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[4 Feb 2015 | No Comment | 704 views]
More 25 year olders : The brand new Aultmore 25 year old  – Review

more 25 year old malts review this week (more coming tomorrow), and today with a rather different 25 year old : the new Aultmore.
Only released lately, it is a part of the “Last Great Malts” series of whiskies by Bacardi.  This is the oldest in the range (consisting of 12, 21,25) and is quite expensive at almost 300 quid (350 …

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[20 Jan 2015 | No Comment | 1,200 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 | 1,021 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 | 1,336 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 …