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Scotch Malt And New Make Spirit

Malt Spirit is a new phenomenon and one we encourage wholeheartedly, it really is a fascinating thing. Because Scotch whisky must be aged for a minimum of three years and one day, any spirit that is aged for less that this cannot be called a whisky. Malt spirit is just a whisky that has not undergone the minimum maturation term. Scotch malt whisky is produced from nothing other than yeast, water and malted barley and distilled in copper pot stills.

Some of these malt spirits are aged for a while, whilst some are taken straight from the stills. Bottling whisky in this way allows up and coming distilleries to release products without having to wait for at least three years, it also gives us whisky fanatics a chance to really see the effects of maturation and how the spirit starts its life.

Bladnoch Dew Peated New Make

20cl, 46%
Bladnoch

Bladnoch's peated new-make spirit, released at a lower proof of 46% ABV. Marvellous in cocktails, and surprisingly palatable neat.  More info

Bladnoch Dew Peated New Make

Bladnoch Dew Heavily Peated New Make

20cl, 72.2%
Bladnoch

Production at Bladnoch with Raymond Armstrong at the helm began in 2000. Since then several young whiskies have been released, with spirit totally produced since his ownership. Dew is a particularly…  More info

Bladnoch Dew Heavily Peated New Make

Glenglassaugh Blushes 20cl

20cl, 50%
Glenglassaugh

A very interesting spirit from Glenglassaugh, this is basically under-aged whisky, aged for just 6 months (the minimum ageing for whisky is three years). This gets its blush colouring from its…  More info

Glenglassaugh Blushes 20cl

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