Petey's Dram by Michael_Pitera

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The Bowmore Darkest is a vat of the darkest casks the Blenders can find in the warehouses of Bowmore. Most of the whisky experts look at the age of the whisky. The darkest is a very good example that a whisky with a normal age and a very prominent cask...
Original bottling - The Classic Malts of Scotland
Status: Open
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.
The 18-year-old Glendronach bears the name of the founder of the distillery, James Allardice. It has been exclusively matured in Ex-Oloroso sherry casks.
The Glendronach 21 Parliament gets its name from a colony (=parliament) of crows who've been nesting in the trees next to the distillery for 200 years. It's been matured in Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks.
This Glenfiddich first matured in sherry and bourbon barrels for 18 years. Master Distiller Brian Kinsman then selected 150 barrels. Divided into small batches, the malt matured for a further 3 months in wooden mixing vessels.
This Glenfiddich belongs to the new series Age of Discovery. This second bottling honors the Mississippi and its importance for the production of whisky. For a long time, the American ex-Bourbon barrels were transported across the Mississippi to Scotland...
Scottish tradition meets Caribbean joie de vivre. This Glenfiddich, matured in rum barrels, shows a beautiful combination of whisky and rum. 21-year-old malts matured in oak barrels are again stored for about four months in barrels in which rum was...
18 long years of maturation and the addition of ex-sherry casks make this Glenlivet much more complex than the popular 12-year-old standard bottling. Despite its quality it's still much more affordable than a lot of other 18-year-old single malts.
Highland Park
Slight smoke and lots of sherry make this whisky unique. No wonder it has become so popular and thus so scarce and expensive.
The classic Lagavulin is kilned with a high smoke content in the malt. The stills are pear-shaped, so that all flavors can be passed on to the condensers during distillation. The single malt then matures in bourbon and sherry casks to completion.
Status: Closed
Lore stands for the transmission of knowledge and traditions. As early as 1800, the Johnston brothers laid the foundation for Lore's recipe. Since then, the whisky has been further developed by several distillery managers and distillers of Laphroaig. The...
This special bottling was matured in three different casks: Ex-bourbon casks, European oak casks (ex-sherry) and small quarter casks. The result is the perfect mix of peat smoke, oak and sweetness.