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A cask-strength whisky is one that has travelled straight from cask to bottle without being watered down to the usual 40, 43 or 46% ABV. Cask strength whiskies tend to be anywhere from 55%-70% ABV although they rarely go much higher than 60%.
Some people say that the high alcohol content eradicates many of the subtle flavours that the whisky has to offer, some people love the purity of a cask strength dram...it's up for debate!
Islay - 70cl / 61.3%
A well-respected brand in Scotland, a unique and quirky Islay Single Malt Scotch whisky made the old fashioned way. This dram may well need more than a pipette of water! A ‘valuable’ addition to any whisky collection, ‘As We Get It’ is bottled straight from the cask in the traditional manne…
Speyside - 70cl / 56.%
In Stock and selling fast! We are delighted to introduce BenRiach Peated Cask Strength Batch 1. A number of years ago the distillery defied convention and added peat to a proportion of their spirit, returning to the original Speyside character and flavour of malts typical of the nineteenth century…
Highland - 70cl / 57.5%
This whisky is the first Cask Strength expression to be added to the Tomatin Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky core range, natural colour, no chill filtration, full strength. A marriage of full maturation Bourbon and Oloroso Sherry casks, it is spicy, sweet and smooth and an excellent addition to t…
The Famous Grouse Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Limited Edition - Glenturret 1986 Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Highland - 70cl / 46.4%
IMAGE FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY! The Commonwealth games were last held in Scotland 28 years ago in 1986. To celebrate this and their sponsorship of the event as it's official whisky, The Famous Grouse has released a Limited Edition Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games bottling. Although the Famous…
Islay - 70cl / 58%
The Ileach ' The man from Islay' is an intensely peated and sherried cask strength single malt from Islay. It has won an number of accolades over the years and I think quite rightly so. See if you can guess its origins ?