Jameson Rarest Vintage Reserve

I have had the privilege of having tasted a significant amount of whiskies and to my surprise; it was only this year that I first wrote a post about Jameson. That post was on their 18 year-old Limited Reserve. Believe it or not, I am going to top that first Jameson post with what I…

Cadenhead Glenallachie-Glenlivet 20 year-old

Sleepy is the word I used to describe how I felt this Monday morning after the daylight savings time moved our clocks one hour ahead. Before I find myself falling asleep and possibly drooling at my desk I’ll share my Cadenhead Glenallachie-Glenlivet 20 year-old post. The Glenallachie-Glenlivet distillery was founded in 1967. The distillery is…

Highland Park Dark Origins

If you follow my blog then you will know that I am a huge fan of the Highland Park brand so when I saw they had added a no-age-statement (NAS), Dark Origins, I definitely wanted to try it. I got a chance to try this NAS this past weekend while visiting Frank at the Last…

Highland Park 30 year-old

There was just one finger left and I was extremely excited to have been the one to get it. I was taught to share as a kid, but with just one finger left I was not sharing this Highland Park 30 with anyone. I got this last finger courtesy of Frank at The Last Hurrah….

Cadenhead Small Batch 1988 Highland Park 25 years

I am certain many of you might have heard of Highland Park, but if you are not much of a whisky drinker maybe you don’t know about Cadenhead. Cadenhead is very similar to Ducan Taylor and Gordon & MacPhail; they are independent bottling companies. Most often than not, a lot of these independent bottlers either…

Ardbog (From Ardbeg)

NOTE: First and foremost, thank you to all those soldiers and sailors (past and present) in the armed forces who dedicate their lives to protecting their countries. Cheers and Happy Veterans Day! A little over a week ago my boyfriend and I went out to The Last Hurrah here in Boston.  It’s a spot we…