Suzanne and Lee's drinking Collection by Suzanne1967

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GlenAllachie
Status: Closed
Glenburgie
Hunter Laing - Old Malt Cask - Jun 1989 / Feb 2015
Status: Closed
Glencadam
Glendronach
The new bottling of Glendronach was named after its Scottish home region, the Highlands. The Hielan 'is the most recent bottling in the distillery's assortment at the age of 8 years.
This bottling of Glendronach matured in a combination of the finest Spanish sherry casks (Pedro Ximenez / Oloroso).
This bottling of Glendronach matured in a combination of the finest Spanish sherry casks (Pedro Ximenez / Oloroso).
Status: Closed
Original bottling - Berry's Perspective Series
Status: Closed
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.
Status: Empty
Bottle 475 of 475
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.
Glenfarclas
105 proof was the old measure of alcohol content. The whisky was mixed with gunpowder. Based on the explosive strength of the mixture, it was possible to calculate the alcohol content. The then named Glenfarclas 105 matured exclusively in sherry casks and...
105 proof was the old measure of alcohol content. The whisky was mixed with gunpowder. Based on the explosive strength of the mixture, it was possible to calculate the alcohol content. The then named Glenfarclas 105 matured exclusively in sherry casks and...
The 15-year-old expression from Glenfarclas now comes with an increased alcohol content of 46% ABV. It was predominantly matured in Oloroso sherry casks.
Status: Closed
This exceptional single malt is among the cheapest of all 21-year-old malt whiskeys. It contains more smoke than other Glenfarclas. But in comparison only a subtle touch. The sherry taste takes a back seat in favor of oak, vanilla and fruits.