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Wemyss Citrus Burst Single Cask Scotch Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Most of the releases out of Wemyss Malts’ single cask line come from distilleries familiar to most single malt fans, and even some general whiskey fans, places such as Caol Ila. However, some come from lesser known institutions, such as is the case with Citrus Burst, coming as it does from the Speyside distillery Linkwood. ...

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Wemyss Seaweed on the Rocks Single Cask Scotch Review (2013)

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ “Bunnahabhain” is quite a mouthful, especially if you try to put a proper Gaelic accent on it. The word means “foot of the river,” and is the name of a village on the famed Scotch-making island of Islay. That village hosts a distillery, also named Bunnahabhain. Built in 1881, The Bunnahabhain is noted for being ...

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Johnnie Walker Platinum Scotch Review

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A- Late this summer, Johnnie Walker released their newest expression – The Platinum Label. It’s more than potential replacement to the soon to be departed Green Label. In their lineup it’s a position that is a rung below Johnnie Walker’s classic Blue Label, long considered one of the world’s best blends. The Platinum is an 18 ...

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Sullivans Cove American Oak Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B With whiskey-making spreading so far and wide that even Taiwan has gotten in on the act, that distilleries are making malt whiskey in Australia ought to surprise no one. Yet Australian whiskey-making is hardly new. Down in Tasmania, some outfits have been in the whiskey distilling business for quite a while, such as Sullivans Cove, ...

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