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The Whisky Agency a club of German whisky enthusiasts that has been engaged in whisky bottling under their own label since 2008. What TWA says about it: 'We only select whiskies that we would like to drink ourselves. The age, distillery or type or volume of the cask does not matter.' So far around 700 TWA bottlings have seen the light, most single malt, single cask at cask strength. Among them are many old and / or rare whiskies. And all their bottlings are rated good to very good.
Bottler The Whisky Agency previously released bottlings of Glen Elgin single malt whisky. These were all assessed as good to very good. And now there is a new Glen Elgin, 23 years old, aged in a bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength (48.2%).
The German bottler The Whisky Agency sometimes also blends, as this bottling shows. This is a blended malt, a mix of several single malt whiskies. We don't know which whiskies are blended here, but given the reputation of TWA, you can rest assured.
The fact that The Whisky Agency is releasing this Highland single malt whisky in their Fruity Style series could be an indication of which distillery could be involved. But only by tasting this 11-year-old malt can you really find out.
The Whisky Agency is known for its quality bottlings of Scottish and Irish whiskies. But sometimes they come out with a 'bourbon style' whisky, such as this Kentucky straight bourbon. 9 years old and at cask strength (51.7%). A bourbon of TWA quality!
We do not know which Islay distillery filled the cask. What we do know is that it is a peated single malt whisky that has matured for 11 years on a bourbon barrel, and that it has a strength of 48%. And of course that this is a bottling of TWA quality!
As the label says, this bottling is a single malt whisky from one of the Scottish islands (except Islay). Quality bottler The Whisky Agency does not specify which distillery is involved here. Can you find out?
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