The legend of the Cuban cigar seems to grow stronger every year and it only helps to feed the bootleggers. The infograph below, WHILE NOT 100% ACCURATE, provides a great starting point in determining if you’re looking at a fake Cuban or a real Cuban.
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Aged 9 years in refill bourbon casks, then another 3 years in claret casks
Sweet and juicy. Ripe berries and vanilla cream. Burnt brown sugar and chocolate milkshake. Candle wax/smoke. Peppery, flinty and metallic.
Rich, smooth and oily. Cranberry juice, dark chocolate, liquorice and sultanas. Coffee bitterness and oaky spiciness. The faintest hint of earthy peat and brine. Read more →
This is my first review. Not because it’s my favorite scotch (it’s not) nor because it’s my first scotch (it’s not) but because I’ve recently decided to review everything I have, and this bottle is almost gone.
So without further ado:
Including: Talisker, Linkwood, Cragganmore, Caol Ila. ABV: 43% $80, Purchased Christmas 2011. Read more →
Two-color, Barber Pole style cigar, a rather stylish Ogre. Part of Asylum 13 line, this 7×70, delivers hints of hay, cream, coco, vanilla, and more.
Malt master David Stewart’s latest creations are set to reach US stores late Oct. Check out the traditional oak single barrel and TUN 1509!
We’ve talked about the Ardbeg Galileo (12 y/o) and the Uigeadail (? y/o), but this younger version is pretty wild. Check out our TEN review.