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[SMALL BOTTLE] Ballechin is the peated malt whisky from the Highland distillery Edradour. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke aroma and an extensive palette of cask influences. This small bottle could be a nice gift!
Ballechin is the brand under which Highland distillery Edradour releases its peated single malt whisky. In their series The Ultimate - Cask Strength, Van Wees bottled this 11 year old Ballechin that matured on a 2nd fill sherry butt. (59.8%)
For lovers of the combination smoky and sherried, the Edradour Distillery comes with this 10 year old Ballechin matured in an oloroso sherry cask. It is a single cask bottling that yielded 948 0.5 liter bottles at a strength of 59.1%.
The Balmenach Distillery has only released a handful distillery bottlings in the two centuries of its existence. And this is also not a distillery bottling but one from Gordon & MacPhail. And a special one it is! Aged for 32 years in a sherry cask. At 51%
A new release of the 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky in the Double Wood series. Double Wood, that's what it says: first matured in bourbon vas's and then finished in sherry casks. This 12-year-old malt combines the best of both worlds! At 40%.
A special edition of The Balvenie, the distillery that is in the top 10 of the world's best-selling single malt whiskies. As the series name indicates, this is a single cask bottling. The malt matured for 12 years on a 1st fill bourbon barrel. (47.8%)
This is a 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky from the Single Barrel series. The whiskies from this series have matured on 1st fill bourbon barrels, so on barrels that have been used 1x before: for maturing bourbon. This cask yielded 300 bottles. 47,8
A special edition of The Balvenie, the distillery that is in the top 10 of the world's best-selling single malt whiskies. As the series name indicates, this is a single cask bottling. The malt matured for 21years on a ‘Traditional Oak’ cask. (47.8%)
A new bottler and blender founded by two friends from whisky island Islay: The Islay Boys. In the Bårelegs series, they release this 7-year-old, slightly smoky Highland single malt whisky matured in bourbon casks. With distinctive notes of heather. (46%)
The Islay Boys do not tell us which distillery this single malt whisky comes from. It is certain that it is an Islay malt, and that it has matured in bourbon casks. A previous Islay Single Malt bottling from 'The Boys' won an IWSC silver medal. (46%)
Ben Nevis is one of the established names in the single malt whisky world. And with this 20 year old bottling, The Single Cask releases a desirable edition. The Highlander aged on a bourbon cask, a hogshead. That yielded 274 bottles. At 53% cask strength.
Ben Nevis McDonald's Traditional. The name of this Highland single malt whisky refers to Long John McDonald who was at the cradle of the Ben Nevis Distillery in Fort William and to the traditional way in which this bottling was produced. (46%)
A new smoky single malt whisky from the BenRiach Distillery. This The Smoky Ten matured for 10 years (naturally) in three types of casks: bourbon, rum and new oak. In addition to smoke, this malt also contains notes of summer-ripe fruit, pear and honey.
Speyside distillery BenRiach is releasing several 12 year old single malt whiskies in its new series The Twelve. We had a smoky variant in the shop before, now this BenRiach matured in 3 different types of cask: sherry, bourbon and port. Bottled at 46%.
The bottlings of the BenRiach Distillery have newly designed labels with clear information about the single malt whisky. For example, the label of this The Smoky Twelve not only learns that it is quite smoky, but also that it aged in 3 types of cask. (46%
Already on the market for a while, but now on our shelf: a 20-year-old BenRiach, vintage 1997, matured on a bourbon barrel. Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in the Connoisseurs Choice - Cask Strength series. This single malt whisky is bottled at 56.7%.
Still vatted before the 2002 closure of the Speyside distillery BenRiach (which reopened in 2004). In 2019, Ian Macleod bottled this single malt whisky at an age of 21 after it was finished in rum casks. So, quite a special bottle, you could say! (46%)
This BenRiach single malt whisky, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail, matured for 21 years in a refill bourbon cask. That yielded 165 bottles at 55%, and notes such as citrus, pineapple, red apple, peach, milk chocolate, poached pear, and anise in the finish.
This BenRiach matured for 10 years in a bourbon barrel before the German Alambic Classique, bottled it at a cask strength of 62.4%. Intense wood tones, green apple, popcorn, citrus fight for attention. No whisky for wimps!
Speyside distillery BenRiach is not afraid to experiment, but if you want to try a straightforward BenRiach single malt whisky, then this 10-year-old bottling of Claxton's that aged on a bourbon barrel is a good choice. At 56.5% cask strength.
'Belgian roots… but Gaelic at heart', is how bottler Brachadair sees itself. And this is a bottling of a single malt whisky from the definitely Gaelic and innovative BenRiach Distillery. The malt is 6 years old and is finished on a small sherry cask. 58.2
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