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Aberfeldy 21 years Single Malt
Whisky4you introduces the 21year old Aberfeldy Single Malt, an outstanding Highland Scotch, well-matured and complex with notes of wild honey, orange peel, sweet vanilla, freshly cut hay and coconut. And – surprise for Aberfeldy – a slight smoke note in the finish.
Aberfeldy 16 years Single Malt
Traditionally produced single malt with a full, round taste and the incomparable honey notes of the Aberfeldy distillery, mild and sweet beginning, nicely balanced blend of raisins, caramel, cinnamon, a hint of green apple, merging into strong orange notes, which develop on the tongue to dark chocolate.
Bowmore 18 years Single Malt
Bowmore 18 years old – a masterful combination of gentle peat smoke laced with tropical fruits at 18 years old, incredibly coplex and rewarding , this wonderful Single Malt is perfectly tempered with creamy caramel, chocolate and soft ripe fruit, leading to a long and wonderfully balanced finish.
Caledonia 12 years Single Malt
One of the most successful single malts from Edradour, one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. 42 months of finish in Oloroso sherry casks give this single malt a very special character, accompanied by wonderful fruit notes, traces of honey, nuts, dates and tobacco.
Dalmore Port Wood Reserve Single Malt
A unique Single Malt of the Port Wood series of Dalmore. It matured first in American white oak barrels and Tawny Port Pipes, a particularly mild, creamy port. This gives this single malt intense fruit notes of red berry compote, wrapped in ginger and citrus flavors and a hint of toffee.
Lagavulin 16 years Single Malt
An old classic, rightly revered, dark and intensely smoke, perfectly balanced with a deep sweetness and sherry, spicy wooden hints of oak and pine, long, ambrosial finish with richly peaty, deep, smoky flavors at the tongue. Intense dram for admirers of peaty Single Malts.
Old Ballantruan 10 years Single Malt
Old Ballantruan is produced at the Tomintoul Distillery in the Scottish Speyside, located in the Cromdale Mountains, near the village of Tomintoul. Starting with a with a gentle peaty smokiness with hints of wood fire and bacon, it develops fruity and sweet aromas with beautiful notes of vanilla and dark caramel in the background. A pinch of black pepper and roasted walnuts and spicy wooden aromas lead to a long warming finish.
Compare Talisker Skye, Distillers Edition and 18 years Single Malt
Talisker is welknown for its peppery-spicy finish, that completes the wonderful sea side aroma and different further tastes from their maturing casks. But which of their bottles will be your favourite? Lets discover three of their famous bottlings together!
Tobermory 12 years Single Malt
Tobermory 12 year old is a stunning Single Malt, sweet, rich mouth filling oils, orange dominated citrus note, raisings and sultanas and subtle dried fruit, with hints of coffee, dark chocolate and subtle spice. A wonderful taste experience of the Tobermory series collection.
Tullibardine 12 years Single Malt
Le Murray 12 years Single Malt belongs to the special editions of Tullibardine, that matured almost 2 years in red wine casks from the Châteauneuf-du-Pape region. It comes with a delicate aroma of strawberries in chocolate dip, oak and buttery herbal notes, combined with a hint of barley. The fruity finish fills the mouth with hints of orange blossom and spicy pepper.
Scotland tour: Iain´s Statement
Follow me to Aberfeldy, a beautiful little town at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Lets have a glance at the outstanding nature and listen to Iain´s statement according to the Scots and their marvellous Whisky. And of course here is also a Whisky suggestion from the Aberfeldy distillery!
Laphroaig and Scottish peat
Lets go to Scotland and find out where the lovely peat comes from, which is used to smoke the barley for the Whisky production. And let me introduce you to a nice bottle of a very peaty brand: Laphroaig Triple wood and its special Cairdeas bottling
Lagavulin Islay Jazz Festival
Lagavulin is one of the oldest distilleries on Islay – a beautiful wild island and home of the Lagavulin Islay Jazz Festival. Follow me to this beautiful place and get some suggestions of the great Lagavulin Whisky portfolio.
Ardbeg Distillery visit and Whisky suggestions
Follow me to our next post from our Scotland – Whisky – Tour. This time we learn how Scotish whisky is produced on the example of Ardbeg. And after the whisky production of course we have a closer look at the actual choice of the Ardbeg Whisky portfolio (Ardbeg 10, AN OA, Uigeadail and Corryvreckan, DRAM).
Bowmore and the Moonshiners
Follow me to the Bowmore distillery and learn about the Moonshiners and the first days of Whisky production, which is closely linked to the Scottish history. Find out about one of the most expensive whiskies in Scotland and let me introduce you also to a nice choice of Bowmore whiskies.
