An unusual release here fromCàrn Mòr'sStrictly Limited range. For those of you who aren't familiar with Croftengea, it's the name of peated single malt from Highland-based distillery Loch Lomond. This single cask Croftengea was aged in a hogshead cask for 6 years before...
Knockdhu's whiskies are more commonly released under the anCnoc brand, but this one has been bottled by independent bottlers Càrn Mòr's as part of their Strictly Limited range. Its 8 years were spent in a pair of hogshead casks, from which 770 bottles were released.
Blair Athol is usually a workhorse distillery for Bell's, but this is an interesting release bottled as part of Càrn Mòr's Celebration of the Cask range. It's spent 26 years in a hogshead and has been bottled at full cask strength of 52.7% ABV.
Clynelsh single malt whisky aged for 20 years in a single sherry Puncheon and bottled in 2017 by Càrn Mòr. The cask was filled in September 1997 and emptied two decades later, bottled at natural cask strength. All kinds of yummy sherry notes are kicking in this one.
A cool looking Clynelish from Càrn Mòr's Celebration of the Cask range of single cask delights. This 26 year old Highland single malt was matured in hogshead #5886 from September 1989 to May 2016, producing an outturn of 277 bottles at natural cask strength.
Oh look, it's an independant bottling of 26-year-old Clynlish, released for the Celebration of The Cask range by Càrn Mòr. The liqued was sat in hogshead cask number 5886 from September 1989 to May 2016. The outturn was 277 bottles.
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