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[20 Jan 2015 | No Comment | 480 views]
The new Aultmore 12 yo – Review

Continuing this week’s reviews of new releases from the last month or so we arrive at Aultmore.
John Dewar & Sons Ltd. unveiled the  new range of proprietary bottlings from Aultmore distillery only a few weeks ago – forming part of its ‘Last Great Malts’ of Scotland, with the  12-year-old,  21-year-old (in Travel Retail only) and 25-year-old in limited quantities.

The …

Aultmore, Douglas Laing, Headline, Provenance, Tasting Notes »

[30 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 909 views]
Aultmore 5 yo  “Provenance” – Douglas Laing – Commemorative 1,000th Bottling Edition

Being a young whisky does not not automatically make one a lesser whisky, and with all the NAS phenomena going on and just taking over the whisky scene, it’s nice to see examples of independent bottlers indicating – 5 year old on the label, as if saying “I am 5 year old, and I am not ashamed of it, I …

Aultmore, Featured, Headline, Master Of Malt, Speyside, Tasting Notes, Wemyss »

[23 Nov 2012 | One Comment | 1,249 views]
Tasting Two very different Aultmores (MoM, Wemyss)

I recently received to very different samples of Aultmore single cask, the first is a very young CS Aultmore bottled by the chaps at Master of Malt for their proprietary single casks, and the other a much older 30 yo Aultmore bottled by Wemyss Malts, at their regular 46%. A kicking youngster Vs. an older gentleman, could be a very …