Coming Soon…

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You’re never going to believe it but in June I am planning to post a bunch of whisky reviews (many of those of esoteric malts that are no longer available), a few restaurant reviews and some cooking posts that the majority of my regular readers barely tolerate. You’re welcome!

Here is the long list of potential whisky reviews. As always please feel free to nominate those you’re particularly interested in for the short list. A few of these are in the bag already but the rest are up for grabs. I will say that I will probably do a few reviews of Japanese whiskies for sure—there are some samples that I’ve been sitting on for a rather long time now.

Amrut 4, 2009, PX Sherry Cask #2701
Amrut 4, 2009, Port Pipe #2712, Peated
Ardbeg Galileo
Ardmore Traditional
Ben Nevis 14, 1998 (Exclusive Casks for Total Wine)
Ben Nevis 18, 1995 (Wilson & Morgan)
Blair Athol 26, 1988 (van Wees)
Bowmore 7, 2003 (Exclusive Malts)
Bowmore Small Batch
Caol Ila 19, “Port Askaig Harbour” (Speciality Drinks)
Caperdonich 17, 1996 (Malts of Scotland for van Zuylen)
Chichibu, Chibidaru Cask
Clynelish 14, 1997 (Archives)
Glen Grant 21 (G&M)
Glenburgie 19, 1995 (Signatory for K&L)
Glendronach 18, “Allardice”
Karuizawa 1999/2013 (Noh Label for K&L)
Karuizawa “Asama”
Laphroaig 20, 1990 (SMWS)
Longmorn 31, 1978 (TWE Masterpieces)
Longmorn 44, 1966 (G&M for van Wees)
Longmorn 46, 1964 (G&M for van Wees)
Longrow 14, Burgundy Wood
Port Charlotte 11, 2001 (Malts of Scotland)
Port Ellen 18, 1981 (Old Malt Cask)
Port Ellen, “Royal Wedding Reserve”
Scapa 20, 1993, CSE
Talisker 25, 2006 Release
Tomatin 21, 1991 (C&S)
Yoichi 10, Genshu Single Cask 407481
Yoichi 20
Yoichi 20, Genshu Single Cask 100126
Yoichi 27, 1987 (SMWS)

7 thoughts on “Coming Soon…

  1. Japanese whisky is better sold at insanely inflated prices rather than hung onto and drunk. Demand for the stuff by people with very deep pockets is not commensurate with the quality of whisky that is in the bottle IMHO. Good stuff to be sure, but the current frenzy over it is not justified by the quality alone.

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      • Well, I gave you credit for not being foolish enough throw a ton of money at some Japanese single malts just to tell us punters all about it. LOL!! I’m sure your insights will make for interesting reading (because they always do) but I already know that my whisky buying dollars are better spent elsewhere.

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