Nice soft background with heather honey, butterscotch, peat smell and a touch of tannins.
Light peat smoke, roasted aromas & delicate fruit.
Full-bodied notes of heather honey, butterscotch, orange peel and soft tannins, with a wonderful presence of peat and smoke.
White Heather 21 yo Blended Scotch Whiskey 48.0% Vol.
Produktart: Blended Scotch Whiskey
Hersteller: The Glenallachie Distillery
Anschrift: Aberlour Banffshire AB38 9LR,
Master Distiller Billy Walker has gained almost 50 years of experience in the whiskey world. With White Heather 21 yo, the expert has returned to his first steps in the industry as a blender and last year brought the GlenAllachie Distillers Company's very first blended Scotch whiskey onto the market. The Small Batch Blend is now available again.
White Heather was acquired by GlenAllachie Distillers Company in 2017 along with GlenAllachie Distillery and MacNair's Lum Reek. Industry icon Walker has put her own stamp on the brand, which was discontinued in the 1980s - and raised the taste level through clever wood management.
Single malt and grain whiskeys from the Highlands, Speyside and Islay mature for 18 years in a combination of American first-fill casks, sherry butts as well as second-fill casks and hogsheads . Blended in Walker's GlenAllachie Distillery with an unusually high proportion of single malt, including Vintage GlenAllachie, the blend is stored for a further 3 years in a mix of Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso Puncheons as well as Appalachian Virgin Oak. The result harmoniously balances the gentle peat of the Islay portion, the archetypal Speyside fruit notes, the heather honey-like sweetness of the Highlands and a full-bodied base of grain components.
Cask Type: First Fill American Casks, Sherry Butts & Second Fill Casks and Hogsheads, Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso Puncheons and Appalachian Virgin Oak
2,000 bottles worldwide
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