A real star, winning top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards in 2007 and 2010.
Aged in ex-sherry French-oak quarter cask barrels.
Seven European oak Sherry butts and thirty-five American oak barrels
Rare 21 year old Balvenie, which has been matured in traditional oak casks.
"Bere is an ancient barley landrace. Discoveries of similar grains, in the Neolithic village of 'Skara Brae' on Orkney, reach back to the dawn of Scottish agriculture and civilisation, more than 4,500 years ago."
Malty, soft and well-balanced, this expression portrays our gratitude to the heritage and our will to advance our tradition.
This is comprised of the final 22 casks of the 1985 vintage, matured first in third fill bourbon casks before being refilled into fresh bourbon by Jim McEwan in 2012. The liquid then had a final finish in French oak from one of the "greatest" (undisclosed) French Chateaux.
The Proud Pioneer of the subtle, refined, yet complex taste of Japanese single malts.
International Wine and Spirit Competition: Gold 2018
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