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The Dutch firm Van Wees has been in the wine and spirits business since 1963. How they ended up in the whisky world is a great story that also starts in that year with a sunken ship in the port of Rotterdam. Years later, Van Wees started their own bottlings in the series 'The Ultimate Single Malt Scotch Whisky Selection', simply The Ultimate. And since then around 1000 bottlings have appeared under that label. The company always tries to keep its bottles affordable.
This 22-year-old bottling in Van Wees' The Ultimate series has the characteristic lightness of Glen Elgin, but is also complex and subtle. Oil and wax, fruit, flowers and wood, all present in this mature single malt whisky. At 46%.
With this 20-year-old Glen Keith single malt whisky, Van Wees releases a bottling with a very good price / quality ratio! This Speysider, matured on a bourbon cask, is full and fruity with some peppery notes. Bottled at a cask strength of 55.7%.
A 21-year-old Glentauchers single malt whisky at cask strength and for this price ... A very nice release from Dutch bottler Van Wees in their The Ultimate series. This Speyside whisky matured on a bourbon cask before it was released in 158 bottles.
In the series The Ultimate by bottler Van Wees, this 11-year-old Inchgower single malt whisky. Matured in a bourbon barrel and bottled at 46%, this not very well known Speysider is a nice entry whisky for a great price!
With this 7-year-old Glencadam single malt whisky aged on bourbon cask, bottler Van Wees (The Ultimate) puts down a real 'summer whisky': fresh and fruity, yet with some body. A pleasant dram for a reasonable price. 348 bottles came out of the cask.
A nice bottle for fans of Clynelish single malt whisky, this The Ultimate bottling at cask strength from Van Wees. It matured for 10 years on a 1st fill bourbon barrel. A nice bottle by the way for single-malt lovers in general. For a nice price.
With this Glenlivet single malt whisky, Dutch bottler Van Wees releases a hefty bottle: this primal Speysider matured for 12 years on a '1st fill' sherry cask and is bottled at a cask strength of almost 65%. To strong? You can always add a little water!
In 1828 Cameronbridge was the first distillery to make grain whisky. And they still do it. A good example is this 34 year old grain, matured on a bourbon cask, bottled by Van Wees in an edition of 177 bottles. At 54.9% cask strength.
At the average liquor store you will not easily come across a Benrinnes single malt whisky. The distillery itself hardly produces any bottling. Fortunately, there are bottlers like Van Wees who do, like this malt that aged for 14 years on a bourbon cask.
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