Whisky is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the distillation of one or more fermented cereals, which ages in wooden barrels for at least 3 years. The best known whiskey is the Scotch, produced in two types: Single Malt, from a single distillery and Blended, obtained by assembling several batches of whiskey in which they meet their best charact...
Whisky is an alcoholic beverage obtained from the distillation of one or more fermented cereals, which ages in wooden barrels for at least 3 years. The best known whiskey is the Scotch, produced in two types: Single Malt, from a single distillery and Blended, obtained by assembling several batches of whiskey in which they meet their best characteristics. The differences found in the different areas of Scotland about the organoleptic characteristics of the products makes it possible to distinguish the Scotch Whiskey from the Highlands, Islands, Speyside, Islay, Campbeltown and Lowland. Among the best known distilleries, for each region, we find: Glenmorangie and Oban for the Highlands, Higland Park and Talisker for the Islands, Cardhu, Glenfiddich, Glenlivet and Macallan for Speyside, Caol Ila, Ardberg, Lagavulin and Laphroaig for Islay, Auchentoshan and Glenkinche for Lowland. Other very popular whiskeys are Irish, Canadian and US, rye and bourbon, and the Japanese. Sometimes used in the preparation of cocktails, it is ideal to serve at the end of a meal or to drink alone, for moments of meditation.
The 'Nàdurra' by The Glenlivet is a pure and pristine single malt (Nàdurra in Gaelic means natural), aged 16 years in American oak barrels. It is bottled as a cask-strenght (without being diluted with water) and without resorting to the cold filtering process, which gives the Nàdurra its turbid appearance and guarantees the preservation of precious aromas.
The 'Casg Annamh' Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky by Aberlour the Gaelic language it means 'rare barrel'. Special character thanks to the combination of 3 different woods used in the maturation phase. The refinement takes place in 1 European oak sherry barrel and 2 different American oak barrels. Complex, full-bodied, soft but lively, with fruity notes...
The Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old by Aberlour is a fine example of how the distinctly crunchy and citrusy character of raw Aberlour distillate is ably softened by double-barrel maturation. The combination of traditional oak barrels and seasoned sherry create a round, warm, spicy and well-balanced flavor.
The Japanese Blended Whisky Akashi delle White Oak Distillery is a sublime Blended Whiskey, powerful and has a creamy and creamy texture. Composed of 30% barley malt, it is characterized by pronounced aromas of American oak and vanilla, and is especially distinguished for the soft and balanced final.
The Japanese Blended Whisky Akashi delle White Oak Distillery is superb and powerful, and can harmoniously combine the presence of vanilla notes with the smells of American oak. The limited quantities in which it is produced make it even more precious. Unmissable.
The 'Reserve' Premium by Usquaebach is a whisky for those seeking elegance and structure. This rare blend features over 50% quality single malts each aged between 16, 17, and 18 years and blended with the finest grain whisky – resulting in a handcrafted spirit that is both timeless and unique.