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At the end of the 19th century, the Aultmore Distillery was built near Keith, in the Speyside. Like many distilleries, Aultmore too was set up to produce malt whisky for blends. But the distillery also released a number of own bottlings, or bottlings for third parties, such as the mysterious "Aultmore Finest Highland Malt Scotch Whisky". However, most Aultmore bottlings are released by independent bottlers. Often at cask strength.
Aultmore is a not well-known Speyside single malt whisky. This bottling from Gordon & MacPhail in their Discovery series introduces you to this brand at a reasonable price. You taste notes like vanilla, jasmine, pineapple and black pepper. (10 years old)
Speyside distillery Aultmore has been producing single malt whisky for about 125 years, as is customary in that region, mainly for the blending industry. But here's a single malt bottling. The Aultmore matured for 12 years in less common sherry casks. 46%
This is one of the 7 first bottlings of Dutch bottler Roger's Whisky Company. An Aultmore single malt whisky that matured for 12 years in a bourbon cask. In addition to the fancyful label, the robust cask strength of this 63.5% bottling is also striking.
In a forgotten corner of Scotland is the warehouse with whisky casks where the Aultmore single malt whisky for this Cree bottling has been maturing. The Speyside malt rested there for 13 years in an ex-bourbon cask, a hogshead. (52.0% cask strength)
The Aultmore Distillery is built about 130 years ago. As so many Speyside distilleries that mainly supply for the blends, Aultmore is not very well known. For those who want to taste their single malt whisky for a reasonable price, this Cree is an option!
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