Whisky blogs round-up: Impressive old stuff

This week I have been a bit late for my whisky blogs round up.

Dramming continues with his series of posts about Dramming in Scotland, with his visit to Knockdhu, Glendronach and Glenturret. He also writes about the people, places and moments that found on the travel.

Edinburgh Whisky Blog write about the Good Spirits Company, a new whisky shop opening at May, 27th in Glasgow. I have been following in Twitter the progress of the shop and I have to say that it look impressive.

Nonjatta writes about new japanese whiskies seen on Europe imported by Les Whiskies du Monde and sold by Royal Mile Whiskies. I have known that the importer is having a bad time and probably is just finishing its stock before closing and by the way, the prices are horrible!.

The Casks does a review of Whiskypedia and he enjoys the book a lot.

John Hansell, from Malt Advocate, post about the six best selling brands of whisky in the US: Glenlivet, Macallan, Glenfiddich, Balvenie, McClelland and Glenmorangie. He does a review of Glenlivet decades, a collection of five bottles from five different decades to support the release of Glenlivet 70 years old. Also features the second part of the Buffalo Trace’s Single Oak project article.

Serge from Whiskyfun keeps writing about his 80 whiskies around the world, with a German whisky, next Solan, an Indian whisky, and another supposed Indian whisky, and two Amruts from independent bottlers. Then three Amruts bottled by Blackladder, and five Kavalan from Taiwan which gets impressive scores.

WhiskyIsrael tastes some Kintra Single Cask whiskies: A Caol Ila, Bunnahabhain, Glen Scotia and finally a SMWS Jura at 20 years old.

Ruben from Whiskynotes posts several interesting tasting notes as Glen Grant 1959, several Malts of Scotland as Glen Keith 1970, Glenrothes 1968 and Strathisla 1970, a Glenrothes 1968 from Duncan Taylor Peerless, a North Port from Scott’s Selection and a Glen Elgin from Whisky Fässle. Impressive stuff

Sorry for the delay.
Enjoy reading.

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