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Amrut Fusion is named after the fact, that Scottish, as well as Indian barley, was used for the Whisky. Indian mythology tells stories about gods and demons, which mixed the oceans with mountains in prehistory. Suddenly a golden pot with the elixir of...
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Knockdhu - AnCnoc
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A very fresh and sweet AnCnoc single malt. You will find some sweet malty notes that convert themselves to vanilla. On the tongue you will find some acidity that follows in a medium-long clear finish.
Ardmore not only burns light smoky Malt, but also unpeated Malt, which is called Ardlear. But the bottling Ardmore Port Wood Finish is 100% peated, therefore created with light smoky Malt with 12 ppm. Usually, the distillery follows with a post-maturing...
Nose: rich and fruity with citrus, apple and spices. Taste: strong and intensive with oak and grain Finish: long with a little chocolate
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The Arran distillery selected the best casks for the new Cask Finish Range. Amarone Finish, Port Finish and Sauternes Finish are now part of the soo called core-range. This Arran Single Malt was matured in ex-Bourbon casks and finished in a Sauternes...
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The 10 year old Arran is the standard bottling of the distillery, being first bottled in 2006. In the meantime, it no longer bottles from casks of the first year. Those are preserved for older bottlings.
This whisky was matured exclusively in first-fill ex-bourbon casks made of American white oak. The whisky absorbs predominantly vanilla, caramel and coconut notes from the casks along with the oak spice.
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After various 18 year old bottlings, Auchentoshan released a 18 year old matured in Ex-Bourbon casks.
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Jim Beam
Baker's 107 belongs to the Small Batch Bourbons of Jim Beam. For this series, casks of high quality from the best warehouse places are chosen. This bottling was named after the grandnephew of Jim Beam, Baker Beam.