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Cadenhead Single Cask Bruichladdich 1988 30yo
700ml 48.90%
This Laddie was distilled in the era when nobody gave a toss about the distillery or its malts. This was era of Invergordon Distillers, where the distillery went though expansion in the late 1970's to bust and temporary closure in the early 1980's. And it was an era when the Laddie was totally unpeated. So here we can present a little bit of unknown Islay history. Official notes read, "Syrupy fruits, with a soft salty back ground. Peaches, cardamon pods, sweet and sour notes, limoncello with toffee sauce. Thick and chewy." American oak matured, 174 bottles only.

Cadenhead Small Batch Bunnahabhain 1989 28yo
700ml 43.80%
For all the whisky enthusiasts out there...this is distillate comes from the pre-Edrington days! For the rest of us, this is the old school, fruity Bunny. How rare is that!! Official notes read, "Nose: Pineapple, papaya, mango. Really fruity. Flavour: Grapefruit, Lime cordial with a feint hint of flint. Finish: Macademia nuts, banana bread. Lightly smoked wood chips in the background." And get this, an incredible 469 bottles were released.

Cadenhead Small Batch Bunnahabhain 2009 9yo
700ml 58.90%
Now if the the Cadenhead Bunny 5 is jammed packed with peat, this 9yo is the complete opposite and more in line with the way Bunnahabhain was traditionally made: little to no peat with a big emphasis on biscuity malt. As the official notes reveal, "nutty and creamy with lemon, peach syrup and raspberry coulis. American oak matured, 564 bottles released.

Cadenhead Small Batch Bunnahabhain 2013 5yo Heavy Peat
700ml 58.90%
Well, the label says it all: heavy peat. We have seen peated Bunny's in the past, but they have been relatively soft and gentle in the smokiness department. But take a look at the tasting notes from the crew at Cadenheads, "smells oily and grassy with background peat, on the palate, Dry ash, and then smoking hit oil, pear skins, whole limes, runny honey and a hint of mezcal.. Finishes with dry smoke and becomes oilier." Wow! All bourbon oak with a whopping 720 bottles released.

Cadenhead Small Batch Laphroaig 1998 20yo
700ml 54.30%
A very special 2018 release from Wm Cadenhead: a well aged Islay dram from the world's favourite smoky malt, Laphroaig. All bourbon cask matured, only 474 bottles released and tasting of, "Meaty initially then black cherry fruitiness. Finishing with oysters and spiced ham while smoke gradually builds through."

Cadenhead Single Cask Highland Park 1989 29yo
700ml 40.60%
A single cask oh Highland Park. And a 29yo at that. What a wonder! 198 bottles only, all bourbon oak matured, fruity and lightly smoky. Sounds like classic HP to me. According to Cadenheads the taste is of, "Tropical fruits, gooseberries and white grapes. While finishing with smoke, lemon zest and orchard fruits."

Cadenhead Single Cask Highland Park 1996 20yo
700ml 50.60%
A somewhat curious HP as they notes don't really mention the classic peat/honey combo that HP used to bang on about. I've seen modern versions, very similar to this one. Distilled 1996, bottled 2016, ex Bourbon cask, out-turn: 258 bottles. From Mr Cadenhead, Mark Watt, "A little lemon, vanilla, lots of cream, apple crumble, icing sugar and pear tart...a very coastal finish."

Cadenhead Small Batch Highland Park 1990 25yo
700ml 50.60%
This is a vatting of two bourbon hogsheads and as Serge Valentin declares, "Sharp, waxy, citrusy, herbal, very much focused, well-chiselled, slightly smoky� And there�s this bitterness that keeps it a little �intellectual. 91pts " noting that he can't understand why the distillery got rid of these casks.

Cadenhead Auchroisk 2006 12yo
700ml 46.00%
Official notes read, "Nose: Fresh and sweet with lemongrass and barley water. Flavour: Grapefruit juice, pineapple, salted caramel. Finish: Toffee, vanilla pods then dried barley."

Cadenhead Single Cask Glen Keith 1973 43yo
700ml 43.20%
RARE It's a tad confusing: there are the official 17th Anniversary bottlings as indicated on the label and there are these that sport the 175th outer packaging. But take a look at the age! Distilled 1973, bottled 2017, ex Bourbon cask, out-tun 156 bottles. From Mark Watt's notes, "Hazelnuts with tropical fruits, hints of oakiness and faint flinty notes."

