Whisky "Balvenie" Peated Cask, 17 Years Old, gift tube, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase "Balvenie" Peated Cask, 17 Years Old, gift tube, 700 ml
Whiskey distinguishes golden yellow color.
Whiskey have an unusual taste, which opens with fresh shades of citrus peel, mixed with earthy tones of ash and peat. Care should be sweet caramel, honey, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, baked apples, dried apricots, grapes Kish Mish. The finish is long enough, at first it is dominated by notes of honey, enriched with notes of dried fruit, which later dissolved in dryish shades of spice and earth.
Whisky has a delicate honey aroma, in which there are notes of violet gentle, subtle lavender, orange peel and dried fruit. Particularly pronounced peat chords, however, supplemented by hints of sweet vanilla, licorice, nutmeg and licorice, they sound softly and gently.
Whiskey is recommended to drink with ice or in pure form. Despite its fortress, this drink also performed admirably in cocktails.
"Balvenie" Peated Cask, 17 Years Old - smoky single malt whiskey, will be on sale recently - in September 2010. Just a year after the release of this product has won the hearts of many sophisticated connoisseurs of high-quality alcoholic beverages, received silver medals at prestigious competitions "San Francisco World Spirits Competition" and "Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition", as well as a nomination "Master" on the "Scotch Whisky Masters ".
Drink "Balvenie" Pited Kask 17-year-old can be rightfully attributed to the most unusual malt. To date, this is the only drink whiskey peat in product mix Balvenie. The author of the whiskey is the legendary David Stewart, who works at the Scottish distillery company William Grant & Sons in Speyside. He has independently developed the technology of production of the drink, which is particularly complex and is absolutely unique.
In 2001, the production of Balvenie conducted an experiment in which were created by spirits from very smoked malt. Obtain raw materials for more than 10 years matured in traditional oak barrels, and then chief master distillers - David Stewart - used it for making various types of whiskey. In the same barrels for maturation sent honey and smoky drink, had already stood for more than 17 years old barrels of bourbon. A little later, a unique alcohol, which acquired smoky notes, blended with the 17-year-old "Balvenie", aged in barrels of new American oak. Thus was born the bright and multi-layered assemblage having a distinct peaty character and has a unique delicacy and refinement. This drink is called "Balvenie" Pited Kask 17-year-old. This product, which is one of the most extraordinary types of whiskey, will certainly please all lovers of the unique style of Balvenie.