Watt Whisky tasting

Yesterday I had the pleasure of getting to know Watt Whisky during an online tasting. If you’re thinking “wait, Watt?”, Watt Whisky is a label of the Campbeltown Whisky Company owned by Mark and Kate Watt. Mark has had an illustrious career in the whisky industry, previously having worked for both Duncan Taylor and Cadenhead,… Continue reading Watt Whisky tasting

La Maison du Rhum – Mauritius – Batch 03

Coming from the fairly new Chamarel distillery, this is one of the very first rums from pure sugarcane juice that I’ve bought, and the first to be reviewed on this blog. Chamarel cultivates their own sugarcane on site, selecting the varieties themselves and harvesting by hand. The white rum is usually distilled using a barbet… Continue reading La Maison du Rhum – Mauritius – Batch 03

Johnnie Walker Ghost & Rare – Pittyvaich

Even though Johnnie Walker is the most sold Scotch blended whisky on the planet, it’s often overlooked or even looked down upon by aficionados and enthusiast customers. While admittedly it’s entry Red Label expression is more aimed at blends, a lot of their higher priced offerings are passed by as well. Black Label is still too simple, Blue Label… Continue reading Johnnie Walker Ghost & Rare – Pittyvaich

La Maison du Rhum – Venezuela – Batch 3

Rum has been growing in popularity for a couple of years now, yet despite the occasional tasting or festival, never grabbed me in the same way whisky did. It seemed all it took was one enthusiastic ambassador and a couple of rums in varying styles to open my eyes to the diversity in the world… Continue reading La Maison du Rhum – Venezuela – Batch 3