Balvenie Peat Week 14 Years Old 2003

For one week every year The Balvenie run heavily peated barley through their whisky making process to create a different Balvenie style similar to that of 50 years ago. This has been matured exclusively in American oak casks for 14 years and is 30ppm and is from the 2003 run.    
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Benriach 25 Years Old Authenticus

The Benriach 25 Authenticus is an excellent aged peated Speyside.  A richly peated malted barley is used as the cereal varietal to produce Authenticus, a unique and intriguing peated expression.  This rare peated single malt from the Heart of Speyside, has wonderful overtones of rich peat reek in harmony with honey, chocolate, raisins, oak-wood and fascinating spices.  
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Bowmore 15 Years Old

The Bowmore 15 is from whisky matured in Bourbon casks which then has a further maturation in sherry casks. The distillery says it is an exquisite sherry cask finish that develops layers of rich, peat smoked complexity at 15 Years Old.  
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Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dha

This Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dha (meaning Smoky Two in Gaelic) is described by the distillery manager as "With touches of smoke from our peated malted barley, this whisky's prickling strength emanates from the dram, while warming with a lingering, robust length and delicately sweet sherry influence."  
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Caol Ila Moch

Caol Ila - Soft as the light of day, Caol Ila Moch opens on the palate to reveal all the life and fresh-faced new hope of a spring day, clearly reflecting the character of Caol Ila first seen in 1846.  Here are scrubbed-clean aromas and smoky-dry notes of peat followed through on the palate by sweet, then salty, clarity and simplicity in what is a smooth, fresh expression of the classic "bonfire on the beach" taste of Caol Ila.
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Edradour 10 Years Old Ballechin Heavily Peated

According to the distillery the name Ballechin originates from a fellow Perthshire farm distillery, which sadly closed in 1927. There, Alfred Barnard, who catalogued all the distilleries in the UK in the 1880's, made reference to having experienced a peated whisky. This bottling is predominantly from ex-bourbon casks with a generous top dressing of ex-Oloroso sherry casks to create added depth and greater complexity.  
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Glendronach Peated

In contrast to the traditional non-peated character of the Glendronach, this particular whisky has been distilled using peated barley. It has been matured in bourbon casks followed by a second period of maturation in Oloroso and Pedro Ximinez sherry casks.
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