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A highly anticipated release from Springbank nowadays. The 2019 release of their popular 25 year old single malt was aged in a combination of rum and sherry casks before being bottled at 46% ABV. Just 1,200 bottles were produced...
Released early 2019 this is another superb cask strength Springbank aged for 12 years in both bourbon and sherry casks. This time they've chosen to draw an even 50% from each. Bottled at 54.8% ABV this is a big powerful Springbank...
Matured in a European oak sherry but for an entire 47 years, this 1971 vintage Balvenie is something really quite special. It was bottled exclusively for the fourth chapter in The Balvenie DCS Compendium Series - a series of rare archived single malts selected by Malt Master David C Stewart.
The second edition we've seen from Springbank's Longrow series to be finished in Pinot Noir casks. Aged for 11 years, this time the whisky spent a finishing period in New Zealand wine casks before it was bottled at 53.1% ABV. A lovely fruity whisky from Campbeltown with subtle wafts of peat smoke...
A 1962 vintage Macallan from their Fine & Rare range which was aged in first-fill sherry casks and initially bottled in 1977. A Spectacular release from The Macallan distillery in Sepyside.
A 1940 vintage Macallan aged for 35 years before being bottled for the Fine & Rare series in 1975. It was re-bottled in 2002 and just 420 of these ultra rare single malt whiskies were produced worldwide. Liquid history from Macallan.
The third batch in the Rare Cask series from the well-famed Macallan distillery. Released in early 2019, batch three is comprised of another 50 sherry-seasoned European oak butts and presented at an approachable 43% ABV. The whisky comes housed in their newly designed glass decanter-style bottle.
An interesting aged blended grain Whisky from Morrison & Mackay under the Old Perth range. Distilled in 1971 and aged for 46 years and from a single cask that yielded just 270 bottles.
Matured in a single sherry butt, this is a superb 41 year old blended malt whisky from the Old Perth series. It was bottled by the team at Morrison & Mackay with an outturn of just 515 bottles.
Released as part of the superior DCS Compendium series by Balvenie, this 1999 vintage single malt was mature in a refill American oak hogshead and bottled for the series' fourth chapter named "Expecting and Unexpected".
Gaelic for "rare cask", Casg Annamh is a new series by Aberlour brought to us in late 2018. The first batch is a convincing start with it's hefty-up-front sherry character, layered with rich fruits and spices along with some fresh coffee too.
We've seen a number of lightly peated Tomatin expressions from their Cù Bòcan range over the years and they are all very impressive, if we do say ourselves. The 1990 Vintage has again been aged in casks from Islay which previously held heavily-peated single malt. Another cracking release, this time bottled at 52.9% ABV.