Review No.31 – Ardnamurchan AD 09.20:01

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The important issue first: Ard-na-murkan. That's according to the youtube videos I dilligently watched, but it's also written on the sustainable cardboard packaging that this whisky came in. This commitment to sustainability, from production to packaging, is at the forefront of Ardnamurchan's ethos. So, Scotland's first green distillery. What does that actually entail? This may … Continue reading Review No.31 – Ardnamurchan AD 09.20:01

Review No.29 – The Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength

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I have developed a bit of a soft spot for Arran over the past few months - they produce consistently good drams, aren't averse to trying a wide array of cask maturations and finishes, and are one of the few distilleries in the past year to receive (mainly) positive feedback from the demanding whisky community … Continue reading Review No.29 – The Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength

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Review No. 25 – Fettercairn Fior

I have a friend. Well, I actually have more than one, but this is specifically about a friend called Joseph. Joseph adores Fettercairn; absolutely loves their whisky, the distillery, and their location. I agree on location because, being from the North East of Scotland, I too trumpet about the scenery, the rowies (oh god, the … Continue reading Review No. 25 – Fettercairn Fior

Review No.20 – Ardbeg Blaaack Committee Release

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I’m back after another lazy-bastard-hiatus with a huge backlog of whiskies to review from the past 9 months. By my remedial calculations, I should manage to catch up and complete these reviews around 2026, that’s if the world hasn’t ended by then. So, here I am, with thankfully little to whine about compared to many … Continue reading Review No.20 – Ardbeg Blaaack Committee Release