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The Single Cask was founded in 2011 in Richmond, England under the name Malt Vault. Their bottlings appeared under the name The Single Cask. The whole company is now renamed The Single Cask. As the name suggests, the company produces whisky bottlings per single cask. In addition, with this independent bottler you can also reserve bottlings per bottle or the bottling of an entire cask. You can also buy casks at The Single Cask as an investment in the future.
Although a number of very good bottlings of Fettercairn were released over time, this single malt whisky brand has never become a Big Name. This bottling of The Single Cask is perhaps a good time to get to know the brand more closely.
With a cask strength of 62.4% this is a robust Glen Garioch. This 8 year old Highland single malt whisky has clear sherry influences. Glen Garioch once had a more peated character, but since the 1980s more fruit has come to the taste.
19 years old this Macduff is single malt whisky, bottled by The Single Cask. Whether it is a Speysider or a Highlander (the distillery itself goes for the latter), it is a malty dram with sweet notes of citrus and hints of oak and toffee.
Much of the Royal Brackla production goes to the blended whiskies. But every now and then the original single malt whisky is bottled for the enthusiast. Like this bottling from The Single Cask. The single malt aged for 11 years on a bourbon cask. At 60.9%
The Strathmill Distillery does not release distillery bottlings. Without independent bottlers we could never taste this single malt whisky. So we can be happy with a bottling like this from The Single Cask. A 12 year old Strathmill at 57.8%.
Always a gem at the bar, those bottles from The Single Cask. But of course it's about what's in it: this is a bottling of a 22-year-old Tomintoul single malt whisky. A real Speysider, with a character of its own. At cask strength.
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