After a few months hiatus, our miniatures sessions are back!
This time we decided to explore a revived discontinued distillery (Glenglassaugh) and a whisky my cohort couldn’t resist… having grown up with Tintin tales of Loch Lomond whisky (Inchmurrin)…
For my part, I was keen to revisit a freshly opened bottle of the Torfa, having had a rather negative 1st experience a few years ago at Quaich in Singapore. And was equally curious what else Glenglassaugh had to offer. As for Inchmurrin? I had no pre-conceived notions… however found our tryst with Pendryn’s Madeira sufficiently interesting to be curious to compare.
The minis were followed by Royal Brackla 16 year 40%… just because it was already open and I hadn’t tried it yet… a most acceptable justification! Turned out to be a great food accompaniment.
Other miniatures sessions:
- Miniatures – Glencadam 15 year 46%, Auchroisk (1996/2014) 46% (G&MP), Glen Keith (1993/2011) 46% (G&MP), Penderyn Madeira 46%
- Miniatures – Speyside, Edradour 10 year, Glendronach 18 & 21 year
- Miniatures – Tomatin Legacy, Highland Park 8 year (G&MP), TWE Edition No 1 Speyside + No 2 Islay
- Miniatures – Tomintoul Trilogy – 10, 16 + 27 year
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