Very Interesting and complex for the money. Definitely a great deal of taste and refinement for less money than anyone else in that price range.
One of the more floral and fruity single malts even among Speyside Drams, that I have had in a long time and a great bargain too!
A delicate variation/iteration from its sibling the Original Ten with an interesting, subdued yet flavourful melange. Also, Damn cheap compared on both age and quality in the Scotch arena.
One of he the Distillery Series of Single Malt Whiskies. Aged in French Oak and an extreme profile.
Actually a Macallan merchant bottling – so all the Macallan goodness for a off label price
A solid choice for a 18 year old Speyside .
A 21 year old with rum is a wonderful thing.
If only all 15 year olds were this good….
A high quality but entry level scotch. Excellent choice for a starter scotch.
Unique and delicious in more ways than you can comfortably conceive. A singular single malt in many respects with lots of appeal.
The first distillery (the first legal one anyway) to open in Wales in over 100 years. Almost a hybrid of Irish whiskey and Scotch single malt.
Words are inadequate to the task of describing just how lovely this Polugar is …..
Our first ever group review !
Please bury me with a bottle of this…One of two spirits out of the almost 1.200 spirits we have reviewed to get a 10 out of 10.
A simply amazing Irish Whisky. A singular blend of 25 separate expressions into a single bottling, each adding its voice to the choir. Ther is no better Irish Whisky on the market right now in my opinion.