Mahlers Collection by Mahler

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This is like the normal double cask of Aberlour but this bottling come with 40% ABV.
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...
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.
This was the first bottling of the newly opened Ardbeg distillery under the new banner. It was bottled from 90% ex-bourbon casks and 10% ex-sherry casks. The Ardbeg Uigeadail is fruitier and smoother than the normal Ardbeg TEN.
Status: Open
If you prefer smoky, intense Whisky then this is almost certainly the right bottle for you. An Ardbeg TEN is full intensive with many sea aromas and always with a cloud of peat smoke. This is the Ardbeg TEN in the Liter bottle for the travel value range....
This Arran is the first bottling that has not been bottled from barrels from the first year. It comes with exotic fruit, traces of cinnamon, dark chocolate and some oak in the background. The finish is smooth and oily. Non chill filtered and not coloured.
The 14 year old Arran is one of the most popular and is part of the standard range of the distillery. It was bottled like the others without chill-filtering and without colouring. Only in 1995 the Isle of Arran distillery was opened by the queen.
This is the first whisky of the Ballechin brand that is 10 years old. Before this release there were only wood finishes and no age bottlings. It was matured in American and European oak casks. It is very complex for the 10 years maturation.
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.
Status: Open
The heavily peated Benriach Curiositas shows a thick cloud of smoke. After the smoke is gone you find some smoothness and sweetness that is being replaced by spices. The finish comes with a bit of peat smoke again and a slight bitterness.
The Benromach distillery was acquired by the Independent Bottler Gordon & MacPhail and started production again. The new 10 years old is produced on the occasion of the 10th birthday of the distillery. In contrast to most Speyside distilleries, the...
Status: Open
Nose: Hints of cool wood smoke, wet leaves and oak. Some sugared peels, almond, and salty notes. Peat, and vanilla. Palate: Charcoal, caramel, smoked meat, peat smoke and dry oak. Hints of malty sweetness, with spice. Finish: Long finish, notes of the...