Glenglassaugh Torfa

Happy Halloween! I love Halloween so here is a quick bonus Thursday review on the Glenglassaugh Torfa. Glenglassaugh is a highland whisky founded by Col. James Moir in 1875. The distillery stopped producing whisky in 1986 and after it sat silent for 20 years, BenRiach Distillery took over in 2013 bringing the distillery back to…

Old Pulteney Maritime Malt Tasting

My introduction to Old Pulteney was their 21 year-old whisky. So, when Nick Taylor from Taylor and Taylor Whiskey Co. invited us to attend an Old Pulteney tasting at the Haven in Boston, the answer is, absolutely! We knew we’d be in for a special treat, their core range turned out to be as great…

Balblair 21 year-old 1993 Cask Strength – Gordon and MacPhail

Monday’s are extremely hard to get into but I’ll kick it off with a whisky brand I have not spoken about before and that is, Balblair. Balblair is a highland whisky established in 1790 by Joss Ross. The distillery stopped producing whisky 1932 and did not resume production till after the Second World War. It…

Aberlour A’Bunadh Cask Strength

Back to work already, were does the time go!!!! It’s always hard to get back into the swing of things after a holiday. If you are one of those folks back at work already after the holiday, then I share your pain. Hopefully you all had a wonderful holiday, as I did! Before all the…

Glenmorangie: The Original and Quinta Ruban

With so many options out there for whisky it’s always hard to know which ones you are actually going to like and not like if you’ve never tried them before. If I am out for dinner or out in the city, I always look at the list of whisky, whiskey and bourbons, if there is…