Cadenhead Single Cask Glen Moray 1998 20yo
700ml 52.20%
After spending a very long time living in the shadows as a distillery renowned for producing spirit for supermarket budget brands, The distillery was sold, in 2008, to French drinks company La Martiniquaise. But with this offering we hark back to the days of the original owners, Macdonald And Muir and we also get to see a not often seen, well-aged Glen Moray. And from Cadenhead's notes, it's a rich and very intriguing dram, " Palate: Very syrupy with lime zest, persimmons, bergamot and a hint of liquorice. Finish: Long and syrupy with fennel, basil, lemon and growing runny honey finish." American oak matured, 234 bottles released.

Cadenhead Single Cask Glen Spey 1995 23yo
700ml 57.30%
A Diageo distillery that really does live up to the claim of Scotland's least known distillery. Not as if it is a youngster: founded 1878, or with a tiny output: approx 1.4 million litres annually or located way out in the hard to find wilds: it is surrounded by Glen Grant, Glenrothes and Speyburn. It just doesn't have a presence at all. So, this makes it intriguing. I just want to try it. Official notes read, "Some kiwi mixed in with notes of caramel, peshwari naan and melted butter. Grows thicker and heavier with more chocolate and rhubarb flavours." American oak matured, 222 bottles released.

Cadenhead Single Cask Glenlossie 1993 24yo
700ml 53.60%
Another Diageo distillery that really, nobody has heard of. The only official bottling to date was a 10yo Flora and Fauna. Renowned for its "green/oily" newmake, most of the production goes into Haig's blends. So here's a chance to taste a malt with lots of age that has hardly been seen or tasted. All American oak matured, only 240 bottles released and tasting of, "Honeycomb, pistachio nuts and peaches. Very creamy. The finish is cayenne pepper, ginger and cookie dough." according to Mr Watt at Cadenheads.

Cadenhead Single Cask Glentauchers 1990 27yo
700ml 54.40%
Haven't tried many drams from this distillery, pure and simply because Chivas generally never release this spirit as a single malt. So this single cask Cadenhead offering is a wee bit special. Only 176 bottles released worldwide. Official notes read, "Nose: Peaches, watermelon, creamy, lychee. Flavour: Cotton candy, unground black pepper, cloves. Finish: Orange pith, fruit slice cake, peach skin."

Cadenhead Single Cask Speyside 1991 27yo
700ml 48.60%
A curious malt from a curious distillery as it is one of the newer distilleries in Speyside, as it was only completed in 1987! So to see one at this age is quite stunning, considering it was the early days of distilling. The official notes read, "Vine tomatoes, honeycomb and olive oil with a strawberry coulis, ginger ale and clove oil finish." As I said, a very curious malt. American oak matured, 300 bottles released.

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Aultmore 1997 20yo
700ml 53.10%
Founded 1896 and now part of the Bacardi Dewar empire. All bourbon oak matured with 534 bottles released worldwide. Official notes state, "Tofee: soft milk chocolate notes with spearmint." It's making me hungry.

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Glen Moray 1992 24yo
700ml 50.90%
I suspect that there are not many over 20yo Glen Morays in existence, especially at cask strength. This distillate comes from the old owners, Macdonald and Muir, whoi went onto become Glenmorangie Plc. Official notes read, "Green apple skins, touches of cocoa powder, mango and passion fruit." I'm guessing that it is quite a fruity dram?

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Glenrothes 1996 20yo
700ml 51.30%
This was a big release from Cadenheads, as they had 4 x bourbon barrels available for bottling. Out-turn was 1314 bottles. Official tasting notes read, "Big and oily, faint white pepper, custard tarts and peaches in syrup."

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Glentauchers 1990 26yo
700ml 52.60%
It's a tad confusing: there are the official 17th Anniversary bottlings as indicated on the label and there are these that sport the 175th outer packaging. An early distillate from Allied Distillers after a 5 year closure of the distillery by UDV. So, distilled in 1990, bottled 2017, 3 x ex Bourbons casks, out-tun: 420 bottles. From Mark Watt, "Blackcurrants, cherries, brown sugar, green apple skins and very chewy."

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Speyside 1991 25yo
700ml 51.00%
A well aged dram from a distillery that was only built in the 1970's. So once again I ask the question: Who has ever tried a malt from this distillery? I have and it was in Feb 2018: supple and rich. Official notes read, "polished oak, red cherries, touches of granite." Only 624 bottles released.

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