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Cadenhead is Scotland's oldest independent bottler. Founded around 1850 in Aberdeen, nowadays based in Campbeltown, the company with its hundreds of bottlings is a household name in the whisky world. Their Dumpy bottles are famous, their 'small batch' series is always surprising and almost always at cask strength. Cadenhead also releases its own blended whiskies. Of course Scottish whiskies are well represented in the range, but Cadenhead also has bottlings from Swedish and Indian distilleries, for example.
The Knockdhu Distillery releases its single malt whisky under the name anCnoc, to prevent confusion with the whisky from Knockando Distillery. Independent bottlings, such as this 9-year-old from Cadenhead, once again bear the Knockdhu name. (56.2%)
The Teaninich Distillery has a long, eventful history. The current distillery opened in 1970, alongside the old one that has now been demolished. You only come across Teaninich single malt whisky as an independent bottling. Like this 10 year old.
Bottler Cadenhead released these 14-year-old Benrinnes in their Small Batch series. Matured in bourbon barrels, this single malt whisky is bottled at cask strength (55.4%). This Benrinnes combines Speyside fruitiness with notes of American oak.
Blender and bottler Cadenhead mixed 3 ex-bourbon barrels filled with 11-year-old Craigellachie single malt whisky for this bottling. In the Small Batch series. The not-so-known Speyside single malt is bottled at a cask strength of 54%.
Distillery bottlings by Cameronbridge, the oldest single-grain whisky distillery in Scotland, are rare. So we have to deal with bottlings like this one from Cadenhead: aged 29 years in a bourbon barrel and bottled at cask strength (57.8%.).
Cadenhead bottled this Craigellachie single malt whisky in their famous Smal Batch series. With its 9 years, this Speyside whisky is quite young, so the influence of the bourbon cask on which it matured is limited. Bottled at cask strength (55.1%).
A cask strength of 65.3%! You don't see that often, except now with this Glenrothes single malt whisky, aged in bourbon casks. In the tasting notes of bottler Cadenhead they name notes like autumn forest, pepper, freshly cut grass and lemon drizzle cake.
Once upon a time Highland distillery Tomatin was the largest distillery in Scotland. Now that is no longer the case. The constant quality of this single malt whisky has remained however. Like with this 10 year old bottling. Matured on bourbon. (57.7%)
Bottler Cadenhead releases this 10-year-old Macduff single malt whisky in their series Small Batch - Dumpy Bottle. This dram, matured in bourbon casks, offers a good example of the profile of the distillery, which itself bottles its whisky as Glen Deveron
Cadenhead bottled already quite some Auchroisk single malt. And this is another nice one, in the Small Batch series, this 12-year-old Auchroisk matured on bourbon. 534 bottles, bottled at cask strength (55.3%). Worth considering, this Speyside whisky.
This Cadenhead bottling of a Fettercairn single malt whisky has the characteristics of the young, bourbon aged whisky that it is: high in alcohol (57.8%), fruity, vanilla and not complex. In addition, there are sweet and buttery notes and barley.
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