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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.
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%.
As the name implies, this classic from Ardbeg is 10 years old. A standard bottling that portrays the character of this Islay brand: smoke and peat of course, but also licorice, chocolate, something medicinal. At 46% and nicely priced.
Thanks to the aging on sherry casks in combination with the typical Ardbeg smokiness, the Uigedail is a true classic. The excellent price / quality ratio also plays a role here. A whisky that you make friends with! At 54.2%
Elixir Distillers has previously released some well-appreciated Ardmore bottlings. These were fairly young releases (7, 8 and 9 years). This Ardmore single malt whisky is 20 years old. That sounds promising! Of course bottled at cask strength (51.6%).
This time a quirky little fish, but nothing fishy about this Ardmore from 1999. Most of you will know that 1999 Ardmore can be excellent. This one reminds us of 1992 Ardmore, with a nice fruity style.
15 years old, this Ardmore, matured on a bourbon cask. In total, bottler Cooper’s Choice got 325 bottles of this slightly smoky single malt from the cask. At casks strength (51.5%). Worth considering.
A straightforward bottling by House of McCallum of a 12-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. The whisky matured on bourbon barrels and is bottled at 46.5%. Not chill-filtered, not colored, that is how a single malt comes into its own.
The Thompson brothers, managers of the famous Dornoch Castle whisky bar, also bottle single malt whiskies themselves. Like this 10-year-old Ardmore aged on a bourbon cask. Care is not only given to bottling, but also to the labels, by the way!
A co-production of bottlers Signatory Vintage and Le Gus’t, this 8-year-old Ardmore single malt whisky. A young, slightly smoky Highlander aged on bourbon barrel. With a strength of 60.9%, it is not really a bottle for beginners!
A nice bottling in the Black Corbie series by Rolf Kaspar, this 7-year-old Ardmore. Perhaps a bit young, but due to maturing on PX quarter casks it is still quite complex. The sherry notes and the hint of Ardmore smoke make this whisky worthwhile.
A nice entry-level malt, this Ardmore. In the nose you will find notes of toffee, honey, vanilla and a little smoke. That smoke comes back firmly in the taste. A friendly price tag is attached to this on quarter cask finished Highlander. At 40%
A standard bottle of the Arran Distillery on the island of the same name. In the nose you will find citrus, melon, toffee and cream. The taste is more spicy and fruity, with some coconut. This 10-year, 46% malt is sturdy and subtle at the same time.
A very nice price/quality ratio with this 14-year-old Arran. A basket with tropical fruit and herbs in the nose, complexity in the taste, well balanced. Just give it time to develop. Bottled at 46%.
This 18 year old Arran is bottled in 2016 at 46% after aging on both bourbon and sherry casks. This produces a very fruity dram, with flavors of orange, red fruit, honey and vanilla. Feels full and creamy in the mouth.
Tastefull whisky: Assertive Sherry notes, wood polish, bitter orange and pine resin wrapped up in apricot jam and apple sauce. Candied orange peel, almonds and mild sandal wood. In a long finish which has a faint hint of bubblegum.
An exemplary Arran single malt whisky, this bottling from the German quality bottler Maltbarn. The whisky matured for 23 years on a bourbon cask before Maltbarn bottled it at cask strength (51.1%). The distillery profile is clearly noticeable.
This 17-year-old Arran single malt whisky has matured on a large sherry cask before being bottled by C&S Dram Collection. Due to the large cask, the sherry influence is somewhat less, and the spirit influence somewhat more. An interesting bottle!
Bottler Gordon & MacPhail released a 19-year-old Arran single malt whisky in their series Connoisseurs Choice. The whisky from the Scottish island of Arran matured in a refill bourbon barrel, is bottled at 46% and is not chill-filtered.
Once in a while Arran comes out with a bottling selected by the master of distilling himself. This time it is a single malt whisky that matured for 12 years in special sherry casks. This special edition is bottled at cask strength (51.8%).
Certainly not complex, young but full of taste. Together with the very reasonable price, this Arran Lochranza Reserve is an excellent introduction to single malt whisky. At 43%.
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