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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 / 58%
The Ileach ' The man from Islay' is an intensely peated and sherried cask strength single malt from Islay. It has one an number of accolades over the years and I think quite rightly so. See if you can guess its origins ?
Aberlour A'bunadh Batch 58 Single Malt Scotch Whisky | Original Cask Strength Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butts Matured
Speyside - 70cl / 61.1%
PLEASE NOTE THE IMAGE SHOWN IS FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. A'bunadh, Gaelic for 'of the origin' is matured exclusively in Oloroso sherry butts. It is a natural cask strength malt whisky produced without the use of modern chill-filtering methods or the addition of water. Nose Aromas of mixed spice…