Oban Little Bay: silky smooth and complex. An exceptional single malt from Oban.
Aberlour Casg Annamh: young and oaky.
Octomore 2008 - 10 Years Old: so many flavours coming and going that it's hard to keep up.
The Jura Seven Wood: a good single malt that could have been exceptional.
The Glenglassaugh Revival: a pleasant whisky with a flavour profile that's a little different to most single malts.
The Glenglassaugh Pedro Ximenéz Sherry Wood Finish: a superb single malt! Great value for money.
The Balvenie Triple Cask 25 Years Old: overpriced and uninspiring.
The Glenmorangie Lasanta 12 Years Old: fruity and sweet but kind of bland.
The Glendronach Peated: a very pleasant whisky. The peat is very subtle and imparts this expression with light earthy/vegetative notes.
The Auchentoshan 24 Years Old Noble Oak: Auchentoshan floral notes meet oaky spiciness.
Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie: proof that a great Islay single malt doesn’t have to be peaty.
The Buchanan's Red Seal: fantastic. Blended whisky at its finest.
The Macallan Enigma: a wonderfully intense and complex sherry-bomb single malt that comes with a hefty price tag.
The Glenfiddich 15 Years Old Distillery Edition: classic Glenfiddich with some added intensity and character.
The Macallan Terra: an absolute work of art; the Terra is masterfully balanced with lots of rich and complex notes.