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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.
This is your chance to try a wheat whisky! As far as we know, the only globally available wheat-made whisky. Related to bourbon and rye whiskey, but different. Have a drink out of the box!
Caledonian closed in 1988, so this bottling by newcomer 3006 Whisky is one of the last products of this single grain whisky distillery. A lot of depth in this bottling, full of aromas and flavors. And reasonably priced. Really a must!
For 27 years, this single grain whisky matured on a bourbon barrel before it was bottled by Gordon & Company. This single grain from Cambus Distillery, that closed in 1993, is worth considering for sure!
A nice, full Cameronbridge single grain whisky, this 33-year-old bottling from Murray McDavid. Sugared nuts, white chocolate, apricots in the nose, butter, marzipan, jam in the mouth, long finish. An example of how good a single grain can be!
In 1828 Cameronbridge was the first distillery to make grain whisky. And they still do it. A good example is this 34 year old grain, matured on a bourbon cask, bottled by Van Wees in an edition of 177 bottles. At 54.9% cask strength.
Distillery bottlings by Cameronbridge, the oldest single-grain whisky distillery in Scotland, are rare. So we have to deal with bottlings like this one from Cadenhead: aged 29 years in a bourbon barrel and bottled at cask strength (57.8%.).
Carsebridge single grain whisky is not often found anymore, the distillery was closed in 1983. This bottling from Svenska Eldvatten is extra special: a Carsebridge of vintage 1974! 43 years later, the cask yielded only 90 bottles ...
If you want to try an Irish single grain whiskey, one that is aged on bourbon, and finished on sherry and then at a reasonable price: here is the Glendalough Double Barrel. Light, pleasant to drink, but also complex. Something different!
From the bourbon cask in which this Invergordon single grain whisky matured for 44 years, the Belgian bottler Brachadair obtained no more than 104 bottles, at cask strength (46.7%). Until now, this Invergordon has only received high ratings. That makes on
A festive edition on the occasion of their 5 year anniversary, this bottling from the Swedish Svenska Eldvatten. This Invergordon single grain whisky was bottled after 33 years of maturing. This yielded 96 bottles at cask strength (48.9%). Be quick!
This 30-year-old Invergordon single grain whisky was finished by bottler Murray McDavid on a sherry cask before it was bottled at 54% strength. The sherry finish does not overshadow the grain character. A nice dram for the grain whisky enthusiast!
This 31-year-old Invergordon single grain whisky still has a strikingly high ABV percentage. Matured in a refill bourbon barrel and bottled by North Star Spirits. The Invergordon spirit put on cask in 1987. An interesting dram, with its 63.2%!
27 years, aged in a bourbon barrel, at 51.3% cask strength, bottled in 2015 by Maltbarn. That is the dry data of this Invergordon single grain whisky. Curious how this bottling from quality bottler Maltbarn tastes? There are still some bottles ..
Hij lijkt een beetje over het hoofd gezien, deze 28-jarige Invergordon-botteling van Gordon & Company. Maar voor wie van single grain whiisky houdt is deze op bourbonvat gerijpte en op een vatsterkte van 56,8% gebottelde grain zeker het overwegen waard...
Swedish bottler Svenska Eldvatten also releases grain whisky bottlings. Like this 24-year-old Invergordon from the vintage year 1993. This grain whisky aged on a bourbon barrel and was bottled in 168 bottles at cask strength (53.6%). Worth considering!
Relatively young for a grain whisky, this 18-year-old Invergordon. Because of this it is not only high in alcohol (59.1%), but it is also favorably priced, this bottling from Gordon & Company, released in their series The Pearls of Scotland.
A whiskey distilled from millet! This bottling from organic distillery KOVAL from Chicago is therefore not only gluten-free, but it matured on heavily charred American oak and is bottled 'single barrel'. That certainly made us very curious!
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%.
In 1991 this North British single grain whisky went in the cask to be bottled by Cooper's Choice after being aged in a bourbon barrel for 26 years. At 42.5% cask strength. A low percentage that indicates a very active cask. That makes one curious!
For a single grain whisky such as this North British, 10 years is very young. Yet Whiskybroker dared to bottle this grain, that aged on an active bourbon cask, at this age. A chance to buy a good grain whisky for a great price!
Bottler Murray McDavid finished this North British single grain whisky on a bourbon cask of organic oak. All in all, this grain matured for 10 years in bourbon casks. It was bottled at a strength of 46%. For those who want to try how a grain tastes?
Gordon & Company bottled this 28-year-old Strathclyde single grain whisky in their Pearls of Scotland series. You can really only get to know the whisky from the Strathclyde Distillery in Glasgow through independent bottlings such as this one. Curious?
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