Revisiting Johnnie Walker’s Green Label, Kavalan Solist Sherry, Kilchoman

One of the things I really appreciate about our original Mumbai tasting club is that our default is to sample blind. What the means is even something we thought we knew, we have an opportunity to rediscover. Which was exactly … Continue reading

Whisky Archives – Glenlivet Nadurra, Scapa, Mitcher’s Straight Rye, Kilchoman Spring 2011 + Caroni

Another from the tasting archives… This time the post is truly a ‘blast from the past’ – Oct 2011. This month we were back to our standard format and blind tasted before revealing the whisky. The session featured: Glenlivet Nadurra, Scapa 16 yr, Mitcher’s Straight Rye, Kilchoman Spring release followed by … Continue reading

Kilchoman Trilogy Pairing Quandary

Imagine you are a celebrated curator of special gourmet experiences. Picture your normal metier as a sommelier is to pair food with wine. Then someone comes to you with a challenge… Craft a unique evening pairing dishes with cask strength peated whiskies … Continue reading

Kilchoman Trilogy – Pedro Ximenez Single Cask 58.4%

Next up in our Kilchoman trilogy was a cask strength whisky matured exclusively in a Pedro Ximenez cask. Unlike the depth of red sherry, this white Spanish grape is dried under the sun to create a thick, dark liquid with raisins … Continue reading

Kilchoman Trilogy – Sherry, PX and Bourbon

Patience is a virtue… and I’ve been rather impatient! Back in December 2015 I picked this Kilchoman Trilogy up for another member of our Whisky tasting group… And I have been waiting, waiting, waiting ever since to sample!! It was made … Continue reading

Kilchoman peat pairing dinner!

To say it was a special evening was an understatement! We began with three whiskies from Kilchoman having exactly the same peat level (50 ppm) yet each remarkably different. Then after the initial blind sampling, the whiskies were revealed then move on … Continue reading

Kilchoman Sherry Single Cask 60.6%

Last in our Kilchoman peat explorations was the Kilchoman Sherry Single Cask matured completely in a sherry butt and bottled at cask strength. Kilchoman Sherry Cask Strength 60.6% Colour: Deep copper Nose: Again such a contrast from the previous whiskies! Initial … Continue reading