Bimber 3yo 2016-2020 (58.5%, OB for LMDW)
Bowmore Springtide “2016 edition” (54.9%, OB)
Smögen 6yo 2020 “100 Proof – Batch 1” (57.1%, OB)
Let’s try those three young sherry whiskies today, yes it’s very young but we still could find some hidden gems in there, aren’t we?
The Whisky Jury Long Pond 2005-2021 (62.1%)
The Whisky Jury Monymusk 1995-2021 (61.3%)
That’s the second wave of rum from the Belgian bottler The Whisky Jury, another time under the Jamaican flag.
Speyside 30yo 1988-2019 (53.7%, Le Gus’t)
Speyside 32yo 1988-2021 (55.3%, Le Gus’t)
A well informed bird told me it is some Macallan’s malt in these bottles (teaspooned), let’s try those old sherried dram. Let’s be honest a minute, that clearly the oldest Macallan’s I ever tasted and I’ll probable ever taste!
Glen Ord 10yo 2010-2015 (48%, Thompson Brothers)
Clynelish 8yo 2010-2019 (57.5%, SMWS)
I wanted to taste something fruity today, so I decided to grab some young first fill bourbon dram and see what happens!
Old Brothers Hampden 2001-2021 (61.6%)
The oldest tropical aged Hampden released yet with 18 years in Jamaica, sounds crazy right? I love those white bottles!
Glenburgie 27yo 1992-2019 (48.9%, Cadenhead)
Aurian 1979-2020 (49.6%, OB for Wu Dram Clan)
Aurian 1966-2020 (53%, OB for Wu Dram Clan)
Borderies N°78/85 (60.6%, Jean Grosperrin)
Dartigalongue 1993 “Folle Blanche” (46.3%, OB)
Vallein Tercinier 53yo 1967-2020 (47%, OB for Wu Dram Clan)
For this second part of our Other spirits Live tasting session in duo with my brother we tasted 252 years of history and it was crazy!
Bruichladdich 26yo 1991-2018 (55.2%, Blackadder)
Bruichladdich 29yo 1990-2020 (48.1%, Dramfool)
Today I’m gonna try two old Bruichladdich which come from the ’90s, so before they closed in 1994. I heard words about these old Bruichladdich so it’s time to taste some by myself!
Velier Japoniani Karukera 2009-2020 (58.2%)
Velier Japoniani Nine Leaves 2016-2020 (66.6%)
Velier Japoniani Savana HERR 2006-2020 (63.2%)
Velier released a quite surprising trio last year. I have to confess that they marked me especially by those crazy labels.
Jean-Luc Pasquet 1967-2020 “#8 Le voyageur: Lot 67” (40.6%, Malternative Belgium)
Today I’m tasting the last cognac release of “Malternative Belgium” a Belgian Independent Bottler. Well you could have guessed for the Belgian part. Let’s try it with my “Whisky-lover” point of view!
Chantal Comte Tour de l’Or 2006-2017 (57.7%)
Chantal Comte Tour de l’Or 2005-2017 (51.5%)
Chantal Comte Tour de l’Or 2001-2017 (64.8%)
Today it’s the first review about Chantal Comte bottlings on the blog/