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[19 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
More Men o’Quaich–Glen Grant 1974 36 yo

After a lovely Mortlach, a great Caperdonich comes the best of the three (so i think) – this Glen Grant. Again, a distillery that is not well known to me, and a chance to taste a dram that is older than me by one year (as times goes by, it’s getting harder and harder, and ever more expensive to experience …

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[18 Jun 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
Men o’Quiach Collection Take II  : Mortlach 1993 , 18yo

Ok, Men o’Quaich take II. this time we’re off to the lovely Mortlach distillery located in the town of Dufftown. I’ve had quite a few of those (Mortlachs)  And i am a fan. so, high expectations!
Another expression from this lovely collection, and this time a Mortlach. this was poured into a fresh sherry Octave cask, and spent another 8 months …

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[18 Jun 2012 | 2 Comments | ]
Tasting ‘Men o’Quiach’ – 1972 Caperdonich 38yo

Men o’Quaich is an IB label created by a group of Russian single malt whisky aficionados (Timothy, Paul, Vladislav, Alexis and Mikhail). It consists of old and older casks which are then transferred into an octave sherry cask of small dimensions (and volume) for a few months to ‘finish’ the liquid than bottled at cask strength with the help of …