Tag Archives: 1991

Three sherry casks for The Netherlands

A couple of months ago, Whisky Import Nederland, released three new whiskies from their First Cask series. Whisky Import Nederland (WIN) is known for importing a lot of bottlers and brands, BOX whisky, Hunter Laing, Adelphi, Armorik, Berry Brothers & … Continue reading

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Uisge Beatha Taigh, 13 year old Irish Whiskey, 2001-2014, 60% – Jurgen’s Whiskyhuis

Uisge Beatha Taigh is a brand created by Jurgen van de Wiele of Jurgen’s Whiskyhuis in Belgium. I’ve met the guy a couple of times, both as a guest on the Whiskyfair in Germany, or manning a stall at various … Continue reading

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Caol Ila 25, 1991-2016, 50.2% – Cadenhead’s Authentic Collection

A while ago I took the train to Den Bosch for a whisky tasting there, and with the other two guys I was on that train we decided to have a dram underway. This was interesting since it was rush … Continue reading

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BTC Sample 16: Bunnahabhain 1991-2014, 46%, Wemyss ‘A Thread of Smoke’

Yesterday’s Whatsapp discussion with SA, on the forum as ‘SigaarJood’ (he can state things like that without it being discriminatory because he’s part of a minority): Me: You’re getting a light smoke too? I’m sure as hell liking it, but … Continue reading

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Glen Elgin 1991-2007, 16yo, 46% – Cooper’s Choice

Somehow I have never owned a bottle of Glen Elgin. I think I’ve just never been able to find one that suited me, since I generally like their bourbon cask whiskies. They tend to be slightly green and grassy but … Continue reading

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Glen Scotia 1991-2013, 46% – Wemyss Malts (Merchant’s Mahogany Chest)

I think Wemyss has taken lessons from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society based on how they name their whiskies. This ‘Merchant’s Mahogany Chest’ has a name based on the flavor of the whisky. So, I expect deep and woody flavors … Continue reading

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Speyburn 1991, 46% – Gordon & MacPhail

Upon launching their ‘The Wood makes the Whisky‘ campaign, Gordon & MacPhail have sent out quite a few samples to bloggers around, well, Europe I guess. In the past I’ve reviewed a couple of them, but it was about damn … Continue reading

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