Balblair 2000 Vintage Second Edition (46% ABV) was matured in a combination of American oak and ex-bourbon casks for 13 years, before spending five years in first fill Spanish oak butts, and is said to be full-bodied with aromas of seasoned oak, baked red apples and fruitcake, followed by warming vanilla and ripe tropical stone fruits.
|Balblair 2000 Vintage Second Edition & 1991 Vintage Third Edition|
Balblair 1991 Third Edition (46% ABV) was matured in a combination of American oak and ex-bourbon casks for 24 years, before spending three years in first fill Spanish oak butts, and is said to be expansive and complex with rich citrus fruits and vanilla notes as well as toffee and chocolate.
Commenting on the new releases, Matt Jamieson, Balblair Global Brand Manager, said: “At Balblair, we only release our whisky when its ready and these new vintages are no exception. Both featuring a very different nose and palate, the 2000 and 1991 are exquisite drams which are sure to appeal to the most discerning of whisky drinkers.”
Balblair 2000 Vintage Second Edition and Balblair 1991 Vintage Second Edition, will be available later this month from specialist retailers, for the respective RRP's of £70.00 and £125.00.
Posted by Steve Rush