After a brief hiatus from all of this booze reviewing business, we’re happy to report that “We’re Back!” with a review of not one, but TWO Single Malt Scotch Whiskies from the Wolfburn Distillery. This is the second pair of Wolfburn whiskies that the fine folks at Impex Beverages were kind enough to send us back in March.
For round two of our Wolfburn tasting, we’ll be discussing their Morven and Small Batch #318 expressions. Here are a few words about these whiskies taken directly from the Impex Beverages website:
Morven: This lightly peated whisky is ex-Bourbon barrel (approx. 200L capacity) matured filled with lightly peated (10ppm) spirit. It’s made from malted barley infused with smoke during the drying process.It’s a reflection of history – the original 19th Century distillery was largely fired by peat. Gentle distillation is followed by maturation in our purpose-built warehouses. The result is a beautifully smooth and rounded whisky. Bottled at 46% ABV.
Batch #318: The sixth in Wolfburn’s small-batch series, Batch 318 comes from a combination of lightly-peated spirit, matured for seven years in first-fill Oloroso Sherry butts, combined with spirit matured for seven years in first-fill Bourbon barrels. Just 4,800 bottles in total. A sweet, rounded, sumptuous whisky with a peerless depth of flavor. Bottled at 46% ABV.
To find out if the second pair of Wolfburn Whiskies were as delicious as the first pair, click play on the following video:
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Many thanks to Impex Beverages for sending us these very generous samples!
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