Glenfinnan and Distillery Ben Nevis
Follow me to Glenfinnan, a place of old Scottish history, with a story about a sensitive prince and a great plan. As always, followed by a whisky recommendation from the same area about a bottle, which is not much advertised, but appreciated among connoisseurs.
Dunvegan Castle and Talisker 18 years
Come with me to the Castle of the MacLeod Clan in Scotland and listen to one of the sagas about the famous Fairy Flag, which protects the Clan since long time. And here comes also a suggestion of two Whiskies of the Isle of Skye, near to the Castle: Talisker Neist Point and Talisker 18 years Single Malt.
57° North and the Fairies in the Tower
Lets listen to another story about the origin of the famous Fairy Flag of the MacLeod Clan, which is kept in Dunvegan Caste, followed by the suggestion of the great Talisker bottling 57°North, a wild and stormy, but also very complex and delicious Single Malt.
A sad Fairy and an a 25 year old Whisky
And here’s another saga about the origins of the famous Fairy Flag. Listen to the story of a sad fairy and a wonderful old whisky, Talisker’s 25 year old Single Malt.
Lend a hand for St Kilda - with a suggestion of an outstanding island scotch
Join the Scotland-Whisky-tour of Whisky4you. Discover a beautiful Atlantic island, with a suggestion of a tingling, energetic island whisky! Scottish clans fought with great commitment for this island, which is now a paradise for visitors, birds and divers. The whisky recommendation also applies to island whisky. However, it comes from the island of Orkney, a marvelous thirteen-year-old “Scapa Distillers Label” from 2019.
Herrings Town and the maritime Malt
Lets visit the very North-East of Scotland. In the old herrings town Wick we find ancient places, awarded modern buildings and the distillery Old Pulteney. From their range of “Maritime Malts” I suggest the 18-year old Single Malt, a wonderful aroma combination of fruity sweetness, herbs and spices and a maritime note.
Special day Whisky
You need a present for a special person? For Christmas, Easter, Valentine or another occasion? A high quality Scotch is a beautiful item and brings moments of enjoying, relaxing, discovering new tasts and sharing it with others. Watch 4 suggestions for different types of Whisky lovers.
Happy New Year from your Whisky tasting room!
Hope you have a great Christmas celebration with your friends and family! And if some of the presents didnt really meet your taste – here is a perfect alternative!
Happy Easter with Auchentoshan Three Wood
Here comes the perfect Easter bunny! Taste the Auchentoshan Three Wood, three times distilled spirit, matured in 3 different wooden casks to become a wonderful smooth and deep Single Malt. Happy Easter greetings from Whisky4you!
Bowmore at the Barbecue
Barbecue is one of the best ways to prepare food. And while the grill master is working, I have a suitable whisky for your glass, ladies. (Our grill masters also gets a dram, of course!) Bowmore 18 years old, smoky, like our grill, with wonderful tropical fruits, caramel and chocolate flavors … Have a wonderful weekend!
Spring time in the woods
A wonderful day in spring with some impression from the woods… and a suggestion with today’s sunshine – Aberfeldy 16 year Single Malt, matured in oak casts, round taste and the incomparable honey notes of the Aberfeldy distillery. It starts mild and sweet with a nicely balanced blend of raisins, caramel, cinnamon, a hint of green apple and oranges.
Sunset at the lake Whisky
Follow me to the Chiemsee with a recommendation for a wonderful evening and a good Scotch. Old Ballantruan 10 years old, with a bouquet of aromas behind the rich and creamy smoke. Vanilla and wooden notes, sweet caramel and hints of delicate grapefruit and spicy pepper, remaining on the tongue for a long warming finish
Whisky for a group of friends
Do you want to serve a high quality whisky to a larger group without knowing their taste? Here’s my recommendation. By the way, a nice view of our great Bluegrass camp in the Alps.
Have a look what I found at the Dolomites for you!
You wouldn’t hope to find a good Scotch in an Italian mountain village? Have a look at this outstanding landscape and the delicious Single Malt that I found in a nice bar in the Dolomites!
Todays Delicious Suggestions:
Old Pulteney 18 years single malt€ 106,50
€ 152,14 / l
incl. 16% VAT
plus Shipping Costs
Slow Roll Whisky Glass€ 49,99 – € 129,99
Elegant Carafe Columbus€ 79,99
incl. 16% VAT
Dram for two Nunchucks€ 49,99
incl. 16% VAT
One-Shot Whisky Cigar Set€ 49,99
incl. 16% VAT
Whisky Travel Set Eagle€ 49,99
incl. 16% VAT