Single malts are a hobby I initiated when I turned 50.  Perhaps I was unknowingly inspired by the words of William Faulkner?

“There is no such thing as bad whiskey. Some whiskeys just happen to be better than others. But a man shouldn’t fool with booze until he’s fifty; then he’s a damn fool if he doesn’t.”

It is a fun journey, walking through the diverse selections of single malts.  I share my experiences, not as a expert on single malts, rather as observations from my casual stroll through the many varieties of expression.

I have also found, with years of sampling various ages and expressions, that my tastes and preferences are both unique and likely to evolve over time.   I do not pretend that it makes my newer tasting notes any more profound, they just reflect the comparative context of a longer journey.

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