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  • Dewars Dewar's 12 Year Old - The Ancestor, Apparently

    By talexander on 23rd Aug 20162016-08-23T23:43:00


    I'm amazed I've never reviewed any Dewar's here, but then again I've only really had the 18 Year Old (at a bar in NYC) and the Signature (at Whisky Live in Toronto one year). I've never even tried the … read more

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  • Laphroaig 21 Year old ’21 Years of Friendship’ - Elegant and refined

    By Pierre_W on 19th Aug 20162016-08-19T22:01:00


    Laphroaig distillery (the name means "the beautiful hollow by the broad bay") was established in 1815, by Alex and Donald Johnston. It was sold to Long John International in the 1960ies and subsequently… read more

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  • Col. E. H. Taylor Sour Mash BIB - Weird and Wonderful Random Organisms

    By Victor on 18th Aug 20162016-08-18T22:38:00


    Colonel E. H. Taylor Sour Mash was released in 2011 and was the very first release in the modern series of Col. E. H. Taylor named whiskeys Nearly 100% of US whiskey is made using a "sour mash" process… read more

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  • Hazelburn 10 yo Rundlets and Kilderkins - Oak

    By Robert99 on 18th Aug 20162016-08-18T01:11:00


    I just opened that bottle yesterday but I feel to give you my first impression of this young Hazelburn. This is distilled using only air-dried malt so I guess this Hazelburn will really be the unpeated… read more

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  • Springbank Green 13 yo - Cleaning the lawnmower

    By Robert99 on 17th Aug 20162016-08-17T04:36:00


    My first experience of Springbank was a few years ago when I bought at the same time the 10, the Longrow CV and the Hazelburn. The three had an herbal note that change from to the other passing from being… read more

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  • Aberlour A'bunadh - Lush and Luscious Batch # 54

    By Victor on 16th Aug 20162016-08-16T20:35:00


    I thank @mscottydunc for the reviewed sample Nose: acrid sharp sherry with almost exclusively medium and high pitches; this one starts on the dry and austere side but acquires a good sweet balance with… read more

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  • Aberlour A'bunadh - Batch # 53

    By Victor on 15th Aug 20162016-08-15T19:34:00


    I give my thanks to @mscottydunc for the reviewed sample Nose: big intense sharp-edged sherry with many high pitches, many medium pitches, and a few bass notes. There is lemon citrus mixed in with the… read more

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  • Heaven Hill Straight Bourbon - The Last Shall Be Last

    By Victor on 14th Aug 20162016-08-14T16:58:00


    The reviewed bottle is Heaven Hill Straight Bourbon, NAS, so it is assumed to be 4 years old Every large distillery has to find a home for its inferior barrels. I decided to go back and see what low-end… read more

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  • Laphroaig Cairdeas - Reborn from Ashes

    By Robert99 on 14th Aug 20162016-08-14T06:32:00


    To my own surprise, this is my first review of a Laphraig scotch. I have not a lot of experience with Laphroaig except for the common expressions like the 10 yo, the 10 yo CS and the QC that we have r… read more

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  • Bruichladdich Organic Scottish Barley - All Greens

    By NAV26 on 13th Aug 20162016-08-13T14:40:00


    It has been a few years since I have had the motivation and the inspiration to write a review for connosr. In the past, my limited reviews were mostly on expressions that had prior reviews and existing… read more

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