The Peated Version, in a fantastically styled bottle. Exclusively for Canada, we got bottle 15 of 266.
Another exciting double header from a new distillery for the club, one of the most remote in Scotland! Only producing whisky since 2014, it was a treat to experience Ardnamurchan with so little of its offerings ready/available. We tried both the peated and unpeated versions. Looking forward to what’s to come from this young distillery!
Hello everyone! I am pleased to announce the 8th annual Expensive Taste KW golf tournament to be held at Dundee Country Club on June 18th, 2022. It will be a shotgun starting at 1pm. Tournament details are below! If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the email address on the flyer. Looking forward to seeing everyone come out for this great event that has LOTS of prizes to be won!
Happy 14th Anniversary ETKW! The Crown Jewel of our 14th anniversary celebration: Lost Distilleries of Scotland.
We will update this post after we have sampled the whisky this evening….but I can tell you it smelled fantastic on the pour!!
A rare bottle from 1988 from the dusty shelf of our very own Lee Snetsinger. Great presentation! Sweetness from the port finish is apparent, along with vanilla and oak notes. A great opportunity to taste a unique Speysider.
Matsuyama held off the pack today, despite a +1 final round. Corey Conners had a bit of a collapse near the end of the front 9 taking him out of the running. The results posted here are preliminary pending official prize money results from The Masters. Once the pool results are final we will post the information and the winners! Thanks again to everyone for your participation. We invite you to check out the homepage for information on our upcoming Rich More’s memorial tournament in July.
Matsuyama put up a -7 to lead the pack at -11 after a brief rain delay. A definite highlight was Canadian Corey Conners knocking down the ace on the 6th hole. He’s sitting back 5 strokes of the lead after a strong showing today. Best of luck to everyone in the final round tomorrow!
Well, it wouldn’t be the Masters without some drama! Justin Rose followed up a stellar first round with an even par second. That left a lot of room for players to make up some ground, and make up some ground they did! 10 players had rounds of -4 or better to reduce the gap from 4 strokes to 1. Definitely will make for a great weekend if this keeps up.