Whisky Roundtable #21

This month's Whisky Roundtable is hosted by those lovable rapscallions over at the Edinburgh Whisky Blog. They've put us on the spot as to our views on distilleries releasing new make/clearac or young, not-quite-whisky. Here's their question to us all: In recent years we’ve seen a good few releases of not-quite-whisky-yet or spirit-that-dares-to-command-a-price. Whether kissed … Continue reading Whisky Roundtable #21

Glenglassaugh Blushes and Fledgling XB Spirits – Review

*Thanks to the good folks at Impex Beverages for the sample. Round II of this little foray into Glenglassaugh's young spirits finds us in a slightly more mature state of mind than the first round. While the Clearac and Peated offer a chance to try the distillery's juice straight from the still, The Blushes and … Continue reading Glenglassaugh Blushes and Fledgling XB Spirits – Review

Glenglassaugh Clearac and Peated Spirits – Review

*Thanks to the good folks at Impex Beverages for the sample. Glenglassaugh (pronounced glen-GLASS-och) is one of those distilleries whose history is not only marked with the requisite changes in ownership, but also marked with long periods of inactivity. Indeed, for a while there in the 1900's, the distillery was like a toddler playing with … Continue reading Glenglassaugh Clearac and Peated Spirits – Review