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In the new Art & Craft series from the Israeli M&H Distillery, the single malt whisky matures in traditional casks. This edition aged for 3 years in the warm environment of the Dead Sea in Doppelbock beer casks from the Ha'aretz brewery. At cask strength.
For a Scotch whisky, 3 years is very young. That is different with this Israeli single malt whisky from M&H. The whisky matured for 3 years at the Dead Sea, the lowest place and one of the warmest in the world. And heat makes whisky mature quickly! 56.5%
As The Milk & Honey Distillery proudly states on the label, this is as yet the only single malt whisky matured in pomegranate wine casks. This bottling is released in the APEX series of the Israeli distillery, so a highlight! Bottled at 57.2%.
Earlier, the Israeli M&H Distillery introduced a single malt whisky that matured in genuine Israeli pomegranate wine casks. But this bottling in the Art & Craft series is completely different: it matured in Belgian beer casks. About 1000 bottles at 55.1%.
The bottlings of the Scottish Thompson Brothers get good marks. The brothers have a good idea of when a whisky is ready to be bottled, and that will also be the case with this 4-year-old M&H single malt-whisky that matured in a bourbon cask. (57.1% ABV)
A liquid Christmas cake, that's what this M&H single malt whisky is called, so it's a real Christmas Treat. It matured in bourbon and sherry casks, and in re-charred red wine casks. This resulted in a full, warm and sweet winter whisky. (49%)
Probably the first single malt whisky to mature in Israeli chardonnay casks. This cask strength bottling of the young Tel Aviv-based Milk & Honey Distillery is 3 years old. That is young, and therefore of a robust alcohol percentage (61.2%).
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