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This Teaninich single malt whisky matured for more than 12 years, most of which in a bourbon cask, but the last year in a small cask that previously had Hungarian wine matured. Berry Bros & Rudd bottled 163 bottles of Teaninich at 55.5% from that cask.
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%)
Highland single malt whisky Fettercairn is not well known. Nevertheless, it is advisable to keep an eye on bottlings of this malt: it can yield a pleasant surprise! This Fettercairn matured for 80% in bourbon and 20% in port casks, for 13 years. (46%)
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%
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%)
In the Raw Cask-Red Snake series, Blackadder releases a single malt whisky of unknown origin that matured for 10 years in a bourbon cask. A dram with a varied taste palette: from freshly baked bread to oak, from fruit salad to chocolate. (57.4%)
Like so many Scottish distilleries, Teaninich actually only produces for the blend industry. That's not to say their single malt whisky wouldn't be worth it on its own. See for example this 11 year old, bourbon matured bottling at 56.6% cask strength.
London-based Compass Box is best known for its special and quirky blends. This Artist Blend, a 'creative' mix of Scottish single malt and grain whiskies for a reasonable price, is certainly also intended to use in cocktails, a Highball for example. (43%)
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%)
As far as we can judge it, this Tormore single malt whisky has matured on a bourbon barrel. And that for 26 years, that is on the label of this Berry Bros & Rudd bottling. The Speyside malt is bottled at cask strength: 44.5%.
Berry Bros & Rudd is the oldest British liquor merchant. They also bottle their own whisky. For example this 14 year old Cameronbridge single grain whisky. Cameronbridge was the first grain whisky distillery and is still one of the largest in Scotland.
Bottler Chapter 7 also blends whisky. This Blended Malt Scotch Whisky is a good example. It concerns 2 bourbon cask matured Scottish single malt whiskies, the youngest of which is 24 years old. Together they are slightly peated. Makes one curious!
In 1993, the Cambus grain distillery closed for good. In the Exceptional Casks series, Berry Bros & Rudd presents a single grain whisky that went into the (sherry) cask 2 years before the closure. It has a remarkably complex and intense taste palette.
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!
In 1835 the Brackla Distillery became purveyor to the court, with the predicate 'royal'. Still, the single malt whisky always stayed modestly in the background. But now in our shop this 12 year old bottling, aged in a bourbon cask. At 52.9% cask strength.
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%.
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%)
Berry Bros & Rudd is quite rightly releasing this single malt whisky in their Exceptional Casks series: it is a whopping 45-year-old Glenburgie! The Speysider went on the cask in 1975 and it was released in 2020 in 136 bottles at 44.1% cask strength.
The Allt-á-Bhainne Distillery opened in the last century to provide single malt whisky for blends such as Chivas Regal. Anyone who wants to taste this single malt has to rely on third-party bottlings like this one. Aged in a bourbon cask and 23 years old.
With 65% cask strength, this The Englsh Whisky is a heavy dram! Don't be ashamed to add a little water. The single malt whisky from St. George's Distillery in Norfolk is 7 years old and matured in a bourbon cask. Bottled by Blackadder in 255 bottles.
Fancy a fruity bourbon cask-aged Speyside single malt whisky? Then this bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd might be a dram for you. It is a 12 year old Glen Moray that matured on a bourbon barrel. With notes of yellow fruit, vanilla and sweet oak. (46%)
Just about all bottlings of Allt-á-Bhainne single malt whisky come from independent bottlers, and this edition is no exception. The Alistair Walker Whisky Co. let it mature for 16 years and finished it in a PX sherry cask. You can taste that! (62.3%)
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