Unique whisky tasting of 12 very special whiskies in a beautiful gift box. Discover your favorite whisky and learn to distinguish the differences. Enjoy while you become an expert.
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This whisky tasting contains:
• 12 glass tubes of 25 ml whisky
• Booklet with illustrations and descriptions of the whiskies
• Luxury gift box
*Tasting glass not included
This Tasting Contains 12 tubes of the following Whiskies:
Indian whisky is conquering the world, and Amrut is the absolute frontrunner, stunning connoisseurs with their exquisite single malt whisky. The warm climate in India is perfectly suited for maturing whisky, of which the Amrut Fusion is an excellent example. The name is apt, because Amrut Fusion is made with barley grown in India, as well as peated barley from Scotland. This single malt is a clever combination of the best both countries have to offer.
Suntory is one of Japan’s largest producers of whisky, as they own several different distilleries. The Suntory Toki is one of their new modern releases, and is a blended whisky created from Suntory’s three distilleries: Yamazaki, Hakushu and Chita. It works great as an easy sipping whisky to spend an evening with, but the Suntory Toki also does really well in a highball – a popular combination of whisky and soda that has captured the imagination of Japan.
Knappogue Castle, 12 Y - Barolo Cask is an exceptional single malt made exclusively from malted barley. Triple distilled one batch at a time in traditional, onion-shaped copper pot stills, this expression is aged in bourbon oak casks for twelve years and finished on Barolo wine Casks. The delicate distillation process, along with the moist and temperate climate, yields the distinctive flavor of this remarkable Irish single malt.
Bain’s Cape Mountain Single Grain is one of the only whiskies made on the African continent. Produced at James Sedgwick Distillery in South Africa, Bain’s was first launched in 2009 and is made with 100% South African grain. It is the brainchild of Andy Watts, only the 6th master distiller since James Sedgwick was founded in 1886. Bain’s Cape Mountain Single Grain has floral, banana and toffee aromas with vanilla, cocoa butter and light spices on the palate.
The Bulleit, 10 Y has picked up many awards over the years, including a series of gold medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. That’s shouldn’t come as a surprise for anyone who’s ever had a taste of this glorious bourbon. Based on an old family recipe of Thomas E. Bulleit, the Bulleit, 10 Y has aged charred American white oak barrels, set aside for 10 years. The result is a smooth sipping experience.
Somewhere in the late nineties, a group of friends were sitting in a pub somewhere in Wales. They openly dreamt about building a Whisky distillery. And after a lot of effort, it was ready in 2004. After more than a hundred years Wales had a distillery; The Penderyn. They make Whisky of excellent quality on a small scale. The Legend has matured in bourbon barrels and gets a finish on Portuguese Madeira barrels. The end result is soft and spicy with lots of character.
Vink Triple Wood is a Dutch whisky founded by the people behind the innovative Kever Genever. Produced at distillery De Tweekoppige Phoenix, Vink Whisky has aged for three to seven years. It’s not a malt whisky. Barley is the dominant grain, but rye, corn and wheat is also used. Vink Whisky matured in a first-fill ex-bourbon casks, a refill bourbon cask that was previously used to mature Scotch whisky and a former Bordeaux red wine cask made from French oak. Not your average cask recipe.
From the moment its first whisky was released in 2008, Kavalan has been a major success. One of the highlights in the relatively young history of this Taiwanese distillery came in 2015, when one of its whiskies was awarded the title “World’s Best Single Malt Whisky.” Due to the warmer climate in Taiwan, Kavalan’s whisky matures at a different rate than it would in Scotland. A great example is the distillery’s flagship expression, Kavalan Single Malt. Sometimes ages simply doesn’t matter.
Armorik is the whisky of the Warenghem Distillery, located in Lannion in Brittany, France. The distillery was founded in 1900 by Leon Warenghem and made Jenever, fruit distillates and liqueurs for almost a century. Since 1998, the very first Breton Single Malt whisky has been added to this list. This Armorik Classic is a mix of several years and has matured on bourbon barrels and barrels of Breton oak. The whisky is soft, spicy and fruity.
This whisky was first produced in 1951. The brand was known at the time as 'Black Label', but after the first batch was sampled by Jack Napier, it was changed to Black Velvet. The Whisky is known for its velvety smooth taste. Black Velvet has been producing the 'Reserve' since 1991; an 8-year-old Whisky made by mixing the Rye of both aged and non-aged corn after which the mixture matures for 8 years, giving it a nutty and spicy character.
For a long time, distilling spirits from grain was not allowed in Switzerland. When the ban was finally lifted in 1999, the beer brewers at Brauerei Locher set out to create the first Swiss single malt whisky ever – Säntis Malt was born. The distillery has picked up all kinds of awards since. Not surprisingly, the distillery/brewery is known for using old beer casks for maturation, like it does for its Sigel expression. The result is a wonderfully hoppy whisky that highlights the grains that are at the heart this single malt whisky.
"Why are there no whisky distilleries in Sweden?” is the sentence that inspired the idea for Swedish Whisky. In Sweden we find one of the purest waters in the world and during the long summer days the barley develops a unique sweetness; one of the cornerstones of Swedish Whisky. The Swedish oak grows slowly in the harsh climate which gives the whisky a harder taste than the American oak. The barrels are roasted heavily, giving the Whisky more character.