Monthly Archives: June 2013

Dun Bheagan Islay 2003 – 24 June 2013

Produced at: Distillery Lagavulin
Description: The distillery was founded in 1816 on the South shore of Islay, also known as ‘Kildalton’. The Lagavulin distillery was
built a year after neighbours Laphroaig and Ardbeg and almost a century before the Malt Mill distillery was erected on the grounds of Lagavulin. The Islands and Islay: Pronounced “eye-luh,” Islay is the most famous whisky-producing island in Scotland. Home to ten working distilleries today, Islay is known for its robust, smoky, and heavily peated whisky.
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Old Pulteney 21 Year Old 17 June 2013

Old Pulteney 21Yo has been on my wish list of whiskies to taste since the early days of PWS Upper Canada.  Having been afforded the privilege of  presenting a range 4 bottle ($150+) of Scotch, I decided that it was … Continue reading

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The Balvenie Signature Aged 12 Years – 13 June 2013

While I was quickly researching this, I was surprised to learn that this expression is now retired, as of today at the LCBO there are 946 bottles still left at the LCBO, given it was part of their core range. … Continue reading

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