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Balvenie Tun 1509 - Batch 2

(70cl, 50.3%)

Balvenie Tun 1509 - Batch 2

Balvenie Tun 1509 Batch 2 Bottling Note

Ooh, the second batch of Balvenie Tun 1509 is here! The follow-up to the distillery's incredibly popular Tun 1401 series, Tun 1509 is made with a bigger marrying tun and continues to be absolutely fantastic. For the second batch, they used 32 casks - 23 American oak casks and 9 European oak Sherry casks, and allowed to marry for a few months before being bottled at 50.3% ABV. 8500 bottles were produced in total.

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Balvenie Tun 1509 - Batch 2 Reviews

distillery tasting

tried this after distillery tour.deep mahogany in colour,mouth filling with lots of spices and dried fruits.finish is of medium length and warming.looking to buy a bottle.

26th September 2016

For Collection

I think down the road people will appreciate this in the same way they appreciate the 1401

10th May 2016

In response to comments below

You haven't taken into account auction fees but you can get batch 1 around the original RRP.

NAS yes but Batch 1 had whisky distilled in 1970 in it and this one will probably have likewise. David Stewart isn't going to be producing blends for many more years so this could be some of his final work, and it's bloody amazing whisky!

22nd February 2016

value for money?

You can get batch 1 at auction for under £200.

16th July 2015

Market value?

batch 1 readily available at auction for under £200. Food for thought. Well, drink.

15th July 2015

At this price?

8500 bottles. No age statement. £250.


14th July 2015

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