Submitted by Philip Storry on
The July outturn had an interestig mix of wood - a little more sherry than usual, and plenty of first fill bourbon.
There are two bottlings with limited edition labels - the Clynelish and the Bowmore. Both were excellent.
The Dailuaine and the Glenrothes are both wonderful examples of older whiskies, elegant and very well constructed.
That having been said, by volume my favourite of the outturn seems to be the Linkwood - it was excellent every time I went back to it, and I went back to it a lot. It only scored 3.5/5, but it's so drinkable. And we've had a lot of hot summer's days this June... *hic*