Aberlour is probably my favorite single malt scotch, but its followed very closely by Oban. Actually depending on my mood this could change and Oban might be my favorite for the evening. Oban is a Highland Whisky. There is a little smokiness to the Oban but its not like the strong peaty whiskey from Islay. It has a beautiful gold color with a rich full nose that is at times sweet and then smokey with a little peat. It has a delightful dry finish that is very … more
Dalwhinnie ™ is one of my favorite single malt scotches!!! I came to this much sought-after single malt through allot of years of drinking blended scotch whiskeys like Johnnie Walker Black. However, one has to work their way up to this smoky taste. Among single malt scotch aficionados, Dalwhinnie™ is known for its Long, lingering, surprisingly intense finish that starts sweetly, then gives way to smoke, peat and malt, not typicalof a Highland scotch. It became … more
Highland Single Malts are single malt Scotch whiskies produced in the Highland region of Scotland. This categorization includes the whiskies produced on the islands around the perimeter of Scotland (the Island Single Malts), except for Islay (see Islay whisky).