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The Speyside includes the catchment area of the River Spey with its tributaries. It is not the largest whisky region in terms of area, but with its 50 or so active distilleries, Speyside produces around 50% of all Scotch whisky. For that reason, the Speyside is formally regarded as a separate whiskyregio, although it is in the Highlands. A general characteristic of Speyside whisky could be: not smoky, fruity, flowers.

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Benromach 2012 Contrasts: Kiln Dried Oak

In the Contrasts series, Benromach has released two bottlings of their virgin oak matured single malt whisky. This bottling matured for 10 years in kiln-dried virgin oak casks: creamy, tropical fruit, lime, apple, sweet barley, menthol, peat smoke. (46%)

Benromach 2013 Cask Strength Batch 01

This is a bottle of batch #1 of Benromach 2013 single malt whisky in the Cask Strength series. The Speysider matured for about 10 years in sherry and bourbon casks. A full dram with characteristic notes of stewed fruit, citrus and a hint of smoke (59.7%)

Benromach 2014 Cask Strength Batch 02

This is a bottle of batch #2 of Benromach 2014 single malt whisky in the Cask Strength series. The Speysider matured for 9 years in sherry and bourbon casks. A full dram with characteristic notes of stewed fruit, citrus and a hint of smoke (59.7%)

Benromach 21-year-old

The subtle smoke that characterizes Benromach single malt whisky and the influence of both the bourbon and sherry casks on which it matured provide a rich palette of notes. The maturation period of 21 years certainly plays a role in this. Bottled at 43%.

Benromach 40-year-old 2022 Batch 2

Fruit notes such as ripe apple, mandarin orange and raspberry, notes such as black pepper, cloves and, for example, beeswax, you'll find all this and more in this extraordinary Benromach bottling. The 40-year-old single malt whisky is bottled at 56.5%.

Braeval 2000 Signatory Vintage

The Braeval Distillery has not released any bottlings except for two. Still, their single malt whisky is worth bottling. And that's where bottlers like Signatory Vintage enter the stage. This Braeval is 21 years old and is still at 60.3%. Aged on sherry.

Braeval 2000 Whisky AGE

To taste Braeval single malt whisky, you have to go to independent bottlers. With this bottling of Whisky AGE, you've got a good one: the Speysider matured for no less than 23 years in a large sherry cask and is bottled at 57.9% cask strength.

Burnside 1994 The Whisky Blues

There is no Burnside distillery, so what's behind that name? Well, simply, it's Balvenie single malt whisky with a teaspoon of Glenfiddich mixed in. This bourbon-aged Burnside is certainly not ordinary at 28 years old and a Whiskybase-score of 90! (47.8%)

Burnside 1994 Whisky AGE

Take a cask of The Balvenie single malt whisky, add a teaspoon of Glenfiddich malt, and behold: a cask of Burnside blended malt! After 28 (!) years of maturation, the Taiwanese bottler Whisky Age extracted 224 bottles from that bourbon cask at 48% ABV.

Caperdonich 2000 Signatory Vintage - Cask 29492

It closed twenty years ago, the Caperdonich Distillery, and quite a few people still think that's a shame. Signatory Vintage now has a nice bottling on offer for those people. A 22-year-old, bourbon-aged edition! The single malt whisky is bottled at 55.9%

Caperdonich 21-year-old - Peated - CP/001

Remarkable: it was only after it closed in 2002 that The Caperdonich Distillery released bottlings of its own single malt whisky. This is a 21 year old one in the Small Batch Release series. Also special: it is a peated version! Bottled in 2019 at 48%.

Cardhu 14-year-old Diageo Special Releases 2021

Cardhu was one of the first distilleries to launch its own single malt bottlings in the 1960s. The single malt whisky has since been released in several Diageo Special Releases. The 2021 edition is 14 years old and is finished in red wine casks. (55.5%)

Cardhu 18-year-old

This is a standard bottling from Speyside distillery Cardhu. This single malt whisky has matured for 18 years in bourbon and sherry casks and is bottled at 40% ABV. That makes this a typical, fruity and round Speysider, a pleasantly drinkable dram.

Convalmore 1977 - Diageo Special Releases 2013

Where can you come across bottles like this anymore? Well, with us! Some still mourn the closing of the Convalmore Distillery in 1985. Rightly so! This 36-year-old Convalmore single malt whisky can certainly soothe that sadness! (bottled at 58.4%)

Convalmore 26-year-old Cadenhead's

Where can you come across bottles like this anymore? Well, with us! Some still mourn the closing of the Convalmore Distillery in 1985. Rightly so! This 26-year-old Convalmore single malt whisky can certainly soothe that sadness! (bottled at 46%)

Cragganmore 12-year-old

A mild, fruity and 'modest' Speysider, this Cragganmore 12. No spectacle in your glass, but a balanced complexity. Fruit and heather, a hint of grains, honey, toffee and the spiciness of oak. A dram to give a chance!

Craigellachie 2009 Gordon & MacPhail

Specially released for the Dutch market, but of course available worldwide through us: a 13-year-old Craigellachie single malt whisky at cask strength (55.3%), matured in a bourbon cask. Taste tropical fruit, baked apple, mature oak, pepper and much more.

Craigellachie 2009 Whisky AGE

The Taiwanese Whisky AGE bottled this Craigellachie single malt whisky in 2022 after it had matured in a bourbon cask for 13 years. An uncomplicated, accessible dram. Notes of yellow fruit, nuts and citrus, malty notes next to wood and spices. (53.8%)

Craigellachie 2012 Signatory Vintage

A new Signatory Vintage bottling series is the Small Batch: limited edition bottlings, standard at 48.2% and reasonably priced. This edition #5 is an 11-year-old Craigellachie single malt whisky. The Speysider matured in Oloroso sherry casks.

Craigellachie 2012 Signatory Vintage - Cask 900693

This Craigellachie single malt whisky is released by Signatory Vintage in the Cask Strength Collection series. This is more than justified: the Speysider is bottled at a cask strength of no less than 68.2%! The malt aged for 11 years in an Oloroso cask.

Dailuaine 1997 Signatory Vintage - Casks 7764 + 7765

The color of this single malt whisky suggests that it matured in sherry casks, the label refers to two hogsheads, which usually indicates bourbon casks. Anyway, this Dailuaine matured for 24 years in those casks and was bottled at cask strength: 57.6%.

Dailuaine 2009 Ultimate - Matured in bourbon hogsheads

Although one of the larger single malt whisky distilleries in the Speyside, Dailuaine is not very well known. They hardly release distillery bottlings. So we have to look at bottlers like Van Wees, with this 13-year-old dram, for example, bottled at 46%.

Dailuaine 2011 Chapter 7

Dailuaine has hardly ever released bottlings of their own product, but it is one of the larger distilleries in the Speyside. To get to know this single malt whisky better, this Chapter 7 bottling is very suitable. It aged for 11 years in a bourbon cask.

Dailuaine 2012 Signatory Vintage - Cask 308754 etc.

Not very well known, the Dailuaine distillery, and then this nicely priced bottling is a great option to get acquainted with their single malt whisky. The whisky matured for 10 years in bourbon casks that were first scraped and then re-charred. (46%)

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