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In 2014, in Switzerland, whisky enthusiast Selim Evin started bottling specialty whiskies under the Chapter 7 label, a name inspired by English literature. In the years that followed, several Chapter 7 bottlings were awarded the Liquid Gold Awards and a gold medal from the Whiskies of the World Awards 2017. A few years ago, the bottler also started blend malt whiskies.
Chapter 7 has moved to Scotland to be able to search even better for special whisky's and then release them as single cask or small batch bottling, always at cask strength.
Bottler Chapter 7 started in Switzerland but moved to Scotland to better search for exceptional whiskies. The bottler found this 10-year-old Blair Athol single malt whisky that had matured on a bourbon hogshead, for example, and bottled it at 50.5%.
Some bottlers like to blend whisky, and Chapter 7 is one of them. In the series Prologue they released this Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, age unknown. The single malt whiskies matured in bourbon casks (barrels) and are bottled at a strength of 47% ABV.
Make a mix of single malt whiskies from different Scottish distilleries, and you have a blended malt scotch whisky. And that's exactly what Chapter 7 has done for this bottling released in the Prologue series. For a nice price and in a 750 ml bottle. (49%
Chapter 7 is not only a bottler, but also a blender. This is the 2nd batch in the Prologue series of their Blended Malt Scotch Whisky. Which single malt whiskies are used for this blend and their age is not known. But there's peated malt in it. (47.9%)
Chapter 7 comes here with a 19-year-old blended Scotch whisky. It is rumored to contain malts from the Edrington Group (Macallan, HP, Glenrothes). Anyway, a rich blend with notes such as toffee, cappuccino, raisins, chestnuts and apple pie. (44%)
Dailuaine has hardly ever released bottlings of their own product, but it is one of the larger distilleries in the Speyside. To get to know this single malt whisky better, this Chapter 7 bottling is very suitable. It aged for 11 years in a bourbon cask.
Fettercairn works with traditional distillation equipment but uses an unorthodox technique to cool the stills, resulting in a 'lighter' spirit. The single malt whisky in this Chapter 7-bottling matured for 11 years in a bourbon cask. (51.6% cask strength)
You will find Glenrothes' own bottlings in many liquor stores. But to get to know their single malt whisky well, independent bottlings might be a better option. This 14-year-old, sherry-aged bottling by Chapter 7, for example. Bottled at 52% cask strength
A small-batch bottling of 3 casks, and because it is a single malt whisky, the casks contained the malt whisky from one distillery. Except it's on Islay, we don't know which one. According to the label, the malt is 8 years old. Be surprised by this one!
You don't often come across the single malt whisky from the Speyside distillery Knockdhu as an independent bottling. But here's one from bottler Chapter 7. The malt is 16 years old and it matured in a bourbon cask that produced 334 bottles at 51.5%.
Orkney is not a whisky brand. If a bottler releases an edition with 'Orkney' in the name, it will be Highland Park single malt whisky from the distillery of the same name in the Orkneys. So this is a 16-year-old, bourbon cask-matured HP whisky. (54%)
It will no longer be a secret that the name Orkney hides a Highland Park single malt whisky. This Chapter 7 bottling of the famous Island whisky is 8 years old. During that period it matured in a red wine cask. Bottled at a cask strength of 52.8%.
Chapter 7 is the bottling company of a Swiss who moved to Scotland. Always looking for special whiskies. And this is one of them: it's a 28 year old single malt whisky from the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull. Matured in a bourbon cask. (52% ABV)
The Tomintoul Distillery started in the 1960s, and has been releasing bottlings of their single malt whisky since 1974. Third parties also market this Speysider. As Chapter 7 does here with this malt that matured for 11 years in an Amontillado cask. 52.5%
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