Scotch Whisky

Johnnie Walker Green Returns For Now

By Richard Thomas The reappearance of Johnnie Walker Green Label, the 15 year old vatted malt so popular with many Scotch drinkers, on American store shelves starting in February prompted a flurry of speculation in whiskey circles, as it was unaccompanied by any announcement on the part of parent company Diageo. Green Label was replaced by a combination of the ...

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Six-Region Vatted Malt Scotch Introduced

By Richard Thomas The big names in vatted malt Scotch can draw on stock from dozens of Scottish distilleries in making their product, but whether one of them draws on stock from all six of Scotland’s whisky regions remains unknown because the complete source list for these brands remains secret. If there was a six-region vatted malt from that group, ...

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The Macallan 10 Year Old Fine Oak Scotch Review

The Macallan Fine Oak 10 YO

By Jake Emen Rating: B The Macallan is probably best known for their single malt sherry-aged whisky. However, that’s not all they’re up to, not by a long stretch. The Fine Oak series from The Macallan offers triple cask-maturation, a departure from the Sherry oak staple that you likely look to as the core of their lineup, standby offerings like ...

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