Ballechin 19 Years 2004 Vintage Manzanilla Casks 70 CL 55%

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Peated version of Edradour, this Ballechin has aged for 19 years in Manzanilla casks before being bottled at its natural strength. With a beautiful amber color, this single malt possesses a smoky and fresh profile where the influence of the cask (mango, date, and cinnamon) combines brilliantly with the smoky notes of the whisky.
The Edradour distillery is primarily known for the unique style of its single malt, which is exported all over the world. Andrew Symington, the distillery owner, has ventured into increasingly original specific finishes (Burgundy, Chardonnay, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Madeira, Moscatel, Port, Sassicaia, Tokaji, etc), allowing for a refreshing of the distillery’s style.
TASTING NOTES
Nose : Fruity and complex, the nose opens with lovely notes of mango and exotic fruits, with delicate hints of dates adding to the complexity.

Appearance : Ambrée

Palate : Indulgent and powerful. The palate is characterized by flavors of dried fruits, very velvety, accompanied by subtle hints of peat on the finish.

Overall : Long and peaty. The finish is marked by beautiful bitterness, chocolatey notes, and a very delicate peaty finale.

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1.795,00 DKK

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