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This very first batch from the Chivas period (after being bought in 2005 by Pernod Ricard) replaces the former 14 year old. A blend of first-fill bourbon casks, it breathes new life into this legendary and unpeated island single malt, from the Speyside so
The legendary Scapa distillery is located on the edge of Scapa Flow, one of the largest natural ports in the world. One of Scotland’s most historic stretches of water - Scapa Flow is located in the Orkney Isles archipelago, off the north coast of Scotland
Although the spring water it uses is highly peated, Scapa produces a single malt that is not very peaty - in fact, almost not peaty at all. The distillery uses a Lomond-style wash still in its own original fashion, enabling it to produce an oily and unctuous spirit. Lighter than its neighbour Highland Park, the single malt produced by the Scapa distillery is always a close reflection of the grain, expressing fruity notes (pear), hints of marine (salt) on the palate and a chocolatey finish. Its single malt is mainly used for the blends of the Ballantine’s family. Find out more
A great Islay classic for lovers of peaty, iodized whiskies. An unmissable malt. Old gold with glints of green; the full-bodied bouquet is...
With all the classic BenRiach characteristics, BenRiach batch 1 is the first Cask Strength expression to be added to the core range....