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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.
Under the name Ballechin, the Highland distillery Edradour presents a peaty malt. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke flavor and an extensive palette of cask influences due to maturation on both bourbon and sherry casks. A nice whisky at 46%.
[SMALL BOTTLE] Ballechin is the peated malt whisky from the Highland distillery Edradour. This 10-year-old has a strong peat and smoke aroma and an extensive palette of cask influences. This small bottle could be a nice gift!
The standard single malt whisky from the Edradour distillery is not peated. For the enthusiast, Edradour releases a peated malt under the Ballechin brand name. This Ballechin matured for 11 years in a sherry cask before it was bottled by Van Wees.
The Ballechin brand stands for the peated single malt from Highland distillery Edradour. This Ballechin is a single cask bottling that has matured on bourbon for 10 years. Do you like smoky and peat? Then this 60.1% strong malt might be something for you.
This is one of the first Ballechin bottlings. This single malt whisky from the Edradour Distillery was bottled in 2006, the first year in which the peated whisky from Edradour appeared. This dram matured for 4 years on burgundy casks. So a special dram!
A bottling in the series 12 years old Single Barrel from The Balvenie. With this single malt whisky it's about single cask bottling, so every bottling (now more than 250) is therefore unique. The strength however is always 47.8%. Matured on a bourbon cask
A new release of the 12-year-old Balvenie single malt whisky in the Double Wood series. Double Wood, that's what it says: first matured in bourbon vas's and then finished in sherry casks. This 12-year-old malt combines the best of both worlds! At 40%.
When this Founder’s Reserve from The Balvenie is bottled, we don't know. Probably years ago. This Speyside single malt whisky has not been registered in the Whiskybase before. A mysterious bottle actually, a special bottle! For sale at our shop!
Another successful bottling from Claxton's. The Ben Nevis single malt whisky matured for 23 years on a sherry butt. Yet this is not a 'sherry bomb', but a subtle, complex and strikingly fruity dram that needs some time to fully develop.
Complex, spicy and oily with notes of milk chocolate, cinnamon, dates, raisins, stewed apples and rum. Just some notes from people who already tasted it, this 21 year old Ben Nevis single malt whisky. Matured in a sherry cask and bottled at 52.2%.
With the Curiositas line, Speyside distiller BenRiach releases a peated single malt. The smokiness has a mild 'Islay' character. Notes of wood, spicy, creamy, fruity, these are just some keywords. A fine whisky for a reasonable price!
This BenRiach matured for 10 years in a bourbon barrel before the German Alambic Classique, bottled it at a cask strength of 62.4%. Intense wood tones, green apple, popcorn, citrus fight for attention. No whisky for wimps!
Speyside distillery BenRiach is not afraid to experiment, but if you want to try a straightforward BenRiach single malt whisky, then this 10-year-old bottling of Claxton's that aged on a bourbon barrel is a good choice. At 56.5% cask strength.
For bottler Maltbarn it's only about quality, without bells and whistles. This also applies to this BenRiach single malt whisky. This Speysider matured for 11 years on a sherry cask and of course was bottled at cask strength in a release of 156 bottles.
Like many of those older single malt whiskies, this BenRiach also needs time to develop in the glass. The maturation in bourbon, sherry and new oak casks makes it complex. But it also remains pleasant to drink. If you give him time. (46,8%)
This must be a fairly young BenRiach single malt whisky, this distillery bottling, and it is aged in bourbon barrels. Not yet in balance because of his age, but that gives an interesting roller coaster experience. Another nice BenRiach experiment!
Speyside distillery Benrinnes has hardly released distillery bottlings. And this 21-year-old single malt whisky is also an independent bottling. By Signatory Vintage in the Cask Strength Collection series. Get to know Benrinnes with this bottle.
In their The Single Cask series bottler Claxton’s released this 19-year-old Benrinnes. Matured on a bourbon barrel, this single malt whisky is bottled at cask strength (51.5%). A bottle to get to know Speyside distillery Benrinnes a bit better.
Bottler Cadenhead released these 14-year-old Benrinnes in their Small Batch series. Matured in bourbon barrels, this single malt whisky is bottled at cask strength (55.4%). This Benrinnes combines Speyside fruitiness with notes of American oak.
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