Tormore 32yo 1988-2021 (45.9%, Daily Dram)
Balblair 31yo 1989-2021 (48.2%, Daily Dram)
Today we gonna end the Daily Dram 15th Anniversary bottlings set with those two old drams and I hope that we will find some really good stuff!
Longmorn 22yo 1998-2021 (55.7%, Daily Dram)
Glen Moray 29yo 1991-2021 (52.3%, Daily Dram)
Here we have two old drams from the Daily Dram 15th Anniversary bottlings to try today. Given how good started the reviews about this set I am quite thrilled to try those!
Auchroisk 11yo 2009 (46%, Signatory Vintage)
Royal Brackla 11yo 2009 (46%, Signatory Vintage)
Inchgower 12yo 2007 (61.2%, Signatory Vintage)
Bunnahabhain 12yo 2008 (46%, Signatory Vintage)
Ledaig 9yo 2011 (46%, Signatory Vintage)
Caol Ila 9yo 2010 (59.3%, Signatory Vintage)
Here is the new range of “Le Comptoir Irlandais” bottlings and to be honest I never tried any of their bottlings so let’s try all the new ones together!
Ardmore 32yo 1988-2021 (47.2%, Daily Dram)
Here is the oldest Ardmore ever bottled and I have to say that I’am thrilled to try it! The selection for this 15th anniversary is kind of amazing isn’t it?
Secret Islay 14yo 2007-2021 (52.7%, Daily Dram)
Arran 21yo 2000-2021 (52.2%, Daily Dram)
Today we are starting our serie about the 15th Anniversary of The Nectar, a famous Belgian independent bottler and this selection seems to be very good, at least on paper, let’s try it directly in the glass now!
Château de Gaube 1962-2020 (48.6%, Wu Dram Clan)
What a chance to taste another of those old armagnacs selected by the Wu Dram Clan! The last time it happens I was not disappointed to say the least, so I have high expectation for this one too!
Jean-Luc Pasquet L.88 (54.1%, OB)
Brandy 27 yo 1993-2020 (52.3%, Thompson Brothers)
Today I’m going to try those two 30yo-ish french spirits, one has been bottled in France and the other one in Scotland!
Eye Land Pork 21 1998-2019 (48.3%, The Whisky Jury)
Ben Nevis 23yo 1995-2019 (51.2%, The Whisky Jury)
Today I have the chance to taste the very first bottling of the Belgian independent bottler “The Whisky Jury”, a 1995 Ben Nevis and to get one step higher we gonna also try one of the most recent of their release, an Eye Land Pork! (Nice one by the way!)
Caol Ila 3yo 2018-2021 (52.1%, The Whisky Jury)
Williamson 2010-2020 (52.2%, The Whisky Jury)
Today I’m going to try two recent young peated release by The Whisky Jury and by young I mean that one of them is just 1 day old! (Well 3yo + 1day to be accurate)
Prunier 59yo 1961-2021 (53%, The Whisky Jury)
Prunier 60yo 1960-2021 (55%,The Whisky Jury)
We gonna try another part of history today with those two oldies from the Maison Prunier! Let’s see what happened as a result of nearly 60 years of maturation.