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The Dutch firm Van Wees has been in the wine and spirits business since 1921. 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.
If you want to try a sherried Speysider, this Glentauchers single malt whisky bottled by Van Wees is definitely an option, and not just because of the affordable price! The whisky matured for 11 years in two 2nd-fill Oloroso sherry casks. (46%)
A fairly young bottling by Van Wees of a Caol Ila single malt whisky. The medium-peated Islay malt matured in a bourbon cask and is bottled at cask strength (59.2%). Also considering the price an excellent option to enjoy this solid Islay whisky.
Van Wees bottlings are known for their reasonable prices. And that also applies to this bottling of a single malt whisky from an unnamed distillery (shhh, it is Macallan). The malt matured for 14 years in refill Oloroso sherry casks and is bottled at 46%.
Regular visitors to our webshop will know that behind names like secret or unnamed Orkney the well-known Highland Park single malt whisky is hidden. This reasonably priced Unnamed Orkney by Van Wees is 17 years old and matured in a refill sherry cask.
Glendullan single malt whisky is relatively unknown, except in America where it is marketed as Singleton of Glendullan. Here is a bottling from Van Wees in their The Ultimate series. The malt matured for 13 years in a bourbon cask and was bottled at 46%.
Most bottlings of Aultmore single malt whisky come from independent bottlers. That also applies to this release. Van Wees bottled this 11-year-old, bourbon-cask-aged Speysider in the The Ultimate series at 46%. For a nice price.
In 2003 Edradour released their first peated single malt whisky under the name Ballechin. A very smoky single malt. For the series The Ultimate, Van Wees bottled this 10-year-old Ballechin. Matured in a sherry cask and bottled at cask strength (60.0%).
If you want to discover why Glenlossie single malt whisky is so well-suited to blends like Haig and Johnnie Walker, this reasonably priced cask Van Wees bottling sure is an option. The single malt whisky matured for 10 years in a bourbon cask. (46%)
Mortlach's single malt whisky clearly has its own 'meaty' character. It is said that this is due to the unique production process of 'partial triple distillation'. This 13-year-old release introduces you to Mortlach for a reasonable price. At 46%.
Bottler Van Wees is here with an edition in its The Ultimate - Cask Strength series that will undoubtedly appeal to fans of sherried whisky. It is a 22-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky that matured in a 1st-fill sherry cask. (54.2% cask strength)
With their The Ultimate series, bottler Van Wees usually sticks to straightforward bottlings without cask experiments, etc. This is also the case with this Glencadam. The single malt whisky matured for 12 years in two bourbon casks and is bottled at 46%.
This Benrinnes single malt whisky matured in three first-fill bourbon casks. After 10 years it was released by Van Wees under the 'The Ultimate' label, known for its affordable bottlings. An excellent option to get to know this Speysider! Bottled at 46%.
This Auchroisk single malt whisky matured for 10 years in a re-charred bourbon cask before bottler Van Wees bottled it at 46% in 2023. Released in the The Ultimate series for a very favorable price, as we have come to expect from this bottler.
Moine is the name of one of the peated Bunnahabhain versions. Dutch bottler Van Wees bottled this 11-year-old single malt whisky that matured in a bourbon cask at cask strength (58.6%). For a reasonable price, you can now try a Moine peated 'Bunna'!
Although one of the larger single malt whisky distilleries in the Speyside, Dailuaine is not very well known. They hardly release distillery bottlings. So we have to look at bottlers like Van Wees, with this 13-year-old dram, for example, bottled at 46%.
Ballechin is the brand under which Highland distillery Edradour releases its peated single malt whisky. In their series The Ultimate - Cask Strength, Van Wees bottled this 14-year-old Ballechin that matured in a first-fill Ruby port cask. (59.8%)
Most of the single malt whisky that the Miltonduff distillery makes goes to the blends industry, especially Ballantine's. But next to occasional releases from the distillery itself, third-party bottlings are regularly released. Like this 10 year old. 46%
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