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Macallan 18yo 1986 "Sherry" (43%, OB, 2004)

In 2004 Macallan officially released two Sherried 18yo’s. The one on the right, we know very well, that was the one with the old labels that have been used for decades. 364 more words

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The Macallan, Select Oak, Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky,  Speyside, Scotland, 40% abv. C$80

Also known as the Mac’Allen’ if you’re drinking it with said friend who was kind enough to share, this Scotch was aged in American oak and first fill European oak sherry casks. 75 more words


Laphroaig 17, 1987 (OMC)

This is a somewhat useless review even by my standards as it is not only of a bottle released in 2004 but also from an unidentified cask (but at least it’s a beautiful sample bottle picture). 458 more words

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Imperial 1995 19-year-old

Bought: Whiskysite, Holland, 16th February 2015

83.25/100 – Whiskybase (average from 4 member votes)

Although demolished in 2013, the Imperial distillery was mothballed in 1998, so new bottlings are getting older and older each year, dating back to casks from the mid 1990s. 237 more words

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Single Malt Cream Liqueur and a Traveling Souvenir – Single-Malt-Cremelikör und ein Reise-Mitbringsel

There are many beautiful traditions that I share with one of my closest friends since studenthood, like enjoying French movies or French home-cookeries. For whatever reasons, we didn’t yet travel to France together – but we shared another traveling experience for years which had been multi-day bicycling tours. 1,348 more words


Aberlour ‘A’bunadh’ (59.8%, OB, Batch No. 13, 2005)

By now, batch no. 50 is the latest A’Bunadh released and when you are reading this, the number will be even higher. Saying that the A’Bunadh is a pretty popular bottling. 394 more words

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Longrow Red 11 Year Old Port Cask - Dram 90

#Dram 90 – Longrow Red – 11 Year Old

Longrow is one of three whiskies produced by the Springbank distillery on Campbeltown. Moderately peatier than Hazelburn and Springbank, it’s been a whisky that I’ve always been fan of. 220 more words