St. Kilian Signature Edition Five: matured in virgin oak
Five different types of American andwere used for this German
The fifth edition of the St. Kilian Single Malt Whisky is an unpeated version: for this edition the concentrated on . Single malt whisky from five different virgin oak casks was batched for the St. Kilian Signature Edition Five, which will be released on June 27, 2020, the Day.
Get to know St. Kilian Whisky in all its facets
After two unpeated and two peated signature editions, fans of the Rüdenau distillery can now look forward to an unpeated St. Kilian again. The St. Kilian guys have always been keen to experiment and vary the use of peated and unpeated as well as a wide variety of casks. For the former "Spirit of St. Kilian" series, the team headed by Mario Rudolf had given their distillate a wide variety of aromatic characters and presented the exciting results of exploring the possibilities of . Now you can get to know St. Kilian Whisky in a further variation: only matured in virgin oak casks.
Five different types of oak
A few years ago, the St. Kilian team visited a large American oak and about wood selection and . The is one of the types of wood that shaped the St. Kilian Signature Edition Five. In the latest press release, the distillery reveals which five types of casks have been batched for the St. Kilian Signature Edition Five: “Virgin 1 34% American white oak 190 l cask / Virgin 2 26% European oak 190 l / Virgin 3 20 % Hybrid: America / France 200 l cask / Virgin 4 13% Palatinate 50 l cask / Virgin 5 7% Hungarian oak 100 l cask."manufacturer in Kentucky to find out more about
The whisky for the three-year-old St. Kilian Signature Edition Five was distilled between October 2016 and April 2017. It was at 52.5% and is limited to 6,000 bottles. These are again the very individual 0.5 liter St.Kilian bottles in the shape of a .
Producer’s tasting notes for the St. Kilian Signature Edition Five
Nose: Dark, fully ripe cherries and cedarwood
oak aroma followed by a spicy herbal note and a hint of ginger: Sweet fruit notes, fine
: Spicy, long-lasting and with a fine sweetness - delicate and complex
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