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The third bottling of young The Glasgow Distillery Co., and their first peated single malt whisky. This young whisky has first matured on a 1st fill sherry cask and was then finished on virgin oak. Bottled in half-liter bottles at 46% ABV.
For those who want to try single malt whisky, this 12-year-old Aberfeldy is a good choice.
A Highland whisky with solid taste and a surprising aftertaste. Offered at a very reasonable price.
The Aberfeldy Distillery releases here a 15-year-old bourbon matured single malt whisky that has been finished for 5 months in Pomerol wine casks. That finish gives this single malt its own character without the wine notes dominating. Bottled at 43%.
For a long time, the entire Aberfeldy Distillery production went into Dewar's blended whisky. Only in 1999 the first distillery bottling of their single malt whisky appeared. And now there is this 18 year old Aberfeldy, finished in French red wine casks.
The vast majority of the single malt whisky from Highland Aberfeldy distillery ends up in Dewar’s blended whisky. Gordon & MacPhail at least managed to save this bottling from that fate. The 24-year-old Aberfeldy matured on bourbon. (53.3%)
Highland distillery Aberfeldy had been around for about 100 years when their first distillery bottling was released in 1999. Dozens more followed, including single malt whiskies in the Exceptional Cask series. Like this 20 year old. 3600 bottles at 43%.
This Aberlour single malt whisky is bottled especially for the French market. But you'll find it on our shelves now too. The 10-year-old Speysider matured in French oak and is finished in bourbon and sherry casks. Bottled for a nice price at 40%.
You can deduce from the labels of this Aberlour single malt whisky that it is a bottling for the French market. That does not detract from the fact that this is a Speyside whisky that matured in American white oak for 10 years. Quite special for Aberlour.
A true classic in the world of sherryed single malt whisky, the Aberlour A'bunadh. This is the 66th batch already. Matured in oloroso-sherry casks and at a cask strength of 59.2%, this is a nice, warm whisky for the cold winter days.
Ailsa Bay Distillery is specially built to make single malt whisky in 4 types for the blend industry. Yet this new Lowlander sometimes releases its own bottling. Like this peated Sweet Smoke. Matured in American casks. We are curious! 48.9%
A blended whisky, a Crafted Blend even, according to bottler / blender Murray McDavid. The youngest of the whiskies in this Air Leth is 29 years old. It is not known which whiskies have been blended in this bottling. But it is an interesting dram! At 50%.
Anyone who wants to try an Allt-a-Bhainne single malt whisky can only look at independent bottlers. There are virtually no distillery bottlings. Bottler Berry Bros & Rudd comes here with a 23-year-old Allt-a-Bhainne at a cask strength of 52.7%.
We do not know from which distillery the bourbon whiskey released in the American Whsikey series comes from. It is clear that after the sherry finishing by 3006 Whisky, the bourbon is no longer ordinary bourbon. You can taste that in this batch too! 53.9%
This is the 4th batch in the American Whiskey series from bottler 3006 Whisky. The series consists of heavily sherried bourbon whiskey. Like this bottling that is finished on PX octaves, small sherry casks: the smaller the cask, the greater the influence.
Once again finished on a small Palo Cortado octave cask so we can certainly consider this batch of American Whiskey a sherry bomb again. Bottled by Dutch bottler 3006 Whisky. A special bottling. Which whisky? We don't know, but it's bottled at 53.7%.
A special bottling in a limited edition, this 8-year-old Amrut from the Greedy Angels series. The master distiller himself chose the casks in which this whisky matured. Honey, vanilla, sweet citrus, tropical fruit and a hint of smoke. To enjoy!
This single malt from the Indian distiller Amrut is made from Indian and peaty Scottish barley malt: separately distilled and matured and then finished together on bourbon casks. Hence the name Fusion. On a solid 50%.
Batch 146 already! This Indian Single Malt Whisky from the Indian distiller Amrut is aged in the warm, Middle Indian climate in oak barrels, and filled at 46%. Also considering the price, this base bottling is a nice introduction to Indian whisky.
Naarangi is Hindi for orange. The Indian Amrut is not afraid to experiment: first they put orange peels in sherry casks, and then let 3-year-old single malt mature for 3 years in the emptied again casks. Curious? Give it a try!
Amrut Peated Indian Single Malt Whisky, distilled with peated barley malt, is one of this Indian distiller's standard bottlings. Matured in bourbon barrels. This is already the 99th batch. For those who like a smoky malt. At 46%.
The Indian distillery Amrut proves with its Peated Indian bottlings that they can also produce nicely peated single malt whiskies. And that also applies to the Cask strength version, of which this is already batch 54. At 62.8%, it is strong in alcohol.
This anCnoc is part of the core assortment of the Knockdhu distillery. Bottled at 40% and for a reasonable price, this Highlander offers an aroma profile of malt, honey and wild flowers, with notes of beeswax, nutmeg and herbs.
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