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Speyside Whisky


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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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Dailuaine 1973 Rare Malts Selection - bottle 3285

A 22-year-old, high-scoring Dailuaine single malt whisky from 1973, bottled in 1996 as a Rare Malts edition for the American market. Despite twenty years of aging in wood, it has retained much of its strength, with an astonishing cask strength of 60.92%.

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%)

Dailuaine Murray McDavid - Creamy & Sweet

Bottler Murray McDavid reverts to the maturation process of top wines for the maturation of whisky under the motto 'The Art of Maturation'. This Dailluaine single malt whisky is finished in small (quarter cask), organic bourbon casks from Koval. (44,5%)

Dallas Dhu 1975 Rare Malts Selection - bottle 5312

A real old, rare bottle now. This Dallas Dhu single malt whisky was bottled in 1997 (61.9% ABV) long after the distillery closed. The very good scoring dram is now in our shop for a competitive price. Take your chance!

Dufftown 1988 Scott's Selection

If the bottler is Scott's Selection, then the bottle definitely deserves extra attention, because special and rare bottlings are Robert Scott's trademark. This Dufftown single malt whisky went on cask in 1988 to be bottled in 2011 at 58,3% cask strength.

Dufftown 2008 Berry Bros & Rudd

Dufftown single malt whisky is known for bottlings under the Singleton brand (Singleton or Dufftown). But third parties also release Dufftown bottlings, like this one from Berry Bros & Rudd. The 12-year-old whisky is finished in a PX sherry cask. (54.9%)

Fine Blended Malt Whisky 12-year-old Whisky-Fässle

Behind a beautiful retro label, with a duck of course, hides a Fine Blended Malt Whisky from the German bottler Whisky-Fässle. It is a blend of Speyside single malt whiskies, the youngest of which is 12 years old. Enjoy the mild Speyside fruitiness. 44.4%

Glen Elgin 12-year-old

Not very well known, the Speyside distillery Glen Elgin, but with this 12-year-old standard bottling they present a nice and affordable 'entry-level' single malt. Not too heavy, not too complex, and therefore very pleasant to drink. At 43%.

Glen Grant 10-year-old

Glen Grant is one of the best-selling single malts worldwide. This 10-year, nicely priced bottling at 40% is a good introduction to single malt whisky in general and to this Speyside distillery in particular.

Glen Grant 12-year-old

Not very complex, pleasant to drink and at a very acceptable price. This is how you could characterize this 12-year-old typical Speyside malt. This standard bottling from Glen Grant is at 43%.

Glen Grant 15-year-old - Batch Strength 1st Edition

A new distillery bottling from Glen Grant: This is the first edition of the new Batch Strength series. It is a 15 year old single malt whisky that matured in first-fill ex-bourbon casks. A real, fruity and intense Speysider, bottled at 50% at a nice price

Glen Grant 1955 Gordon & MacPhail

Bottler Gordon & MacPhail released this very special Glen Grant in 2005: the Speyside single malt whisky is no less than 50 years old (with vintage 1955). It matured in first -fill sherry casks. And now, in 2022, it scores over 92 points on Whiskybase!

Glen Grant 1995 Berry Bros & Rudd

The distinctive, slender shape of the stills at Glen Grant Distillery are said to produce the light, fresh profile of one of the world's best-selling single malt whiskies. A special Glen Grant bottling is this 26 to 27 year old one from BB&R. (49,1%)

Glen Grant 1997 Acorn

This is another solid bottling from the Japanese bottler Acorn. Behind the classic label lies a 24-year-old Glen Grant single malt whisky, released in the Friends of Oak series. The whisky matured in a bourbon cask, from which 141 bottles came at 55.6%.

Glen Keith 1997 Whisky-Doris

Bottler Whisky-Doris comes here with an interesting Glen Keith bottling. Interesting also as the Speyside Distillery was closed from 1999 to 2013. This Glen Keith single malt-whisky went in the bourbon cask in 1997 and was bottled at 50.3% 23 years later.

Glen Moray 12-year-old Elgin Heritage

For those who would like to get acquainted with single malt whisky, or more specifically with Speyside malt whisky, or even more specifically with Glen Moray single malt, this in our shop very nice priced 12-year-old distillery bottling is a real option.

Glen Moray 15-year-old

A new edition in the Elgin Heritage series of Glen Moray standard bottlings. The 15 year old single malt whisky matured in both ex-bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks and is bottled at 40% ABV. This Speyside-malt is available for a very reasonable price!

Glen Moray 18-year-old

You don't often come across an 18-year-old single malt whisky for this price anymore! It is a standard bottling in the Elgin Heritage series from Speyside Distillery Glen Moray. The sweet, fruity, malty whisky matured in first fill bourbon casks. (47.2%)

Glen Moray 2008 Berry Bros & Rudd

We didn't come across a Glen Moray single malt whisky that was finished on a red wine cask very often. But here comes Berry Bros & Rudd with one of those. The Speysider matured for 14 years: first in a bourbon cask and then in that wine cask. (54.2% ABV)

Glen Moray 2008 Whiskybroker

As a bottler, Whiskybroker has always strived for reasonable prices, and that still applies to bottlings under their new Cree brand. See, for example, this 14-year-old Glen Moray single malt whisky, matured in a bourbon barrel and bottled at 51.1%.

Glen Spey 2010 Whiskybroker

Special at Glen Spey are the purifiers on the spirit stills. These provide a greater 'reflux', which results in a lighter, delicate single malt whisky. Taste it with this 12-year-old Cree bottling. Finished in a superior bourbon cask. (52% cask strength)

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