Pour & Sip September 2023 Box
5 drams and matching tasting cards
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September marks Pour & Sip's third birthday, and we're back bringing you even more fabulous whiskies to mark the occasion! We're popping to Scotland, Canada, Italy, and then back to Scotland with our five drams this month.
Torabhaig Allt Gleann - The Legacy Series: The second ever release from the distillery, using barley peated to at least 75 PPM, and matured in both first-fill bourbon casks and refill casks.
Benromach 15 Year Old: Combining the dreamy duo of bourbon and sherry casks, Benromach is keeping the Speyside tradition of topping up fires with peat when coal ran low alive, malting their Scottish barley with a little peat smoke. Expect bold baking spices, juicy red fruit and citrus, and woody smoke.
Arran The Bothy Quarter Cask: Initially matured in first-fill bourbon barrels, this is then moved for a secondary maturation into smaller American oak quarter casks, accelerating the effects of maturation. Big flavours of vanilla sweetness and peppery spice are proudly displayed at cask strength.
PUNI 4 Year Old 2012 (Master of Malt): This particular Italian whisky was independently-bottled by Master of Malt (the brains behind Pour & Sip!), and is a blended whisky produced from a trio of grains: malted barley, malted rye, and malted wheat. Before bottling the whisky was finished in a pinot noir barrique, imparting rich red fruit and subtly drying spice notes.
Signal Hill: A brilliant blended Canadian whisky, Signal Hill brings together Canadian corn and barley. The former is double-distilled through a two-column still for a lighter, gently sweet spirit, while the latter is pot-distilled, bringing a bready, nuttier depth to the whisky.