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Blended malt whisky is a mix of malt whisky from casks of various distilleries. Not to be confused with blended whisky which is a mix of malt and grain whiskies.
This 10-year-old Big Peat was released by bottler Douglas Laing on the occasion of the 10-year existence of the Big Peat brand. Just like the other Big Peat's, this one is a mix of Islay malt whiskies, slightly less smoky, but also full of flavor!
Of course, after The Gold Edition of the Big Peat bottlings from Douglas Laing, there had to be The Platinum Edition. A 26-year-old blend of Islay malt whiskies. Mature, well balanced, very enjoyable, and very 'Islay'. Highly recommended!
The German bottler The Whisky Agency sometimes also blends, as this bottling shows. This is a blended malt, a mix of several single malt whiskies. We don't know which whiskies are blended here, but given the reputation of TWA, you can rest assured.
There are at least two single malt whiskies in this blended malt bottling by Murray McDavid. The youngest of these is 26 years old. That makes one curious! Perhaps the only way to find out which whiskies are involved is to taste a dram.
A blend of Campbeltown single malt whiskies by the Thompson brothers, known from the Dornoch Castle whisky bar. Despite its youth, this is an interesting mix of Springbank and Glen Scotia malts, for a good price. The label is also interesting.
There are at least two single malt whiskies in this bottling by Murray McDavid. The youngest of these is 22 years old. The whiskies aged on bourbon and sherry casks and together they were finished on a bourbon cask. This Coinnich is bottled at 46%.
The label of this blended malt whiskey bottling from Whiskey-Fässle tells us nothing about which single malt whiskies are in it. But it is clear that we are dealing here with a blended malt of quality. Aged 24 years in sherry casks. 54.3%
This Fine Blended Malt Whisky proves that Whiskey-Fässle not only produces interesting bottlings, but can also blend well. We do not know which single malts combine so beautifully here. These are sherryed malts, the youngest being 17 years old.
The innovative blender Compass Box put a grain whisky and 3 single malt whiskies in 1 bourbon cask and bottled this blended whisky for the Dutch market. A mature, balanced and complex dram with a hint of smoke. Certainly worth its price!
This Maltage from the Japanese Shinshu Mars distillery is a blend of single malt whiskies. Of course there is a single malt from Shinshu itself. But also Scottish malt. It is a rich, well-balanced, non-complex and pleasantly drinkable whisky.
This Middleton Very Rare single malt whiskey was bottled at the end of the last century. The production process was supervised by Master Distiller Barry Crockett. Each bottle received a certificate. This Irish whiskey is now very, very rare! (40%)
This first from the Crafted Blend whisky series Rìgh Seumas by Murray McDavid is a blend of malt whiskies that matured in bourbon, wine and sherry casks and of which the youngest is 7 years old. And now you can guess what whiskiess they are. Bottled at 50
Blended especially for the Dutch market, and bottled in a release of just 200 bottles! This special, 20-year old Rock Oyster blended malt whisky is made from single malts Arran, Jura, Ledaig, Highland Park and Caol Ila. Complex and harmonious.
The young Irish Teeling Distillery likes to experiment, using whisky from other distilleries such as Cooley. This blended whisky finished in rum casks is a good example of this. Give the rum tones some time to develop in the glass.
Specially blended by Douglas Laing for the Dutch market, and bottled in a release of just 200 bottles. The Epicurean is a blend of Lowland single malt whiskies. The youngest of these in this edition is 20 years old. A special dram!
Three Speyside single malt whiskies have been combined here by Murray McDavid: Glen Moray, Craigellachie and Miltonduff. The youngest is 8 years old, and all three matured in a different kind of cask. Bottled together at 46%. That is The Speysiders.
Wardhead? A whisky brand that you don't see a lot. It is a blended malt with a lot of Glenfiddich and a teaspoon of Balvenie. A special bottling from the Japanese company Acorn. Matured for 19 years on bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength (50.5%).
Uncomplicated, light and yet full of flavor. That is how you could describe this Irish blended malt. A whisky for every day or, in terms of price too, a nice entry-level dram. It is not known which distilleries produced the malt, but what does it matter?
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