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MACKMYRA Blomstertid

Single Malt, Sweden / Gavleborg County, 70cl, Ref: 51318

Last edition of the Mackmyra’s bottling range, Blomstertid is a breath of fresh air and sunshine. 360 bottles were produced for this limited edition, exclusive to LMDW. MACKMYRA Blomstertid is a great opportunity to discover Sweden! Cinnamon, jammy fruits, black cherry and soft spices notes. This whisky is drawn from 4 different types of cask, including bourbon, American white oak casks, Sherry oloroso casks and pedro ximenez casks.

Profile: fruity and generous.

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Tasting note

  • Nose : red berries, spices and black cherry.
  • Palate : ripe fruits, cinnamon, cardamom, and vanilla notes.
  • Overall : long and creamy.
The brand

The brand

Located in the province of Gästrikland, the Mackmyra distillery first opened its doors in 1999. Unique in more than one respect, Mackmyra was the first distillery in Sweden to produce whisky. It produces single malts produced from Swedish barley and sources its water from an underground spring fed by the hills of Valboåsen. While part of its whisky stock is left to mature in 100 litre casks, the Mackmyra distillery also uses first-fill ex-bourbon barrels that, once filled, are stocked in a warehouse 50 metres underground in the “Bodäs” mine. It also uses new Swedish oak casks from a forest located on the island of Visingsö, planted over 160 years ago to provide a source of wood for the construction of military navy boats.

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