Braeval 2001 Aged 18 Years Old Particular Single Malt Scotch Whisky – Douglas Laing (700ml)
Volume: 700ml ABV: 48.4% Age: 18 Years Old Country: Scotland
Cask Number(s): 13724
Date of Distilling: 05/2001
Date of Bottling: 11/2019
Matured In: in a single sherry butt
The bottler is Douglas Laing an independent bottler of fine Scotch whisky established in 1948. The concept is to enable whisky lovers around the world a chance to come as close as they can to sampling whisky as it was straight from the cask or having a whisky experience like no other.
The Braeval Distillery sits in high pasture land, remote and sheltered. Because of this, illicit stills were common in the area for many years. The distillery was formerly known as Braes of Glenlivet and changed to Braeval in 1994. Did you also know that Braeval is Scotland highest distillery!
This eighteen year old single malt whisky was distilled back in July 2005 and set aside to mature in a refill hogshead. Only 292 bottles were produced at 48.4% ABV by Douglas Laing Independent bottlers. Part of the Old Particular single cask range.
Our Tasting Notes
Nose: Charred oak, toasted chocolatey barley, citrus and buttered warm freshly made bread.
Palate: Floral notes combine with toffee sweetness and Christmas spices.
Finish: Vanilla sponge cake, citrus, honey and freshly cracked black pepper.
|Dimensions||34 × 12 × 12 cm|
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