Macallan Speymalt 1998 18 year old (G&M)

Bottle: Gordon & MacPhail’s Speymalt range is always Macallan, in classic whisky bottle styling. Nose: Fresh cut lemon, beeswax, orange juice, brown sugar. Fresh and inviting. Body: Light and silky. Palate: Delicate and graceful. Orange peel, raspberry, and black pepper. Meringue and a little whipped cream at the death. Finish: Hotter than I was expecting […]

Speyside-Glenlivet 1991 25 year old (Cadenhead’s)

Bottle: Standard Cadenhead’s small batch bottling. Nose: Dusty books, cut grass and toffee. With air it gets more buttery too. Nice. Body: Medium and syrupy. Palate: Wood varnish, black cherry, blueberry, flint and Worcestershire sauce. Finish: Short. Shortbread, light menthol, salt and pepper. Neat/Ice/Water: 51%. It has a little heat when drunk neat. I prefer this with […]

Scallywag 13 year old (Sherry Edition)

Bottle: A Douglas Laing limited edition bottling of the Scallywag blend, matured in sweet sherry butts. The rear label goes into some detail around the life and times of the Fox Terrier that the range is named after. Nose: Bounty chocolate bar, freshly picked raspberries and an old Chesterfield. Body: Light and fresh. Palate: Red […]

Glendronach 2003 13 year old (Cask # 713)

Bottle: This is a special bottling exclusively for the Green Welly Stop. It’s a single PX cask maturation. Nose: Vanilla, sultana and marzipan. Clean and dry to breathe. Body: Waxy and a little resinous. Palate: Cointreau-ish flavours, burnt brown sugar, a little eucalyptus and toasted oak. Elegant delivery. Good structure. Finish: Medium length and soft. […]