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A blended whisky, a Crafted Blend even, according to bottler / blender Murray McDavid. The youngest of the whiskies in this Air Leth is 29 years old. It is not known which whiskies have been blended in this bottling. But it is an interesting dram! At 50%.
A co-production of bottlers Signatory Vintage and Le Gus’t, this 8-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. A young, slightly smoky Highlander aged on bourbon barrel. With a strength of 60.9%, it is not really a bottle for beginners!
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that has a distillation process in 3 runs instead of 2. This produces a 'lighter' single malt whisky. Signatory Vintage bottled this 19-year-old Auchentoshan that matured on a bourbon cask. (56.1%)
The single malt whisky from Lowland distillery Auchentoshan is triple distilled unlike most other Scottish malts. This makes it a 'light' whisky. For this bottling it matured for 20 years in a bourbon barrel. Bottled at a cask strength of 56.9% ABV.
The Auchroisk Distillery in the Speyside is one of those that exists to supply single malt whisky for the blends. Bottlings like this learn that the whisky is surprisingly nice to drink. 11 years old and matured in bourbon casks. And nicely priced! 43%
In its attractively priced 'entry bottlings' range, bottler Signatory Vintage releases this 10-year-old Aultmore single malt whisky. Matured in 2 first fill bourbon barrels and bottled at 43%, this Speysider is a nice introduction to single malts.
Although it is not on the label or on the bottler's website, you can rely on us when we say that this is a heavily peated Ben Nevis single malt whisky. And that is quite special! So don't wait too long, because before you know it will be gone. (61.4%)
Benrinnes single malt whisky is rarely seen as distillery bottling. To enjoy this Speysider you have to rely on bottlings by third parties. Like this one. And there is nothing wrong with that! It aged on a bourbon cask for 23 years and is bottled at 52,6%
Most of the single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Benrinnes comes in the store through independent bottlers. This also applies to this bottling: the 12-year-old malt that matured in 2 bourbon barrels was bottled by Signatory Vintage. (43%)
Met de Càrn Mòr Strictly Limited-serie zet Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers een betaalbare reeks whisky-bottelingen neer met een standaardsterkte van 47,5%. Deze botteling van een Benrinnes single malt is er een van. Hij rijpte 10 jaar op een oloroso-vat
In 1969 when this single malt whisky was vatted in sherry casks, Bruichladdich lived a life in the shadow of other Islay distilleries. That was still the case when this malt was bottled 20 years later by The Prestonfield Whisky Co. A rare dram! (43%)
You don't see them that often anymore, bottlings from Scott’s Selection. But here we have a Bruichladdich malt whisky from 1990 in the well-known 750 ml bottle. For a price significantly lower than the current market value! A bottle for the collector!
In the Black Corbie series bottler Rolf Kaspar Gmbh releases this young Bunnahabhain single malt whisky. The non-peated Islay malt matured on a bourbon barrel, and was finished on 'Oloroso Quarter Casks', so small sherry casks. Bottled at cask strength.
Bottler Rolf Kaspar knows that Staoisha style Bunnahabhain can be drunk young. This way you can taste the peated character of this single malt whisky best. This heavily peated ‘Bunna’ is aged on bourbon cask and bottled on cask strength. You want to try?
Attention please: a Caledonian single grain whisky bottling! The Lowlands distillery closed in 1988, so you should not expect many new bottlings anymore. In 2018, Signatory Vintage released this 31-year-old bourbon cask-matured single grain. At 50.2%.
Young, maritime notes, salty peat, yellow fruit and pear, that's what you'll find in this 10-year-old Caol Ila. SV bottled this single malt whisky after it matured in two bourbon casks. The Islay malt is released in the nicely priced Vintage Collection.
Signatory Vintage is one of the largest independent bottlers of single malt whisky. Their cask strength bottlings in the shouldered bottles are well-known. Their Vintage Collection consists of nicely priced bottles, such as this 9-year-old Caol Ila. (43%)
With The Un-Chillfiltered Collection Signatory Vintage releases reasonably priced bottlings of good quality. There already appeared bottlings of Caol Ila single malt whisky in this series before. This one is 8 years old and matured in re-charred casks. 46
It is now generally recognized that young single malt whisky can also taste fine: less influence from the cask, so more room for the whisky spirit itself. Take, for example, this bottling of a 6-year-old Caol Ila that matured in a bourbon cask. (61.6%)
In 1852 Carsebridge starts distilling grain whisky, in 1983 the distillery closes. Carsebridge itself did not release any bottlings and relatively few independent bottlings are known. So this is quite a special bottling! 35 years old and at 48.9%.
Clynelish, one of the oldest and still existing Scottish single malt whiskies, scores well on Whiskybase. That will be no different with this 23-year-old bottling from Signatory Vintage. It matured on a refill sherry cask and was bottled at cask strength.
There are at least two single malt whiskies in this bottling by Murray McDavid. The youngest of these is 22 years old. The whiskies aged on bourbon and sherry casks and together they were finished on a bourbon cask. This Coinnich is bottled at 46%.
The bottlings in the Darkness series from Master of Malt are all finished on sherry or moscatel casks. That also applies to this 17 year old Dailuaine single malt whisky: the Speysider was finished on a small PX sherry cask. Bottled at 52.7% cask strength
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