Penderyn, Pride Of Wales. These guys kick ass. Since this is a Round 2, we’ve obviously had the Peated before, delivered in large format by my sister from her teaching trip to Wales. Last year’s trip produced the Penderyn Miniatures, featuring the Sherrywood and Madeira casked expressions as well. Since there are four other Penderyn
Alright! The last of the Penderyn sampler from the roving professor – the Madeira! Got my knuckles rapped a bit by the lads at our last tasting. They had checked out the Scotch Noob and were impressed by the amount of detail and information in the reviews. And then gave me shit for not doing
Finally! That Penderyn sampler sat on my shelf for a while, waiting for the right time to try these delicacies from foreign and exotic WALES! My sister brought them back from her scholastic travels to the land of the Red Dragon (no, not China, Wales. Try to keep up), like last year when she brought
Thanks to @mittenstrings and her recent scholastic voyages we have a trio of welsh Penderyn whiskies to try. We’ve seen the Peated before, so we’ll focus on the Sherrywood and Madeira. But it may return in a future BattleScotch! Who knows!
Our first Welsh whisky! Penderyn offers a number of different spirits, and their whisky line is pretty complete with some award winning wine-cask aged whiskies. This particular bottle was a gift from my sister, a good guess on her part grabbing the Peated instead of one of the others – history shows I’m not a
300 posts on iscotch.ca. That’s pretty crazy. Granted, they’re not all bottles of single malt scotch – the brand got watered down early and often, that’s for sure. Over the course of the last 299 spicy whisky word burps we’ve posted here, we’ve come across some fantastic spirits, some interesting beers and some fancy gins,