Glenburgie 10 This is an independent bottling by Gordon and MacPhail; 40% ABV, likely chill-filtered. Color is a light amber (Amber-2?). On the nose it's tequila, honey, vanilla, and something spicy--I'm thinking cinnamon. The taste is orange and more cinnamon. Very light. This one finishes creamy with a tea, Earl Grey, hot note. Relatively short. 85/100 Caol Ila 1998 This is also an independent bottling by Gordon and MacPhail; 43% ABV. I'm guessing it's been chill-filtered.
We're almost out of Irish Cream. As anyone with small children knows, Irish Cream is an absolutely essential household item. Adding just a splash to your coffee puts the good in good morning. My wife and I ordinarily purchase our Irish Cream--and our wine, tequila, and whisky--at the local Commonwealth-run Fine Wine & Good Spirits store. Only problem is, the Fine Wine & Good Spirits store is closed due to Coronavirus. And not just closed. The freaking windows are boarded up.