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  • Kilchoman 2008 Bourbon Cask Strength - Young guns

    By tjb on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T23:03:00


    Kilchoman is the new kid on the block for Islay distilleries. The first to be built for 124 years and starteded production in 2005. They use barley grown on site at Rockside Farm and malted at the d… read more

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    By viviany965 on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T09:28:00


    I HAVE A WHITE HORSE whiskey bottle cellar EQ SERIES NO 879 084 and do not know what year IS. HOW CAN I GET ?

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  • Tamnavulin 40 Year Old 1968 Carn Mor - Cake

    By markjedi1 on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T06:54:00


    I tried this Tamnavulin at the end of last year in Ghent and found it quite excellent. So I am very happy to have been able to score a sample to retry it in the quiet of my tasting room. After 40 long … read more

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  • Tamnavulin 21 Year Old 1989 A.D. Rattray - Blank Wood

    By markjedi1 on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T06:53:00


    Tomnavoulin is a village in Speyside of which the name is Gaelic for ‘mill on the hill’. That is also where Tamnavulin Distillery got her name from. It is a very young distillery in fact, founded only in… read more

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  • Canadian Club - Canadian Club Premium

    By JasonHambrey on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T05:59:00


    This is the Canadian version of the standard bottling - I believe the US "Canadian Club" is a bit different. Intriguing whisky - a bit earthy, dank, spicy, and floral on both the nose and the palate, with… read more

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  • Jack Daniel's Single Barrel - JDSB X 2 - Part II

    By talexander on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T03:31:00


    Our next contestant comes from Rick No. L-5, Barrel No. 14-1241 and was bottled on March 18 2014. The colour is a rich coppery gold - pretty much identical to the last Single Barrel. On the nose, the … read more

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  • Jack Daniel's Single Barrel - JDSB X 2 - Part I

    By talexander on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T03:08:00


    Since I'm in a compare-and-contrast mood, let's try two different single barrels of Jack Daniel's. Our first opponent comes from Rick No. R-18 and Barrel No. 13-6633, and was bottled on November 19 2013… read more

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  • Macallan 1824 Series - Amber - Not-So-New Vs. New - Part II

    By talexander on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T00:28:00


    This one is the second youngest in the 1824 Series. I didn't like the Gold much (scored it a 75 about a year ago) so let's see how this one stands up. The colour is, um, amber. On the nose, it is quite… read more

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  • Macallan 12 Year old Sherry Oak - Not-So-New Vs. New - Part I

    By talexander on 27th Jul 20142014-07-27T00:02:00


    I've been dying to do a side-by-side of the 12 Year Old and the Amber. And hey - now's as good a time as any! My understanding is that the age statement Sherry Oak whiskies are being phased out (ever… read more

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  • Clynelish 1997/2013 15 Year old Signatory - Milky saltiness

    By Pierre_W on 26th Jul 20142014-07-26T07:17:00


    Clynelish distillery is situated near Brora on the north-eastern coast of Scotland. It was built in 1968, next to the original Clynelish distillery which was closed. The original distillery was reopened… read more

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