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Ballechin is the brand under which Highland distillery Edradour releases its peated whiskies. Edradour is one of the smallest Scottish single malt producers. Their standard malt is not peated. In 2003 they released their first whisky based on peated barley malt, under the name Ballechin. For those who are interested: the 'smoke-figure' of Ballechin is 50 PPM (that is at the smoke-level of Ardbeg). Quite hefty.
Under the name Ballechin, the Highland distillery Edradour presents a peaty malt. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke flavor and an extensive palette of cask influences due to maturation on both bourbon and sherry casks. A nice whisky at 46%.
[SMALL BOTTLE] Ballechin is the peated malt whisky from the Highland distillery Edradour. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke aroma and an extensive palette of cask influences. This small bottle could be a nice gift!
Ballechin single malt whisky is just as smoky as Ardbeg whisky: robust. In addition, the Edradour distillery had this bottling to age for 14 years on a Burgundy cask. This produces flavors like campfire, chocolate, caramel-sea salt, red fruit and tobacco.
Ballechin is the heavily peated single malt whisky from Highland distillery Edradour. SFTC stands for Straight From The Cask. And this is a Ballechin that matured in a burgundy wine cask for 11 years. In total, 399 bottles came out of that cask. At 53.4%.
Ballechin is the smoky variant of Edradour single malt whisky. Edradour has been focusing for quite some years on the maturation of its whisky in special casks. This is also the case with this Ballechin. It aged for 12 years on a Bordeaux cask. (55.7%)
The Ballechin brand stands for the peated single malt from Highland distillery Edradour. This Ballechin is a single cask bottling that has matured on bourbon for 10 years. Do you like smoky and peat? Then this 60.1% strong malt might be something for you.
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