Hennessy V.S

This is literally my first time drinking Hennessy, I have been thinking of trying cognac for a while now and of course Hennessy was the natural choice. Cognac is a type of brandy produced in France, an eau de vie. It is aged for a minimum of two years, the longer they age the smoother […]

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The Glenlivet

When it comes to whiskey, I usually drink Johnnie Walker Black label, but a friend of mine pointed out the fact that it is a blended Scotch whisky (Scotch WHISKY is spelt without the “e”) and that if I am serious about my whiskey I should be drinking single malt. A single malt Scotch whisky is […]

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The Chocolate Block

I recently got to enjoy a 2015 bottle of The Chocolate Block. A 71% Syrah (Shiraz*), 15% Grenache, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cinsault and 1% Viognier blend. The 1675 barriques were produced entierly from Swartland fruit. It has blackberry and red berry fruit aromas, also a little spicy. The Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon give it […]

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Moscato

The name “Moscato” sounds so cool, I wish it was red and that it was my favourite wine so that I could say it all the time but unfortunately it’s none of the two. It is made from the Muscat grape (Which is also used for making raisins), it is sweet and has a low alcohol […]

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