Review : Laphroaig 10 Years

A canvas, pitch black with a plethora of dim neon white lights and the brush of ivory hue extending from one corner to the other. Swords, all green pointed in a multitude of directions with glass crystal shards scattered across and a cloud of earie mist hovering silently outwardly over this plane of dark fluid-metal….

Review : Bruichladdich The Laddie Eight

Islay whiskies have a charm about themselves, be it the cold sea breeze or the near silence that surrounds you only to be broken by water brushing against the shore. To the avid scotch enthusiast the region’s produce is considered to be scotch-epitome; home to mighty peat monsters like the Octomore series humbling even the…