So, here comes the post about the much awaited Laddie 10. The first bottling of a 10 year old distilled after the distillery was “resurrected” so to speak. I was really keen on trying it and got a bottle… read more
Colour is a dusty rose, no doubt the Petrus cask.
Nose is ... uh ... phenolic? Not mediciney, more like the smoke effect of suckling pig (in a confined room). Small undertone of very fresh grain, wheat… read more
Colour is very light yellow, and officially Sleeman Cream Ale coloured.
Nose is hot and prickly and a touch of smoke. Medium to light bodied.
Flavours are predominately charcoal and chalk dust. Very… read more
Colour is pretty light for what is expected to be a very dark Guyanese rum cask.
Nose is very rich and sweet. Reminds of sugar cane honey from Madeira or mead.
Fairly rich, and coating as it is swa… read more
Nose: the scent is warm and soft. There's fructose sweetness (citrus and apples), as well as floral notes and a surprisingly delicate smokey undercurrent.
Palate: Citrus and orchard fruits on the attack,… read more
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