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Auchentoshan, Braeval, Breas O'Glenlivet, Headline, Tasting Notes »

[27 Oct 2015 | 2 Comments | ]
A couple of indies from Langside Distillers (distiller’s art)

I must be honest, I never heard about this label (distiller’s art) before I got the samples for review (thank you the W club). It seems this is a sub label of Douglas of Drumlanrig, the IB you may have heard about. So, basically I came to review those without any prejudice, hoping for the best. You never know what’s …

Braeval, Breas O'Glenlivet, Headline, Hunter Laing, Old Malt Cask, Tasting Notes »

[15 Jan 2014 | 2 Comments | ]
Braeval 15 yo ‘Old malt cask’

Quite a while ago I received a few Hunter Laing samples for review (if you remember D.Laing had split into 2 companies, and Hunter Laing took the OMC line, while D.Laing kept Big Peat and created the new Old Particular range). I don’t get to taste a lot of Braeval and this was indeed a good opportunity to try more …

Breas O'Glenlivet, Featured, Headline, Master Of Malt, Single Cask, Tasting Notes, Uncategorized »

[12 Feb 2013 | One Comment | ]
Tasting Braes o’ Glenlivet 21 Year Old – Single Cask (MoM)

Braes of Glenlivet or better known as Braeval is the highest distillery in Scotland and we seldom get single casks bottled from there, which is a real reason to be merry. As I have tasted almost No Braevals , i was not sure what to expect, but this one turned out to be a lovely creamy and sweet dram, with …