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Where the first Wolfburn distillery once stood, until sometime in the 19th century in Thurso, Northern Scotland, a brand new Wolfburn distillery opened its doors in 2013. As in the past, the distillation process now is done entirely by hand. Wolfburn is deliberately not automated.
The first single malt bottling was released in 2016. Dozens have since followed.
The Aurora is one of the core bottlings of the young Highland distillery Wolfburn. Matured for 4/5 in bourbon, for 1/5 in sherry, this 3-year-old malt is a 'best of both worlds' dram. Not very complex, but a nice introduction to this new brand.
As young as a single malt whisky can be, this Wolfburn Handcrafted. Yet he already shows character and even something of depth. Wolfburn did not try to force depth by some kind of finishing, but just shows us the potential of their malt.
The young and northernmost single malt whisky distillery on the Scottish mainland, Wolfburn, earmarks part of the revenue of this bottling for care to British veterans. The whisky matured on bourbon and sherry casks and is bottled at 46%.
The Morven is the peated standard bottling of the young Wolfburn distillery. Smoke is clearly but not intrusive present, in the palette. There are also notes of caramel, malt, hay and nuts and, ultimately, some fruit. Worth trying!
Released in the series Small Batch Release from distillery Wolfburn, this single malt whisky, matured in powerful bourbon barrels and sherry casks. With notes of fresh fruit, new oak and vanilla. A nice bottle to get acquainted with Wolfburn.
Already a standard name in the repertoire of the Wolfburn Distillery: Northland. This single malt is aged in casks that were first used by an Islay distillery (Laphroaig according to rumors). That gives a touch of smoke to this young whisky.
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