Blended Malt Whisky
Blended malt whisky relates to the term of using no grain whiskies in a blend, simply 100% single malts. These type of whiskies are more complex than blended Scotch whiskies that contain a percentage of grain in their blend, which is cheaper to produce. A particular bottler of Blended malts that we love are Compass Box, who are always pushing the boundaries and experimenting with great new blends.
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Compass Box began its journey in 2000, in 2015 they've marked their 15th anniversary with a killer Limited edition Flaming heart bottling. This blended Malt Scocth whisky is made up of 30 year old Caol Ila, 20 year old Clynelish, 7 year...
A magnum sized release of the Compass Box Flaming Heart 2018 Edition that has a trio of great single malts at the heart of this blended malt (Caol Ila, Clynelish and Deanston) First released in 2006 Flaming Heart was created to combine smoke and spice led single malts aged in French oak and a handful of other limited releases under the name have also been released by this boutique blender.
Wardhead is a curious and rare "Teaspooned" Blended Malt that is from just two very famous Speyside distilleries and here bottled by Morrison Mackay under the "Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask" label. Aged for 21 years in a single Hogshead and distilled in 1997 with only 354 bottles released.
Siar Port is a vatting of two single malt distilleries, although predominantly the whisky comes from just one of the Highland distilleries (with a dash of the other). Distilled in 1997, the whisky was matured in a bourbon barrel, and 685 bottles were released at 46% ABV.