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Wemyss Autumn Berries Single Cask Scotch Review (1986)

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- Wemyss Malts made a subtle change in how they demarcated their single malt, single cask line of limited edition scotches with their 2012 release. Rather than use a straight aging statement, as in their previous single cask line, the new releases bore an aging statement based on the distillation date. Thus the Autumn Berries is ...

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Wemyss Winter Larder 20 Year Old Single Cask Scotch Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: A- Although high-end vatted malts are the bread and butter at Wemyss, that isn’t the only thing those Scottish negociants get up to. Earlier this year, Wemyss released their first premium blended scotch, Lord Elcho, but the company also has a commitment to single malt whiskey. As a company that assembles choice scotch from different distilleries, ...

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Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 Years Old Bourbon Whiskey Review

Pappy Van Winkle 15 Year Family Reserve Bourbon Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: A+ Although Pappy Van Winkle has only a middling history as Kentucky bourbon’s go, the label is one of the most rarefied on the market today. As the story goes, Julian P. Van Winkle graduated from Centre College in Kentucky in 1892, went to work for a wholesaler, and gravitated into whiskey-making when he bought the ...

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