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Balvenie Tun 1509 Batch 7 70cl 52.4°

Distillery : Balvenie (The) / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 24137

This Balvenie Tun 1509 batch 7 is an unfiltered whiskey, it follows in the footsteps of batch 1 to 6.

It is composed of several whiskeys from different barrels, one part comes from Sherry Hogshead cask, another from American oak cask ex Bourbon as well as refill cask of Sherry Butts Double Wood.

The result of this batch 7 is noted in a table where the flavour profiles of the 21 barrels used are also presented with their visual representation.

The result is a slightly unpeated Single Malt bottled at 52.4 °.

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Features
Volume0.7 L
ABV52.4 °
TypeSingle malt
DistilleryBalvenie (The)
CountryScotland
RegionSpeyside
PeatLightly Peated
Reference:24137

The Balvenie is a small distillery nestled in the Scottish Highlands, at the heart of the land of whisky: Speyside.


The Balvenie is a real museum, as nothing changed much since its establishment in 1892. Its name derives from the Balvenie castle (13th century), located a few hundred yards away. Since 1892, it has been family-owned and family-run. This independence allows the distillery to focus exclusively on the production of traditional craft Single Malts. The name “Balvenie” is a mystery in itself. If “Bal” means house or farm in Gaelic, the meaning of “Venie” has been lost. The Balvenie is proud to be one of the last four distilleries of the Highlands to use a traditional malting area. Four maltmen turn the malt three times a day, seven days a week, to even out the germination. The nine stills are placed under the close surveillance of a skilled blacksmith. In order to keep all of the character of The Balvenie Single Malts, the stills in used today are the exact replica of the originals. Until today, the oak casks are crafted by coopers, continuing the traditions and maintaining the skills alive as an heritage of ancient craftsmanship.