This rare malt was distilled in 1989, slept in American oak casks, and bottled in 2010. Not much of it is left, certainly. Only 5,856 bottles were taken to market. This Speyside whisky is 112 proof (56% ABV). The Scotch Noob
Online, this whisky is selling for $200-$250 a bottle. At 80 proof, that’s a pretty penny, but presumably the King Alexander III is much coveted because it is so unusual. This Scotch has been aged in “bourbon casks, Matusalem oloroso sherry
First we encountered the wretched Marhsal blended Scotch whisky, and now this abomination. God’s mercy on the person who drinks this. We found it for $15 for a liter in East Hampton (Long Isand, New York)—a strange place considering folks
What a dud. Is this scotch? Really, is it? It comes in a Johnnie Walker like bottle and its a faint copper color. Sure, it does have a barley cereal note to it. But that’s about it. Seems to us
Some time back we raved over Bell’s Scotch whisky. We were thrilled that it was so tasty and so unbelievably inexpensive. We were bummed because we couldn’t find it in the U.S. (except in duty-free). Once again, we struck gold.
Our retailer has lost his marbles! He’s selling Johnnie Walker Black Label Blended Scotch Whisky for only $24! Hurry and order as many bottles as you can ASAP. Johnnie makes a great gift for the holidays! Click here for details