Re: Islay, Anonymous and cask strength
A great question, and no he's not a plant. Due to the inconvenience of the Edinburgh International Festival, the Fringe, Jazz, Book, TV, and chocolate biscuit (I made that last one up) festivals there will not be a venue available in August, unless of course you know different. And as I'm on holiday for the rest of July (off to Speyside) the next tasting will be...
September 3rd :- Inverness
for this tasting Inverness wil be interpreted as ;-
Glen Albyn 15yo from Royal Mile Whiskies 40% (a limited chance to try one of the closed distilleries at a relatively low age)
Ord - Cadenheads have recently bottled a 12yo cask strength although their 22yo is also attractive
Millburn 31yo again Cadenheads but perhaps one of my top 10 drams currently in the shop. bit pricey for the budget though.
Royal Brackla 12yo guess what another Cadenheads, 12yo cask strength
Glen Mhor - a bit stuck here any suggestions? What about the 28yo Rare Malt? Anybody tried it?
Confirmed details to follow.