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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    • Mellow Corn - A big, soft, shapeless cushion

      By WTC on 19th Feb 20112011-02-19T10:31:00

      77

      this is in our Grains tasting. Due to the abundance of Corn in the US, American whiskey was traditionally made with a high corn content. By definition, corn whiskey must be made of at least 81% corn… read more

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    • Sazerac Rye - Irresistible dark chocolate cherry

      By WTC on 18th Feb 20112011-02-18T20:45:00

      89

      This is in our new Grains tasting and is one of our favorites Dom says "A delight from start to finish. This is a great example of American rye, spicy but not in the slightest bit sharp, acerbic or a… read more

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    • Laphroaig Quarter Cask - long and Laphroaigy

      By WTC on 21st Jan 20112011-01-21T21:45:00

      90

      Dom says "Laphroaig at it's best but without a scary price tag. Nose: Classic Islay. The same acerbic nip which you get from the smouldering remains of last night's fire, the faint tanginess of sea salt… read more

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    • Laphroaig Cask Strength 10 Year old - Both salty and sweet

      By WTC on 21st Jan 20112011-01-21T21:35:00

      95

      This is the 2010 Batch 02, not sure if 2011 will bring a batch 03. Michelles says "Pulls no punches, a real Islay heavy weight. Full-on petrol, peat, oily, sweet, rich, deep and full. Kicks butt in the… read more

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    • Linkwood 12 Year old - A good session whisky

      By WTC on 24th Dec 20102010-12-24T19:25:00

      80

      Its a classic speyside and a good example of the type. Nose: "Floral, apple blossom, pantry spices, fruit sherbet and traces of treacle.", "Light, apples, pears, gentle spices, calvados, hint of citrus,… read more

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