Westland Sherry Wood American Malt Whiskey Review

Westland Sherry Wood American Malt Whiskey

Updated March 23, 2016 By Elizabeth Emmons Rating: B- Westland Distillery, founded in 2010, is located in the heart of Seattle, Washington and is one of the largest single malt distilleries in the nation. It boasts of a 5,000-liter mash house that operates seven days a week, filling 10,000-liter fermenters, and a copper 7,560-liter wash still with a copper 5,670-liter ...

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Tomatin Highland Manzanilla Finish Scotch Review

Tomatin Highland Manzanilla Finish Single Malt Whisky

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B+ Tomatin Distillery is from the Highland Region, drawing its name from its host town, located 16 miles south of Inverness. While It is thought that distilling has gone on in the area since the 16th Century, the Tomatin Distillery was not formally established until 1897. The original company went bankrupt in 1906, and was reopened ...

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Cut Spike Single Malt Whiskey Review

Cut Spike Whiskey

By Father John Rayls Rating: B Cut Spike is a renamed/re-branded distillery in La Vista, Nebraska, a little community outside of Omaha. It was founded in 2008 as Solas by its sister brewing company, Lucky Bucket, and this whiskey is the first single malt release in Nebraska since Prohibition. Although an American malt doesn’t necessarily have to be, this whiskey ...

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