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The Glenallachie distillery was built in 1967 at the foot of the Ben Rinnes, in the middle of the Speyside. Despite the relatively large production capacity, Glenallachie is a relatively unknown single malt distillery. That will certainly have to do with the fact that almost the entire production goes into the blends of Chivas.
With the series of standard bottlings that Glenallachie launched in 2018, this Speysider will be better known.
Quite an experimental distillery bottling, this Batch 2 from Glenallachie in the Cask Strength series. The 10-year-old single malt whisky has matured on 2 types of sherry cask and on virgin oak, which produces interesting aromas. Worth your attention!
This 10-year-old GlenAllachie single malt whisky is part of the new 'wood finish' series of this Speyside distillery. This bottling is finished on port casks, what you will find in notes of red fruit and strawberries, and a hint of menthol. At 48%.
Maybe not a surprising, but a very drinkable malt, with no real negatives. That is how this 10 year old Glenallachie can be described. Matured in PX and oloroso casks, finished in new oak and filled at 46%.
Of the single malt core series from Glenallachie, which previously produced almost exclusively for blended whisky, this 18-year-old has matured in sherry casks and finished in virgin oak. A very drinkable standard bottling at 46%.
Bottler Cooper’s Choice releases its bottlings more and more at cask strength. This also applies to this 7-year-old Glenallachie (at 57.5%). This Speysider is finished on port casks, what can be seen by the red color. And you can also find it in the taste
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