#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 #NEW #SCOTCH: Balvenie | Tun 1509 | Batch No.3 | 52.2% sherry + hoggies + butts https://t.co/XXC6ZPTTOQ @BalvenieUK https://t.co/qOtTGudvPo

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Bruichladdich Distillery was established in 1881 on the Rhinns peninsular on the island of Islay close by the sandy bays of Loch Indaal. Re-opened in 2001 with much of the original Victorian equipment restored to working order. The first release of Bruichladdich’s new whisky was the highly acclaimed PC5, the first release in the limited Port Charlotte range. Also producing very highly peated Octamore, Organic using Islay grown barley, and triple and quadruple distilled single malts. The Bruichladdich distillery visitor centre offers distillery tours including the bottling hall and the distillery participates in Feis Ile, the annual Islay Whisky Festival.

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