Whisky Nerd



The Maturation Experiment, Nerd-style

The experiment is about seeing how ABV influences the speed of maturation. I bought some laboratory equipment for this experiment. 500 ml Erlenmeyer glasses Measuring beaker, Silicone plugs Distilled water, 96% Alcohol, American oak medium toast wood chips. After measuring... Continue Reading →

The 2017 iLaddie Nerd Award, update

Who are the contenders in this years Annual Global International iLaddie Whisky Nerd Awards 2017, till now? Who is bound to loose? Who will win? Since I haven't learned from some drams and have not tasted them either, or haven't... Continue Reading →

Laddie Crew Valinch 25 – Becky Codd

The Laddie Crew Valinch 25 - Becky Codd by Bruichladdich distillery is special to me. It is special to me because off the special way I was able to receive one of these bottles. John Eirik contacted me in the beginning... Continue Reading →

What would you buy with €800

Question? What whisky or whiskeys would you buy if you had a €800 budget? Please comment your suggestions  

#RSWFW: A: Peaty, 3. Medicinal, Germoline

The congener of “Germolene” is parts of the “medicinal” sub category as part of the “peaty” head category. For an overview one can look at this page on the “the good scents company” website. This website does not have a... Continue Reading →

The Octomore bottle, who makes it?

I was wondering something. I was wondering where the Bruichladdich Octomore Bottle comes from. I mean someone has to make it ... right? Right, someone does! The bottle is made by the "Saverglass" company. The Saverglass company makes a very... Continue Reading →

Blending Bruichladdich LaddieMP5

I have been having a bit of a crappy day. So I decided to do something fun! I decided I wanted to have a good Port Charlotte Cask Strength Whisky tonight. These drams are absolutely amazing by themselves. You can... Continue Reading →

Unboxing Highland Park Fire Edition

This is a blog entry that shows how to unbox a box. The box is given to me by the kind people of Typhoon Hospitality, who represent Highland Park in the Netherlands. Thank you Renee and Lisa! I will post... Continue Reading →

#RSWFW: A: Peaty, 1. Burnt, Soot

The congener of “soot” is parts of the “burnt” sub category as part of the “peaty” head category. “Burnt” is a congener that is chemically linked to a lot of chemicals. For an overview one can look at this page on... Continue Reading →

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