Archive of Islay

Bruichladdich PEAT Review

on March 31st, 2011 in Scottish, Single Malt Whisky by dan | 5 Comments

I’m sat here, being a relative newbie to the whisky world, pondering one of the greatest questions to plague man-kind since… well since 1778 when William Cullen invented the refrigerator at the University of Glasgow (very fitting). To Ice or Not to Ice? It would seem to me that its…

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Bruichladdich Waves Islay Single Malt (46%)

on March 23rd, 2011 in Pictures, Scottish, Single Malt Whisky by James | 3 Comments

I am not a fan of peat. To me it smells like TCP. Nothing worse than being a kid and skidding across the school yard on your knees. Friction makes light work of your cotton/nylon mix trouser leg before setting to work on a couple of skin layers. As you…

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