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Chorlton is an independent bottler from Manchester. Founded by David Bennett in 2016. Chorlton's bottlings, which include a 23-year-old Bunnahabhain and a 20- and 21-year-old Glentauchers, receive high average ratings. All bottlings are at cask strength.
The bottles of this bottler also stand out with their colorful labels. Great single malts to share with friends.
This is a single malt whisky from the Speyside region aged 13 years, matured in a 2nd fill sherry cask and bottled in 368 bottles at a solid 64.4%. About the exact distillery bottler Chorlton Whisky leaves us in the dark. But does that really matter?
To be honest, we had never heard of Faemussach whisky, but rumor says that it is a single malt whisky from the BenRiach distillery. Anyway, this bottling of Chorlton Whisky matured for as long as 21 years in a bourbon cask, bottled at 56% cask strength.
Chorlton Whisky bottlings stand out because of their colorful labels with medieval scenes. But also because of the reasonable prices. Fine single malts to share with friends, such as this 12 year old Glen Elgin that matured in a bourbon cask. (56.6%)
Of the nearly two centuries that the Miltonduff distillery has been in Scotland's Speyside, this edition of their single malt whisky has matured for the last 16 years. In a refill bourbon cask (a hogshead). Bottled by Chorlton Whisky in 297 bottles. 55.9%
The Tullibardine Distillery in the Highlands opened in 1949 but it has only been running at full capacity since 2008. This edition of Chorlton Whisky was vatted well before that in a bourbon hogshead. In 2022, 29 years later, the malt was bottled. (47.5%)
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