A few months back, a friend came to town from Tennessee. His schedule was jammed as was mine, but I was eager to see him. He works in insurance and I inevitably learn a lot when he explains the various
Love this beast from Port Askaig in Islay. Smoke, sea air, mocha…. Enjoy this 86 proof malt neat. (Rating: Very Good)
Oh, yes. We love the standard George Dickel, so this super-duper premium one is a real treat. It is 86 proof, and has a big spearmint note up front then oozes grain, menthol, and a little white pepper. Mmmmmm. (Rating:
Man does not live by bread alone. And a father, well, he needs even more, what with the middle of the night wake-ups, the tantrums, and the exploded filthy diapers. I have four children. Under the age of 10. Just
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
Whoa—this incarnation of Glenkinchie, a fine but too little known whisky, is 55.1% alcohol (110.2 proof). Nevertheless, this Lowland Scotch is easy sipping, offering notes of grain, cream, mint, cocoa powder, and honey. It is lightly peated and quite lovely.