BattleScotch! Tomatin Spanish Sherry 12y v 15y v Oloroso 18y with Dan

BattleScotch! Tomatin Stillmen’s Choice Edition! Aw yeah aw yeah! It wouldn’t be a reasonably priced selection of delicious single malt scotches without us wringing one more post out of it. In the review of the 18y article, I went into some detail about why older scotch may not necessarily tasting “better”. If you’d like to read more … Continue reading BattleScotch! Tomatin Spanish Sherry 12y v 15y v Oloroso 18y with Dan

Tomatin 15y with Dan

Tomatin 15y! The second review of Tomatin month is their 15y expression. Where the other two are aged in sherry barrels, this bottle is aged in standard scotch whisky barrels made from American oak. During the review of the 12y I went off on a bit of a tangent about brand loyalty and community and … Continue reading Tomatin 15y with Dan

BattleScotch! The Glenlivet 12y v The Glenlivet 15y French Oak Reserve with Ryan & Goran

You knew it was going to happen. You knew as soon as you saw us review the second Glenlivet, you knew “they’re gonna BattleScotch! the 12y and the 15y, I know it”. You knew that. That’s okay. You can own that, bro. Good looking out. We can keep this one short, this is as straightforward … Continue reading BattleScotch! The Glenlivet 12y v The Glenlivet 15y French Oak Reserve with Ryan & Goran

The Bowmore Collection

Fun in bite sized form.  Picked up this kit from Bowmore a few months ago and am finally getting around to reviewing it.  As you can see, this Collection includes everyone’s favourite 12y, the 15y Darkest (sherry finish) and the 18y.  Reviews for the 15y and 18y will be forthcoming in the next few days. … Continue reading The Bowmore Collection