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Teeling 24 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review

Teeling 24 Year Old Single Malt

By Richard Thomas Rating: A Starting with it’s initial release of the Teeling Small Batch, an Irish blend, Teeling Whiskey Company has developed a line of premium, regular releases that includes a highly regarded single grain, a single malt, and a poitin. However, the Dublin-based distiller and bottler has also made a major stake in the very aged, super premium ...

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Yamazaki Sherry Cask Japanese Whisky Review (2016)

Yamazaki Sherry Cask Japanese Whisky 2016

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A- The name Yamazaki has been a hot one for the past few years (deservedly so), garnering critical acclaim, interest from whisky fans worldwide and plenty of awards for their owners at Suntory. This is one of the brands that made Japanese whisky famous, and the Sherry Cask in particular played a leading role in making ...

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Benrinnes 21 Year Old Scotch Review

Benrinnes 21 Year Old

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B+ The Benrinnes Distillery was built near the remains of a prior distillery near Whitehouse Farm, Banffshire in 1826. The first building was destroyed by flood in 1829, and another distillery was constructed around 1835. The ownership of Benrinnes changed several times before it was acquired by John Dewar & Sons in 1922. In 1925, the merger of John Dewar & ...

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Exciting Bourbon Releases For Fall 2015

Elijah Craig 23 Year Old

Five Big, Upcoming Bourbons Out This Autumn By Richard Thomas For American whiskey enthusiasts autumn is the most anticipated time of year, the season when all the expressions that elicit the most excitement come out. ‘Tis the season of Pappy Fever, when the elusive and neigh-unattainable (unless you are willing to pay four-figure prices) Pappy Van Winkle bourbons are released. ...

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Strathmill 25 Year Old Scotch Review

Strathmill 25 YO single malt

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A- The Strathmill Distillery is located in the town of Keith, and was founded in 1891 in preexisting mill buildings. Due to its proximity to the river Isla the distillery was renamed the Glenisla-Glenlivet distillery. When the distillery was sold in 1895 to the gin company W&A Gilbey during their expansion into the whisky industry, they ...

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