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Balvenie 17 Week of Peat 70clView product
Balvenie 17 Week of Peat 70cl
What sets Balvenie apart, despite its deeply traditional roots, is its willingness to experiment. They cultivate their own barley, operate a malting floor, and even have their team of coopers and coppersmiths. Inspired by a visit to Islay, Ian Millar, Balvenie’s Distillery Manager, introduced ‘The Week of Peat,’ an annual tradition involving Speyside peat for kilning before their equipment maintenance. The Balvenie 17 Year Old The Week of Peat boasts flavors of butterscotch, honey, florals, citrus, and vanilla sweetness at a robust 49.4% ABV, with no chill filtration. This whisky offers a delightful blend of sweetness and creaminess, complemented by an enticing hint of peat smoke on the nose.
Craigellachie 17 70clView product
Craigellachie 17 70cl
Crafted from a rarer blend of casks, Craigellachie 17 is a classic example of our unapologetic and distinct Whisky style, smooth and mellow in flavour with rich silky notes of exotic fruits.
DISTILLERY CHARACTER – Craigellachie is an unapologetic and distinct whisky, robust and muscular in flavour with a hint of pineapple.
CASK TYPE – Initially matured in a mixture of ex-Bourbon and ex-Sherry casks. 50% of the ‘blend’ is then finished in first-fill Sherry casks, the rest in first-fill Bourbon.
A STEADFAST DRAM – All Craigellachie expressions are non-chill filtered, contain no caramel colouring and are bottled at 46% ABV.
Signatory Cask Strength Collection – Orkney 17 (HP) 2005 70clView product
Signatory Cask Strength Collection – Orkney 17 (HP) 2005 70cl
This particular Orkney single malt, of undisclosed origin, was distilled in 2005 and bottled at 17 years of age in 2023, without the addition of colouring or chill filtration, for inclusion in Signatory Vintage’s Cask Strength Collection. To avoid any confusion with Scapa, the bottler has helpfully labelled this as Orkney 17-year-old (HP), with additional details indicating that the whisky was matured in a first-fill Oloroso sherry butt, resulting in a yield of 612 bottles at its natural cask strength of 55.3%. These incognito Highland Parks tend to sell out quickly, so those interested in purchasing a bottle are advised to act fast.