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Compass Box is best known for its special and quirky blends. Founded in 2000 by the American John Glaser who found that too many companies made Scotch whisky and put it on the market in the same way, Compass Box looks for new production processes and flavor combinations.
The company has since released quite a few highly regarded blended whiskies and blended malts. The company also pays a lot of attention to the presentation of the bottlings, as can be seen below.
Compass Box, as always innovative and not afraid to experiment, mixes 2 versions of Balblair single malt whisky together in this bottling: a younger one (2003), malty and with citrus, and an older one (1997), creamy and with ripe fruit. A nice balance ...
With Myths & Legends III, Compass Box wants to dismantle the 'superstition' that you shouldn't mix famous single malt whiskies. In this bottling the single malt from Myths & Legends II has been blended with some famous peated malts. A special combination!
With this Myths & Legends bottling, Compass Box wants to demonstrate that it is not the region that determines the taste of single malt whisky, but the choices that are made in the process. This is a balanced 'designed' blend of various Glen Elgin malts.
Not only the name of this blended malt whisky from the innovative blender Compass Box is original. The large variety of casks on which it matured is also special. In this Story malts have been blended from Teaninich, Glen Elgin, Deanston and Aberlour. 43%
In this Phenomenology, a blended malt whisky, five single malts come together to form an excellent combination: Glenlossie, Tamdhu, Highland Park, Talisker and Caol Ila. The five malts provide a wide range of flavors. A great dram!
In this blended malt from Compass Box, 3 single malt whiskies come together: the Highlanders Clynelish and Teanninich and Speysider Dailuaine. Matured in American and French oak. Fruity in all phases and with spicy wood notes in the taste. Easy drinking!
You don't often find a blended grain whisky. And certainly not one like this Hedonism from Compass Box. The 4 grains Invergordon, Port Dundas, Cameronbridge and North British together form a creamy, soft blend, not complex, but pleasant to drink.
This blended whisky in the Great King Street series of blender Compass Box was vatted on heavily toasted French oak casks. That resulted in a very fruity and creamy dram with lots of honey and vanilla, simple and pleasant to drink. An excellent blend!
This blended whisky in the Great King Street series by Compass Box is the peated version. It has the nicely balanced base of the others from this series, with a nice hint of smoke. A blend of Cameronbridge (grain), Laphroaig, Clynelish and Benrinnes.
The first No Name blended Scotch whisky from the innovative Compass Box scored quite high. This second nameless blend contains, for example, a sherryed Caol Ila and a Talisker and a Clynelish that matured in bourbon cask. That can't turn out badly!
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