Glenglassaugh Revival, from the Glenglassaugh Distillery, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
Bunnahabhain 12 year old, from Bunnahabhain distillery, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“The finish is long and warming, or it would be if you can stop yourself finishing your glass too quickly and seeking another one.”
Deanston 12 year old, from the Deanston distillery, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“Then there’s the finish. Ha ha, what finish?”
In a daring move, Steve Crotty reviews commercial whisky additive E150, also known as spirit caramel, popularly used to give many whiskies that healthy golden-brown glow.
Millstone Single Malt Whisky, from Zuidamn Distillery in the Netherlands, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“there is a dry chilli spice to this whisky which almost merits a mention on the Scoville scale”
Glenmorange Original, from Glenmorangie Distillery, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“The two in tandem made me think of warm tangy apple pie smothered in custard. If that’s not your thing then shame on you. What’s not to like about apples and custard?”
Black Bush Irish Whiskey, from Bushmills, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“This puts most blends, and a lot of single malts, to shame.”
Tullamore Dew is revewed by Steve Crotty.
“Smooth as a simile that isn’t silk (let’s say . . . . . .pillows stuffed with melted cheese)…”
Isle of Jura Superstition is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
Steve Crotty reviews the fourth and final expression in the Isle of Jura range: Superstition.
Isle of Jura 10 year old is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“Clean your elbow when the toothpaste nears the second chicane. Falling tapestry.”
Yamazaki 12 year old whisky is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“This has grown up so fast from that it’s barely recognisable when placed next to its 10 year old counterpart.”
Whiskey: A Global History, by Kevin R. Kosar, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
This is supposed to be a book, and what Mr Kosar has done is given us a PowerPoint presentation.
Glenfiddich 15 year old single malt whisky is reiewed by Steve Crotty.
“…if it was any fruitier you’d be getting one of your five a day (although feel free to drink five and disregard fruit entirely).”
Auchentoshan Three Wood whisky, from Auchentoshan Distillery, is reviewed by Steve Crotty.
“The first, second third fourth and fifth thing that strikes you when you inhale from the glass is oak. Oak a-plenty. Oak to the power of oak, divided by the square root of oak, put into a quadratic equation where every answer is oak.”