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The Arran Distillery nowadays also does 'finishing'. Take, for example, this 'ageless' single malt whisky that is finished in sauternes wine casks. You can taste the wine influence in fruity notes such as apricot and pear, with a hint of nutmeg. At 50%.
A special bottling from the Arran Distillery. The single malt whisky matured in a 250 liter sherry cask and was bottled at 55.8% cask strength. A complex dram with sherry notes such as dark chocolate, figs and cherries. With notes of ginger and spices too
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that uses triple distillation. This produces a light, floral-fruity whisky. You will certainly find that character in this 18-year-old malt, matured on bourbon barrel. Despite its age, this is not a 'di
From the bourbon cask on which this Auchentoshan single malt whisky aged for 25 years, Ian Macleod bottled 182 bottles at cask strength (50.5%). The bottles are released in the Dun Bheagan series. Lowlander Auchentoshan is known for triple distillation.
Chapter 7 is always looking for special whiskies. In the series A Whisky Anthology-Monologue they now come out with a 22 year old Auchentoshan. The triple distilled Lowland single malt whisky matured in a bourbon cask and is bottled at 51.8%.
Auchentoshan is one of the few Scottish distilleries that has a distillation process in 3 runs instead of 2. This produces a 'lighter' single malt whisky. Signatory Vintage bottled this 19-year-old Auchentoshan that matured on a bourbon cask. (56.1%)
The single malt whisky from Lowland distillery Auchentoshan is triple distilled unlike most other Scottish malts. This makes it a 'light' whisky. For this bottling it matured for 20 years in a bourbon barrel. Bottled at a cask strength of 56.9% ABV.
You will not easily come across an Auchentoshan that has matured in new oak casks. So this is one. Age unknown, but quite complex, fruity, spicy, woody, and creamy in the mouth. Maybe you want to try it now it is still on the shelves?
Cadenhead bottled already quite some Auchroisk single malt. And this is another nice one, in the Small Batch series, this 12-year-old Auchroisk matured on bourbon. 534 bottles, bottled at cask strength (55.3%). Worth considering, this Speyside whisky.
The Auchroisk Distillery in the Speyside is one of those that exists to supply single malt whisky for the blends. Bottlings like this learn that the whisky is surprisingly nice to drink. 11 years old and matured in bourbon casks. And nicely priced! 43%
The Auchroisk Distillery started out in 1972 as so many Speyside distilleries as a supplier of single malt whisky to the blend industry. As a single malt you will mainly come across the whisky as an independent bottling such as this 11 years old one.
You will rarely come across a bottling of the Auchroisk Distillery itself. For this Speyside single malt whisky we have to wait for bottlings like this one by Brachadair. The Auchroisk matured for 8 years on an Oloroso sherry cask and was bottled at 59.7%
Like many other Speyside distilleries, the Aultmore Distillery is not very well known. Still, their releases are worthy of attention, especially those in their Exceptional Cask Series. For example, this 11-year-old, delicately sherried single malt whisky.
With this 12-year-old bottling, Speyside distillery Aultmore presents a good 'beginner's malt'. With its notes of sweet pears, grass and hay and herbs, this is a whisky to enjoy with friends at a garden party.
Not overly complex, but nicely balanced and with a pleasantly intense taste. That is how you could describe the character of this 18-year-old Aultmore, aged in bourbon and sherry casks. Especially with its light fruit tones a typical Speyside whisky.
In its attractively priced 'entry bottlings' range, bottler Signatory Vintage releases this 10-year-old Aultmore single malt whisky. Matured in 2 first fill bourbon barrels and bottled at 43%, this Speysider is a nice introduction to single malts.
Baker's, the extra soft bourbon from the stills of Jim Beam. This bottling is 7 years old, at a strength of 53.5%. This is a bourbon whiskey that you have to give time in the glass and where you should not put ice cubes in. Complex and balanced.
One of the core bottlings of Highland single malt whisky Balblair, and at the age of 12 also the youngest of the lot. Pretty fruity, not very complex and pleasant to drink. A whisky not to be difficult about, a great dram for an evening with friends.
This 12-year-old Balblair is a release in the Discovery series by bottler Gordon & MacPhail. Matured in bourbon cask and at 43% strength, this pleasantly drinkable, light whisky is a good choice to get acquainted with a Highland single malt.
This Balblair single malt whisky aged for 15 years in bourbon and sherry casks. In its role as one of the core bottlings of the Highland distillery, it is nicely balanced between light and exotic fruit, with notes of chocolate, raisins and toffee. (46%)
The Balcones Baby Blue is the first Texan whisky since the Prohibition in the 1920s. Made from roasted 'blue corn', an oily kind of corn. Balcones Distilling deliberately made a young but complex dram with this whisky. At 46%.
The young Texas distillery Balcones is best known for their whisky that is distilled from blue corn. But the artisan distillery makes more whiskies, such as single malt. This is a single malt-whisky in the Classic Edition series, bottled at 53% ABV.
For those who love bourbon, the young Balcones Distilling offers a tempting alternative with this True Blue 100 corn whisky. Robust, with its 50%, but also subtle, complex, supple and fruity, with the characteristic notes of roasted corn.
Under the name Ballechin, the Highland distillery Edradour presents a peaty malt. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke flavor and an extensive palette of cask influences due to maturation on both bourbon and sherry casks. A nice whisky at 46%.
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