The Benromach Sassicaia Wood Finish 2009 (bottled 2017); the long finish in Sassicaia wine casks gives this expression a very unique and interesting flavour profile.
The Glen Garioch 1797 Founder's Reserve; a fantastic single malt at a very affordable price. It has enough complexity to keep it interesting and a rich and robust taste. Highly recommended.
The Knob Creek Small Batch; arguably the best Kentucky Straight Bourbon in its price range. A wonderful whiskey!
The Glendronach 12 Years Old; a superb and very affordable sherry-bomb single malt. Highly recommended.
The Dalmore Valour; a very pleasant single malt matured in bourbon, sherry and port casks. A nice balance of bitter, fruity and sweet notes.
The Glenfiddich Rare Oak 25 Years Old; a very expensive, yet epic, Speyside singe malt. This expression is a wonderful and beautifully balanced mixture of bourbon and sherry notes. Highly recommended.
The Dalmore Dominium; rich, complex and dangerously moreish. Lovers of sweet sherry bombs will adore this expression.
The Redbreast 12 Years Old Cask Strength; a beast of a whiskey! Stunningly complex, bold, powerful and rich.
The Glenrothes Vintage Reserve; a decent entry-level single malt that's light, fruity, sweet and very easy-to-drink.
The Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or; a beautiful and sweet single malt matured in ex-bourbon and ex-Sauternes casks. Smooth, elegant and affordable.
The Ardmore Triple Wood; a fantastic bang-for-your-buck single malt. It's lightness and fruitiness make it an ideal summertime dram.
The Balvenie 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask; a beautiful single malt with lots of bitter, sherry and nutty notes.
The Benriach Peated Quarter Casks; a surprisingly big and impactful single malt for such a young expression. There's a very nice tog of war going on between the fruit, oak and smoke notes.
The Glenfiddich Project XX; a great Speyside single malt from Glenfiddich, its flavour's are rich, it's complex, and it's affordable.
The Teacher's Highland Cream Blended Scotch, a respectable and affordable blended Scotch with just enough complexity to raise it above the other expressions in its price range.
The Laphroaig 15 Years Old; a wonderfully balanced Laphroaig expression. The smokiness is not too intense which allows the fruity and sweet notes to shine through.
The Auchentoshan 21 Years Old; a very good single malt from Auchentoshan. It's quite light, delicate and very easy to drink ... Good stuff.
The Benriach 12 Years Old Sherry Wood; a wonderful and affordable sherry bomb from Benriach; its rich, creamy, fruity and very complex. Wonderful stuff.
The Cardhu 18 Years Old; a complex, yet disappointingly average, single malt that could have been so much better with a higher ABV.
The Bowmore Mizunara Cask Finish; a cracking single malt from Bowmore! It's incredibly complex, and the balance between the smokiness and the intense eruption of fruits is fantastic.
The Glencadam 10 Years Old; a wonderfully delicate and balanced whisky. Its freshness and lightness make it a great spring/summer single malt. Highly recommended.
The Laphroaig QA Cask; an interesting expression from Laphroaig. Smokiness dominates but behind it you get sweetness and some wonderful bourbon notes.
The Balcones True Blue Cask Strength; complex, rich, intense, big and incredible. One of our favorites. Just go buy it.
The Singleton of Dufftown 12 Years Old; one of the very good and affordable Speyside whiskies. It's intense and rich, but, if you don't like bitter tastes, you should probably skip this one.
Maker's 46 Bourbon; a fantastic and affordable Bourbon filled with complex flavors and aromas. It's really balanced well and manages to be intensely spicy without becoming bitter at all which makes it great for cocktails. Highly recommended.
Bruichladdich The Organic; a wonderful but hard-to-find single malt. It's a young expression but very fresh , aromatic and complex.
The Glenfiddich Age of Discovery Red Wine Cask Finish; a good single malt that could have been so much better if Glenfiddich had bottled it at a higher ABV.
The Glen Grant Major's Reserve; a wonderfully light and fruity entry-level single malt from Glen Grant.
The Laphroaig Four Oak; a young, smoky, spicy and fruity expression from Laphroaig. Unfortunately it is bottled at 40% ABV and so lacks intensity. Not bad, but also not great.
The Woodford Reserve Classic Malt; a rather good and unique American single malt whisky, but it lacks the complexity and richness to justify its high price.