Dràm Mòr Linkwood 10

Dràm Mòr Linkwood 10

It is time for the second whisky from Dràm Mòr’s Christmas release, the 10-year-old Linkwood – a Speyside distillery in Elgin, Scotland. Most of the Dràm Mòr bottlings I have reviewed come from distilleries new to me, so it has been an interesting and exciting...
Dràm Mòr Linkwood 10

Dràm Mòr Tullibardine 5

The sixth whisky by Dràm Mòr is the 5-year-old Tullibardine, a Highland distillery south-west of Blackford, and a keen eye might think “Sixth? This would be the fourth, where did you learn to count?”, and that is absolutely correct – I have two more Dràm...
Benriach Core Range

Benriach Core Range

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a Benriach tasting led by global brand ambassador Stewart Buchanan, as they are launching their new core range in Norway. The core range was recently revamped with a focus on flavour-led innovation, and the four mentioned below...
Ardnamurchan AD/09.20:01

Ardnamurchan AD/09.20:01

A week ago, I had the pleasure of attending an Ardnamurchan tasting with Daracha and Graeme Mackay from Adelphi. We were tasting the Ardnamurchan First AD Kit, containing AD/09.20:01, 2015 Ex-Oloroso Peated Cask, 2015 Ex-Bourbon Peated Cask and 2014 Single Barrel...
Dràm Mòr Linkwood 10

Dràm Mòr Aberlour 7

The third whisky by Dràm Mòr is the 7-year-old Aberlour, a Speyside distillery in Aberlour, Strathspey in Scotland. It has been matured in a refill bourbon hogshead for seven years and six months, then four additional months in a Portuguese red wine Madeira barrique,...
Dràm Mòr Linkwood 10

Dràm Mòr Tomintoul 15

Next up is this Tomintoul 15 by Dràm Mòr. I do not think I have ever tasted a Tomintoul, at least not as I can remember, so I do not know what to expect from this whisky. It has a pale lemon colour, spent 15 years in a refill sherry butt, then four months in a...