Single Malt Whisky Reviews

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Creation Date August 18th, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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Reviews of Single Malt Whiskies!
  1. Indian whisky? Yeah, this is yet another discovery for Nick and Dave in creating this podcast. Turns out, it's a pretty big thing! Who knew? Well this is the first Indian whisky the boys are trying and the first of many for sure. In this pod yo
  2. Have you noticed that over the last few weeks Nick's whisky knowledge seems to have been getting better? He's giving the Whisky God a run for his money. Well it might be because recently he has taken an online course which he was kindly given a
  3. On this weeks podcast, Nick and Dave try the Glenfarclas 15 year old single malt scotch whisky. As well as learning a bit about the company and how the whisky is made, they give their own tasting notes as well as hearing a full review from The
  4. Swedish Whisky? We had no idea either so why not try it!When preparing for this weeks show, Dave followed the Mackmyra distillery on twitter and within an hour, they followed back and asked if we were going to review their whisky. Upon being to
  5. The taste buds are back in Ireland this week as Nick and Dave try something a little different. One of the few peated Irish whiskies, but is it as good as it's Scottish cousins?After two episodes of just Dave and Nick, they are joined this week
  6. This week on Whisky and Things, the boys try the Dalwhinnie 15 year old single malt scotch whisky. It's very different from anything they've had to date, but a real delight. Following last weeks discussions about first gigs, we've heard from a
  7. The boys try their first Glen. The Glenlivet Founders Reserve is the second best selling single malt scotch on the market, so they had to check it out. Find out their thoughts on this, and of course we'll get the Whisky God's views. It's also t
  8. This week the boys go back to Scotland to try out the Talisker 10 year old single malt. You'll hear full tasting notes and a review from the Whisky God as well, who seems to be a little frisky this week, even by his standards. This weeks specia
  9. This week Dave and Nick discover that whisky can be made in their home country. Although there are not a huge amount of English whisky distilleries, the Cotswolds Distillery has found a delightful process and recipe since they started in 2014.
  10. Time for a sophisticated scotch. Nick puts on a suit and sits by his (screensaver) roaring fire as the boys try Lagavulin 16. One of the most loved peaty whiskies for the whisky connoisseur, this one really gets all the senses firing.Marty McFl

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