Jacks Collection by J_Stew

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This Aberlour has matured for 15 years. Double Cask means that the whisky matured in barrels that used to brew a bourbon and in barrels that used to produce sherry.
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.
Status: Open
This single malt Scotch whisky is partially matured in ex-sherry casks. It is well-balanced and smooth. Its mild harmonic taste reminds the connoisseur a bit of a delicate liqueur.
Ardbeg TEN stands for a very intense, peated Whisky that you can enjoy regularly. Its taste is full and intense like the Isle of Islay itself. While tasting you always have this smoky note lingering over everything. A very nice non chill filtered whisky...
Status: Open
Malt Master David Stewart filled American oak casks with special rum. When the casks fully gained the aroma of rum, he switched the content with the 14 year old Balvenie. Scottish Whisky meets Caribbean soulfulness. Rich and sweet, with a fruity...
Bowmore is the oldest distillery on Islay. This is their flagship, the 12-year-old in the new cardboard box.
Status: Open
This whiskey lives from the volume and the dark sherry casks. If you think of a whiskey big and dark, it comes closest to the idea. 75% Malt Whiskey Share in this blend speak for themselves!
The Deanston 12 years old was not chill filtered and produced from local barley. The Deanston distillery was founded in the rooms of an old cotton plant and has preserved a lot of its 19th century flair.
Glen Garioch
Status: Closed
Glen Garioch is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland (etd. 1797). Situated in the Eastern Highlands, in the valley of the Garioch in Old Meldrum between the Speyside and the east coast, Glen Garioch has been producing whiskies that please the...
This bottling of Glendronach matured in a combination of the finest Spanish sherry casks (Pedro Ximenez / Oloroso).
For years the 15-year-old Revival had been one of the most popular bottlings from Glendronach, but it is now discontinued because the distillery had been mothballed from 1996 until 2002. Stocks are dwindling, and prices have already gone up.