The fifth batch of Aultmore single malt Scotch whisky bottled by The Boutique-y Whisky Company, with quite a busy label to it too. They released just 216 hand numbered bottles in this batch. A light Speyside whisky this one.
That Boutique-y Whisky Company's first batch of Glenrothes is here, bottled at 47.9% abv, scoring 89 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible. Notes of berries with a honey-filled palate. Just 235 bottles were produced from Batch 1.
A 17 year old expression from this wonderful distillery nestled in Speyside. Glentauchers is another distillery you don't often see on the shelf, as most of it is used for blends such as Chivas. This is That Boutique-y whisky Company's third batch from this distillery and they managed to...
One of the first whiskies from That Boutique-y Whisky Company to feature an age statement was this 23 year old Aberlour. Expect notes of honey, custard and spice from this Speyside single malt. 432 bottles were released.
An independent bottling of Glen Keith (something you don't often see) from That Boutique-y Whisky Company's extensive array of whiskies. This is their fourth release which was bottled at 24 years old and presented at 49.7% ABV.
An independently bottled 25 year old Speysider by That Boutique-y Whisky Company, from a distillery you don't often see the sight of other than in official bottlings. A wonderful Glenrothes non the less, with an outturn of just 139 bottles.
The third release from the Linkwood distillery by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. This independently bottled Speyside single malt was aged for 26 years before they decided to bottle it up at 52.3% ABV.
An incredibly well-sherried Macallan from That Boutique Whisky Company, which was aged for an entire 30 years before being bottled. Just 272 of these were produced and presented at 46.5% ABV.
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