Suzanne and Lee's drinking Collection by Suzanne1967

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Dalwhinnie
Original bottling - The Classic Malts of Scotland
Status: Empty
This bottling of Dalwhinnie is one of the most sold Classic Malts of Scotland. The aroma of the Single Malts shows nuances of heather and peat smoke. The subtle, fruity-sweet taste goes over to an elegant and long finish.
Deanston
Status: Empty
The Deanston 12 years old was not chill filtered and produced from local barley. The Deanston distillery was founded in the rooms of an old cotton plant and has preserved a lot of its 19th century flair.
Status: Closed
The Deanston master distiller Ian MacMillan is using regional barley and water from the Teith river paired with his 40 years of experience for his Whisky creations. After 100 hours of fermentation, the 18 year old fully matured in fresh Bourbon casks.
Ben Nevis
Other bottler - Oct 1996 / Mar 2017
Status: Closed
Single Cask, The Library Collection
Edradour
The Edradour 10 years old is the main product of the Edradour distillery. It is an intense single malt with a strong sherry influence. A perfect whisky to enjoy before or between meals.
Original bottling - Single Cask - 05. Mar 2001 / 23. Feb 2016
Status: Empty
Sherry Cask, Cask Strength, Single Cask - No 2211, 1 of 699 bottles
Blend-Scotch
Fettercairn
Status: Closed
Glen Elgin
Status: Closed
Glen Elgin resumed production in 1998. Finally there's a new original bottling of this typical Speyside malt again.
Glen Garioch
In the eastern Highlands of Scotland, in the safe Gariochtal, the oldest distillery of Scotland is located in Old Meldrum - Glen Garioch, which was founded in 1797. With the unique location between Speyside and East Coast, Glen Garioch produced Whiskies...
Status: Closed
Glen Garioch is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland (etd. 1797). Situated in the Eastern Highlands, in the valley of the Garioch in Old Meldrum between the Speyside and the east coast, Glen Garioch has been producing whiskies that please the...