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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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Glenallachie 2008 Whisky-Fässle

The German quality bottler Whisky-Fässle released this bottling in 2021, with a greater scaup duck on the label and a 12-year-old Glenallachie in the bottle. The single malt whisky matured in a large sherry cask and was bottled at 51.7% cask strength.

Glenallachie 2009 Hart Brothers

The name of the Single Cask - Cask Strength series from Hart Brothers says it all. The Glenallachie of this bottling comes from one cask, in which it matured for 14 years, and is bottled at the strength with which it came from that cask (56. 1%).

Glenallachie 2011 Single Cask

This Glenallachie single malt is really a whisky for at the fireplace. It matured for 12 years in a Pedro Ximénez sherry cask, from which it was bottled at a solid 61%. A dram to enjoy while sipping. It was specially bottled for the Netherlands.

Glenburgie 15-year-old

Ballantine's is known worldwide for its blended whisky. But many will be surprised by this bottling in the Ballantine's Series No. 001: A single malt whisky from the Glenburgie Distillery, aged for 15 years in bourbon casks. For a nice price! (40%)

Glenburgie 21-year-old Gordon & MacPhail

Gordon & MacPhail was allowed to use the original Glenburgie label for this bottling. You are a quality bottler, or you are not! This is a 21-year-old Glenburgie single malt whisky. The full, fruity Speysider matured in sherry casks. Bottled at 43%.

Glendullan 2009 Ultimate - Bourbon Hogsheads

Glendullan single malt whisky is relatively unknown, except in America where it is marketed as Singleton of Glendullan. Here is a bottling from Van Wees in their The Ultimate series. The malt matured for 13 years in a bourbon cask and was bottled at 46%.

Glenfarclas 10-year-old

Also in terms of price this 10 year old Glenfarclas is a fine 'entry-level' single malt. Light, fruity 'Speyside' tones combined with malt, a hint of smoke and the sweetness of sherry make this whisky easy to drink. At 40%.

Glenfarclas 10-year-old The Flower of Scotland

We believe this is a bottle from a 1990s Glenfarclas bottling, released as A Force of Nature in the Flower of Scotland Collection and packaged in the unique tin that comes with that. The single malt whisky matured for 10 years and was bottled at 40%.

Glenfarclas 105 - 100 cl

For those who love 'sherry bombs', the Glenfarclas 105 single malt whisky is a must. Robust, with depth and very well balanced; a dram for at the fireplace after a winter walk. Despite the 60% strength, it drinks away pleasantly. And that for a nice price

Glenfarclas 12-year-old - 100 cl

Speyside distillery Glenfarclas is known for its bottlings that matured on sherry casks. A good example is this 12 year old with its full taste and notes of light and dark fruit and sherry. In a liter bottle. At 43%.

Glenfarclas 15-year-old

Looking for a well-sherried whisky at an acceptable price? Then try this dark-colored 15-year-old Glenfarclas. A great combination of light, fruity Speyside tones and the warm sweetness of sherry. Bottled at 46%.

Glenfarclas 175th Anniversary

In 2011, Glenfarclas celebrated its 175th anniversary with this bottling: a mix of strongly sherried single malt whiskies from the 1950s and 1960s (the oldest cask from 1952!) and fruitier malts from subsequent years. A festive bottling for sure! (43%)

Glenfarclas 1980 - The Family Casks 1414

Just because Glenfarclas is best known for its sherried single malt whisky doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with its bourbon cask aged malts! Take, for example, this 37-year-old Family Casks bottling from 2017, which scores very well! (44.5%)

Glenfarclas 1987 - The Family Casks 3831

A special The Family Casks bottling from Speyside distillery Glenfarclas. In 1987 the single malt whisky went into the cask, a refill sherry cask, and more than 30 years later in 2018 it was bottled at a cask strength of 46% in an edition of 588 bottles.

Glenfarclas 1989 - The Family Casks 13007

This is the vintage 1989 bottling in the Summer 2021 series, aged in a sherry cask of course. Bottled at 51.9%.

Glenfarclas 1989 - The Family Casks 13031

Like all Glenfarclas The Family Casks bottlings, this one also belongs to the top of sherried single malt whisky. It matured for about 33 years in a select sherry cask, from which the malt was bottled in 602 bottles in 2022 at a cask strength of 52.3%.

Glenfarclas 1991 - The Family Casks 5679

Glenfarclas is a topper when it comes to sherried single malt whisky. And then their single cask bottlings in The Family Casks series belong again to the top of this Speyside distillery. This edition matured for over 30 years in a large sherry cask. 55.6%

Glenfarclas 1995 - The Family Casks 6651

A famous range of sherried single malt whiskies is The Family Casks by Glenfarclas. Cask strength bottlings and matured in sherry casks. They are single-cask bottlings, so each edition is unique. This one is 27 years old and bottled at 50.2% cask strength

Glenfarclas 1999 - The Family Casks 5212

This Glenfarclas single malt whisky is one of many bottlings in the famous The Family Casks series of this Speyside distillery. This one is about 22 years old and aged in a sherry cask of course (we are talking about Glenfarclas!). Bottled at 55.3%.

Glenfarclas 2000 - The Family Casks 3286

Specially bottled for the Dutch market, this single cask bottling from Glenfarclas distillery. In the acclaimed series The Family Casks. The single malt whisky matured for about 21 years in a large sherry cask. That yielded 621 bottles at 52.8%.

Glenfarclas 2001 - The Family Casks 3383

This The Family Casks bottling from Glenfarcas will not be a sherry bomb, but rather a delicately sherried single malt whisky. It matured +/- 20 years in a sherry cask in which three times before a whisky matured. Bottled at cask strength (55.1%).

Glenfarclas 2004 Autumn Edition for the Netherlands

This Autumn Edition of Glenfarclas has been specially selected and bottled for the Dutch market. This 17 year old single malt whisky is sherried, a hallmark that made the distillery world famous. Bottled at 53.5%.

Glenfarclas 2013 - Easter Edition 2024

An excellent dram for Easter, but actually also for any other day: the Easter Edition 2013 from Glenfarclas. The single malt whisky matured for about 10 years in sherry casks (Glenfarclas, of course) and was released in an edition of 3000 bottles. (46%)

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