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A Single Cask bottling of whisky means that the whisky has been bottled from an individually aging cask. This makes Single Cask bottlings more unique than standard bottlings as there can only ever be an absolute maximum of 1000 bottles drawn from one cask. Standard bottlings such as a distillery bottling 10 year old are often vatted with other 10 year old casks or with older whiskies to maintain a consistency in colour and flavour. Single Cask bottlings by their very nature cannot do this and are therefore very different from their equivalent distillery bottling.
Single Cask bottlings are most commonly sold by Independent bottlers which offers the consumer the chance to sample a unique expression of more household whiskies.
Highland - 70cl / 46%
Image For Illustration Purposes only! Glengoyne is one of the few distilleries that uses absolutely no peat to dry their malted barley, instead simply using air. They also have the slowest distillation process, resulting in a beautifully smooth and easy-drinking whisky. This is an independent bott…
Speyside - 70cl / 50%
Part of the new generation of OMC from Hunter Laing & Co. One of only 262 bottles charged from a single refill hogshead. The nose is initially sweet with leafy sultanas and rich fruits emerging. The palate is sweet and mouth-warming like a good rum, citrus and vanilla notes also emerge. The finish…
A-Z Scotch Whisky - 70cl / 46%
Fruit and floral aromas abound with peach skins and vanilla coming to the fore.The delicately smoky palate has a balanced and complex feel ,building to deliver nectarine , sugared with sweet floral intensities towards the satisfying elegant finish. Tasting notes courtesy of Berry Bros & Rudd.
A-Z Scotch Whisky - 70cl / 50.1%
A wonderful and rare bottle from what is the last cask of Port Ellen from Ian Macleod Distillers . Bottled under the Chieftain's label at 50.1% single cask deeming only 308 bottles. Wood type Hogshead Distilled May 1982 Bottled October 2012 Tasting notes : What can I say, it is a Port Ellen! …
Speyside - 70cl / 50%
This is a very light and floral dram. It has slighly nutty characteristics on the nose as well as being fairly perfumey. The palate is reminiscent of a late summer pasture. Fresh lemon, cut grass and chestnuts. This is One of 182 Bottles.