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Laphroaig Quarter Cask

Luke's take: This was one of my first favourite whiskies. Mainly because it stood out, and didn't taste like "whisky" in the general sense. It's still a whis...

The Macallan Fine Oak 12 year old

Kev's take: Pale Straw…This is how Macallan describes the colour of this very fine whisky and, in all honesty, it does not sound very appealing at all. I am ...

The Octomore 6.1 by Bruichladdich

Luke's take: It's always going to be hit and miss when distilleries try and make something for the sake of it. Most heavily peated whiskies are produced ...

Trying out the Bisquit Perfect Serve

I don't drink brandy often, at least not if there's a good whisky or gin around, and I'm not really sure why. It could be the Klippies & Coke vibe that I'm...

Grant’s 18 year old

Kev's take: So let's start with some thanks. This bottle was One Minute Whisky's very first bottle sent to us for a review and I think that means it'll alw...

Concertmaster by Kavalan

Luke's take: Right off the bat a major redeeming factor was Kavalan's use of Port casks. I know I have a bias towards whisky kept in sweet barrels, and a...

Highland Park 12yr Old

Kev's take: This bottle was bought to South Africa by the Checkers Private Barrel Company and what makes it different from the regular Highland Park 12 y...

Glen Grant 16yr Old

Kev's take: This is middle of the road whisky for me. It doesn't do anything especially wonderful but it doesn't do anything wrong either. It's definitely dr...

Scottish Barley by Bruichladdich

Kev's take: If I were to base this review purely on the packaging, it would get 10/5. It is really beautiful, comes in a quality case and deserves pride of p...