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Speyside whiskies are usually lighter and sweeter than other Scotch single malts. As they grow older, they develop body. The Speyside region has the vast majority of all the Scotch distilleries, and thus there is a great variation. Aside from the lighter, honeyed single malts, there are also a small group of distilleries which produce a heavily sherried style Speyside whisky. Glenfarclas and The Macallan, for example, produce big bodied drams, The Glenlivet and Glenfiddich distilleries produce the most classic, typical Speyside drams, and both are world famous
2008 Old Pulteney single malt from indie bottler Signatory Vintage that was matured in refill bourbon barrels and finished in a single sherry butt, before being bottled in January 2022.
From the Darkness selection of superbly sherried whiskies comes a 6 year old Benriach which has been treated to a finishing period in an Oloroso sherry octave cask.
We filled a volume of Tomatin whisky from refill hogsheads into different special casks. This one seems to come along nicely. No need to contain it further... we've had enough of containment.
Distilled in January 2009 and popped into a single American oak hogshead to slumber. 12 years later, in November 2021 the cask was opened up by the folks at Auld Goonsy's Malt, releasing a total outturn of 262 bottles of this splendid Speysider.
Single malt from Speyside's Dailuaine Distillery, independently bottled by Auld Goonsy's Malt. Distilled back in July 2009, Only 223 bottles were drawn from this single cask, bottled at cask strength and without chill filtration or any added colour
Distilled at the Inchgower Distillery in Speyside back in 2008, this is an exceptional single-cask whisky. It’s been aged for a dozen years in a single hogshead, from 309 bottles.
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