A selection of whisky. Eight single Malts and two blends.
The odd ones or Blends are Te Bheag meaning 'a wee dram' but actually meaning the 'little lady'; and Macnamara which is matured on a Rum cask thus imparting a Rum finish to the whisky. A little different and quite pleasant on the palette.
The rest of the group are all single malt whiskys. Highland Park from Orkney; Laphroaig and Ardbeg from Islay; Edradour from Pitlochry which also has the distinction of being Scotland's smallest distillery;Talisker 10yo and Talisker 57 North both from the Isle of Skye;Poit Dhubh which like the two blends comes from the house of Sir Ian Noble on Skye and made under lisence elsewhere; finally Dalwhinnie from of course Dalwhinnie which is the fist place north of Dramochter pass and is just off the A9.
My favourites are Macnamara because of its distinctive Run finish which I enjoy and Edradour which is very smooth, very pleasant on the palette and has a slight sweetness to it.
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