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Aberlour
The word a'bunadh is pronounced "A-Boon-Ach" and means a much as "the Origin" It is one of the great natural bottlings of the Aberfeldy distillery. The casks were hand selected by the master distiller Douglas Cruickshank to mature his fine spirit in. The...
This Aberlour comes with a very uncommon ABV of 48% and is non chill filtered. To develop this Scotch to its fullest you should add a few drops of water.
Like the Aberlour 12 years old this malt was matured in ex-bourbon casks and sherry casks. But due to the longer time of maturation this scotch is maturer and smoother.
Balvenie
This Balvenie was matured in old sherry and bourbon casks. It makes this scotch interesting but also mild. The orange flavour and a deep sweetness make it a true gem among malt whiskies.
This single-barrel bottling from Balvenie emphasizes the influence of the barrel on the taste of a whisky. Oak barrels are natural products and each one is different. This gives each whisky a different taste. For this bottling, Balvenies Malt Master...
This single-barrel bottling from Balvenie emphasizes the influence of the barrel on the taste of a whisky. Oak barrels are natural products and each one is different. This gives each whisky a different taste. For this bottling, Balvenies Malt Master...
This Single Barrel bottling of the Balvenie distillery emphasizes the taste from the cask. The oak casks are a natural product and therefore every casks is different. For this maturation the Malt Master chose only casks with a sweet fruity oak character....
Like its younger brother, this 17-year-old Balvenie was matured in two different kinds of casks. First it was matured in American oak barrels and then in European ex-sherry casks. David Steward has created a truly complex and aromatic whisky.
Buffalo Trace
The Single barrel is the standard bottling of the Blanton's distillery. The single barrel gives the whisky a very natural taste.
Jim Beam