|Single Grain, Sweet, Spice, Tropical notes, Balanced, Complex
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|Best to add a couple of drops of water to allow the whisky to sing.
Indulge in the balance and complexity of Berry Bros. & Rudd Strathclyde 2005 Cask 106490 Single Grain Whisky. The nose reveals hints of banana bread, coconut milk, and peach, while the palate is a crescendo of rich vanilla, cream soda, coconut, and dark chocolate. With a powerful integration of high alcohol, this 18-year-old whisky delivers a tingly spice and subtle vanilla finish. A prime example of grain whisky at its best.
This Single Cask Single Grain Whisky is very limited in numbers with this being one of 179 bottles.
About the Producers
Strathclyde whisky distillery is a grain distillery, as opposed to the arguably more famous malt distilleries, and it was built in 1927 by Seager Evans on the south bank of the Clyde river.
The Kinclaith malt distillery was built within the Strathclyde distillery, which produced primarily for Long John blends, along with Strathclyde’s grain whisky, but also made single malt. In 1975 however it was shut down in favour of expanding the grain distillery buildings.
The most famous product of Strathclyde is the Duncan Taylor single grain whisky.
Founded in 1698, Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant. Family-owned and run, the company still trades from No.3 St James’s Street, though with offices in Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo too. With longstanding relationships with their portfolio of producers, Berry Bros. & Rudd helps collectors of fine wines and spirits build, manage and enjoy their cellars.
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