Tag Archives: Port & Peat

Port & Peat bottle share wrap-up

The only thing I’ve got to do with the Bottle share whiskies¬†of the Port & Peat theme I recently bought, sampled, handed over and tasted is decide which one is my favorite and finish the bottles (read: my own samples). … Continue reading

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BenRiach 17yo, Solstice (batch II), 50%

The final installment of the Port & Peat bottle share and this time it’s a whisky I’ve actually tried before. The BenRiach Solstice has been around for a couple of years and it’s fairly easy to get hold of at … Continue reading

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Talisker Port Ruighe, 45.8%

The Talisker Port Ruighe (Portree) is named after the island’s capital town and to make the name a bit of a gimmick they also decided to finish the whisky in port casks. Apart from the town name and the ‘port’ … Continue reading

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Kilchoman Port Cask matured, 3yo, 55%

Apparently, young Islay whiskies are ridiculously popular. As I said a short while ago I’m having trouble spending a wad of cash on Kilchoman, since it stings a little bit that I’m shelling out for a three year old. However, … Continue reading

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Longrow Red 2014, Fresh Port Casks, 51.8%

As said in a¬†previous post, I’m kind of enamoured with peated whisky from a port cask. Whether it’s a finish or a maturation doesn’t really matter to me, as long as the cask doesn’t fully overpower the whisky. How much … Continue reading

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