3rd times the charm….
I’m going to be on my best behaviour today, as I’m reviewing a single grain whisky. And if you’ve been following, every single time I review a single grain whisky, I screw something up and /u/UncleTobys finds something I’ve written wrong.
Thus I’m a tad more paranoid than usual. Which is a new state for me, as I’m normally really paranoid. Like, Fox Mulder paranoid, or one too many bongs paranoid.
Anyway, today I’ll be reviewing Port Dundas 20 year old (2011 Release). This is the first ever Diageo Special Release of Grain whisky. The story behind that amazing colour is it’s aged for 3 years in refill Bourbon casks, then split up, with each equal part of the cask aged in American oak Bodega casks, new charred European oak casks, or first fill American oak Bourbon barrels for 17 years. Then blended and…
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