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Bladnoch Forum, Cambus, Cask Strength, Headline, Independent Bottling, Lowlands, Single Grain, Tasting Notes »

[22 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 1,221 views]
Tasting Cambus 24 yo  (Bladnoch Forum)

Moving back in time to the remains of my Bladnoch bottle share samples. This time we’re dealing with Cambus (Camb-what?! you ask?), So, yeah. Cambus WAS a grain distillery located in the lowlands and was closed in 1993. Most Single malt snobs (mainly those who don’t have a clue) do not drink Grain whisky, although those who have tried some …

Bladnoch Forum, Cask Strength, Cragganmore, Featured, Headline, Single Cask, Tasting Notes »

[2 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 1,477 views]
Quick Dram : Cragganmore 19 yo (Bladnoch Forum bottling)

Continuing my Bladnoch tastings notes (from a very old bottle share, I don’t even remember when it took place). This Cragganmore was distilled on the 8th March 1991 and aged for 19 years in a single hogshead before bottling on the 12th July 2010, by the Bladnoch Forum, as a release of 281 bottles. Until now I’ve not been overwhelmed …

Bladnoch Forum, Cask Strength, Featured, Headline, Inchgower, Independent Bottling, Speyside, Tasting Notes »

[14 May 2012 | No Comment | 1,266 views]
Quick Dram : Bladnoch Forum Inchgower 28 yo

A long due tasting note from an almost forgotten bottle share arranged by my good whisky friend from the NL, Sjoerd.  This Inchgower was distilled on the 20th June 1982 and aged for 28 years in hogshead number 6966 before bottling at cask strength on the 5th August 2010 for the Bladnoch forum. Total of 222 bottles.
I have not tasted …

Bladnoch Forum, Cask Strength, Featured, Headline, Highlands, Independent Bottling, Single Cask, Tasting Notes, scotch »

[9 Feb 2012 | 2 Comments | 1,959 views]
Bladnoch Forum Bottlings Take I : Teaninich 27 yo

A few months ago my good whisky friend Sjoerd announced another one of his famous bottle shares, this time a Bladnoch forum bottling share. Bladnoch in addition to being a distillery do operate as IB, and as such offer quite a few such bottling. I must confess it took me a lot of time to reach those samples, as my …