Whisky reviews (8736)

  • Talisker 10 Year old - Crack The Skye

    By Malt_Nuisance on 24th Oct 20142014-10-24T03:37:00

    87

    Background: First experience with Talisker 10. Poured into a Glencarin, took a quick sip, then let sit for 10 minutes prior to nosing/tasting. Setting: Just came back from dinner and sitting on my … read more

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  • Jura Prophecy - Bravura Jura

    By Uisgebetha on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T08:21:00

    92

    The label says it’s been profoundly peated whatever that means. Sounds like marketing claptrap to me, but lets see what it’s really like. There is something really different and dare I say it profound… read more

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  • Bunnahabhain 12 Year old - Mixed review

    By Uisgebetha on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T08:18:00

    83

    All this distilleries offerings seem to come in squat bottles with very narrow necks which pore very poorly. I hate bad design so this irks me every time, before I even come to taste the whisky. This … read more

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  • Longrow 14 Year old - Hoped for more

    By Uisgebetha on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T08:17:00

    86

    Described as heavily peated on the bottle, that means something from Islay, but from elsewhere I’m less sure. I’m not detecting much peat in the aroma, the usual pine smoke I associate with Longrow is… read more

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  • Arran 14 year old - Distilled vanilla extract

    By Uisgebetha on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T08:15:00

    89

    Nicely presented and quite stylish packaging if not exactly eye-catching. The dram is a pleasant golden colour in a glen cairn glass. Lots of vanilla (maybe a bit too much) on the nose, accompanied by… read more

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  • Glengoyne 10 year old - An unexpected malt!

    By Robert99 on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T05:00:00

    82

    Glengoyne is known to be the slow unpeated scotch. By that, I mean that Glengoyne never uses peat and the process used to distilled it is said to be slower than any other process used for scotch. Because… read more

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  • Glengoyne 10 year old - An unexpected malt!

    By Robert99 on 23rd Oct 20142014-10-23T05:00:00

    82

    Glengoyne is known to be the slow unpeated scotch. By that, I mean that Glengoyne never uses peat and the process used to distilled it is said to be slower than any other process used for scotch. Because… read more

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  • Ardbeg Uigeadail - I'll be coming back to Islay

    By Alexsweden on 21st Oct 20142014-10-21T20:16:00

    89

    I have never been too big on peated whiskys. This has now changed... The Ardbeg Uigeadail offers quite a trip. Big, exquisit flavors and really alot going on. The color of this particular batch is quite… read more

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  • Midleton Green Spot Irish Whiskey - Green Giant (if an inch short)

    By WhiskyBee on 21st Oct 20142014-10-21T07:29:00

    90

    It was with much fanfare that legendary Irish whiskey Green Spot was made available in the States last spring. Produced by the Midleton Distillery (best known for Jameson), and made for and distributed… read more

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  • Tomatin 15 Year old - Fantastic Neutral Scotch

    By Benancio on 21st Oct 20142014-10-21T03:54:00

    89

    I bought this online at Hi-Time Wine for $45. I include the price for record. I haven’t noticed this in the store before but my salesman gave me a sample of the 12y and 15y, I enjoyed them both. One bit… read more

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