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Final Five

We’re down to the last 5 bottles of scotch I already own.  So far the only scotch I’ve bought since starting the blog is The Glenrothes, so I’ll need to step up the buy/go out […]
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Dalwhinnie 15y

This bottle of Dalwhinnie 15y was in the first batch of scotches I received when I decided to take it up as a hobby.  If drinking is a hobby.  I guess the pausing to take […]
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Benromach Organic Special Edition

The Benromach Special Edition is the only certified organic single malt scotch whisky I’m aware of, based on no research.  Its certification comes from the UK Soil Association, and they use casks made of managed […]
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Smokehead Whisky

I need to say this up front – this scotch is not for the faint of heart.  The Smokehead bottle comes in a can embossed with many words about how large the flavour is, and […]
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$30,000 worth of single malt scotch

Montreal Scotch

Recent trip to Montreal with Katherine netted many scotch opportunities (scotchportunities), not this least of which was the SAQ on St Catherine’s.  This one shelf represents about a year’s pay for a lot of people.  […]

Whisky Caramel Corn

So, I don’t know if you know this, but when you make homemade caramel corn as Katherine awesomely does, its actually kind of an interesting chemistry thing.  You basically boil sugar in butter to caramelize […]
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Highland Park 12y

Once again, I should start by copping to the fact I already like this scotch.  I’m still working my way through my own collection, and I tend to give away bottles I don’t like (screw […]


I firmly believe, if you buy a bottle, you can drink it any way you want.  Ice, water, neat, scotch rocks, freaking ginger ale.  Its your money, do what you want. However, this will lead […]

Reviews You Can Use – Yeah, I Said It

I’ve finally got the webspace and the tools to do this project properly so here goes.  Coming up shortly will be multiple reviews of single malt scotch whiskies.  I’m not a connoisseur by any stretch […]