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Caol Ila 2011 Berry Bros & Rudd

Caol Ila 2011 Berry Bros & Rudd

Berry Bros & Rudd, Britain's oldest liquor store and creator of Cutty Sark whisky, also release their own whisky bottlings. We are the only point of sale for the Netherlands. So also for this more than 10 year old Caol Ila single malt whisky at 52.7%.

Glen Elgin 12-year-old Chorlton Whisky

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%)

Loch Lomond 17-year-old Cadenhead

Loch Lomond is a versatile distillery in the Highlands. One of the types of whisky they make is single malt, and it's this whisky that fills this bottling in Cadenhead's Original Collection series. The malt matured for 17 years in a sherry cask. (46%)

Ledaig 1995 Berry Bros & Rudd

It's not in big numbers on the label, but this Ledaig single malt whisky is 26 to 27 years old. The peated malt from the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull matured all along in an ex-bourbon hogshead, and was bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd at 45.9%.

Caol Ila 2011 Asta Morris

This 8-year-old Caol Ila, bottled in 2019 by Asta Morris, aged in a sherry cask. The combination of that cask with the mildly smoky character of the single malt whisky itself produced notes such as red fruit, wood smoke, chocolate and roasted meat. 55.1%

Port Ellen 1982 Berry Bros & Rudd

As long as no whisky flows out of a reopened Port Ellen on Islay, we'll have to make do with the single malt whisky from before its closure in 1983. And that's certainly not wrong! See this about 25 year old BB&R bottling from 2007. At 55.6% cask strength

Lochindaal 2010 Acorn

The Bruichladdich Distillery on Islay makes an unpeated single malt whisky under its own name. They also produce the heavily peated Port Charlotte and the very heavily peated Octomore. And Lochindaal, which is in between. This one is 10 years old. (63.3%)

Glenlossie 1966 Cadenhead

Not often do we have a whisky that is almost half a century old in the store. But now we do! This Glenlossie single malt whisky went in a bourbon cask in 1966 and was bottled by Cadenhead in 2014! A real old school dram, fruity with a hint of smoke. 43,5%

Glentauchers 14-year-old Cadenhead

Glentaucher's single malt whisky is quite popular with independent bottlers: almost a thousand independent bottlings of this Speyside malt have already been released. This one in Cadenhead's Original Collection is a recent one. It matured for 14 years.

Dailuaine 2011 Chapter 7

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.

The Perspective Series 21-year-old Berry Bros & Rudd

If you want something different than the standard blended scotch whisky that is on the shelf at every liquor store, then this Berry Bros & Rudd release is definitely an option. Appeared as No.1 in the new The Perspective Series. 21 years old, 43%.

Secret Speyside 1990 Asta Morris

Okay, from which of the 50 or so Speyside distilleries does this single malt whisky come? No idea. We do know that this malt aged for no less than 28 years in a bourbon cask, which means that the ABV percentage is almost at the critical limit: 40.1%!

Tennessee Whisky 18-year-old Cadenhead

Tennessee whisky, like Jack Daniel's, could be called bourbon with an extra filtering. Neither Tennessee nor bourbon whiskey is often seen at the venerable age of 18. But here's one. Matured in an American oak barrel of course. Bottled by Cadenhead's. 46%

Secret Speyside Distillery 1989 Asta Morris

In 2021, the Belgian bottler Asta Morris released in its Heritage series a special bottling from a secret Speyside distillery. The surprisingly fresh single malt whisky aged for 31 years in a bourbon cask and was bottled at a 'narrow' 40.8% cask strength

Peat Reek Blackadder

We do not know which single malt whisky is bottled here by Blackadder. And not how long this single malt has matured. What we do know is that it is a heavily peated whisky (Islay comes quickly to mind) and that it comes from a bourbon cask.

Caol Ila 2016 Acorn

Still Young, says the label of this Acorn bottling. And indeed, this Caol Ila single malt whisky is 5 years old. And that's young for a Scotch whisky. But the cask influence is less great and the character of the spirit comes more to the fore. (60.9%)

Williamson 10-year-old Brave New Spirits

What would a Laphroaig single malt whisky aged in an amarone wine cask taste like? Find out with this Williamson 10 from Brave New Spirits! (Then you should know that Williamson whisky is actually Laphroaig whisky with a teaspoon of another malt). (49.1%)

Auchroisk 2010 Brachadair

You will rarely come across a bottling of the Auchroisk Distillery itself. For this Speyside single malt whisky we have to wait for bottlings like this one by Brachadair. The Auchroisk matured for 8 years on an Oloroso sherry cask and was bottled at 59.7%

Aldunie 1997 Acorn

A mysterious whisky, this 1997 Aldunie from Acorn. It is a blended malt, so a mix of at least two single malt whiskies from different distilleries. Kininvie is the only distillery mentioned... But it is 24 years old, bourbon-aged and at 52.4%. Sounds good

Irish Single Malt Whiskey 2002 Brachadair

Do you like Irish whiskey? Maybe you can taste from which distillery this Irish single malt whisky comes. Bottler Brachadair does not mention the name. Éirinn go Brách says the label, and that the whisky is 16 years old and aged on bourbon ...

Miltonduff 2011 Asta Morris

The first bottling of Miltonduff single malt whisky by Asta Morris. At 7 years old a relatively young, sherried edition of this Speysider. According to reviews, the alcohol (60.6%) is well integrated, and what further stands out is the Coca Cola note!

Glentauchers 1989 Blackadder

The Glentauchers Distillery and its single malt whisky are not very well known. Still, it is worth taking a look at this solid Speysider. And certainly at this bottling from Blackadder. This Glentauchers matured for 31 years in a bourbon cask! (41,3%)

Glen Garioch 2011 Brachadair

Founded in 1797, the Glen Garioch distillery is one of the oldest in Scotland. In addition to own bottlings, there are also third-party editions of this Highland single malt whisky. Like this one that matured in a bourbon cask for almost 11 years. (58.1%)

Inchgower 2009 Berry Bros & Rudd

Almost all Inchgower single malt whisky can be found in blends such as Bell's and Johnnie Walker, but thanks to independent bottlers such as Berry Bros & Rudd, we can also enjoy this Speyside malt pure. Or with some water, if 61.9% is a bit too strong.

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