An Cnoc Peatheart

This An Cnoc is so named because throughout the Scottish uplands, most extensively in the north and west, you will find the heart of the peatlands. Remote and isolated yet rich in iconic wildlife, this environment rules the landscape and provides a valuable fuel for the whisky-making process. This is Batch 1 and is heavily peated to 40.0 ppm.
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Balvenie 14 Years Old Caribbean Cask

Specially selected Balvenie - finished in casks that previously held rum distilled in the Caribbean.  The delicate fresh taste of Caribbean rum enhances The Balvenie's vanilla notes in the finishing - whilst adding spicy aromatic qualities to the whisky.  
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Balvenie 17 Years Old Double Wood

Like the Balvenie 12 Years Old Double Wood the 17 Years Old is matured in American Oak and European Oak.  The majority of the 17 years is in American Oak with between a few months and a year in European Oak ex-Sherry casks.  
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Balvenie 21 Years Old Port Wood

In the making of The Balvenie Portwood Single Malt Scotch Whisky, the Master Distiller has carefully selected rare reserves of Balvenie, matured in traditional oak casks, and transferred them to port casks for a few months.  
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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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Balvenie The Sweet Toast of American Oak 12 Years Old

The distillery says - "Inspired to produce an even fruitier, sweeter Balvenie, Apprentice Malt Master Kelsey McKechnie had the bright idea to import Virgin Oak barrels from Kentucky. After deep toasting them at The Balvenie Cooperage they were filled with Balvenie aged in ex-bourbon barrels. The result is a delectably complex whisky with notes of candied fruit, coconut and delicate vanilla."    
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Balvenie The Week of Peat 14 Years Old

The distillery says - "Eager to experiment with The Balvenie profile using what he had learnt from a recent trip to Islay, distillery manager Ian Millar ordered a batch of Speyside peat for the kiln. For a week a year, The Balvenie distills a batch of peated malt, resulting in a whisky rich in honey, vanilla and citrus notes with an extra layer of delicate smokiness.    
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Beinn Dubh

Beinn Dubh or 'Black Mountain' is how Professor Norman Collie described Ben Macdui, the highest peak of the Cairngorm Mountains after his solo climb to the summit in 1891. The whisky is described, itself potent and mysterious, uses water from Cairngorm's Black Mountain, and is perfectly finished in toasted port casks.  
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Benriach 10 Years Old

The Distillery say 'Benriach's fruit-laden style is perfectly captured in this 10 Years Old expression. It has been matured in three casks; Bourbon, Olorose sherry and Virgin Oak casks creating an abundance of orchard fruits, luscious sweetness and toasted oak spice.'  
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Benriach 10 Years Old Classic

This BenRiach 10 Years Old is  the 1st whisky in Benriach's core range to have been created predominantly from whisky distilled under the current owner's ownership of BenRiach Distillery which they acquired in April 2004.  
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