Seven-year-old Craigellachie from Douglas Laing, presented in the newly packaged Provenance range. The Speyside single malt was distilled in 2008 and left to matured in a refill butt before it was bottled in Late 2015. A light and spicy Scotch with a lick of honey.
A well-sherried independent bottling of Glenallachie single malt by Langside. Distilled in 2008 it was left maturing in a refill hogshead before being bottled in 2016 for the Hepburn's Choice range. Only 301 bottles were filled from the single cask.
Single cask Mortlach aged for 7 years in a refill barrel and bottled by Laingside for the Hepburn's Choice range. The whisky was aged from 2007 to 2015 when it was bottled at 46% ABV. Only 248 bottles were produced. A cracking Speyside single malt you don't often see much of.
An indie bottling of Clenallachie single malt Scotch from Douglas Laing, released for The Clan Denny range. This Speysider spent 7 years ageing in a single sherry but #10956, before being bottled in 2015 at 46% ABV.
The Hepburn’s Choice series showcases some impressively youthful whisky, and this 7 year old offering from Dailuaine distillery - of which you tend not to see too many bottlings these days - is a good example. It was distilled in 2009 and bottled in 2016 at 46% ABV. Only 280 bottles were...
A youthful Mortlach aged in a single refill hogshead and bottled up for the Hepburn's Choice range by Langside Distillers. An enjoyable whisky from the Speyside region. Just 404 bottles were drawn from the cask.
From Duncan Taylor's Octave range, a 7 year old Craigellachie distilled in 2008 and bottled in 2015. It was finished in small casks with a capacity of around 50 litres, which are referred to as an 'Octave'.
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