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Simplicity is the key, one can describe it just as the Taste of Whisky. This 1996 is a blended whisky composed of 99.9% Balvenie Single Malt, also know as Burnside. Bottled in September 2018 by independent bottler Samaroli. Only 324 bottles were released.
So after another year of aging in the same cask, Samaroli brings you once again a marriage of opposites. The austerity of this single malt mingles with the pungent sweetness of the sherry cask. The 2018 Edition has developed more rounder tones than the previous bottling. Limited only 291 bottles.
Simply magnificent. Only Bowmore can produce such rare, unique and unrepeatable whisky expression, a malt of unparalleled elegance. This is a limited edition of just 380 bottles, bottled in September 2017 by independent bottler Samaroli.
This is an irresistible combination of complexity and harmony, this blend is composed of single 70% malt whisky and 30% grain whisky blended and aged in a sherry olorosso cask. Bottled in Scotland in September 2018. Only 422 bottles were released.
The experience of this single malt shows how in the distant corners of the world, there is still a determination to create something truly outstanding to satisfy one’s own ego. Something to be remembered for tomorrow, while going unnoticed today.
This single malt single cask whisky was bottled in Scotland in November 2018, a very limited edition of only 287 numbered bottles.
A unique spirit, a piece of history that encompasses the mastery of men of the past that addressed the creation of a whisky not influenced by market dynamics, but exclusively devoted to the pursuit of quality without compromise.
A premium single malt Scotch whisky aged for 30 years in a single cask. Distilled by the Linkwood distillery and bottled in 2013 by Coilltean from single cask no.5709, this is a limited release with numbered bottles.
The Linkwood Distillery was founded in 1821 by Peter Brown in the southern outskirts of Elgin. In 1970 a second distillery was built alongside the first and four new stills were added. Today, only the washbacks from the two original stills are being used and all the stills are heated by steam.