Whisky

Highland Journey Scotch is worth the trek to the store

By Wyatt / May 15, 2018 / Comments Off on Highland Journey Scotch is worth the trek to the store

Highland Journey is a brand new blended malt from Hunter Laing & Company. It is inspired by a train journey in the 1950’s, when Stewart Laing’s father took him to the Highlands to visit distilleries, igniting his passion for whisky. Highland Journey includes only malt whiskies from Highland distilleries such as Blair Athol, Clynelish, and…

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Oban 18-Year-Old is the mature choice for single malt Scotch

By Wyatt / March 25, 2018 / Comments Off on Oban 18-Year-Old is the mature choice for single malt Scotch

Oban is the frontier between the West Highlands and the Islands; the meeting place between land and sea. This perfect, sheltered harbor makes it the principal seaport for the Isles and the capital of the West Highlands. This misty, briny character, with a background of heather and peat, is perfectly echoed in the malt whisky…

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Dalmore’s Scotch line is quite endearing

By Wyatt / November 8, 2017 / Comments Off on Dalmore’s Scotch line is quite endearing

The Dalmore is a quintessential Highland Scotch whisky, with a long and storied pedigree ranking it among Scotland’s most renowned single malts. To commemorate both their second anniversary and Veteran’s Day, Wyatt’s Wet Goods is hosting a special free tasting of Dalmore products this Saturday. The flagship 12 year old, 15 year, and their Cigar…

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Dalwhinnie 15 Single Malt Scotch Whisky: a classic worth trying

By Wyatt / October 1, 2017 / Comments Off on Dalwhinnie 15 Single Malt Scotch Whisky: a classic worth trying

Long considered one of the classic whiskies of Scotland, Dalwhinnie 15 Years Old is a welcoming, satisfying single malt that exemplifies the Highland style. Like the finer things in life, it is simple, yet flawless. It is crisp and clean, but full of character. Renowned for its smoothness, this single malt fully benefits from its…

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