Guest Review! Auchentoshan Three Wood By Daniel Küpper

Editor’s note: this one came in at the perfect time, another review By Daniel Küpper and this one on Canada Day so I can go party with no interruptions! Thanks, Daniel!       Hi there, Auchentoshan Nice to meet you Some whiskys can be found in almost every bar all around the world. Although I […]

Guest Review! Auchentoshan Three Wood By Daniel Küpper

BattleScotch! anCnoc 12y v Auchentoshan 12y with Ryan, Goran & Bowick

It’s the Highland v Lowland 12y scotches that start with ‘A’ BattleScotch! We haven’t had a lot of lowlands and don’t have a full impression of the regional qualities yet, but this little contest helped a bit, highlighting the differences. Here’s what we thought: smell Ryan – anCnoc 12y Simon – anCnoc 12y Goran – […]

BattleScotch! anCnoc 12y v Auchentoshan 12y with Ryan, Goran & Bowick

ScotchParty Review #4 – Auchentoshan 12y with Dan, Goran, Ryan, Ashley, Jared & Bowick

Sounds German, tastes Scottish.  A quick Google for “etymology auchentoshan” reveals it’s just very old Gaelic from a branch that hasn’t made its way into common Scots English. Apparently this is both “the Glasgow whisky” AND “the breakfast whisky” which leads me to believe a Glasgow brunch is a good place to get punched in […]

ScotchParty Review #4 – Auchentoshan 12y with Dan, Goran, Ryan, Ashley, Jared & Bowick

Auchentoshan 21y with Katherine at the Whisky Cafe

First up at the Whisky Cafe, we opted for the oldest Auchentoshan available.  It had been on Katherine’s list for a while and it seemed like the perfect chance to try it. Rather than invite judgment, I stuck to neat for all the drinks in Montreal.  I know I’ve said that you should drink your […]

Auchentoshan 21y with Katherine at the Whisky Cafe