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[11 Oct 2015 | No Comment | ]
Abbey Whisky Anon 13 yo – review

Im quite the mystery fan myself , and what better than an Anonymous whisky? these ones turn out from time to time from all sort of IB’s and this time from the nice guys over at Abbey Whisky. They usually bottle pretty good drams and however this time around not much info is disclosed they were only stating that this …

Featured, Headline, Master Of Malt, Mystery drams, Single Cask, Speyside »

[12 Mar 2014 | 3 Comments | ]
The New Master of Malt 60 Year Old Speyside

Last week I got an email from Master of malt saying that they are sending over something for me to try, I can only blog about that Friday. something very interesting and unique , so naturally I was looking out for a wee delivery from the whisky fairy. However, you can count on the Israeli mail to fuck up whenever …

Headline, Independent Bottling, Master Of Malt, Mystery drams, Speyside, Tasting Notes »

[13 Dec 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
Tasting Master of Malt Speyside 30 year 4th edition

Only a few weeks ago I tasted the 3rd edition and here comes a brand new edition. This one is totally different than the third, with a much more sherry influence (back to the ‘roots’ as the 2nd edition). Let’s give this a try, shall we?
Master of Malt 30 Year Old Speyside (4th Edition) , 40% ABV , £99
Nose: A …

Headline, Islay, Mystery drams, Quick Dram, scotch, Smokehead, Tasting Notes »

[15 Dec 2010 | 8 Comments | ]
‘Smokin’ – tasting SMOKEHEAD

We’re again dealing with a ‘Mystery Malt’ here. I guess most of you are familiar with that notion, but just a quick explanation for those who are new to the whisky world. A Mystery Dram, is a whisky bottled by an independent bottler without disclosing the true origin of the spirit , that is to say: in which distillery the …

Ardbeg, Caol Ila, Islay, Mystery drams, scotch, Smokehead, Whisky Links »

[26 May 2010 | 17 Comments | ]
Tasting SmokeHead 18 ‘Extra Black’

One of my first Islay malts was the “regular” Smokehead. I remember me sitting in a bar (The excellent Tel-Aviv based ‘Norma Jean’ which boasts one of the best whisky collections available here), asking the bartender for a dram of something peaty and reasonable priced. He suggested the Smokehead, and I never regretted this choice.
For those of you who never …