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Balvenie 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask

(70cl, 47.8%)
Balvenie 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask
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(9 Reviews)
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Balvenie 15 Sherry Barrel Bottling Note

Unveiled in 2014, the 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask is a wonderful sight from Balvenie - single malt Scotch whisky fully matured in Sherry casks. These are released in batches of no larger than 650 bottles from a single cask, each one being hand numbered. Although no two casks are the same, and therefore won't produce an identical single malt, the casks are carefully selected by Balvenie's Malt Master and feature a consistent, rich, spiced character, complimented by hints of elegant oak.

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User Reviews of the Balvenie 15 Year Old Single Barrel Sherry Cask

This is it

Finally a darm that is worth for the price.

13th November 2015

Sherry Dreaming

Balvenie are producing the kind of whisky I like. I get the sense this team are trying to fill the void left by the Macallan shift and then some more with the rum and portwood finishes. This is no exception. Batch variation in mind, I felt just a little to much of the sulphur which I ordinarily enjoy if it is there as just "a touch". Hence I knocked off half a star. This is the Dreamliner of sherry single malts -- Mifune

9th November 2015


I'm not normally a big fan of the sherried scotches, and nor of Balvenie usually, but this one was great. Solid leathery mouthfeel with the hint of sweetness given by the sherry. Nose roughly the same, and reasonably long finish. Not overdone like various sherry monsters. Didn't taste the stale wood mentioned in previous reviews. Not sure if those reviews just had different expectations or if the consistency is poor.

22nd October 2014


Placed the review for wrong product should have been 15 year old single barrel not sherry cask

2nd October 2014


Forgot to rate the Balvennie

2nd October 2014


I was lucky to find 3 bottles of this all from different casks at an Asda store in the North East for £35 a bottle I have had bottles of this before and it is always a very superior whisky mellow sweet full flavoured a delight to open every bottle.never be as lucky again to obtain whisky as good as this at £35

2nd October 2014

Not from the top shelf

I find it hard to believe that David Stewart picked this cask. The nose is rubbery with a yeasty hint of toffee. It must be a 2nd or 3rd fill sherry cask because it seems the best has already been extracted. The taste is superior to the nose, lots of sweet toffee with tiny hints of sherry cask characteristics. However the mouth feel is fizzy, yeasty, bordering on carbonated. The finish is not long, at first the toffee lingers but that is soon replaced by an old wood feel. Still it's better than your common Irish whiskey.

20th September 2014


First, not sure every cask is the same, however, I opened my first bottle last night and what a tremendous surprise. Dark, thick and sherry galore. All of the sweet notes you would expect from a well done sherried scotch. I am a huge Glendronach drinker and this dram beats out the standard ranges 12 - 21 imho. Buying another bottle before it sells out, an excellent sherry scotch and one of the best I have tasted.

29th August 2014

A strange creature, but tasty

Somehow from the buttery profiles of the ex-bourbon single barrels I expected something similar but sweeter and maybe with a'bunadhlike characteristiks because it's been casked in oloroso, but nope. On the nose the sherry is light - think white wine - rather than sweet. No plumes or sultanas, rather some yeasty thing now and then, wood and molasses. "Rumlike", said a friend. The taste is more sherrylike than expected. The Balvenie character shows through but not strongly. The wood tastes a bit older than you'd expect from under 20yo whisky but the whole is much more pleasant than the slightly queer nose hints at. I do think this is good but not as good as the ex-bourbon single barrel of the same age.

7th August 2014

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