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Cadenhead Small Batch Auchroisk 1989 24yo Sherry Oak
700ml 57.50%
Now I've just found out that this gem is all sherry oak matured. In Mark Watt's words, "Nose Rhubarb, lime leaves, warm cola, cherries and creamy buttery pastry, cinema toffee popcorn, creamy honeycomb notes. Palate Rich and chocolaty; lots of red fruits, toffee and hot cross buns. Almost honey like with caramel popcorn. Rich sherry tones linger to the side then a rather warming spiced fruit coats the palate. Some dryness makes the natural oils concentrate the palate. Finish Lots of toffee, warming spices and raspberry jam. This is a thick rich whisky that coats the palate with an almost sherry cask taste that is evident in the middle palate." Only 1140 bottles produced.

Cadenhead Small Batch Benriach 1986 29yo
700ml 50.10%
One of the last Benriach's to be made using their own maltings. All bourbon cask matured and in Cadenhead's words, "Slightly nutty with strong orange oil notes coming through with hints of lime and kiwi fruits. The palate has delivered rather well."

Cadenhead Small Batch Benriach 1996 19yo
700ml 47.10%
Brand new for 2015, all bourbon oak with a good amount of age. In thier words, "Lemon meringue pie, cashew nuts and soft hints of nougat and creme caramel."

Cadenhead Small Batch Cragganmore 1993 22yo
700ml 56.30%
This dram is more than interesting. The style and the way the stills are run, suggest a heavy weight spirit. Some even say it is the most complex to come out of Speyside. But Mark Watt's tasting notes suggests something else, "Quite herbal notes are the first thing you will notice then some sage and lemon thyme with hints of spices coat the middle palate. This dram is a great accompaniment to any evening dinner."

Cadenhead Small Batch Dufftown 2007 10yo
700ml 56.80%
A big Diageo distillery famous or infamously known for it's Singleton range. With this offering we have a youngster. All bourbon oak, out-turn 606 bottles and tasting of, "Orange fruit sweet, barley sugar and pear drops."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Elgin 1991 23yo
700ml 46.00%
Another Diageo distillery where one one official 12yo is released. So it is so very good to see a Glen Elgin released with some age. All bourbon cask matured and at 46%. Only 630 bottles produced. Cadenhead's notes say, "Chocolate, but less intense. Cinnamon stick, strawberry yoghurt and poached pears."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Grant 1992 24yo
700ml 45.90%
Old Glen Grant's were a thing of wonder, so to see an older version that was produced to the ownership of Chivas Bros, certainly caught my attention. And the dollar for age quotient (ie bang for buck) is quite extraordinary. 300 bottles released with official notes reading, "Initial sweet tablet (solidified condensed milk) and butterscotch, juice and pear drops."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Keith 1993 21yo
700ml 54.10%
Now this would have to win the award for Scotland's most fruitiest whisky? Here's why, "Tangerines, kiwi fruits, a hint of mango, oily waxy fruits, lasting fruit syrup..." These notes are from Mark Watt at Wm Cadenhead. 444 bottles released.

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Moray 1998 17yo
700ml 55.80%
Once the sad cousin of the illustrious Glenmorangie with its spirit being mainly used for cheap buyer's own brands. But today, it has been totally transformed. However, this Cadenhead bottling dates back to that earlier period. More notes to follow.

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Spey 1997 22yo
700ml 57.90%
Glen_Spey, the distillery that supplies J&B Rare with all its malt whisky. So there is hardly any official releases. Thank goodness for Wm Cadenhead! Their notes read, "Nose: Grassy notes and porridge move to vanilla pods. Flavour: Quite peppery. Grassy notes continue before grapefruit comes through. Finish: Long and zesty with lemongrass."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glen Spey 2001 16yo
700ml 54.00%
From a couple of limited releases, we hardly ever see Glen_Spey in Australia. It's a major component of J&B Rare blended whisky. Cadenhead notes read, "Nose: Fresh nose of juicy green apples, cut grass and hint of cayenne pepper to add some warmth. Taste: Grapefruit and coconut, with marzipan. Finish: Butter popcorn, sweet chilli sauce and stewed apples."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glenburgie 1992 23yo
700ml 54.70%
A Chivas distillery with most of its output going into Ballantines, unless you want to buy a cask strength version at their visitor's centre. So a well-aged offering from Cadenhead, who declare, "Sweet and grassy to start, it is very fresh with a distinctly fruity taste - gooseberries, kiwifruit and banana are joined by some notes of soft brown sugar and some intriguing savoury/herby tones. Very soft, rounded and long lasting in the finish, this is a very vibrant and interesting dram."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glenburgie 2004 13yo
700ml 54.70%
Quite an early distillery, as it was founded in 1810 and now part of the Chivas group. Most of the spirit goes to Ballantines as there is only one official bottling. All bourbon oak with 576 bottles released worldwide. Official notes state, "Toffee, buttery biscuit base and pear skins."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glendullan 1996 18yo
700ml 55.60%
Another curious distillery that we really don't see a lot of malts come from. And that includes the Indies too. According to the good folks at Wm Cadenhead this bottling is very minty with, wait for it, "Lemon meringue pie with lashings of cream." Only 456 bottles released.

Cadenhead Small Batch Glendullan 1996 19yo
700ml 53.40%
A big Diageo distillery based in the heart of Dufftown, while founded in 1896, this distillery dates from 1972. In Mark Watt;'s words, "The palate is smooth from the start with light and creamy tones that keep the flavour moving across the front and top of the palate but added syrup, notes of caramel at the back of the palate making it go on and on."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glenlossie 1993 21yo
700ml 56.10%
You don't see many Glenlossies around. A medium size distillery owned by Diageo, where most of the output goes into Haig's blended whisky. The style is light and fruity as according to Cadenheads, which makes sense given the purifiers that have on the lyne arms, "initially dry then lots of marzipan and red fruits." 492 bottles released world-wide.

Cadenhead Small Batch Glenrothes 1996 21yo
700ml 50.90%
As always form Wm Cadenhead, a classy bottling of an old favourite. In their words, "Nose: Rosemary, lemongrass, fennel. Flavour: Creamy yogurt, water chestnuts, honey and walnuts. Finish: Applewood smoked cheese on oatcakes, celery sticks, dried apple sticks."

Cadenhead Small Batch Glenrothes 1997 20yo Refill Sherry
700ml 56.20%
Sherried Glenrothes...no that is a sweet surprise.

Cadenhead Small Batch Glentauchers 1989 25yo
700ml 53.30%
A big Chivas Bros distillery that nobody has really heard of. And no official releases. It all gets lost in the Teachers & Ballantines blends, unless you have an indie bottling like this one. And BTW it is pronounced Glen-tock-ers. This dram comes from the UDV era. Stewed fruits, a touch of grassiness and mild buttery flavour.

Cadenhead Small Batch Linkwood 1987 26yo
700ml 56.80%
I'm a big fan of Linkwood, so a well aged example, rarely seen, is always a welcome addition to the TOWC. All bourbon oak matured ans in their words, "Nose Creamy, lots of vanilla, fresh baked bread, egg custard and dried banana chips. Palate Toffee popcorn with a touch of salt and pineapple chunks. Finish Crisp and dry, quite herbal with aniseed, gooseberries and a little nutty." Only 972 bottles produced.

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