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[27 Aug 2012 | 5 Comments | ]
Tasting 3 new Wemyss malts single casks (latest batch)

A couple of month ago Wemyss released 5 new single casks to their Single cask collection, and continuing their recent trend, they do disclose which distillery is behind the lovely name and descriptions. I really like how they name their expressions, with descriptive names, although not as fancy and posh, and some might say over posh names given to some …

Campletown, Cask Strength, Featured, Glen Scotia, Headline, Single Cask, SMWS, Tasting Notes »

[8 Jul 2012 | One Comment | ]
SMWS 93.50–Glen Scotia 20yo–“Hot embers at the gate of hell”

Another SMWS bottling this time from the Region of Campbletown which once was one of the biggest whisky regions and is now reduced to only 3 operating distilleries (Springbank, Kilkerran and G.Scotia). I’ve tasted a few GS’s in recent months (Indie bottling by Kintra of NL and another 19 year old I’ve yet to review, and will do soon). I …

Campletown, Cask Strength, Featured, Glen Scotia, Headline, Kintra, Peated, scotch, Sherry, Single Cask, Tasting Notes »

[24 May 2011 | 6 Comments | ]
Tasting Kintra Glen Scotia 18 Single Cask

Glen Scotia is the lesser known distillery in Campbeltown, and is often shadowed by the more popular and well known Artisan distillery of Springbank.  It’s also fairly small with an output of about 150,000 litres per year, having only 3 employees making whisky… For me this was my first Glen Scotia ever , and it’s not really surprising sine they …