Eddu Grey Rock & Eddu Silver Brocéliande

Back in 1921, in Plomelin, France, there was a second-hand pot still mean for the odd making of cider brandy, locally known as lambig. Thus a distillery starts, not with a big rumble, but with a tiny burble and the want for some brandy every so often. The family kept up the tradition, with the son taking over from mother, then son taking over from… Continue reading Eddu Grey Rock & Eddu Silver Brocéliande

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte Triple Review – The OBs

Thanks to /u/throzen and /u/scotchable for these drams. This last year I’ve done the unthinkable: I made a 31 part multi review. I ended up learning a lot about my own reviews from writing and drinking that. For one, there is such thing as too much of a good thing. As well, I should split up my multi reviews unless very necessary. Lucky for me, I had already been… Continue reading Bruichladdich Port Charlotte Triple Review – The OBs