WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings is your place to test your nosing skills. Each month, we bring together a panel of listeners either by Skype or in person at a whisky festival to taste and score whiskies. You generally won’t find the ultra-rare exclusive bottlings here…we focus on whiskies that you’re most likely to find at your local pub or retailer. You can listen here, subscribe with iTunes or use this RSS feed link with your favorite podcast app.  If you’re interested in being on the tasting panel for an upcoming episode, just use our contact form to get in touch! 

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: August 2014

This month, our panel tastes three Rye whiskies. John McCarroll, Tim Quernes, and Mike Parrish taste Knob Creek Rye, Russell’s Reserve Rye, and the Rittenhouse Rye 10-year-old Bottled in Bond from Heaven Hill. We’ll also kick off a new feature on WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings honoring the whisky club of the month.


Links: Knob Creek | Russell’s Reserve | Rittenhouse Rye

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: June 2014

We’re back from spring break, and it’s time to taste some whiskies with our tasting panel of Sean McMillan, Chris Killilea, and Brianna Gillespie. They’re tasting the Auchentoshan American Oak, Tomatin’s new 14-year-old Port finish, and the Peat Monster 10th Anniversary Edition from Compass Box.


Links: Auchentoshan | Tomatin | Compass Box

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: March 2014

This month, we’re back at the “Barthenon” in Cherry Hill, New Jersey to taste Irish whiskies with the guys from the blog “It’s Just the Booze Dancing”. Mike Farley, John Maxwell, Angelo Veneziano, Chris Eattock, and Ray Kassekert tasted the Paddy Irish blended whiskey, Tyrconnell’s 14-year-old single malt, and the Redbreast 15 single pot still whiskey.


Links: Paddy | Tyrconnell | Redbreast

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: February 2014

This month, we’re bringing together two brothers who only get to see each other a couple of times a year for a Skype-based blind single malt tasting. David Lavin, Kevin Lavin, and Kevin’s girlfriend Stephanie Buchert tasted the Speyburn 10, the Arran 14, and the Talisker Storm.


Links: Speyburn | Arran | Talisker

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: January 2014

There’s an old saying that wisdom comes from the mouth of babes. That was proven true with this month’s panel, when 6-year-old Maggie DeYoung  told her father John that talking about whisky to the world “was a great responsibility” and generously offered to help her Dad in any way that she could. John and his wife Jay make up half of our tasting panel this month, along with Jill-Ann and Robert Mark. What’s more…they nosed and tasted this month’s whiskies blindly, and weren’t told until they had finished each whisky what they were evaluating. This month’s whiskies are variations on the traditional peated single malt Scotch: Bowmore’s Devil’s Casks, the lightly peated Cù Bòcan from Tomatin, and Laphroaig’s 2013 Cairdeas Port Cask Finish.


Links: BowmoreCù Bòcan | Laphroaig 

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: December 2013

The holidays are here, and that means gathering for a dram with family and friends. This month, Mark’s joined by his son-in-law, Colton Smith, Dr. Sean McMillan, and Sean’s brother-in-law, Chris Killilea, and they’re tasting three Irish whiskies: Powers Gold Label, Writer’s Tears, and the Knappogue Castle 16-year-old Twin Wood single malt.


Links: Powers | Writer’s Tears | Knappogue Castle

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: November 2013

This month, our tasting panel is sacrificing Virgins at the annual PhilCon science fiction convention in Philadelphia…Virgin Oaks, that is. Bill Ricker, Mark Richards, Wrenn Simms, and Dennis McCunney tasted the Deanston Virgin Oak, the Glen Garioch Virgin Oak, and Glenmorangie’s Ealanta, which was matured for 19 years in Virgin Oak casks.


Links: Deanston | Glen Garioch | Glenmorangie | PhilCon

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WhiskyCast Virtual Tastings: October 2013

October means chilly weather as the leaves turn bright red and orange, and the autumn colors were especially vibrant as our tasting panel gathered in Ottawa, Ontario…Canada’s capital city. Davin de Kergommeaux, Emmett Hossack, and Herb Wallace tasted four Canadian whiskies: Stalk & Barrel Single Malt Cask #3 from Still Waters Distillery, Masterson’s Rye, Wiser’s Legacy, and Forty Creek Copper Pot Reserve.


Links: Still Waters Distillery | Masterson’s Rye | Wiser’s | Forty Creek

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