The Balvenie 12 DoubleWood – A stalwart of speyside, but is it worth its ever increasing price?Read More Whisky Musings – Balvenie 12 DoubleWood Review
Here we go again with another expensive but (possibly) delicious whiskey: HP21!Read More Whiskies I’ll Never Own #3 – Highland Park 21
Deanston 10 PX Finish – 57.5% ABV – $79.95 (LCBO) Ok, I’ll up be up front with this one… It’s probably not going to be to everyone’s taste, but it’s definitely in the wheelhouse of my palate. It’s a BIG sherry influence, and if you don’t like that or you don’t like sweeter whiskies, this […]Read More Whisky Musings – Deanston 10 PX finish review
Glenfarclas 12 (Speyside) – 43% ABV – $74.95 (LCBO) Nose: Full and fruity, and fresh in a way that reminds me of a glade or orchard after a rainfall. Red currants, raisins, slight strawberry, are joined by notes of grapes and pears. That freshness comes through as something vegetal, like damp grass or wild […]Read More Whisky Musings – Glenfarclas 12 Review
Here we are, part FOUR of my three-part Glengoyne vertical distillery review! Sigh. What is it they say about the best laid plans of mice and men? I didn’t think I would be able to get my hands on this bottle, so I moved ahead with my Glengoyne reviews, and no sooner did I finish […]Read More Whisky Musings – Glengoyne 15 Review
Quick confession here… I’m a big fan of Glengoyne.
To that end, I wanted to do three consecutive reviews of Glengoyne whiskies.
This is the first: their entry level 10 year old.Read More Glengoyne 10 Year Old Review
This installment takes us to the Speyside region, and the relatively under-appreciated distillery of Aultmore. Enjoy! Colour: Pale Straw Nose: Like a Hawaiian vacation in a glass… Heavy tropical fruits. Citrus, pineapple and banana immediately. Light vanilla and oakiness follow underneath. Palate: Sweet, but not dessert-malt level. The tropical fruit is still predominant, but […]Read More Whisky Musings #4 – Aultmore 12
The third Green Malt whisky review takes us to the west coast of Scotland with the highland malt Oban 14. Enjoy!Read More Whisky Musings #3 – Oban 14 Year Old
I posted a written version of the Oban review over at reddit.com/r/scotch, and I thought I would post it up here as well, cuz… why not? Oban is a town and distillery I had the opportunity to visit, and I found that the town and the spirit had a remarkably similar quality. Like the malt, […]Read More Oban 14 Year Old: Redux…
The second whiskey review on thegreenmalt.com takes us into single malt Speyside territory: Aberlour 12. Enjoy!Read More Whisky Musings #2 – Aberlour 12