#NEW #SCOTCH: The Balvenie | Tun 1509 | Batch No. 3 | 52.2% The third release of #Tun1509 comprising of: > 12 sherry butts distilled between 1989 & 1992; > 11 American oak hogshead from 1989; > 8 refill American oak butts from 1992 & 1993 and; > 1 barrel. Tun 1509 is one of The Balvenie's traditional vessels for marrying together casks. Batch #3 is a sweet oaky offering. Available online now at #TheWhiskyBarrel.com #scotch #whisky #whiskey #singlemalt #Balvenie #speyside #limited #banffshire #instawhisky #instadram #Scotland #slainte #tun1509 https://www.thewhiskybarrel.com/balvenie-tun-1509-batch-3-whiskey-scotland #malternative. @ArbikieGin Kirsty''s Gin & Erasmus Bond Classic Tonic. Lovely. #GinAndTonic https://t.co/zT7e03Lp0c

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16 Year Old 1997 Old Malt Cask
16 Year Old 1997 Old Malt Cask
ABV: 50.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Hunter Laing & Co.
Vintage: 1997
Age: 16 Year Old
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Blair Athol
16 Year Old 1997 Old Malt Cask Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Blair Athol 16 Year Old 1997 vintage Highland single malt Scotch whiskey. Single sherry butt #10127 bottled October 2013 by Hunter Laing & Co. for the Old Malt Cask series. 545 bottles.

Blair Athol

Blair Athol Distillery was established in 1798 and with footprints in four centuries it is one of oldest working malt whisky distilleries in Scotland. Blair Athol Distillery is situated on the southern edge of Pitlochry in the heart of Scotland’s Highland whisky region and was on the main road and rail routes to whisky blenders Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow.  Purchased by Arthur Bell & Sons in1933 and now promoted as the ‘home’ of Arthur Bell’s range of blended scotch whisky complete with distillery visitor centre and Blair Athol Distillery tours. Since a large percentage of Blair Athol’s malt whisky cascades into blends, Bell’s to be precise, the range of Blair Athol single malts is quite limited.  

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