Whisky reviews with objectivity and transparency
A new bottler for MALT.
The strange tale of a lost Swedish distillery that wanted to move to Orkney.
The return of Noortje with some ancient grain.
Two independent Aberlours.
An exclusive offering from the overlooked Cragganmore distillery.
An excellent whisky for under £40 – and it’s not often you can say that these days.
Noortje enjoys a single malt offering from Glen Grant – a distillery she does not usually go for.
Our resident dutch whisky writer finds herself in Taiwan – but isn’t too impressed.
This is the good stuff alright.
In which we spend a short while basking in the delights of the Dornoch Whisky Festival.
We taste the Knappogue Castle 1951, which made at the old Tullamore Distillery that closed its doors in 1954. A rare treat indeed.
Malt’s Dutch contributor drinks great whisky, with good people, and ends up around a roaring campfire – is there anything better?
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