George Dickel Bottled in Bond 11-Year

Distilled in the Fall of 2008 and aged for 11 glorious years this whiskey has found a home on many bourbon hunters shelves thanks to a very highly rated review in Whiskey Advocate. Bottle in Bond corresponds to the US Standards laid out in the Bottle-in-Bond Act of 1897. It ensures that the whiskey has…

Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria

Happy first day of Fall! To celebrate I have a delicious Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria. Pumpkin Apple Cider Sangria Ingredients: 1 Fuji Apple 1 Granny Smith Apple  2 cinnamon sticks  1 tsp pumpkin spice  10 drops of liquid Stevia  2 cups dry hard apple cider (I used Scarecrow from Far From the Tree)  1 cup…

Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch Dinner

Ah, another whisky dinner… although this dinner was not just simply a whisky dinner, this one was special. This past weekend we attended the Glenmorangie Single Malt Scotch dinner at the Boston Omni Parker House. It was a special dinner because it was Frank Weber’s last whisky dinner. Sadly, for us, but amazing for him,…

2019 Holiday Gift Guide: Bourbon and Whisky

It’s that time of year again! If whisk(e)y is what you’re looking to gift; I’m the Whiskey Wench to see! Ok… read. Note: If you aren’t familiar with my blog I purchase every single whiskey, whisky and bourbon I have featured in this blog. I have been honest about my opinion without any biased. It’s…

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…

Lagavulin 11-Year Offerman Edition

What are two of my favorite things during the winter? Peaty whiskies and a wonderful warming fire, so yes I can play Nick Offerman’s ‘Yule Log‘ while drinking Lagavulin over and over again since, well… I don’t actually have a fireplace. Lagavulin happens to be Offerman’s favorite whisky. He also starred as scotch-loving Ron Swanson…

Johnnie Walker A Song of Ice and A Song of Fire

Game of Thrones may be over but Game of Thrones inspired whiskies are not. Johnnie Walker released two Limited Edition Game of Thrones whiskies. A Song of Ice, inspired by the House Stark Direwolf and A Song of Fire, inspired by the House Targaryen Dragon. Now if you recall, these aren’t the only Game of…

Redbreast 21-Year

This past Sunday we had the great opportunity to sample the Redbreast range along with Dave McCabe (Blender) and Billy Leighton (Head Blender) of Irish Distillers at Norfolk Wine and Spirits in Norfolk, MA. Lucky for us, we had tasted most of the range before but there is one I’ve not written about before and…

The Six Isles Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

I know, I am posting a little late today. The day sadly got away from me but, better late than never so here is a quick Monday review. We recently came across The Six Isles Blended Malt Scotch Whisky and when you are huge peat smoke whisky fan like we are, well you buy a…

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 Whisky Dinner

The Omni Parker House in Boston hosted their second to last whisky dinner this past Sunday. Yes, you heard that correctly, second to last whisky dinner as there is only one left. If you live in Boston and have not gone to these, I highly recommend going to the last one as it really is…