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Klaus Doblmann
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Graphics designer by trade and passionate about great malts, homebrew, linux and film photography.
Graphics designer by trade and passionate about great malts, homebrew, linux and film photography.

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Kicking the tasting for the new year off in style with a 45-year-old Glen Grant. I hope you like bees!
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A look back and a look forward - but in a slightly different fashion this year! Read on to find out!
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As the whisky world spins at an ever-increasing pace and aspiration for "the next thing" gets ahold of fans of the amber nectar maybe it's time to take a step back instead of getting caught in the hamster wheel...
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Climbing up the age mountain in our Highland Park vertical tasting, we have arrived at the summit with the 40-year old. Is it the best too? Read on to find out!
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Time to up the game in this vertical Highland Park tasting and pour the 30 yo! How does it compare to the previously tasted 21- and 25-year-olds?
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Next up in the vertical tasting series is the 25-year-old Highland Park, driven by European oak. Is it worth the price tag of ca. 400€? Read on!
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Tasting the 21-year-old Highland Park as the first in a flight of whiskies up to the 40-year-old! How does this youngest "sipling" fare?
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Three distilleries - all big names and sought-after drams - were announced to be revived in a span of just two days, something unprecedented. Let's take a look at what's happening, the history and what chance these new projects could offer!
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What defines a "fun" whisky? What makes a dram truly "unique" in a sea of marketing claims? Using an ancient barley variety definitely counts - let's see how fun this Bruichladdich Bere Barley really is!
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