Bain’s 15 year old Single Grain Whisky

Bain’s Single Grain Whisky   South African single Grain whisky is once again under the microscope at the ocdwhisky headquarters but this time I am delighted to have the 15 year old version at hand. This is the new edition recently released into the travel retail market..Initially there was 2000 bottles released around June 2018…

Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky

The James Sedgwick Distillery Officially founded in 1886 the James Sedgwick Distillery ( which is the only commercial whisky distillery on the continent of Africa ) has only been producing whisky since 1990 and is well known for the Three Ships brands that are also produced at this versatile distillery. This Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky…

North British 26 year old Batch 5 – That Boutique-y Whisky Company

It’s day 6 from the Boutiquey Whisky Company Advent Calendar.. And we have this 26 year old north British single grain.. The North British Distillery Company was established in 1885 by Andrew Usher, William Sanderson and John Crabbie. They built the Distillery on the outskirts of Edinburgh and started producing spirit in the September of…

North British 27yo Single Grain.. That Boutique-y Whisky Company.

It’s raining grain.. Ok let me explain, at the time of writing this review here in the uk we are in the middle of the harvest season, it only seems right I review a single grain whisky ! That Boutique-y Whisky Company is at the moment bottling some stupendous single grains !! And this North…

Cambus 24yo.. That Boutique-y Whisky Company.

The Cambus Distillery dates back to around 1806 when John Mowbray converted a derelict mill situated next to the river Devron close to the Forth estuary. The business was registered in 1813 with land registration coming soon after, 1823 see’s  the distillery producing its first grain whisky.  In 1851 the Distillery was expanded and a…

Cameronbridge 24yo, Batch 2 “ That Boutique-y Whisky Company.

Cameronbridge Distillery It’s all about the Grain.. Cameronbridge Distillery was originally  founded back in 1813 by John Edingon and co but did not obtain a legal license until 1824 when Home Haig ( one of the founders of DCL which later became UDV and Diageo)  originally set it up as a malt distillery but was…