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Bottled in 2020, this 18-year-old anCnoc, in the core range of the Knockdhu Distillery. It matured on bourbon and sherry casks, and was bottled at 46%. The sherry influence is clearly noticeable in the notes of dark fruit and chocolate. A solid dram!
This An Cnoc vintage 2001 was bottled in 2015 and limited to 6000 bottles. This whisky has been maturing in a combination of Spanish and American Oak Casks.
Quite rich in the nose with honey, spices and floral aspects easy to drink.
Around the turn of the millennium, Islay distillery Ardbeg came out with a 17-year bottling, like this one from 2004. The series has since been somewhat forgotten. Wrongly so, because it always scored good. Curious? Take your chance now!
After the distillery reopened in 1997, Ardbeg released a number of bottlings as milestones towards a new maturity of the brand. After an 'Almost There' single malt whisky in 2007, this Renaissance was releasedt in 2008, 10 years old and 55.9% strong.
A new whisky in Ardbeg's core range, matured in new oak, PX sherry and bourbon casks. The new oak barrels give this Islay whisky its own character. But of course there is also enough 'smoke' to smell and taste. At 46.6%.
The Corryvreckan is another classic in the Ardbeg range. With its aromas of peat, smoke, dark fruit, dark chocolate, and hints of herbs and lemon, it is exactly what you can expect from a modern Ardbeg. At 57.1%.
Would it make a big difference whether you taste an Ardbeg Corryvreckan from the early days or one of the newest editions? You can try it out with this bottling from 2009 that scored well in the Whiskybase. In any case, the ABV is the same: 57.1%.
The Ardbeg Ten has been a standard bottling of this Islay distillery since the early years 2000. And now it is a single malt whisky that is standard in the cupboard of many. This is a Ten from the early years, a bottle full of nostalgia maybe ... (46%)
Thanks to the aging on sherry casks in combination with the typical Ardbeg smokiness, the Uigedail is a true classic. The excellent price / quality ratio also plays a role here. A whisky that you make friends with! At 54.2%
With the Wee Beastie bottling, Ardbeg releases a new standard bottle. This single malt whisky matured in bourbon and sherry casks for 5 years. Despite being young, the Wee Beastie has complex aromas and notes, a full mouthfeel and a long finish. At 47,4%.
In 2018 it was released, this 27-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. Gordon & MacPhail bottled it in their Connoisseurs Choice - Cask Strength series, at a strength of 52.2% and in an edition of 179 bottles. The smoky Highlander matured on a bourbon cask
More art with this Ardmore bottling of Whisky-Doris: see the fine Art Nouveau label. Behind this label there is this 21-years-old Highland single malt whisky. The mildly peated Ardmore matured in a bourbon cask and was bottled at a cask strength of 49.4%.
Gordon & MacPhail have extensive experience in bottling whisky. They have built such a good reputation that they are granted to use real distillery labels for their Distillery Labels series. Like with this 18-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. (43%)
The Scottish bottler The House of Macduff is for its The Golden Cask series always looking for casks that are representative for the region and the distillery. Like this Ardmore single malt whisky: a Highlander with a distinct character. At 55.3%.
A straightforward bottling by House of McCallum of a 12-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. The whisky matured on bourbon barrels and is bottled at 46.5%. Not chill-filtered, not colored, that is how a single malt comes into its own.
The single malt whisky from Highland distillery Ardmore is slightly smoky in itself. In addition, this edition of Berry Bros & Rudd has matured for 11 years in casks in which first matured firmly peated Islay whisky. That produces all kinds of smoky tones
In a new bottle and in a new series, family business Claxton's is releasing this Ardmore single malt whisky. All whiskies in this reasonably priced Exploration Series are bottled at 50%. This Ardmore is 11 years old and matured on a PX sherry cask.
A co-production of bottlers Signatory Vintage and Le Gus’t, this 8-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. A young, slightly smoky Highlander aged on bourbon barrel. With a strength of 60.9%, it is not really a bottle for beginners!
A nice entry-level malt, this Ardmore. In the nose you will find notes of toffee, honey, vanilla and a little smoke. That smoke comes back firmly in the taste. A friendly price tag is attached to this on quarter cask finished Highlander. At 40%
You can consider the Arran 10 years old as a standard bottling of the Arran Distillery. Nicely drinkable, light and uncomplicated, this is a single malt whisky for everyday or for an evening with friends. A nice introduction to the brand too.
One of the core bottlings of the Arran Distillery. The distillery celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2020, so the new spirit of this 21-year-old bottling dates from the early days. In the newly designed bottle with the new label. Bottled at 46%.
For those who want to get acquainted with the single malt whisky from The Isle of Arran Distillery, or with single malt whisky in general, this is a nice 'entry-level bottle'. The whisky matured in American oak casks and is bottled at a friendly strength.
'Quarter Cask' the name says it all: This Arran single malt whisky is aged in small casks. The smaller the cask, the greater the wood influence, the faster the maturation appears to be. This also applies to this distillery bottling at cask strength (56.2%
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