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Ardbeg Alligator - Charred and sweet
Nose: Sea air, charred oak, cayenne pepper, smoked paprika, fried pork cracklings, orange coated in dark chocolate, bitter mint, a little vanilla, cinnamon and icing, burnt marshmallows, and very lovely… read more
Ardbeg 10 Year old - Buttery and savory
Nose: Immediate peat and sea water, medicinal qualities of course, fried applewood bacon, juicy lemon, sage and browned butter. There's also some grapefruit and blackberries that save this from being too… read more
Brora 30 Year Old Bot. 2009 - It keeps going and going....
Nose: Mild peat, vinegar, black pepper, tart orange peel, cut grass, charcoal, brine, a faint whiff of wet hay. Additionally, there are sweeter notes like malted milk balls, vanilla custard, and lemon … read more
Thomas H. Handy 2010 Release - A delegate for American whiskey
Nose: Very juicy maraschino cherries, incredibly sweet oranges, spicy cinnamon, iced tea, butter pecan syrup, clove in the form of Peychaud's bitters, sugary wood, toasted marshmallows, spicy ginger snaps… read more
Lagavulin 16 Year old - A memorable beginning
Nose: Less peat and smoke than the 12, but certainly not subtle, green tea, charcoal and wood chips, pine needles, sawdust, bitter mint, some brown sugar, highly unripe strawberries, bandages. Taste: … read more