• Episode 117

    Die Laughing 2017 winners Michael MacDonald and Cara White make their third appearance on the show and sample Trader Joe’s Highland 12yr and Tomatin Dualchas in our latest installment of “Scotch on the Cheap”.

  • Episode 116

    Andrea returns to sample Balnellan Peated 8yr and Glen Morey Elgin Classic Chardonnay.

    Sorry this was so ridiculously late. Cetius takes complete and total blame, as there was no reason it should have been late at all, let alone this late.

  • Episode 115

    Fearless Comedy Productions member Andrea joins Perrin and Cetius to sample the Hakushu 12yr and Amrut Intermediate Sherry.

    Sorry this is so late folks, and that it’s being posted well after Twin Cities Horror Festival ended (contrary to the episode’s content). We also failed to mention that Top Valu Liquor in Columbia Heights is again running their 15% off all single malts sale, so if you’re a local, please swing by and purchase some tasty whisky.

  • Episode 114

    The Lyritics are back and we sample Highland Park Valkyrie and Benromach Peat Smoke.

  • Episode 113

    For October, we’re joined by The Lyritics to sample some independent bottles: Chieftain’s Dalmore 14yr and Gordan MacPhail’s Glen Grant 10yr.

  • Episode 112

    Ken’s back for a short episode wherein we sample Grangestone Rum and Ardbeg Kelpie.

  • Episode 111

    Dave and I are joined by our old friend Ken Merriman to sample the Wolfburn and Loch Lomond’s Inchmurrin Medeira.

  • Episode 110

    Paul and Steffen return for the mid-August episode and sample the Benriach 12yr and the Laphroaig Select. Just guess which one we like more.

  • Episode 109

    Returning guest Paul von Stoetzel and first-time guest Steffen Moeller join us for an independent bottlers episode wherein we sample a Signatory Edradour 11yr and a Battlehill Bladnoch 22yr.

  • Episode 108

    Carly returns and suffers through the Highland Park Ice and Fire with us. Seriously folks, none of us liked these and with their price point, unless you 1) are a huge HP fan, 2) really want the bottles for display, or 3) have more money than taste, we advise you to steer clear.