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Glentauchers is a single malt whisky distillery in the Speyside, which was founded in 1898, in the midst of the great whisky crisis of that time. But Glentauchers survived. Yet the distillery has always remained somewhat in the shade. That of course has to do with the fact that almost the entire production goes to the blend industry (Ballantine’s, Teacher's). In addition to a handful of distillery bottlings, some 600 independent Glentauchers bottlings have appeared so far.
The bulk of Glentaucher's single malt whisky finds its way into blended whiskies such as Ballantine's and Teacher's. A small part of this Speyside malt can escape by independent bottlings such as this one: 22 years old and bottled at 48.2% cask strength.
20 years old, this Glentaucher single malt whisky, matured in bourbon barrels. Bottler Claxton’s bottled this Speysider at cask strength (51.1%). A total of 144 bottles came from the last cask, a refill bourbon barrel. Certainly worth considering!
Glentauchers single malt whisky is actually only known for its independent bottlings. And there is nothing wrong with that. Take this BB&R bottling for example: the Speysider matured for 21 years in a bourbon cask before being bottled at cask strength.
Glentauchers has been around for about 120 years, but since they hardly ever release distillery bottlings, their single malt whisky is not very well known. But releases like this 22-year-old single cask bottling are definitely worth your attention! (48.9%
Glentauchers is, except to insiders, a not so well known Speyside distillery. This Gordon & MacPhail bottling is a good and affordable option to get to know the single malt whisky. Matured for 14 years in a cask chosen by the bottler. Bottled at 43%.
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