Tasting notes from a surprised empty whisky glass


A good spirit of unity is what whisky brings about so well

I was happily surprised the other night while working a shift at Dr. Jekyll’s when I spotted the Spirit of Unity bottling on the shelf. This ultra special and limited bottling was done in financial and brotherly support of the Japanese catastrophe’s in March, and the earthquake in New Zealand the previous month. The seven independent distilleries that donated a cask each, and all others involved with creating this whisky of just 2,000 bottles were sold exclusively by Royal Mile Whiskies and Loch Fyne Whiskies on this side of the world, while a few other shops in Japan and New Zealand sold out the rest.

Here’s what I found in that empty whisky glass…

Green skinned fruits, malt, slight smokey hint and bonfire, young whisky, peated malt all topped up with something nicely toasty.

The empty whisky glass

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