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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.
A special edition for the Dutch market, this 22-year-old Glenlossie single malt whisky. Bottled at cask strength by Cadenhead. A nice combination of classic Speyside notes and bourbon barrel influences. A dram to relax and enjoy
This Aberfeldy 1997 in the small batch series from Cadenhead is bottled in 2017 at 55.3%. With this whisky in the well-known iconic bottle, Cadenhead proves again their consistent quality. Curious about this Aberfeldy? Look in our shop!
The 12-year-old Old Pulteney bottling from Cadenhead produced an attractive, pleasantly drinkable dram, with clear notes of the bourbon cask on which it matured. such as vanilla and honey. A single malt whisky for an evening with friends. At 55.1%.
Almost all single malt whiskies that come under the Benrinnes name are independent bottlings. That also applies to this 18-year-old Benrinnes, aged on a bourbon barrel. Bottled in the Small Batch series from Cadenhead. At cask strength.
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
Imperial, which distillery closed 20 years ago, is the kind of single malt whisky brand that makes you wonder why it didn't become a collector's item. This 23-year-old Càrn Mòr bottling would have been priced a lot higher by the way!
For most whisky, 6 years is very young. For Paul John single malt whisky that ages in the humid warmth of India it is already quite mature. And you can taste that with this Cadenhead bottling: a full, versatile and mature dram. At cask strength.
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.
This Cadenhead bottling of a Deanston single malt whisky has a young character after 10-year of maturation in bourbon barrels. Cadenhead bottled this Highlander at caskstrength (56.2%). A whisky for an evening with friends.
This Tomatin single malt whisky, bottled by Cadenhead, matured in bourbon casks for 10 years. With a strength of 55.5% this is not quite a beginner's whisky, but it is a good introduction to Tomatin for those who do not yet know this distillery.
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.
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.
Although Dailuaine is one of the largest single malt whisky distilleries in the Speyside, their whisky is quite unknown because there are not many distillery bottlings. So this reasonably priced Cadenhead is a great opportunity to get to know the brand.
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%).
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%.).
Although the Fettercairn single malt whisky distillery was opened in 1824, it has remained relatively unknown. This Cadenhead bottling could be a good introduction to Fettercairn. 10 years old, aged in a bourbon cask and bottled at 57.3%.
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.
Miltonduff is that kind of single malt whisky that you will not easily find at the usual liquor store. It usually appears as independent bottling. Like this one from Cadenhead. The Miltonduff aged for 11 years on a bourbon cask and was bottled at 56% ABV.
Full of fruit, spicy and with umami notes, delicate and light. That is what you could taste in this 15-year-old Glenburgie single malt whisky. It matured on a bourbon cask and Cadenhead bottled it at cask strength (54%). A dram that you can bring home!
There are active and less-active casks for maturing single malt whisky. The more active the cask, the greater the influence of the wood. This 10-year-old Tomatin from Cadenhead matured on an inactive cask, giving a good impression of the Tomatin profile.
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