Whisky Reviews

Glengoyne 10 Old Particular

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Glengoyne 10 Old Particular

Today we will be taking a look at a 10 year old single cask Glengoyne, bottled by the good folks at Douglas Laing.

Glengoyne can boast about many things, but one of the most unique things about this distillery is that, since its inception in 1833, it has been continuously in production.

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Bowmore 21 Old Malt Cask

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Bowmore 21 Old Malt Cask

Bowmore was said to have been established in 1779, exact date is not known due to poor record keeping, but, if true, this would make Bowmore one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland.

Despite being an Islay malt, Bowmore tends to be middle of the road in terms of peat. Peat is measured by parts per million (PPM). Ardbeg/Laphroaig's tend to sit around 50-60 PPM. Bowmore however normally averages out around the 25-30 PPM mark.

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Boutique-y Whisky Company Port Charlotte 14

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Boutique-y Whisky Company Port Charlotte 14
Port Charlotte (Lochindaal Distillery) was the name of a distillery on Islay that was founded in 1829, it however was closed in 1929. It was closed mainly because of prohibition in the USA and the Wall Street Crash of 1928. It is however thought, thanks to some old photos, that this distillery produced a heavily peated whisky.

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