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Munching Vidal Blanc on Keuka Lake, New York
Tag Archives: Aberlour
Weeks into our Scotland travels, we needed a break from Scottish beer. As with Aberlour’s 10 Year Whisky (reviewed earlier), a grocery sale inspired us to buy the last bottle of The Macallan, 10 Year Old, Single Malt Whisky. Why … Continue reading
I am reunited with my laptop. Let’s get cracking with Scotland. My gig is wine. I rarely drink whisky. But I had heather-tinted glasses on last August. After weeks in Canada and Iceland, my wife and I were touring Scotland. … Continue reading
For context click: ENTER.THE.HAGGIS. The color here is a clear but average intensity gold. The heavy, glazed legs flaunt a high alcohol. The rim becomes watery midway. The aromas are still in the works: young and mild, reminding me of … Continue reading