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Bladnoch is the southernmost distillery in Scotland. Bladnoch started in 1817 as a home distillery, and in 1878, on the banks of the river Bladnoch there emerged an 'industrial' distillery of single malt whisky. Bladnoch has a rich history of closures, changes of owners and renovations. In 2015, the Australian David Prior bought the distillery, which was then shut down again. Prior wants to give Bladnoch again the status that the distillery once had, that of "Queen of the Lowlands".
Lowland distillery Bladnoch has a turbulent past. The new owner who bought Bladnoch in 2015 wants to bring the single malt whisky back to the old status of Queen of the Highlands. With this 11 year old bottling that aged on bourbon casks for example. 46,7
As a home distillery, Bladnoch was already producing single malt whisky in 1817. Now, about two centuries and many owner changes later, Bladnoch is making a fresh, new start. This bottling is part of that: 14 years and matured in sherry casks. (46,7%)
On the occasion of its 200th anniversary, Bladnoch Distillery released this 17-year-old single malt, matured on bourbon, finished on a Californian wine cask. It is a rich whisky with a complex palette of flavors, and despite the finish fashionable nor hip
Queen of the Lowlands, was the title the Bladnoch distillery, dating from 1817, once was given. And with bottlings such as this, they maybe will gain this title again. The single malt whisky aged 19 years on PX sherry casks before it was bottled at 46.7%.
With this Talia edition, Lowland distillery Bladnoch celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2018. It is a 27-year-old single malt whisky matured in carefully selected bourbon casks. A balanced dram, rich and full, but also soft in taste. Bottled at 43%.
Released on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Bladnoch Distillery. This single malt is a mix of whisky that matured on bourbon and Samsara wine casks. This resulted in a complex, yet easily drinkable dram. Not a moment boring, this Bladnoch.
This is the basis of Bladnoch single malt whisky, this is the new make spirit that went straight from the still into the bottle. You willl recognize the distillery profile with the fruity, floral and grassy notes. Nice to drink despite its 63.5%.
Lowlands distillery Bladnoch has a rich history of closings and changes of ownership. In 2015 Bladnoch made a fresh start with their single malt whisky in newly designed bottles. Like this Vinaya that matured in bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks. (46.7%)
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