Scotch Whiskies

I’ve begun experimenting with whiskies, below is a chart of some that I’ve tried and what I think of them. Five stars means it’s really fantastic. Three means it’s fine. One means I’d probably drink something else if offered it.

InfoLabelDistilleryCostRatingTags
InfoLabelDistilleryCostRatingTags
InfoOban 14Oban$68
delicious, memorable
InfoSkull Cave WhiskeyGreat Turtle Brewing$N/A
Harsh, hot
InfoDewar’s White LabelDewar's$26
Comfortable, delicious
InfoUsqueabachUsquaebach$160
Intense, powerful, strong
InfoThe Glenlivet 12The Glenlivet$36
slightly peaty, Warm
InfoThe Glenlivet NadurraThe Glenlivet$70
spicy, Warm, yummy
InfoArdbeg 10 YearArdbeg$70
Chewy, Full, Intense
InfoJameson Irish WhiskeyJameson Irish Whiskey$29
Flavorful, Mild, Smooth
InfoSingle Malt Scotch, SpeysideIan Macleod Distillers Limited$40
Comfortable, Happy
InfoWheat and Spire BourbonOak and Eden$50
Cinnamon, Harsh
InfoWheat WhiskyLong Road Distillers$20
Local, Mellow, Warm
InfoStraight American WhiskyLong Road Distillers$40
Alcohol Taste, Local
InfoProper No. Twelve Irish WhiskeyProper No. Twelve$30
grand
InfoMacLeod’s Single Malt Scotch IslayIan Macleod Distillers Limited$30
peat, Pungent, smoke
InfoBallantine’s Finest Blended ScotchGeorge Ballatine and Son$18
Smooth
InfoJura Single Malt Scotch WhiskyJura Distillery$42
smoke, smokey