Oslo Whisky Club by SlàinteMhath

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Glengoyne
Original bottling - The Un-Chillfiltered Collection
Status: Empty
The Whiskies of Glengoyne are known for their fruity character. The carefully chosen casks gave this Whisky complexity and depth.
Glenkinchie
Original bottling - The Classic Malts of Scotland
Status: Closed
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
This 12-year-old Speyside whisky is the best-selling single malt whisky in the US and the second best-selling single malt whisky worldwide. It's called "The Glenlivet" to distinguish it from other brands from the Glenlivet area.
Status: Closed
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.
Glenmorangie
This new creation of the Glenmorangie distillery was made from heavily roasted malt. After maturing in fresh white oak barrels from the Ozark Mountains, ripening took place in Oloroso sherry and other strong-drinking barrels.
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.
Glenrothes
Malt Master John Ramsay selects only casks that represent Glenrothes' distillery character best for this whisky. Each cask is individual, but they are still all comparably elegant, fine and balanced.
Blend-Scotch
Midleton
Springbank
Highland Park
Original bottling - Cask Strength Collection (Sign.)
Status: Closed
Gordon & MacPhail - MacPhail's Collection
Status: Empty
Bottled in celebration of Norway's winter solstice (December 21st).
Slight smoke and lots of sherry make this whisky unique. No wonder it has become so popular and thus so scarce and expensive.