Balvenie Single Barrel Sherry Cask 15 Year Old
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Unveiled in 2014, the 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask is a wonderful sight from Balvenie - single malt Scotch whisky fully matured in Sherry casks. These are released in batches of no larger than 650 bottles from a single cask, each one being hand numbered. Although no two casks are the same, and therefore won't produce an identical single malt, the casks are carefully selected by Balvenies Malt Master and feature a consistent, rich, spiced character, complimented by hints of elegant oak. - Balvenie Single Barrel Sherry Cask
NOSE Dried fruits overlaid with a gentle nuttiness
TASTE Rich with elegant oak and subtle spice
FINISH Long, sherried finish
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Alcohol Volume- 47.8 %Bottle Size- 70 cl
Type- WhiskyCountry Of Origin- UK
Availability- In stock
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