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Wemyss Salted Caramels Single Cask Scotch Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Part of the Wemyss Malts’ Summer 2013 Single Cask release, Salted Caramels is from that little heralded scotch region, Campbelltown. Located on a peninsula in southwestern Scotland and once home to 28 distilleries, Campbelltown is now down to just three: Springbank, Glen Gyle and Glen Scotia. Prohibition did the other 25 distilleries in. Campbelltown scotches ...

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Wemyss Malts Spice Chocolate Cup Single Cask Scotch Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: A In addition to its regular vatted malt whiskeys, Wemyss Malts periodically releases limited edition, single cask scotches based on special finds from distilleries around Scotland. Spice Chocolate Cup is part of the summer 2013 release, and a prominent part at that. The scotch was distilled in 1997 (making it a 16 year old) at the ...

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Wemyss Ginger Spice Single Cask Scotch Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: A With Wemyss Malts distillery not set to open for a year, and any actual scotch coming out of that distillery not destined for market until years after that, for the time being the company continues as a whiskey negociant, or a small whiskey-maker in the business of buying sourced whiskey from a variety of distilleries ...

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Nikka Yoichi 15 Year Old Single Malt

By Jake Emen Rating: A- Nikka Whisky owns and operates two distinct distilleries in Japan. The oldest is the Yoichi distillery, built in 1934, located near the city of Sapporo on the island of Hokkaido. Nikka’s founder, Masataka Taketsuru, had studied at the University of Glasgow and came back to Japan with the ideals of creating authentic and distinguished scotch-style ...

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The Balvenie Portwood 21 Year Old Scotch Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: A The Whiskey Reviewer hasn’t looked at a single malt from The Balvenie since our launch and initial batch of reviews, when we looked at their starter rung Scotch, The Doublewood. A word is therefore in order about who The Balvenie are, especially since they are so interwoven with Scotch legend William Grant. Mr. Grant had ...

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