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Second Glenrothes Update

A new update of 74 bottles is ready for download. This time we move to Speyside to the Glenrothes distillery. Added on January 6, 2015: Glenrothes 2007 6 yo 67.4 % Adelphi Glenrothes 2007 6 yo 67.2 % Adelphi Glenrothes 1991 22 yo 56.7 % Adelphi Glenrothes 1990 20 yo 58.6 % Adelphi Glenrothes 1969 […]

Second Laphroaig Update

Peat again. Islay again. Big update again. This time I give you 144 bottles of Laphroig. It is not without reason that Laphroaig calls itself one of the most strongly flavoured of all Scotch whiskies. Added on December 18, 2014: Laphroaig 1998 56.2 % Berry Bros & Rudd Laphroaig 1998 58.7 % Berry Bros & […]

Second Ardbeg Update

Today I bring you the largest update to date. 185 bottles of single malt whisky from the Ardbeg distillery on Islay. Did you know that the name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic: Àrd Beag, meaning Little Height? Added on December 4, 2015 Ardbeg 1999 8 yo 58.5 % Adelphi Ardbeg 1998 10 yo 58.8 […]

Royal Brackla Update

This time I have added 24 bottles of Royal Brackla single malt whisky. The Royal Brackla distillery was built in the Highland in 1812 and its whisky was selected by King William IV of the United Kingdom to be his whisky for the Royal Court, which turned Brackla into the benchmark of Quality. Added on […]

Second Kilchoman Update

The second  update for the Islay distillery Kilchoman is ready. Added on October 8, 2014: Kilchoman Autumn 2009 Release, 3 yo, 46.0 % Kilchoman 2006 Vintage Release, 2006, 5 yo, 46.0 & Kilchoman Machir Bay 2012, 46.0 % Kilchoman Sherry Cask Release, 46.0 % Kilchoman 100% Islay The 2nd Edition, 50.0 % Kilchoman Sherry Cask […]

Tamnavulin Update

Sorry for the long waiting. The next iTasteNote Cloud update is ready. This time the Tamnavulin distillery from the the Speyside region was added a long with 13 of their own bottlings. The Tamnavulin distillery actually closed in May 1995 but re-opened in July 2007 and has been active again since then. Added on January […]

Glenfiddich Update

Finally a new iTasteNote Cloud update is ready. This time we are going to Speyside and Glenfiddich and I have found 76 Glenfiddich single malt whiskies that are not already in the iMalt database. Glenfiddich actually means ‘Valley of the Deer’ in Gaelic, hence the presence of a stag symbol on Glenfiddich bottles. Did you […]

Bunnahabhain Update

A new iTasteNote update is ready. This time it is twenty single malt whiskies from the Bunnahabhain Distillery in the Islay region. The distillery shares the name with the village it is located in. The name comes from the Scottish Gaelic name Bun na h-Abhainn, meaning Foot of the River. Added on September 3, 2012: […]

Arran Update

Just added 43 single malts whiskies from the Arran distillery. The Arran distillery is the only distillery on the Isle of Arran. There used to be about fifty distilleries on the island, but most of them were “moonlight” or illegal distilleries.The most recent legally founded distillery on Arran, called ‘Lagg’, closed in 1837. Added on […]

Bladnoch Update

Finally a new update is ready. This time were added 25 single malt whiskies from the Bladnoch distillery in the Lowland region. The distillery is the most southerly distillery in Scotland. Added on July 30, 2012: Bladnoch, NAS, 40.0 % Bladnoch Distiller’s Choice, NAS, 46.0 % Bladnoch Bourbon Matured, 6 YO, 57.3 % Bladnoch Sherry […]