Tag Archives: Glen Garioch
Yet again, Tom van Engelen climbs his pen, as we say in The Netherlands. This time he tries a sherry cask from Berry’s and a 1968 Glen Garioch. Talk about old whisky… A sherry cask matured whisky can be a … Continue reading
Well, not really a clearance since that would involve big discounts. The misses and I have decided that it’s finally time to start doing some construction on our attic. It’s been in the pipeline for a few years but we’ve … Continue reading
This here blog has been around for six years already. The actual date was August third, but that passed rather eventless. However, last Saturday was the annual barbecue-and-booze celebration. I made the fairly predictable huge hunks of pork again, although … Continue reading
When I was at the Hielander Whisky Festival in 2015, I tried a Glen Garioch 21 year old as my final dram of the afternoon. At least, I seem to remember it as my final dram. Anyway, I loved it. … Continue reading
As I’ve probably mentioned earlier, our club is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. On March 11th 1990 two whisky drinkers from The Netherlands decided it was time to bundle their strengths into a club. The Usquebaugh Society was born. … Continue reading
At the Hielander Whisky Festival in Alkmaar in February I tried a 21 year old Glen Garioch towards the end of the afternoon and was raving about that. When I got home I checked all shops and auction sites to see … Continue reading
Another short picture report. I didn’t take pictures of the main dish, which was a 2 kilo leg of lamb with risotto. It was awesome. Very, very awesome.