Through each cask, discover the magic of aging that gives each edition its uniqueness. Always aged in Quercus Alba (American oak) casks, not chill-filtered and without the addition of coloring agents, the Passion of Belgian Owl allows us to discover this distillery from several angles while always having an identity of its own with the whiskies of Etienne Bouillon distilled in the old Caperdonich stills.
A genius whisky expression as we like to see and especially taste. The Glencadam Single Cask Whisky matured only on Cask 179 and could not be bottled pure. After maturing on a single cask not cooled filtered into the bottle without any coloring or dilution. Something that will really make the true bourbon lover water teeth. An incredibly fine dram with a divine taste. This Highland Glencadam was personally selected by Premium Spirits and released in a numbered edition. The cask was personally selected on site after a thorough analysis.
Old Pulteney Flotilla 2008 is matured in American oak ex-bourbon barrels. Over the years, the casks gently absorbed the northern sea breeze, giving the whisky its smooth, complex flavours and coastal characteristics. It is little wonder that Old Pulteney is known as ‘The Maritime Malt’.
A single cask bottling from GlenAllachie, part of the first bundle of single casks released by the distillery in Speyside at the end of 2018. This one was aged in a bourbon barrel for 28 years, from February 1990 to October 2018. Only 122 bottles were produced.
Glenallachie 2008 Virgin Oak Single Cask Whisky that went straight from the cask into the bottle without any dilution or secondary coloring. Only 270 hand-numbered bottles of it are available. After 11 years, the whisky had an alcohol content of 57.3%. Maturation took place in a new oak barrel numbered 469. This is a unique expression that could perfectly have a few drops of water to give itself fully.
This masterpiece, passionately created by the Kurayoshi distillery, is a Japanese single malt whisky matured in a single Mizunara cask, known for its rarity. Alcohols matured in this type of oak take on unique, original flavours. The whisky is matured in Tottori perfecture, in a natural environment where the temperature changes considerably from one season to the next. It is subtly finished with natural spring water from Mount Daisen.