Whisky reviews (7836)

  • Old Pulteney Navigator - Odd Old Pulteney Out

    By Victor on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T23:51:00

    84

    Old Pulteney Navigator is a recently released No Age Statement malt which combines whisky matured in both bourbon and sherry oak. The reviewed bottle was opened 18 days ago, sampled then and sampled from… read more

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  • Brora 1981 / 18 Year Old / Sherry Cask - Lots to say abt a little gem.. :)

    By TrailingTheMalt on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T23:29:00

    96

    A distillery that has been shut for over 30 years now.. and yet has people willing to pay crazy sums of money to get their hands on just about any bottle that is floating around in the market... defin… read more

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  • Brora 1981 Signatory - 18 Years Old - Almost Schizphrenic

    By tabarakRazvi on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T21:57:00

    92

    This is the first ever Brora I have ever tasted, although, I have a couple of original bottles stashed in my bar for a momentous occasion. I have always been fascinated with this distillery given it's … read more

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  • Isle of Jura Superstition - Honest malt, high fun factor

    By Magnus on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T16:30:00

    82

    An interesting bottle of malt, that comes at a cheap. No age statement, which is a shame, but represents a common practice of more than just one distillery these days. A very smart dedication words are… read more

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  • Blantons Straight From The Cask - Thick and Full Flavoured

    By ElCocos on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T14:02:00

    92

    Nose: Maple syrup, caramel, cherry cola, sweet nose.. Mint, eaculyputs candy, cayenne, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves of course, took some time before I got the vanilla, lays beneath the thick sweet notes… read more

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  • An Cnoc 12 Year old - Mild, balanced bourbon highlander

    By ElCocos on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T13:57:00

    82

    Nose: Champagne, apple cider, demerara sugar, mild smell of earthy smoke and sooty brickstone, butterscotch and sweet lemon rounds it off.. Pleasant nose Palate: Smoky and and some pointy slightly vi… read more

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  • Maker's Mark - A classic

    By Nock on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T04:54:00

    84

    This has been a classic staple in my cabinet. After I married my wife I discovered that this was also a staple of her cabinet . . . but only for cooking! I am on a mission to find an alternative bourbon… read more

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  • Centennial - Malt Whiskey Flavored with Hops

    By Onibubba on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T03:56:00

    88

    Several months ago, I visited my old college stomping grounds of Bowling Green Kentucky. I came back to take a tour of something that did not exist there (legally anyway)when I attended school - a di… read more

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  • Evan Williams Green Label - Sour apples

    By Nock on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T03:25:00

    72

    My wife likes to cook pork with bourbon (lovely lady). So she likes keeping bourbon around for this occasion (which I totally support). Before we were married her go to bourbon was Maker’s Mark. Saints… read more

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  • Evan Williams Black Label - Average bourbon

    By Nock on 17th Apr 20142014-04-17T03:22:00

    76

    My wife likes to cook pork with bourbon (lovely lady). So she likes keeping bourbon around for this occasion (which I totally support). Before we were married her go-to bourbon was Maker’s Mark. Saints… read more

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