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[14 Feb 2011 | One Comment | ]
Tasting Duncan Taylor Rare Auld Tamnavulin 21 yo

This is the last Rare Auld i will be reviewing in this series. I saved the best for last, as this was by far the best of the bunch. I am fond of sherry, that is well known, but this wee dram, is a true gem. No less.
I do think it’s the first Tamnavulin i am reviewing officially, and it’s …

Auchroisk, Duncan Taylor, Headline, Rare Auld, Speyside, Tasting Notes »

[9 Feb 2011 | 2 Comments | ]
Tasting Duncan Taylor Rare Auld Auchroisk 1988

Auchroisk (pronounced : “OH-thrusk”) [translated from Gaelic : Ford of the red stream] Lies on the road between Keith and Craigellachie in the whisky region of Speyside. It’s quite a young distillery established only in 1974. Currently owned by whisky giant Diageo, its malt is mostly used in blends, and also available in OB of the “Flora & Fauna” series, …

Cask Strength, Cragganmore, Duncan Taylor, Featured, Headline, Rare Auld, Single Cask, Speyside »

[27 Jan 2011 | 4 Comments | ]
Tasting Duncan Taylor Rare Auld : Cragganmore X 2

As promised, i will be tasting a few Duncan Taylor bottlings from the Rare Auld line. All the Rare Auld expressions are at least 18 years of age, Single Cask, Cask Strength, Non Chill filtered …
I’ve tasted only the basic 12 year old Cragganmore before, on a few occasions, and i really liked it, but I never had the pleasure …