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Green Spot Single Pot Still

An Irishman in a French stable Green Spot Single Pot Still

The St-Julien French wine was one of my favorite before its price became stratospheric. It is famous for the second round of notes of prunes, leather, tobacco and earth. For me, some of them were like…

@Robert99By @Robert997 years ago 0 286

Bunnahabhain Toiteach

An honest Bun without veggies Bunnahabhain Toiteach

I didn't have a lot of Bunnahabhain but I usually have a vegetable note that I don't like, something like boiled cabbage. But not with this one. Toiteach means smoky, so its name is a program in itself…

@Robert99By @Robert998 years ago 0 185

Compass Box The Peat Monster

Too much or not enough Compass Box The Peat Monster

I love peated whiskies. Peat Monster is a blend of malts from Islay, Island and Highland. In Quebec its price is similar to the price of Laphroaig QC, Benriach Curiositas and Benriach Arumaticus. So…

@Robert99By @Robert998 years ago 0 481

Ardbeg Corryvreckan

Travelling from Cambeltown to Islay Ardbeg Corryvreckan

At first the nose is quite surprising with is dichotomous personnality. It is very Ardbeg with its big charred smoke, peat and seasalt; but the big hay, white oak, wet grass by the sea (not seaweed) and…

@Robert99By @Robert998 years ago 0 991

The Lost Distillery Company Gerston

A blast from the past! The Lost Distillery Company Gerston

How does a distillery can make a whisky from the 19th century? Simple, you take the same barley, the same peat and the same kind of still! For the Gerston, it means you take some Concerto barley, some…

@Robert99By @Robert998 years ago 0 488

Four Roses Single Barrel

Barber shop from the '50! Four Roses Single Barrel

I read a lot about Four Roses and I was expecting a profil I really like. Well, thanks to all of you who already reviewed this Bourbon, because you've been right on and I love this gem. This a review of…

@Robert99By @Robert998 years ago 0 292

Aberlour A'bunadh

A'bunadh batches 46 and 49 H2H Aberlour A'bunadh

I will not go through an whole description of A'bunadh as there is a lot of reviews available. I will compare the batches 46 and 49 not by giving there common aspects but by exposing there differences…

@Robert99By @Robert999 years ago 0 388