“Exactly what you would expect from a Laphroaig.”, (Region: Speyside, Style: all rounder, Price: approx: £35). Chosen by Geraldine Murphy, manager at The Pot Still whisky bar in Glasgow: “You can’t beat this wonderful little dram, one of my favourites, it’s a big delicious sherry monster. It really is remarkably good.”, (Region: Islay, Style: Smokey big hitter, Price: approx. £35).

“The mouthfeel is pure velvet, the smokiness is subtle, the fruity notes aren’t overwhelming – this is simply a fantastic whisky.”, (Region: Islay, Style: sweet and smoky, Price: approx. “Mostly though, I’ve chosen it because it is the dram that made me realise I wanted to be part of this industry years ago. He can also sometimes be found behind the bar at the world famous Potstill bar in Glasgow where he continues to enhance his whisky knowledge built up over 10 years advising customers from all over the world on the wonders of our national drink. £40). Chosen by Anne-Sophie Bigot, international whisky blogger at thewhiskylady.net: “My ‘best whisky’ would be Highland Park 18, its quality/price ratio is unbeatable,  it is widely available and easy to find, and I can enjoy it whatever the occasion. foodanddrink@scotsman.com, For advertising queries, please contact Delicious!”, (Region: Highland, Style: light and sweet, Price: approx £35). Best Scotch Under $50: Old Pulteney 12 Years Single Malt Scotch Whisky Far at the northern end of the Highlands region is Old Pulteney, a distillery that popped up to satiate local fishing … (Region: Islay, Style: Smokey big hitter, Price: approx. “It tastes exactly how you think a whisky should taste, totally balanced sweet and fruit flavours.

Recently, his first book was published. £55), Chosen by Becky Paskin, editor at Scotchwhisky.com: “People have been scared away from whiskies without age statements lately, but this lightly smoky expression from Islay’s Ardbeg distillery, which is bursting with rich fruitcake and spices, is one of the best value single malts you can buy.”, (Region: Highland, Style: coastal and sweet, Price: £75). or call 0131 311 7238, Walkers is releasing sausage roll flavoured crisps - here’s when you can buy them, How to carve a pumpkin step by step: best methods and face ideas, Masterchef finalist Dean Banks opens high end chippy Haarbour in St Andrews, Scran season 2: Down at the pumpkin patch, The Whisky Hammer to auction 78 year old Macallan - which has a £10,000 starting bid, Pickering’s festive gin baubles are back for Christmas 2020 – here’s why there’s a limited supply this year, Glenglassaugh to release a collection of cask bottlings, Scotland's Larder: Marian Bruce and Simon Montador from Highland Boundary, Scotland’s Larder: Meet Gregorie Marshall from Blackthorn Salt in Ayrshire, Scotland’s Larder: Meet Iain Macrury from Salar Smokehouse on South Uist, The best places to pick pumpkins in Scotland this Halloween, 10 of the best Scotch whiskies for beginners to try out, The Spanish Butcher, Glasgow, restaurant review, Distillery of the week: Bowmore Distillery, Islay, A history of the square sausage, including a recipe for making your own, 10 of the best Scotch whiskies (chosen by experts), The history of morning rolls, including a recipe for making your own, 16 things you (probably) didn’t know about Irn-Bru. (Region: N/A , Style: Blended whisky/sherry bomb, Price: £30). “The Glen Alba has a rich aroma, dry overall, with a trace of white pepper: fruitcake moistened with rum and decorated with glacé angelica, with white coffee on the side. Buchanan’s Select 15 years. Get in touch with us at As chosen by leading whisky expert Charles MacLean: “I wasn’t surprised when Lidl’s range won all of their awards, they really are excellent drams that are incredibly reasonably priced. solutions@scotsman.com Chosen by Blair Bowman, whisky writer and founder of World Whisky Day: “Well if I had to choose only one single malt to drink until the day I die I think I’d go for Benromach 10 year old. Driven by a passion for all things drinks-related, Sean writes for The Scotsman extensively on the subject. “Although proving a little harder to get just now due to stock issues I believe you can still get it from Whisky Exchange/Master of Malt at a good price.”, (Region: Lowland, Style: light and sweet, Price: approx.

Chosen by Jason Thomson, blogger at the Edinburgh Whisky Blog: “Even though Tomatin used to be one of the largest distilleries in Scotland, it still flies under the radar of many a whisky drinker.


“On top of all this, it is absolutely delicious capturing sweetness, saltiness, oak and peat. Dubbed Gin Galore, it explores Scotland's best gins and the stories behind those that make them. Springbank is the epitome a whisky with a sense of people and place.”. This whisky has an herbal nose, silky texture, and cooling … Laphroaig Quarter Cask. At 43% Abv it gives it that extra bit of oomph and a juicy and chewy mouth feel. “It has a lovely sweetness delightfully balanced by salty, coastal notes – it should be a staple of every home whisky bar.”, (Region: Highland, Style: Rich and fruity, Price: approx. It’ll make you rethink this region.”, (Region: Campbeltown, Style: rich, fruity and briny, Price: approx: £37). “That looks to be changing though as their upgraded packaging and fresh, light spirit begin to win fans around the world.”, (Region: Highland, Style: rich and fruity with hints of smoke, Price: approx £110). Chosen by Sean Murphy of the Scotsman Food and Drink: “A malt from the only distillery doing everything themselves, hiring local people and promoting a community first attitude in an industry often criticised for its corporate approach. 10 of the best Scotch whiskiesrecommendationsTop Storiestop tenwhisky, Do you have a food or drink story to tell? £ 40) As chosen by … Chosen by Mark Connelly, co-founder of Glasgow’s Whisky Festival: “Old Pulteney is rich without being too off-putting for some, like the Islay whiskies, and it is consistent and affordable. The GlenDronach Revival 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch, “Best In Show Whiskey" at the 2020 San ...[+] Francisco World Spirits Competition GlenDronach. $50 to $75 8. £70 ), Chosen by Craig Johnstone (@whiskycraig), distiller at Lark Distillery, Tasmania: “Lowland malts are often overlooked, yet this Amontillado Sherry Cask finished Glenkinchie has a great mouthfeel, with notes of rich dark fruits, biscuit sweetness and an unmistakable Lowland subtlety and complexity. As chosen by whisky blogger Scotch Trooper (@scotch_trooper): “A smokey and sweet dram that will surely beg for your attention.

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