Pour & Sip October 2023 Box
5 drams and matching tasting cards
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The seasons are changing, and so have our drams! This month we're staying within the UK, with whiskies from Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland. Get ready for seasonal editions, long-time favourites, and even a whisky that's not quite what it seems.
Lochlea Sowing Edition Second Crop: A seasonal release from Lochlea, this is the second release of the annual Sowing Edition, matured entirely in first-fill bourbon barrels from Maker’s Mark and bottled without chill filtration or added colour.
Bushmills 16 Year Old: A classic award-winning Irish single malt from Bushmills, the 16 Year Old is aged in three different cask types. It begins its maturation in oloroso sherry butts and bourbon barrels, before being moved to Port pipes for a year-long finish.
Loch Lomond Coffey Still Single Grain - Distiller's Choice: Though malted barley was used here, because it's distilled in the Coffey still this whisky is classed as a single grain rather than a single malt. First-fill and refill American oak casks make this a floral, fruity whisky full of fudgy sweetness.
Wire Works Alter Ego: Showcasing an alternative flavour profile to White Peak Distillery’s lightly-peated house style, unlocking more juicy fruit, dessert, and biscuit flavours, with a bit more of that peat shining through.
Tamdhu 12 Year Old: Tamdhu new make spirit is fruity and sweet with notes of honey and apple, but is still sufficiently weighty to stand up to sherry casks. Those classic oloroso sherry flavours of red dried fruit, nuts, and chocolate are alive and well here!