This is a continuation of my ongoing series that I’m calling “Scotch Malts, Wife’s Selection”, in which my wife goes through my backlog of SMWS (Scotch Malt Whisky Society) samples that I haven’t reviewed yet, pours them blind, and then I review it blind.
It’s a weird situation when you look back on the previous year, and the whisky that surprised you the most, of which you split some bottles, enjoyed a high end version, and changed your mind, all is some Speyside that you would have made an Italian opera singer joke about years ago.
I am, of course, talking about Glen Moray, as today we’re reviewing Glen Moray SMWS 35.165 “Variety – the spice of life”.
It’s funny that a whisky with the name Variety comes into play here. Over the last year or two I’ve had many Glen Moray, typically ones from first fill toasted…
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