Month: February 2019

Review #1029 – WhistlePig 10yr Single Barrel Rye, Magruder’s Selection

WhistlePig is a hybrid spirits operation in Vermont that has previously staked its claim on importing rye whiskey from Alberta to age and bottle in Vermont. In the past, I’ve bumped into some of their single barrel ryes and found them really enjoyable. In recent months, WhistlePig has made a switch to digging up some older MGP rye stock for their 10 year old single barrel barrel proof rye, as well. As a result, I have set out to try 25 WhistlePig single barrel ryes to get a lay of the land. They were arranged, poured and blinded by a generous fellow who loves rye as much (or very plasuibly more so) than I do. There are one or two non-WhistlePig ryes in here, also, so the stakes are pretty high. All blind, all in. Welcome to the 2019 Ryenaissance.

Review #1028 – Glenmorangie 12yr Quinta Ruban, Port Cask Finish

​Review #1028 | Scotch Review #350 – Glenmorangie 12yr Quinta Ruban Port Cask Finish The Schtick: This is a Glenmorangie expression that takes the 10yr core expression and finishes it for 2 additional years in a ruby port cask. Distiller: Glenmorangie Bottler: Glenmorangie ABV: 43% ABV Age: 12 Years Nose: Sweet stewed fruits. Syrupy sweetness, figs, dates, currants and berries. Light …