New #whisky stock from Tomatin Distillery including the rather stunningly presented 36 year old Batch #2 and their lovely new packaging. > Tomatin | 36 year old | Batch #2 | 46% | Bourbon barrels and Oloroso Sherry Butts | Just 800 bottles worldwide > Tomatin | 18 year old | 46% | First fill Oloroso Sherry casks > Tomatin | 12 year old | 43% | Ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks > Tomatin | Legacy | 43% | Bourbon and virgin oak casks All available online now at The Whisky Barrel #scotch #whisky #whiskey #Tomatin #Highland #smallbatch #sherrycask #Oloroso #limited #vintage #instawhisky #instadram #Scotland #slainte https://www.thewhiskybarrel.com/tomatin-36-year-old-batch-2-whiskey-scotland RT @TasteMarine: This would go down well for #NationalScotchDay ! https://t.co/eEkH7Dn9E0

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ABV: 46.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Dewar Rattray
Age: 18 Year Old
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Stronachie 18 Year Old Whiskey

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Stronachie 18 Year Old Speyside single malt Scotch whiskey distilled at Benrinnes Distillery. A tribute to the original Stronachie distillery which ceased production in the early 1920s.

Nose: Strong honey and heather. Intense malt with hints of spice and lemon.

Palate: Full-bodied, robust and oily-smooth. Malted biscuits with rich honey then lingering pepper and spice.

Finish: Rich and complex.

Benrinnes

Benrinnes Distillery was established by Peter Mackenzie in 1826 on the north-west shoulder of Ben Rinns Mountain and until the advent of modern road transport systems Benrinnes Distillery was rather isolated.  Only a small percentage of Benrinnes malt whisky is released as Benrinnes single malt including Benrinnes Flora & Fauna. Since 1956 distillation at Benrinnes followed an unusual and complex partial triple distillation process but this was replaced by double distillation around 2010.  Benrinnes Distillery is one of the few Scottish distilleries continuing to cool its spirit in traditional worm tubs and is a participant in the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival.

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