Despite two duds in this review, R11.2 was enough of a bright spot. I’m going to repeat what I said in my SWMS C5 review: SMWS should put more focus on their Malternative releases to relieve some stress from the Scotch single malt releases.
a pair of Luxco whiskies that are the subject of today’s review. As noted immediately above, MGP plans to continue sourcing whiskey from Kentucky (almost certainly Heaven Hill) to support these brands, meaning that they’re unlikely to change much following the merger of the two companies.
Half of the Spot range from the New Midleton Distillery is finally in my local market. When the big boys decide to bring in a brand from their portfolio to the (usually very late) Philippines market, it means the brand is taking off in terms of allocation and popularity. Consequently, here I go with my first Irish whisky reviews on Malt.