The Caol Ila 1969 is a 17 year old whisky expression, bottled in 1986 by Gordon & Macphail. It’s also the subject of our latest Phil Your Glass review as Phil Dwyer gives his thoughts and tasting notes below. Caol Ila, a real gem when it comes to indie bottles. Some of the most interesting […]
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The Connoisseur’s Choice series is one of the most iconic series from Gordon & Macphail. This week for Phil Your Glass, Phil is reviewing the Kinclaith expression from the series, distilled in 1967 and bottled at 26 years old
In this week’s Phil Your Glass Review, Phil is taking a look at the Glen Albyn 1980. This is a 15 year old expression bottled by Signatory Vintage. Phil gives his full review on this highland single malt below.
The Bruichladdich Octomore series holds the record for some of the most peated whisky in the world, with some bottles at over 300 ppm (phenolic parts per million). Peat is often described as an acquired taste but despite this, peated whisky has developed a huge dedicated following. Phil gives his thoughts and tasting notes on […]
In a whisky world where the battle for the highest age statement is ever ongoing, the Highland Park 8 year old is often overlooked. Our guest reviewer Phil Dwyer shares his thoughts on the Highland Park 8 Year Old from the 1970s in this week’s Phil Your Glass. So, I’m a Highland Park fanboy, I […]
This week Phil is reviewing The Dalwhinnie 1962 20 Year Old. Gordon & Macphail bottled this whisky in 1982 at 40% ABV and Phil’s full review is below. I’ve had a fleeting relationship with Dalwhinnie over the years. It’s something that people love, rightly so, but it’s never got me. Some whiskies grab hold of […]
This week for Phil Your Glass, Phil is reviewing a 1997 Brora bottled by Gordon & Macphail. His full thoughts and tasting notes are below.
In our second installment of Phil Your Glass, Phil is reviewing the Laphroaig 1967 Gordon & Macphail bottling. This is from the Connoisseur’s Choice series and is bottled at 40% ABV. https://littlescholarsnyc.com/ Find his full review and commentary below With peated whisky drawing more and more people into its smoky corridors, trying older examples is […]
It’s no secret that here at Mark Littler Ltd we like to focus on whisky investment and the long term potential of whisky as a luxury asset, that is our area of expertise after all! However, it is impossible to ignore the large, often very vocal, section of whisky fans who want to open and […]