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Hart Brothers is an independent family owned company. The brothers Alistair and Donald have expert knowledge of whisky and a passion for perfection. The Hart Brothers ‘Finest Collection’ offers exclusive bottlings of rare old single malts.
It is not common to run into the Hart Brothers assortment but every now and then you will find one of their bottlings in our shop.
Balmenach is such a typical Speyside distillery that mainly makes single malt whisky for the blends and hardly releases any bottlings. While their malt is well worth it, like this 13-year-old Hart Brothers bottling that matured on a sherry cask. (53.3%)
The Dailuaine distillery is known for being the first to have those distinctive 'pagodas' on the roof. Their single malt whisky is best known through third party bottlings like this one from the Hart Brothers. It aged for 21 years on a bourbon cask. 52.8%
Dailuaine was the first distillery to have those archetypal 'pagodas' on the roof. Yet their single malt whisky is not very well known. But bottlings like this can do something about that. Matured for 13 years on a 1st-fill port cask and bottled at 52.7%.
For the Asian market, the single malt whisky from the Glen Ord distillery is labeled The Singleton of Glen Ord. Bottler Hart Brothers releases the Highland malt here in its Finest Collection series. Aged for 13 years in a bourbon cask, bottled at 52.5%.
The Miltonduff Distillery, which dates back to 1824, releases very few bottlings anymore. Fortunately, there are bottlers like Hart Brothers who also release this Speyside single malt whisky. Here an 11-year-old Miltonduff matured on a bourbon cask. 54.7%
Old Pulteney, one of the most northerly distilleries in Scotland, releases many own bottlings. But the third-party bottlings of this single malt whisky are also not to be neglected. Like this 15-year-old sherry cask-aged Hart Brothers release. (52,5%)
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