Coming Soon…


In June we ate our first meal at a restaurant since the pandemic began (outdoors at El Cubano). In July we are scheduled to eat our first meal inside a restaurant. No, not with the kids: the missus and I are booked in at Tenant in the middle of the month. On the booze reviews front it will continue to be business as usual. Three reviews a week, each week themed in one way or the other. Edradour Week will end on Friday. What follows after that will be highly influenced by any nominations you make from the long list to the shortlist.

Other than our Tenant meal I expect we’ll continue to do takeout most weekends. I really need to make some headway on my survey of North Indian-centric Indian restaurants in the Twin Cities metro. The plan is to hit up one of them this weekend: Namaste Indian Grill in Arden Hills. If there are others you’d recommend, please write in below. And I hope to continue my survey of immigrant markets as well. On the recipes front, I will do the poll to select recipes not on Twitter this month but right here on the blog. So if you’re interested in weighing in on that look for a poll very soon—probably on Saturday.

And here is the long list of potential whisky reviews. Let me know in the comments if you see anything (or a possible theme) that interests you.

  1. Ambassador 25 yo, Blend
  2. Ardmore 20, 1997 (SMWS 66.138)
  3. Ardmore 21, 1997 (SMWS 66.146)
  4. Ardmore 22, 1997 (SMWS 66.174)
  5. Ben Nevis 20, 1997 (Berry Bros. & Rudd)
  6. Ben Nevis 20, 1997 (Exclusive Malts)
  7. Ben Nevis 25, 1991 (Signatory)
  8. Caol Ila 11, 2008 (53.345)
  9. Caol Ila 11, 2008 (The Whisky Jury)
  10. Caol Ila 22, 1980 (Cadenhead)
  11. Campbeltown Blend, circa 2014
  12. Clynelish 17, 1997 (BB&R)
  13. Clynelish 21, 1995 (Signatory)
  14. Clynelish 23, 1995 (Single Cask Nation)
  15. Glenturret 6, 2013 (SMWS 16.47)
  16. Hebridean Mulligan/Ledaig 23, 1997 (OMC for K&L)
  17. Inchfad 15, 2005 (Cooper’s Choice)
  18. Inchmurrin 17, 2003 (SMWS 112.68)
  19. Islay Strait/Caol Ila 10, 2010 (Sovereign)
  20. Laphroaig Triple Wood, 2009 Release
  21. Ledaig 13, 2007 (SMWS 42.50)
  22. Linkwood 9, 2010 (Old Particular for K&L)
  23. Loch Lomond 18
  24. Longmorn 17, 1996 (van Wees)
  25. Mortlach 21, 1990 (Signatory)
  26. Talisker 10, 2009 (Douglas Laing)
  27. Unnamed Islay 28, 1992 (Signatory)
  28. White Horse, 1950s release

 

4 thoughts on “Coming Soon…

  1. Ardmore and Ledaig, please.

    Tried several old White Horse blends from the 1950s to the 1980s – very hit and miss. Old White Horse bottlings of Lagavulin seem much more reliable.

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