Speyside malts are among Scotland’s lightest, sweetest single malts. Age often brings a bit more body and the profusion of heavily sherried whiskies from the region exhibit superb power. Though a comparatively small appellation, this region has, by some distance, the vast majority of Scotch whisky distilleries.
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About The Speyside Region
Speyside malts are among Scotland’s lightest, sweetest single malts. This region has, by some distance, the vast majority of Scotch whisky distilleries. Indeed there are eighty-four working distilleries, including the world’s best-sellers: The Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Glen Grant and The Macallan.
Glen Keith 1995 Aged 22 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 51.8%vol - Cask No. 17001 - 207 bottles£105.00
Glen Spey 1988 Aged 26 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 45.6%vol£110.00
Images of Dufftown – St Michaels Episcopal Church
53.2%vol - 557 Bottles£72.00
Longmorn 1975 Aged 40 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 46.7%vol - Cask No. 15065 - 196 bottles£499.00
Longmorn 1990 Aged 25 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 40.0%vol£130.00
Macduff 1973 Aged 43 Years
Sherry Hogshead - 54.2%vol - Cask No. 16041 - 148 Bottles£498.00
The Dark Side of Islay – Scarabus – Over 21 Years
Blended Islay Malt Whisky - 51.2%vol - 1254 bottles£140.00
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Bartels Whisky have bottled a single cask of 27 Year old Isle of Jura and it is stunning. Floral flavours are very prominent overall with some beautiful deep woody impressions and a finish which definitely leaves you wanting more. Click here to fins out more and read the full tasting notes.