WTC

WTC

We offer whisky tastings delivered to your door, explore the world of whisky without the cost and risk of buying whole bottles.

Our website has information on our tastings, blogs (including a blog by whisky writer Dominic Roskrow, who also tweets, see below), and a discussion forum. Buy a one off tasting or get regular tastings (with no commitment) and get free postage and extra bonus samples.

Location: Norwich

Website: http://www.thewhiskytastingclub.co.uk

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Wills

Wills wrote:

Welcome back! Where have you been mate?

04 July 2013 21:22

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    My whisky reviews (57)

    • Ardbeg Corryvreckan - Brilliantly balanced but hard-edged

      By WTC on 12th Apr 20112011-04-12T18:24:00

      93

      The Corryvreckan is in our Islay tasting pack. Tony says: "I am a big fan of Ardbeg, especially the releases of whisky made under the new ownership. In my opinion this is a bit like the uigeadail, in… read more

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    • Kilchoman Winter 2010 Release - Assertive Peat

      By WTC on 11th Apr 20112011-04-11T21:46:00

      84

      The winter release is in our new Islay tasting, and we were all impressed by it. I tasted it head to head against the spring 2010 and thought the winter 2010 much better. Will report back from the fes… read more

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    • Redbreast 12 Year old - sweet and sour apples

      By WTC on 19th Feb 20112011-02-19T11:24:00

      83

      Redbreast is a pure potstill whisky, meaning it is made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley and is distilled in a potstill. It is in our new grains tasting. Dominic says "After three gentle runs… read more

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    • Greenore 8 Year old - Intriguing and enjoyable

      By WTC on 19th Feb 20112011-02-19T11:20:00

      78

      This is in our new grains tasting. Greenore is a small town in Ireland, and the Greenore range of Irish whiskies is made in the nearby Cooley distillery. It is an Irish single grain, and Greenore is made… read more

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    • Bernheim Original - the flip side of bourbon?

      By WTC on 19th Feb 20112011-02-19T11:15:00

      78

      This is in our grains tasting. Wheat whiskey is made in the same way as bourbon, but the wheat content must account for at least 51% of the grist. Wheat is not a particularly common ingredient in bourbon,… read more

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