Review: Glenfiddich Experimental Series Fire & Cane

Review: Glenfiddich Experimental Series Fire & Cane 43% ABV No age statement Peated malt Finished in Latin rum casks First and foremost, we would like to thank Glenfiddich and their Canadian ambassador Beth Havers for letting a couple Toronto Whisky Society members try the new Glenfiddich Fire & Cane release. Below are the combined notes and scores of the three TWS members who had a … Continue reading Review: Glenfiddich Experimental Series Fire & Cane

The Speyside Distillery 20 1996 Lady of the Glen

Thanks to a friend of mine for sharing this dram! I’ll be honest: My experience with “The Speyside” distillery is limited. Of the two previous ones I’ve had, neither really made me stand up at attention and demand more. Thus when offered The Speyside Distillery 20 1996 Lady of the Glen as part of a tasting, I wasn’t exactly jumping for joy, or dancing, as it seems… Continue reading The Speyside Distillery 20 1996 Lady of the Glen

Edradour 14 Oloroso Finish & Edradour 16 Bordeaux Finish {Specs Liquor Store Pick}

Now to conclude my current ongoing need to finish off whiskies that all come from the same distillery, it’s time for the smallest (in size, not in ferocity) distillery in Scotland, Edradour. So remember: As one Edradour closes, another one opens. Don’t worry, I’ll be doing it again. Thanks to /u/ScotchChick for these samples. Specs Liquor has 100 locations across Texas, reminding me again how big Texas… Continue reading Edradour 14 Oloroso Finish & Edradour 16 Bordeaux Finish {Specs Liquor Store Pick}

Edradour Caledonia 12

Now to continue my ongoing need to finish off whiskies that all come from the same distillery, it’s time for the smallest (in size, not in ferocity) distillery in Scotland, Edradour. So remember: As one Edradour closes, another one opens. So you’re trying Edradour Caledonia 12. Why? Because you like Edradour and the second youngest regular release is that one, right? Right. Then you find out… Continue reading Edradour Caledonia 12

Three Edradour SFTC Offerings

Now to continue my ongoing need to finish off whiskies that all come from the same distillery, it’s time for the smallest (in size, not in ferocity) distillery in Scotland, Edradour. So remember: As one Edradour closes, another one opens. I’ve mentioned before that my generation (Millenial) haven’t taken to the difference between initialisms and acronyms well. I’m not the first to bring this up,… Continue reading Three Edradour SFTC Offerings

Ledaig in 4 Parts [1,500th REVIEW]

Thanks to /u/xile_ and /u/devoz for giving me these samples. Somehow, without falling over and turning into a puddle of alcohol, I’ve hit 1,500 whisky reviews. It’s an odd moment. I started out with the mentality that people only read my reviews because they were funny, I mentioned pop culture moments, and I made dick jokes. Especially the dick jokes. If I learned anything from Shakespeare, it’s that the… Continue reading Ledaig in 4 Parts [1,500th REVIEW]