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Glenturret, Headline, Tasting Notes, The Maltman »

[19 Jan 2014 | No Comment | 724 views]
Glenturret 30 yo (The Malt Man)

Been a while since I reviewed a single cask bottling from the Maltman which is a small IB from Glasgow. I’ve previously tasted a few of their single casks, and this has been sitting patiently for review for a few months. Now it’s time. Glenturret is not a distillery I get to taste much, and this is indeed the first …

Headline, Strathmill, Tasting Notes, The Maltman, Uncategorized »

[5 Jun 2013 | 3 Comments | 1,162 views]
Strathmill 21 yo (The Maltman)

Strathmill single malt? when have you seen a bottle of that on a whisky shelf recently? Odds are you you have not, since this distillery (owned by Diageo) is not really into selling single malt , but rather distils malt for use in the various Diageo blends, or something of the like. I’ve googled it, and found out it has …

Cask Strength, Featured, Glenrothes, Headline, Tasting Notes, The Maltman »

[23 Apr 2013 | No Comment | 994 views]
Glenrothes 18 single cask (The Maltman)

I quite like the Glenrothes, but sadly they have been bottling their OBs at low ABV, using Caramel, and it’s rather sad to see their splendid malt ending its life that way. Of course older vintages are nicer,but also quite expensive. Here’s a fine example of how good an 18 Cask sample (at CS) indie can be. This one was …

Arran, Featured, Headline, Tasting Notes, The Maltman »

[24 Jan 2013 | One Comment | 1,513 views]
Arran 14–The Maltman

Last week I reviewed a nice Bowmore 21 from this label, and today a younger 14 year old arran. I have tasted quite a few arrans in recent months, and found that the older they are the better i like them (see this Arran vertical from quite some time ago.) So , at 14 i was looking forward to a …

Headline, Independent Bottling, Islay, Tasting Notes, The Maltman, bowmore »

[15 Jan 2013 | One Comment | 1,382 views]
The MaltMan Bowmore  1989 21 yo

Thrilled to feature a brand new Indie bottler today , The Maltman. This label is bottled by the Meadowside blending Co. located in Glasgow. I have to admit this is the first time I’ve tasted their single casks, and find them rather nice. One downside is that all of them are watered down to about 46% rather than CS, which …