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The Speyside Linkwood distillery was built in 1825. Or rather, the oldest Linkwood Distillery was founded then. It was demolished in 1872 and 2 years later there was a brand new Linkwood Distillery. Next to the second, a new Linkwood distillery opened its doors in 1971, so the third Linkwood distillery. The second closed in 1985, but then occasionally opened again part-time.
Linkwood Distillery mainly works for the blends industry, in particular Johnnie Walker and White Horse. The own and independent single malt bottlings receive good ratings on average.
This 12-year-old bottling from the Flora & Fauna series by producer Diageo clearly reflects the character of Speyside distillery Linkwood. Honey and vanilla, fruit and nuts, in addition to sherry cask influences that play a role in maturing. At 43%.
This 15-year-old Linkwood single malt whisky from Gordon & MacPhail is aged in sherry casks. In this dram you will find flowers, citrus, forest fruits and honey in the nose, and wood, cinnamon and mint in the taste. It is an easy drinkable Speyside.
In the Small Batch series of bottler Cadenhead, this Linkwood single malt whisky was released last year. The Speyside whisky aged in 2 bourbon casks for 22 years before Cadenhead thought it was good enough to bottle. This happened at cask strength (48.8%)
Brachadair is a fairly new bottler from Belgium. Carefully selecting casks to bottle and putting quality above quantity. This Linkwood was distilled in 1997 and bottled in 2016 at 52.6%.
After maturing for 20 years on a bourbon cask, this single malt whisky from Speyside distillery Linkwood was bottled by Signatory Vintage. You will find plenty of honey in addition to the fruity notes known from Linkwood, and even a hint of smoke. (54.1)%
The single malt whisky from the Linkwood distillery is a true Speyside whisky with its characteristic floral and fruity notes. That is reflected in this 18-year-old Linkwood bottling from Cooper's Choice. Matured in a bourbon barrel and bottled at 46%.
This is the 2nd Linkwood single malt whisky bottling under our own Archives label. Linkwood, known for its typically fruity Speyside character, often scores well on Whiskybase. This is no different with this 12 year old bottling, matured on bourbon. (59.5
With the Un-Chillfiltered series, bottler Signatory Vintage always brings good budget bottlings on the market. Like this Linkwood single malt whisky. It is 10 years old and it matured in 2 bourbon barrels. They were combined and bottled at 46%.
With this Linkwood from the The Ultimate series from bottler Van Wees you get a pleasantly drinkable single malt whisky for a reasonable price. The Speysider matured for 11 years on a bourbon hogshead, and was bottled in 355 bottles at 46%.
Not a well-known single malt whisky, but connoisseurs appreciate it for its full, fruity Speyside character. This Linkwood bottling under the Càrn Mòr label is a 7-year-old malt that matured on a bourbon barrel. Bottled at 47.5%.
In the Distillery Labels series, Gordon & MacPhail releases this 25-year-old Linkwood single malt whisky. A nice combination of sherry and Speyside influences: cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and chocolate, and grass, fruit and malt. And more. A rich dram.
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