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Single malt whisky is a mixture of malt whisky from casks of the same distillery. Malt whisky is made from barley malt and distilled in pot stills, and has matured for at least 3 years in oak barrels. This whisky usually has a for the distillery characteristic flavor. Is considered the classic whisky.
For the curious among us, this 3rd bottling of the new The Glasgow Distillery Co. The first 1770 Glasgow Single Malt, which was released in 2018, received very good reviews. Maybe a dram to try, this new Lowlands single malt whisky?
For those who want to try single malt whisky, this 12-year-old Aberfeldy is a good choice.
A Highland whisky with solid taste and a surprising aftertaste. Offered at a very reasonable price.
This Aberfeldy 1997 in the small batch series from Cadenhead is bottled in 2017 at 55.3%. With this whisky in the well-known iconic bottle, Cadenhead proves again their consistent quality. Curious about this Aberfeldy? Look in our shop!
With this 10 year old bottling of Aberlour you know what you get: a standard example of a 'sherried' whisky for a reasonable price. Remarkable is the shape of the bottle, which differs from the rest of the Aberlour range. At 43%.
This 16-year-old single malt whisky from the Double Cask Matured series by distillery Aberlour is a must for fans of non-smoky, fruity sherried whisky. The influence of the bourbon barrel in the background gives this dram extra depth.
This 12-year-old Aberlour is bottled by the German whisky bottler Maltbarn. It is a beautifully developing dram with notes of malt, fresh fruit and caramel. 155 bottles came from this single cask bottling. Do not wait to long!
Ailsa Bay Distillery is specially built to make single malt whisky in 4 types for the blend industry. Yet this new Lowlander sometimes releases its own bottling. Like this peated Sweet Smoke. Matured in American casks. We are curious! 48.9%
A special bottling in a limited edition, this 8-year-old Amrut from the Greedy Angels series. The master distiller himself chose the casks in which this whisky matured. Honey, vanilla, sweet citrus, tropical fruit and a hint of smoke. To enjoy!
This single malt from the Indian distiller Amrut is made from Indian and peaty Scottish barley malt: separately distilled and matured and then finished together on bourbon casks. Hence the name Fusion. On a solid 50%.
As the name suggests, this single malt from Amrut has been finished in Madeira casks. The madeira tones are subtly interwoven and well balanced with the characteristic Amrut aromas. A fine experiment in a limited edition. Do not wait to long!
Naarangi is Hindi for orange. The Indian Amrut is not afraid to experiment: first they put orange peels in sherry casks, and then let 3-year-old single malt mature for 3 years in the emptied again casks. Curious? Give it a try!
A single malt from the Indian Amrut, bottled by the English Blackadder in their Raw Cask series. At almost 62% strength, that must be a strong whisky. Not for the faint-hearted. Only 160 bottles have been bottled. Do not wait too long!
A peated Amrut bottled at cask strength a massive 62.80 %. This bottle has been released in 2015 and is quite an interesting release. Many would not expect a peated Indian whisky.
This anCnoc is part of the core assortment of the Knockdhu distillery. Bottled at 40% and for a reasonable price, this Highlander offers an aroma profile of malt, honey and wild flowers, with notes of beeswax, nutmeg and herbs.
This 24-year-old Highland single malt from the Knockdhu distillery has clear sherry influences. A hint of smoke indicates maturation in toasted casks. A rich whisky at a reasonable price for its age.
This anCnoc vintage 2001 was bottled in 2015 and limited to 6000 bottles. This whisky has been maturing in a combination of Spanish and American Oak Casks.
Quite rich in the nose with honey, spices and floral aspects easy to drink.
Around the turn of the millennium, Islay distillery Ardbeg came out with a 17-year bottling, like this one from 2004. The series has since been somewhat forgotten. Wrongly so, because it always scored good. Curious? Take your chance now!
A new whisky in Ardbeg's core range, matured in new oak, PX sherry and bourbon casks. The new oak barrels give this Islay whisky its own character. But of course there is also enough 'smoke' to smell and taste. At 46.6%.
The Corryvreckan is another classic in the Ardbeg range. With its aromas of peat, smoke, dark fruit, dark chocolate, and hints of herbs and lemon, it is exactly what you can expect from a modern Ardbeg. At 57.1%.
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