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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.
The Balmenach Distillery from the early 19th century produces single malt whisky in the typical Speyside style, with its own character. Hart Brothers bottled this Balmenach in 2021 after it had matured for 10 years in a port cask. At 58.8% cask strength.
A virgin oak cask has an extra strong influence on the taste of the whisky that matures in it. This Balmenach single malt whisky matured for 10 years in such a cask. That makes us curious! Hart Brothers bottled this Speysider at 58.6% cask strength.
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%
In Asia, this single malt whisky is best known for its The Singleton of Glen Ord bottlings. The brand is not well known in the rest of the world. To get acquainted with this Highland malt at cask strength, this 8-year-old bottling is a good option!
Speyside distillery Longmorn scores above average with its single malt whisky on the Whiskybase, with its own and third-party bottlings. Hart Brothers bottled this Longmorn after it had matured for 10 years in a 1st fill sherry cask. Bottled at 50.0%.
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%
The Brackla Distillery is more than two centuries old and, despite the Royal label, always remained modestly in the background. But this Hart Brothers bottling draws attention to this single malt whisky again. It matured for 10 years in an Armagnac cask.
The Tormore Distillery, like many other Speysiders, distills its malt whisky mainly for the blending industry. But bottlings of this slightly peated single malt whisky are also appearing. This 8-year-old was finished in a marsala cask and bottled at 50%.
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