Armorik Maître de Chai 2008 & Armorik 13 2002 (cask 3260)

During the Norman invasion of England, there was a cultural sharing that persists to today. And also a lot of war, killing, and generally horrible things. Let’s keep this positive though. Due to the help of various Brittany lords with William the Conquerer’s invasion, they were given large tracts of lands in England. Thus part of whisky culture that ties into aspects of that invasion,… Continue reading Armorik Maître de Chai 2008 & Armorik 13 2002 (cask 3260)

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

Crown Royal Hand Selected Barrel/ Michel Couvreur Intravagan’za Single Malt Whiskey / Sortilege Prestige

The following three reviews seem a little odd to have paired together. They were done as a yearly mystery swap that is done over at Reddit. I received these from /u/devoz . He stated “It was tough finding things you’ve never reviewed, but I found them!” Dear Fucking God I hope he didn’t just piss in some sample bottles. So he sent me three. And… Continue reading Crown Royal Hand Selected Barrel/ Michel Couvreur Intravagan’za Single Malt Whiskey / Sortilege Prestige

Eddu Silver & Gold [Review, Not a Rudolph Song]

Special thanks to /u/wrathfulhaggis for answering my request to try these rare malts. But you may be asking yourself… why would I want to try a rare, not really well known whisky from France (Brittany)? I mean, France (Brittany) isn’t known for whisky, right? And why do I keep saying France (Brittany)? Okay, so first off, this whisky comes from Brittany, France. And you should note… Continue reading Eddu Silver & Gold [Review, Not a Rudolph Song]