Oslo Whisky Club by SlàinteMhath

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This single malt whisky was matured in three different types of wood: American, Spanish and Japanese oak. The Vale of Yamazaki was the birthplace of Japanese whisky in 1923.
This Blend from Douglas Lain was named after the mouse from the poem "To a Mouse" of Robert Burns. It is blend of the whiskies from the distilleries Blair Athol, Glen Garioch, Dalmore and Glengoyne. Nose: It starts sweet, then it becomes floral with...
Triple distillation makes this Irish blended whiskey very smooth and easy to enjoy. The "dew" in the name is derived from the initials of distillery founder Daniel E. Williams.
This intensely malty and fruity single malt whiskey comes from the Northeast of the Republic of Ireland. The name means "Land of the O'Donnells" in Gaelic. The name became famous through the successful race horse of the same name.
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