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On the banks of the Clyde, just above Glasgow, there is since the beginning of the 19th century a distillery, now called Auchentoshan . In World War II the company was hit by German bombs, in 1969 new, steam-heated pot stills have been installed. Almost all Scottish distillers have a 2-course distillation process, Auchentoshan, as one of the very few, does it in 3 courses (triple distillation). That gives a lighter spirit. The distillery bottling label proudly says ‘The triple distilled Auchentoshan single malt whisky’.
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that uses triple distillation. This produces a light, floral-fruity whisky. As is the case with this 12-year-old standard bottling at 40%. A beautiful, ripe Lowland malt. A good entry-level whisky!
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that uses triple distillation. This produces a light, floral-fruity whisky. You will certainly find that character in this 18-year-old malt, matured on bourbon barrel. Despite its age, this is not a 'di
The label of this WhiskySponge bottling may look very funny, but the content is serious: this is a 31-year-old Auchentoshan single malt whisky, packed with flavour and rich aromas, a top edition of this bourbon matured Lowlander! (53.6%)
First, this 22-year Auchentoshan single malt whisky matured in two bourbon casks, the last 20 months it matured in an active sherry cask. This resulted in a dram with a nice combination of wood influences on top of the light character of the spirit. 55.6%
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