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Not really a brand, but an indication of the whisky region where the whisky in the bottle comes from. This is always about independent bottlings. The name of the distillery will not be found on the label. Often the bottler himself does not know which distillery is involved, or may not mention the name.
After a while, the rumors will start to spread about which distillery is the producer of this single malt whisky. All we know now about this The Daily Dram bottling is that it is a 26 year old Speyside malt matured in a sherry cask. Sounds interesting.
Okay, from which of the 50 or so Speyside distilleries does this single malt whisky come? No idea. We do know that this malt aged for no less than 28 years in a bourbon cask, which means that the ABV percentage is almost at the critical limit: 40.1%!
The best Archives whisky we ever released, stunning flavor profile from an 'undisclosed' speyside distillery. These 1973 releases by several bottlers have all been exceptional and would make a great addition to your collection. Purchased from a collection
Maltbarn is known for the good quality of its bottlings. An example is this bottling of a single malt whisky from the Speyside region. It is not known from which distillery exactly, but it matured for 29 years (!) in a sherry cask and is bottled at 51.9%.
It is unknown from which Speyside distillery this single malt whisky comes. It is stated on the label that it is 12 years old, matured in a refill bourbon cask and is filled at 46%. Do you know what malt it is? For a reasonable price you might find out!
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