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2x Single Malt Scotch Whisky from a Young Distillery: Nc’Nean Organic & Dalmunach 3yo (Review Flight)

2x Single Malt Scotch Whisky from a Young Distillery (Nc'Nean NcNean Organic Dalmunach Highlands Speyside Tasting Notes Blog BarleyMania)

Currently, whisky distilling is experiencing a golden dawn. In the last couple of years, many young production sites with fresh minds have opened up their gates and heated their stills. Many of them are now releasing their first whiskies. In the following, I will introduce two drams (more…)

2x Scotch Whisky by DeinWhisky.de – Arran & The GlenAllachie (Review Flight)

2x Single Cask Exclusive by DeinWhisky.d (Arran The GlenAllachie Malt Scotch Whisky BarleyMania)

Recently, I was lucky to taste the latest two exclusives from German online shop DeinWhisky.de. Both are Scotch whiskies. Both are single casks. Both are ten years old. Both were distilled in 2009 and bottled in 2020. Both spent their full maturation time amidst sherry-treated wood. (more…)

3 Joint Bottlings by DeinWhisky.de and Mancarella Whisky – 18yo, 26yo and 35yo (Review Flight)

Exclusive Joint Bottlings by DeinWhisky.de & Mancarella (Single Malt Blended Scotch Whisky Sherry Tasting Notes BarleyMania)

This is a first for me. Before I sat down with these samples from DeinWhisky.de, I had never heard of Mancarella Whisky, a small indie bottler based in the town of Herrenberg near Stuttgart. A quick Whiskybase research showed that they started their business in 2017. (more…)

2x Single Malt Whisky from Whic: Glenrothes 22yo & Ledaig 12yo (Review Flight)

2x Independent Bottling from Whic.de - Glenrothes & Ledaig (Speyside Islands Sherry Malt Whisky Scotch Tasting Notes BarleyMania)

I am always happy to fetch new samples from Whic.de out of my mailbox. After all, their bottlings are usually of top quality and great appeal two attributes that also apply to their most recent whisky duo. It consists of a Glenrothes 22yo (proudly flying the “Amazing Whiskies” flag) (more…)

4x “Landscape of Taste” by Whic.de – Glengoyne, Tobermory & more (Review Flight)

4x Landscape of Taste Whisky by Whic.de (Single Malt Cask Blog Tasting Notes BarleyMania)

The “Landscape of Taste” is an exciting territory to explore. While traveling it, you will pass hills of peat, gardens of fruit, fields of spice, forests of wood, clouds of smoke and a myriad of other oh-so-lovely domains. But how do I enter this mystical realm, you might ask. (more…)

3 Single Casks from DeinWhisky.de – Glendronach, Tamdhu & Benromach (Review Flight)

3x Single Cask Whisky Bottlings by DeinWhisky.de (Glendronach Tamdhu Benromach Scotch Tasting Notes Blog)

Today, I continue my introduction of the exclusive bottlings currently available at DeinWhisky.de. Whereas part one included three expressions from independent companies, part two features three distillery bottlings. They all share a similar age (12 to 13 years) and origin (Speyside). (more…)

3 Indie Bottlings from DeinWhisky.de – Tobermory & Laphroaig (Review Flight)

3x Exclusive Indie Bottling by DeinWhisky.de with Claxton's and Malts of Scotland (Tobermory Laphroaig Single Cask Scotch Whisky)

German mailorder DeinWhisky.de carries a great selection of malts, grains and blends from all over the world – including a number of exclusives. They regularly cooperate with distilleries and indie bottlers to bring special releases to their online shop. (more…)

2x Single Malt Whisky from Myken and Whic (Review Flight)

Single Malt Scotch Scandinavian Whisky by Myken and Bunnahabhain (Whic Peat Islay Norway Blog Tasting Notes)

Most of the time when I review samples, I try to group them together thematically. For example, I have done review flights for whiskies that all came from the same company, the same product line or the same country. In this case, however, there is not really a common thread. (more…)

3x “Nymphs of Whisky” by Whic.de – Arran, Craigellachie & Secret Speyside (Review Flight)

Recently, Whic.de released Batch 2 of its “Nymphs of Whisky” series. It consists of four single cask releases from Scotland, namely a Glen Moray 11yo, an Arran 13yo, a Craigellachie 12yo and a Secret Speyside 14yo. The Glen Moray, I already introduced here on BarleyMania (more…)