9.2Reader’s Review

Glenlivet Captain’s Reserve

Glenlivet Captain's Reserve. A shiny new cask finish. I love a cask finish as much as the next drinker. Especially Bourbon, sherry, Rum and although not used often the red wine cask can be used to devastatin...
9.8Reader’s Review

North Star Highland Star

Chef Angus...what else to say 😂 And of course, a beautiful picture from his pal Gal Shon ! Highland Star bottled by Iain and the dear chums at North Star Whisky.Now the actual distillery it comes from is ke...
8.7Reader’s Review

Mortlach Rare Old

Mortlach Rare OldNAS43.4%Aged in a mix of American and European oak (probably meaning ex Bourbon and ex Sherry) . Mortlach was built in 1823 in Dufftown, one of Scotland's most famous whisky town, by Joh...
7.7Reader’s Review

Bunnahabhain 12 years old

Chef Angus is back at it again, with the help of Gal Shon behind the camera !Bunnahabhain 12yo.After my first taste of Laphroaig and its really gentle and subtle flavours, I was some what put off trying anythi...
9.4Reader’s Review

Glen Moray Sherry Cask Finish

Second review from James Angus ! He is a chef in Warwickshire, and he is using an unapologetically chef language ! Glen Moray. Sherry cask. NAS. We have recently seen the Cask strength Massi...
8.7Reader’s Review

Scapa Glansa

Scapa Glansa40%NASAged in 1st fill American whiskey barrel (Jack Daniel's) with a finish in peated Scotch casks . Scapa, situated just south of Kirkwall on Orkney, was founded in 1855. It switched owners...
9.6Reader’s Review

An evening with Lain Allan – Glen Moray

Lain Allan grew up in Elgin in the heart of Speyside. He always had a passion and love for whisky, living near so many distilleries. He went to university, studied law and management, but didn’t really know wh...