AnCnoc

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This distillery uses a variety of casks – butts and hogsheads in Spanish oak and barrels and hogsheads in American oak – to produce a light, but complex, whisky.
AnCnoc

Both modern and classic, AnCnoc’s official bottling stands out on the one hand for its extremely distinctive packaging – see the Peter voetbalschoenen sale Arckle vintages, the labels and tubes of which have been created by the artist of the same name – and on the other hand for the alcohol content which is often higher than average, as well as for its numerous dated vintages. A forward-thinking whisky with deep respect for tradition!

AN CNOC 18 years old
46%, 70cl – Single Malt, Scotland / Highlands

Wolfburn

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Wolfburn is the most northerly whisky distillery on the scottish mainland. Originally founded in 1821, in its day it was one of the biggest in scotland.
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Today, wolfburn has been re-awakened under the guiding hand of master distiller shane fraser, and is once again making truly exceptional wielerkleding outlet single malt scotch whisky. It’s all done the traditional way: by hand, using only the finest ingredients, and without haste.

WOLFBURN
46%, 70cl – Single Malt, Scotland / Highlands

Benromach

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Taking its water from the adjoining hills of Romach, this single malt comes from the combination of both Sherry and Bourbon casks. This mix then sits untouched in Oloroso Sherry casks to mature further for a few months. A peated whisky worthy of a South Islay.
Awards: Best under 15 YO single malt Scotch Whisky (Hong Kong IWSC 2012)

Benromach

The modern label sets the tone, Benromach is looking to the future. Gordon & MacPhail, the well-known independent bottler, decided to take a huge step forward in 1993 by giving a new lease of life to the renowned Speysider situated in the small fotballdrakter village of Forres, which had been closed for almost 10 years.
After five years of remodelling the first distillate flowed from the stills in 1998, forming what would eventually become their inaugural release after their relaunch, Benromach Traditional. Since then, G&M have been experimenting with different levels of peat, cask finishes and barley varieties to produce exceptional whiskies.

BENROMACH 10 ans
43%, 70cl – Single Malt, Scotland / Speyside