Explore the effects of wine cask maturation on two elegant Speyside whiskies. Cask 35.232 The St Bernard’s barrel spent all ten years in a first-fill red wine barrique, exhibiting an array of sweet and savoury flavours as a result. After ten years in an ex-bourbon barrel, Cask 58.32 Eye of the fruit loop spent two years in a second-fill Chenin Blanc barrique, expanding on its fruity profile while picking up some herbaceous notes for a deep and delicious experience.
Cask No. 35.232 - The St Bernard's barrel Date distilled: July 2008 Cask: First-fill red wine barrique Age: 10 years Alcohol: 62.5% Region: Speyside Lossie
Cask No. 58.32 - Eye of the fruit loop Date distilled: March 2006 Cask: Second-fill Chenin Blanc barrique Age: 12 years Alcohol: 57.9% Region: Speyside Deveron