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Alambic Classique from Bad Wörishofen in Germany is not only a major importer of cognac, rum and whisky, the company is best known for its own single cask bottlings, which started around 2005.
In the series Rare & Old, Special Vintage and Double Matured, AC had already quite a few extraordinary editions. Their bottlings from Ledaig’s from 1972 and from a number of very old Ben Nevis editions are famous.
This BenRiach matured for 10 years in a bourbon barrel before the German Alambic Classique, bottled it at a cask strength of 62.4%. Intense wood tones, green apple, popcorn, citrus fight for attention. No whisky for wimps!
A peated version of Islay single malt Bunnahabhain, bottled at cask strength by Alambic Classique. Because this whisky, that aged 8 years on a bourbon barrel, is relatively young, the smoke and peat notes come better into their own. A strong dram!
Definitely not for the beginner, this 11-year-old Glenrothes single malt whisky: the German Alambic Classique bottled it at a cask strength of no less than 64.7%. The whisky matured on a refill sherry cask and was released in the Special Vintage Selection
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