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Glenfiddich 12 Year Scotch Whisky

Following the review of Batch & Bottle Scotch Manhattan a few years ago, I kept telling myself I should properly experience a Glenfiddich Scotch. And since I recently saw Glenfiddich 12 Year Scotch Whiskey available in 325 ml bottles, I no longer have any excuses. At this point, I’ve experienced a handful of products from William Grant & Sons, but Glenfiddich is where the story begins. After a year of manually building a distillery alongside his children, William Grant was finally ready to realize his dream of creating his own whisky in 1887. He named it Glenfiddich, the Gaelic word for Valley of the Deer, and it’s one of the few remaining […]

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Glencullen 10 Year

My journey through the Scotch whisky regions continues! This time, I’m trying a bottle from a northeast region of the Scottish highlands called Speyside. The region is well known for single malt scotch with sweet and fruity flavors. It’s been far too many years since my last experience with a Speyside Scotch, so I thought a good place to start would be the reasonably affordable Glencullen 10 Year Single Malt. BOTTLE SPECS ❖ Spirit: Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky ❖ Distillery: Distilled, Matured and Bottled in Scotland and Imported my County Line Distillers, Louisville, KY. ❖ ABV: 40% (80 Proof) ❖ Aged 10 Years ❖ Low Price TASTING […]