Coming Soon…

Reynolds
December was sherried whisky month on the blog; January will feature un-sherried whiskies of various kinds. I have a gigantic backlog of samples to get through and so you should expect to see a lot of ratty pictures of sample bottles. December was also when I began to feature cooking posts in a big way. I know that this tested the patience of some of my regular readership, but you’ll just have to put up with it, I’m afraid. I’ll probably do an all-recipes week once every 4-6 weeks or so, and there’ll also be regular restaurant reviews. On the latter front, there will be a number of reviews this month of meals from our end-of-year trip to Los Angeles (which ends today). If I can get around to it I may also have my year-end music list at some point, but it’s more likely that that will show up in February.

Here is the long list of possible whisky reviews. As always, feel free to nominate candidates for promotion to the short list.

Arran 10
Arran 16, 1996 (Glen Fahrn)
Ballechin #2, Madeira Cask
Ballechin 10
Benromach Origins Batch 2, Port
Bladnoch 1984-2004 (Scott’s Selection)
Bruichladdich, The Laddie Ten
Bruichladdich, The Laddie Twenty Two
Bunnahabhain 21, 1991 (Faultline)
Charbay 12, LAWS Ed.
Clynelish 14, 1998 (Archives)
Clynelish 22, 1989 (Malts of Scotland)
Clynelish 28, 1982 (Single Malts of Scotland)
Deanston 15, 1997 (Archives)
Four Roses Small Batch Ltd. Ed. 2014
George Dickel 9 (for Ace Liquors)
Glen Spey 12, 1999 (Blackadder)
Glen Spey 25, 1988 (Archives)
Glenfiddich Caoran Reserve
Glenlivet Nadurra 0112R
High West, A Midwinter Night’s Dram
Highland Park 11, 1993 (Hart Bros.)
Jura 23, 1989 (Signatory for K&L)
Jura “Prophecy”
Laphroaig 10, 2000 Release
Lochside 44, 1967 (Malts of Scotland)
North of Scotland 42, 1971 (Gordon & Company)
Rittenhouse Rye
Russell’s Reserve
Scapa 12
Strathisla 38, 1967 (Murray McDavid)
Tormore 28, 1984 (Whiskybroker)
Whistlepig, Boss Hog

 

 

9 thoughts on “Coming Soon…

  1. Bladnoch and Clynelish are favorites of mine, so of course that’s what I want you to review. But what you should review is the less marquee stuff, like the Deanston and Glen Spey. Actually, I’d like to see a review of the Caoran–I had the first edition years ago, and thought it was awful. I guess they’ve tweaked it some since.

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