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Single grain whisky is a mixture of grain whisky from casks of the same distillery. Grain whisky can be made from different grains, and is distilled in continuous stills. The whisky for single grain bottlings has often been matured for decades in oak barrels, what has given it its flavor.
Bottler Chapter 7 not only releases single malt, but also single grain whisky. This Cambus bottling is a good example of this. The grain went into cask in 1988, 5 years before the distillery closed and matured in a bourbon cask and 'octaves'. (47.6%)
In 1993, the Cambus grain distillery closed for good. In the Exceptional Casks series, Berry Bros & Rudd presents a single grain whisky that went into the (sherry) cask 2 years before the closure. It has a remarkably complex and intense taste palette.
The Cambus grain distillery in the Lowlands closed in 1993, but you can still come across new (independent) bottlings of this single grain whisky every now and then. Here's another one! The grain is 30 years old and matured in a refill sherry cask. 54.6%
Berry Bros & Rudd is the oldest British liquor merchant. They also bottle their own whisky. For example this 14 year old Cameronbridge single grain whisky. Cameronbridge was the first grain whisky distillery and is still one of the largest in Scotland.
Just as there are 'old school' single malt whiskies, there is also 'old school' single grain whisky. This Carsebridge is a good example of this. It matured for 33 years from 1964 to bottling in 1998 in a bourbon cask. Notes of vanilla, corn and banana.
The whisky in this bottle is 28 years old, and so is that bottle itself now. This is a Carsebridge single grain whisky, bottled in 1994 in the Vintage Collection of Signatory Vintage, more than 10 years after the distillery closed. Bottled at 57.8% ABV.
In addition to single malt whisky, the Rotterdam Cley Distillery also makes whisky based on malt and rye. The Whisky is distilled three times according to a 17th century recipe. This is a new batch of this Malt & Rye. 3 years old and bottled at 46% ABV.
A new batch of the Cley Malt & Rye Whisky 58%. The malt-rye combination provides an extra flavorful dram, firm in the mouth and oily. Made by the distillery in Rotterdam according to an age-old recipe, this produces a whisky with its own character.
Dràm Mòr is a young bottler in Dumbarton, Scotland. That is the same place in the Lowlands where the Dumbarton grain distillery is located. It is no surprise that Dràm Mòr is now releasing a Dumbarton bottling: a 20-year-old single grain whisky at 52%.
Dutch distillery Horstman makes various drinks, including grain whisky. The Horstman 2014 is distilled from two types of malt (50% barley and 50% wheat) and matured in a port cask. This results in a complex palette with a striking note of toasted bread.
For single malt whisky, Meadowside Blending has the well-known bottling series The Maltman, for single grain whisky there is the series The Grainman. And in that series this Invergordon is released. The grain whisky aged for 34 years in an ex-bourbon cask
Has nothing to do with coffee, Coffey is the type of still with which this Japanese blended grain whisky is made. That resulted in a fruity, light, pleasantly drinkable dram, a whisky for those long summer evenings. Bottled at 45%.
Douglas Laing is known for their special series Old Particular. Less well known, but even more special is the series Xtra Old Particular. In 2015, this 53 year old (!) North British single grain whisky, matured in a sherry cask, appeared in this series.
It's not a law of nature, but in general it's true: the older a single grain whisky, the better. This Chapter 7 bottled North British matured for 30 years in a sherry cask. Judging by the color, the sherry influence is not too dominant. Bottled at 44.5%.
North British is a large grain distillery near Edinburgh. There are hardly any distillery bottlings, but independent ones appear on a regular basis. Like this one. Single grain whisky needs a long time to mature. That has worked well with 30 years here!
As with all single grain whisky, in terms of availability, it must also for North British come from independent bottlings. Like this Rare Cask edition of Lady of the Glen. The single grain matured for 25 years in an ex-bourbon hogshead. Bottled at 51%.
One of the series from Signatory Vintage is the Single Grain Collection, a series with very attractively priced bottlings of single grain whisky, not complex, easy to drink. This is a grain from the North British Distillery, 13 years old and at 43%.
After a turbulent history spanning nearly two centuries, the Port Dundas grain distillery in Glasgow closed its doors in 2010. But there are still third-party bottlings of the single grain whisky. Like this 25-year-old that matured in bourbon casks. 57.3%
Perhaps KAOS refers to the special blend of whiskies: single malt, peated single malt and rye whisky, all three from the Stauning distillery in Jutland, Denmark. The distillery itself calls it triple malt whisky. Bottled in an artistic bottle at 46%.
The Teeling Whiskey Company also produces single grain whisky (or 'whiskey' in Irish). Here they release a 13-year-old grain whisky that matured in an ex-bourbon cask. It has been finished in a Bordeaux cask, which you can clearly see in the colour. (50%)
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