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Like so many other distilleries built around 1900, The Balvenie Distillery was also intended as a supplier of single malt for the blended whisky industry. And until 1973 that was the only function of The Balvenie. In that year, however, the first official distillery bottling was released under the The Balvenie label. This proved to be such a success that many more followed, so The Balvenie is now in the top 10 of the world's best-selling single malts.The Dufftown, Speyside-based distillery is one of the few Scottish distillers that still has its own malting floor.
This is a 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky from the Single Barrel series. The whiskies from this series have matured on 1st fill bourbon barrels, so on barrels that have been used 1x before: for maturing bourbon. This cask yielded 300 bottles. 47,8
A new release of the 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky in the Double Wood series. Double Wood, that's what it says: first matured in bourbon vas's and then finished in sherry casks. This 12-year-old malt combines the best of both worlds! At 40%.
In 1973, The Balvenie Distillery in Speyside began bottling their single malt whisky. And now, about fifty years later, the brand is in the top 10 of best-selling single malts. This Caribbean is a 14 year old Balvenie finished on rum casks. At 43%.
The Balvenie started around 1900 but only released the first distillery bottling in 1973. After that, the fame of their single malt whisky grew quickly. Also well-known are their single cask bottlings, like this 15-year-old one that aged in a sherry cask.
This 21-year-old single malt whisky was released in 2021 in the Single Barrel series of distillery The Balvenie. Aged in a Traditional Oak cask, an ex-bourbon cask. If you then know that Balvenie is in the top 10 of best selling single malts...
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