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Matured in an ex bourbon hogshead for 15 years. This is an extremely drinkable whisky but a little water won't hurt. In the nose malty, fresh apples, honey and subtle citrus notes. In the taste: sweet, fresh pear and apple. With a licorice and honey finis
A lovely autumn bottling. In the nose caramelized apple, stewed quince, marmalade, hints of cinnamon and wood spices. In the taste starting with Tarte Tatin, honey, Earl Grey, hints of red fruits. A medium finish on Crème brûlée and cooked fruits.
Okay, from which of the 50 or so Speyside distilleries does this single malt whisky come? No idea. We do know that this malt aged for no less than 28 years in a bourbon cask, which means that the ABV percentage is almost at the critical limit: 40.1%!
In 2019, the Belgian bottler Asta Morris released this 23-year-old Glen Moray single malt whisky. The Speysider matured on an Asta Morris bourbon barrel and is bottled at cask strength (49.7%). The bottles are decorated with a cartoon-like label.
The red glow gives it away a bit: this whisky is finished in a cask in which first Ruby port matured. It is a BenRiach single malt whisky that matured for a total of 11 years before being bottled by Alistair Walker Whisky Co. at 57.2% cask strength.
The best Archives whisky we ever released, stunning flavor profile from an 'undisclosed' speyside distillery. These 1973 releases by several bottlers have all been exceptional and would make a great addition to your collection. Purchased from a collection
A medieval print of pheasants adorns the label of this Chorlton Whisky edition. This is a Dailuaine single malt whisky that matured in a first fill bourbon cask. Bottled at 58.7%. You have this Speysider at home for a reasonable price.
Ingelred is a new bottling brand for Scotch whisky. Behind this brand is among others the well-known bottler Blackadder. 'Whisky with an edge', is Ingelred's motto. Find out what that means with this bottling from a 17-year-old Ben Nevis single malt! 49%
For lovers of the medium-peated single malt whisky Caol Ila, and actually for all whisky lovers, a bottling to think about. The Islay malt spent the last period of its 16 years of maturation in a moscatel wine cask and is bottled at 56.6% cask strength.
Originally Swiss but now, closer to where it happens, Scotland-based bottler Chapter 7 releases an 8-year-old Ben Nevis single malt whisky here in their Monologue series. The Highlander matured in a bourbon barrel and is bottled at a cask strength of 54%.
This Benrinnes single malt whisky delivers a nice combination of cask influences. Of the 14 years of maturation in total, the first 10 years were in a bourbon cask (a barrel), and the last 4 years in a sherry cask (a butt). Bottled at 55% cask strength.
Tennessee whisky, like Jack Daniel's, could be called bourbon with an extra filtering. Neither Tennessee nor bourbon whiskey is often seen at the venerable age of 18. But here's one. Matured in an American oak barrel of course. Bottled by Cadenhead's. 46%
There is Caol Ila single malt whisky in this blended malt, and for example Clynelish, Linkwood and Benrinnes. The whisky matured in bourbon, oloroso and French oak casks. This results in a fruity, nicely balanced dram: the Orchard House from Compass Box.
To be honest, we had never heard of Faemussach whisky, but rumor says that it is a single malt whisky from the BenRiach distillery. Anyway, this bottling of Chorlton Whisky matured for as long as 21 years in a bourbon cask, bottled at 56% cask strength.
The Knockdhu Distillery itself releases its single malt whisky under the name anCnoc, independent bottlers such as Cadenhead stick to Knockdhu. This Knockdhu is 11 years old. It matured for 30% in bourbon and 70% in Madeira casks. A good combination. 46%
It's not a law of nature, but in general it's true: the older a single grain whisky, the better. This Chapter 7 bottled North British matured for 30 years in a sherry cask. Judging by the color, the sherry influence is not too dominant. Bottled at 44.5%.
Belgian bottler Asta Morris released this Macduff single malt whisky in 2017. The Highlander aged for 14 years in a bourbon cask. That produced typical bourbon notes such as vanilla and honey, but you will also find mineral and citrus notes and fruit. 52%
This 12 year old Isle of Jura single malt whisky was released by Cadenhead in their affordable Original Collection. The malt from the Isle of Jura matured in a manzanilla sherry cask. This probably provides the extra floral notes in the dram. (46%)
Bottler Chapter 7 not only releases single malt, but also single grain whisky. This Cambus bottling is a good example of this. The grain went into cask in 1988, 5 years before the distillery closed and matured in a bourbon cask and 'octaves'. (47.6%)
This 8-year-old Caol Ila, bottled in 2019 by Asta Morris, aged in a sherry cask. The combination of that cask with the mildly smoky character of the single malt whisky itself produced notes such as red fruit, wood smoke, chocolate and roasted meat. 55.1%
Cadenhead's is Scotland's oldest bottler. They have various bottling series, including the favorably priced Original Collection. This 11-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky appeared in that series. It matured in marsala and bourbon casks. (46%)
Of the nearly two centuries that the Miltonduff distillery has been in Scotland's Speyside, this edition of their single malt whisky has matured for the last 16 years. In a refill bourbon cask (a hogshead). Bottled by Chorlton Whisky in 297 bottles. 55.9%
In addition to corn, bourbon production also uses other grains. But the lesser-known straight corn whiskey, like this one, is distilled from 100% corn. This Brachadair bottling comes from Heaven Hill Distilleries in Kentucky. 13 years old, at 61.0%.
It's not in big numbers on the label, but this Ledaig single malt whisky is 26 to 27 years old. The peated malt from the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull matured all along in an ex-bourbon hogshead, and was bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd at 45.9%.
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