Submitted by Philip Storry on
Has there ever been a bad outturn from the SMWS? Not that I recall...
This one brings us some less frequent visitors to the Society in the form of a Rosebank, a Caledonian, a Glen Ord, and an Inchmurrin.
There were also two Glen Morays - not unprecedented, but unusual - and a Highland Park.
My favourites were the Rosebank, Highland Park, and the Caledonian - the Rosebank predictably sold out quickly, as did the Highland Park, but the Caledonian lingered as grains seem to do.
The only oddity was the Port Charlotte, which was peatier on the day of release than it was on the following day... My taste buds, or a change in the whisky? More research is required!