Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11 Year 93.4

Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11 Year 93.4

Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11 Year 93.4

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Introducing the Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11-Year, a distinguished and meticulously crafted expression that embodies the essence of time-honored Scottish whisky traditions. Aged for a precisely calibrated 11 years, this exceptional single malt whisky from the renowned Bladnoch Distillery boasts a bold character and a distinct flavor profile that will captivate the most discerning whisky enthusiasts.

Nestled in the heart of the Lowlands, the Bladnoch Distillery has been perfecting the art of whisky-making since its establishment in 1817. The 11-Year expression is a testament to the distillery's unwavering commitment to quality and craftsmanship, showcasing the expertise passed down through generations.

At 93.4 proof, this single malt whisky delivers a harmonious balance of strength and sophistication. The nose reveals rich and inviting aromas, with hints of honeyed malt, oak, and a touch of citrus. On the palate, a symphony of flavors unfolds, featuring notes of caramel, dried fruits, and a subtle undercurrent of peat, culminating in a warm, lingering finish that leaves a lasting impression.

The carefully selected combination of American oak and sherry casks imparts a depth and complexity to the Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11-Year, creating a whisky that is both timeless and contemporary. Each sip is a journey through the distinct terroir of the Lowlands, with the whisky capturing the essence of the region's pure water sources and fertile landscapes.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for an exquisite cocktail, Bladnoch Single Malt Scotch 11-Year invites you to savor the artistry and tradition that define this exceptional Scotch whisky. Elevate your whisky collection with this limited-edition release, as Bladnoch continues to set the standard for quality and excellence in the world of single malt Scotch.

Radiant amber with golden hues, the Bladnoch 11-Year displays a captivating clarity and viscosity in the glass, hinting at the whisky's well-matured and rich character.

The aroma unfolds with a symphony of enticing notes. A sweet introduction of honeyed malt sets the stage, followed by a subtle interplay of oak and vanilla. Delicate hints of orchard fruits dance in harmony with a whisper of citrus, creating an inviting and complex bouquet.

As the whisky graces the palate, a velvety texture coats the tongue. Caramelized sugars and toffee make a pronounced entrance, accompanied by a medley of dried fruits—raisins and figs—adding layers of depth. The influence of American oak and sherry casks becomes evident, providing a perfect balance between sweet and savory elements. A gentle touch of peat emerges, offering a subtle smokiness that enhances the overall complexity.

The finish is a crescendo of flavors that lingers with warmth and elegance. Oak spices intermingle with the remnants of dried fruits, leaving a lasting impression. The 11-Year 93.4 expression concludes with a satisfying and enduring finale, inviting you to reflect on the nuanced journey through the Lowlands that this exceptional Scotch whisky has offered.

The distillery was founded by John and Thomas McClelland in 1817 and during the period 1823 - 1826 produced 28,956 imperial gallons (131,640 L) of whisky, an average of 7,239 imperial gallons (32,910 L) per annum, and in the year 1826 - 1827 this had risen to 9,792 imperial gallons (44,520 L).Most people naturally assume that “single malt” means just that – a single whisky from a single barrel. In fact, what a Scottish “single malt” actually means is that it is only malt whisky, prepared in the traditional way, and produced by a single distillery in Scotland.
It is unusual for a Lowland Whisky that it is double distilled and that sometimes peated malt is used in the production. All in all the Whiskies from Bladnoch are very interesting as they have a lot of variety.
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