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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. You will certainly find that character in this 18-year-old malt, matured on bourbon barrel. Despite its age, this is not a 'di
From the bourbon cask on which this Auchentoshan single malt whisky aged for 25 years, Ian Macleod bottled 182 bottles at cask strength (50.5%). The bottles are released in the Dun Bheagan series. Lowlander Auchentoshan is known for triple distillation.
Chapter 7 is always looking for special whiskies. In the series A Whisky Anthology-Monologue they now come out with a 22 year old Auchentoshan. The triple distilled Lowland single malt whisky matured in a bourbon cask and is bottled at 51.8%.
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that has a distillation process in 3 runs instead of 2. This produces a 'lighter' single malt whisky. Signatory Vintage bottled this 19-year-old Auchentoshan that matured on a bourbon cask. (56.1%)
The single malt whisky from Lowland distillery Auchentoshan is triple distilled unlike most other Scottish malts. This makes it a 'light' whisky. For this bottling it matured for 20 years in a bourbon barrel. Bottled at a cask strength of 56.9% ABV.
This bottling at 43% from the core range of Auchentoshan ripened in bourbon, oloroso and PX casks, and combines the light, floral-fruity character of this Lowland malt with the dark fruit, the spices and the chocolate of the sherry casks.
You will not easily come across an Auchentoshan that has matured in new oak casks. So this is one. Age unknown, but quite complex, fruity, spicy, woody, and creamy in the mouth. Maybe you want to try it now it is still on the shelves?
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