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In their La Nouvelle Vague series, bottler Chorlton Whisky also released this single malt whisky distilled on the Orkneys. We can assume that this is a Highland Park, and then one of 19 years old, aged in a bourbon cask and bottled at 54.3% 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
The Fettercairn Distillery has been around for 2 centuries, but their single malt whisky, despite some surprisingly good bottlings, has never become very well known. Get to know this Highlander through this 13-year-old, bourbon-aged edition by 3006 Whisky
Dufftown single malt whisky is known for bottlings under the Singleton brand (Singleton or Dufftown). But third parties also release Dufftown bottlings, like this one from Berry Bros & Rudd. The 12-year-old whisky is finished in a PX sherry cask. (54.9%)
No longer in the well-known angular bottles, the new Claxton's series, but in a standard bottle. Like this Islay blended malt whisky in the Exploration Series. This blend of Islay single malt whiskies matured for 8 years in a refill sherry butt. (50%)
Matured in an ex bourbon hogshead for 15 years. This is an extremely drinkable whisky but a little water won't hurt. In the nose malty, fresh apples, honey and subtle citrus notes. In the taste: sweet, fresh pear and apple. With a licorice and honey finis
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
Rye whisky mainly comes from the US and Canada. However, this is a 'single rye' whisky from the Danish Stauning, finished in a Moscatel cask and bottled at cask strength by Berry Bros & Rudd. At 4 years old, a young whisky, but with a mature taste palette
This is already the fourth edition of Berry's Best Islay. For this blended malt London based bottler Berry Bros & Rudd carefully selected a number of Islay single malt whiskies, so you can expect peat and smokiness. This NAS whisky is bottled at 46%.
The distillery in the Orkneys that produced this single malt whisky is known for the unique character of that whisky with smoky heather notes. You will also find those notes in this 17-year-old bottling. The whisky is finished in an oloroso cask. (57.1%)
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%.
This Loyal Old Mature blended scotch whisky proves that Adelphi does not only release bottlings in the higher quality and price range. With its price / quality ratio, this Old mature can compete well in the world of well-known blends.
Created from Strathmill, Balmenach, Clynelish and Glendullan from different cask types. Giving the whisky zesty, crisp barley sugar and pear drop notes against rich vanilla and soft herbal notes.
As the only sales point in the Netherlands for Berry Bros & Rudd bottlings, we are pleased to be able to offer this Glen Moray single malt whisky. This Speysider is about 14 years old. It matured in a bourbon cask and was bottled at 53.5% cask strength.
The Dufftown Distillery is a major malt whisky supplier for Bell's blended whisky. Their whisky is available as a single malt in a much more modest way, for example, with this BB&R bottling. About 15 years old and finished in a French wine cask. (56.1%)
Invergordon is one of the best-known and well-appreciated single grain whiskies. So pay attention to this bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd. This Invergordon matured for 34 years in a bourbon cask, a barrel. Of course,e it is bottled at cask strength: 59.6%
We are the only point of sale for Berry Bros & Rudd in the Netherlands. But of course, this bottling of an Ardmore single malt whisky can be ordered from us worldwide. The lightly peated Highlander aged for over 10 years in a sherry cask. Bottled at 59.5%
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%
The Tamnavulin Distillery is one that was built to meet the demand from whisky blenders for single malt whisky. But apart from blends, you can also taste Tamnavulin 'pure', for example with bottlings like this 14-year-old one from Cadenhead. (46%)
Bottler Berry Bros & Rudd releases this Glen Grant single malt whisky in the series Exceptional Casks. And exceptional this bottling is! In 1972 this Glen Grant went on cask to be bottled 46 years later, in 2019. The result: 159 bottles at 44.8% ABV.
This single malt whisky from the Benrinnes Distillery was bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd after 13 years of maturation in bourbon casks. An intensely fruity bottling with notes of mangoes, pineapple, and guava, but also sweet treacle and apple strudel. (46%)
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%)
About ten years ago, bottler Cadenhead released this special bottling for the Belgian market. It is a 35 year (!) old Tomatin single malt whisky that matured in a bourbon cask. Nearly 200 tasters gave this dram an average of 90 points! (46.5%)
Port Charlotte is a peated single malt whisky from the Bruichladdich Distillery. This edition of Berry Bros & Rudd matured for 11 years on a 1st fill bourbon cask. A complex dram that opens with notes of spicy vanilla, crème brûlée and peat smoke. (61.2%)
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