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Berry Bros & Rudd, the oldest British wine and spirits merchant and creator of Cutty Sark Scots' Whisky, releases single malt bottlings under its own label. In the hundreds by now. Single grain whiskies also leave the house under their label. BB&R also owned the single malt brand of Glenrothes for some time. A special and adventurous bottler. The Whiskybase shop is the only point of sale for the BB&R bottlings in the Netherlands.
The Allt-á-Bhainne Distillery opened in the last century to provide single malt whisky for blends such as Chivas Regal. Anyone who wants to taste this single malt has to rely on third-party bottlings like this one. Aged in a bourbon cask and 23 years old.
The history of Benrinnes goes back to 1826. Yet the name is not well known and hardly any distillery bottlings have been produced. Then this 11-year-old bottling is certainly an option to get acquainted with this single malt whisky. At cask strength.
Berry bros & Rudd were already involved in whisky in the 17th century. With their vast experience, they release blended malts from carefully selected single malt whiskies. This is a blend of peated single malts, at 44.2%. For a great holiday price!
Berry Bros & Rudd is the oldest British liquor merchant. They also bottle their own whisky. For example this 14 year old Cameronbridge single grain whisky. Cameronbridge was the first grain whisky distillery and is still one of the largest in Scotland.
Islay distillery Caol Ila has built up a good name with its single malt whisky. That makes one extra curious about what a Caol Ila would taste like that went on cask more than 40 years ago and matured on it for 30 years. Find out with this bottle! (53.1%)
Dufftown single malt whisky is known for bottlings under the Singleton brand (Singleton or Dufftown). But third parties also release Dufftown bottlings, like this one from Berry Bros & Rudd. The 12-year-old whisky is finished in a PX sherry cask. (54.9%)
With The Nordic Casks series, the English bottler Berry Bros & Rudd releases a number of Scandinavian whiskies. In the first series is this 6-7 year old single malt whisky from the Danish Fary Lochan distillery, aged in an ex-bourbon barrel. (60.9%)
Bottler Berry Bros & Rudd releases this Glen Grant single malt whisky in the series Exceptional Casks. And exceptional this bottling is! In 1972 this Glen Grant went on cask to be bottled 46 years later, in 2019. The result: 159 bottles at 44.8% ABV.
Fancy a fruity bourbon cask-aged Speyside single malt whisky? Then this bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd might be a dram for you. It is a 12 year old Glen Moray that matured on a bourbon barrel. With notes of yellow fruit, vanilla and sweet oak. (46%)
Berry Bros & Rudd is quite rightly releasing this single malt whisky in their Exceptional Casks series: it is a whopping 45-year-old Glenburgie! The Speysider went on the cask in 1975 and it was released in 2020 in 136 bottles at 44.1% cask strength.
The bulk of Glentaucher's single malt whisky finds its way into blended whiskies such as Ballantine's and Teacher's. A small part of this Speyside malt can escape by independent bottlings such as this one: 22 years old and bottled at 48.2% cask strength.
Glentauchers single malt whisky is actually only known for its independent bottlings. And there is nothing wrong with that. Take this BB&R bottling for example: the Speysider matured for 21 years in a bourbon cask before being bottled at cask strength.
This is already the fourth edition of Berry's Best Islay. For this blended malt London based bottler Berry Bros & Rudd carefully selected a number of Islay single malt whiskies, so you can expect peat and smokiness. This NAS whisky is bottled at 46%.
The series The Nordic Casks #1 from bottler Berry Bros & Rudd also includes this Finnish rye whisky from the Kyrö Distillery Company. It is a young whisky matured in a bourbon cask, with a wide range of notes: from sweet fruit to coffee and leather. 54.6%
The Whiskybase Shop is the only point of sale in the Netherlands for the bottlings of the London Berry Bros & Rudd. And that also applies to this 13 year old Linkwood single malt whisky. This single cask bottling was bottled at 58.4% cask strength in 2020
Never before have we had a whisky from the Norwegian Myken Destilleri in the house. Well, with this edition of Berry Bros & Rudd, yes. This is a young single malt whisky that matured in a bourbon cask. It is a fruity and certainly smoky dram. (61.4%)
In the Small Batch series, Berry Bros & Rudd releases this 11 year old single malt whisky from the Orkney Islands. The bottler mentions as characteristic notes for this malt: honey, heather, peat smoke and berries. We then know that it is a Highland Park!
Port Charlotte is a peated single malt whisky from the Bruichladdich Distillery. This edition of Berry Bros & Rudd matured for 11 years on a 1st fill bourbon cask. A complex dram that opens with notes of spicy vanilla, crème brûlée and peat smoke. (61.2%)
Attention! The Port Ellen Distillery on whisky island Islay closed in 1983. Since then, the Port Ellen name has taken on legendary forms. We are proud to present this bottle from 2007 with a 25 year old delicate and balanced Port Ellen single malt whisky!
We never had a bourbon from the Rock Town Distillery in Little Rock, Arkansas in the shop before. Thanks to Berry Bros & Rudd we do now. Rocktown bourbon whiskey is crafted using local grains. This edition is 4 years old and bottled at cask strength.
In 1835 the Brackla Distillery became purveyor to the court, with the predicate 'royal'. Still, the single malt whisky always stayed modestly in the background. But now in our shop this 12 year old bottling, aged in a bourbon cask. At 52.9% cask strength.
For those who want to get acquainted with Irish single malt whiskey, Berry Bros & Rudd comes with a very affordable option. Bottled in The Classic Range at 44.2%. How old it is and from which distillery is unknown. In the Netherlands only for sale with us
Like so many Scottish distilleries, Teaninich actually only produces for the blend industry. That's not to say their single malt whisky wouldn't be worth it on its own. See for example this 11 year old, bourbon matured bottling at 56.6% cask strength.
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