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Aberlour
Status: Open
A mellow and soft single malt whisky from the Speyside. Its aroma is full, malty and spicy. The taste is determined by the sherry barrel storage. The classic from the Aberlour distillery!
Knockdhu - AnCnoc
Status: Open
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.
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.
Benriach
Original bottling / 12. Oct 2006
Status: Open
The Benriach 16 years old is another typical Speyside whisky. The extra four years of maturation give it a bit more oak aromas.
Benromach
Palliser
Status: Closed
Dalmore
This single malt is special. It was created from whiskies that had been matured in sherry, port and madeira casks, resulting in a very complex and aromatic whisky.
Status: Open
Glenfarclas
The most affordable single malt from Glenfarclas, one of the few privately owned distilleries in Scotland, is fresh, full-bodied and has a nice sherry sweetness.
Glenfiddich
The Distillery Edition of Glenfiddich was once sold under the name Cask Strength. Since the bottling is always diluted to a uniform 51% vol, the name was changed to Distillery Edition.
Glenkinchie
Original bottling - The Classic Malts of Scotland
Status: Open
This is the lightest and softest bottling within the Classic Malts of Scotland. Originally the Glenkinchie was bottled as a 10-year-old. The two extra years have given him much more information.
Glenlivet
The finish in new, aromatic French Limousine oak casks gives this whisky a spicy note combined with smooth, fruity and floral aromas.
Glenmorangie
The Glenmorangie 10 years old is the most popular single malt whisky in Scotland itself. Only first-fill and second-fill ex-bourbon casks are used for this Highland malt.
Midleton
Loch Lomond