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2021 Maturation Warehouse Casks: 2004 Manzanilla 16 Year Whisky

ABV 56.5%
Category Distillery Exclusive Whisky
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This hand-filled cask strength whisky has spent 16 years maturing in 2004 Manzanilla casks in our coastal warehouses. The result is a rich, oily, sweet dram, with lots of caramel, honeycomb, and cinnamon soft spice notes.
£ 150.00
2021 Maturation Warehouse Casks: 2004 Manzanilla 16 Year Whisky
£ 150.00

Cask Number 553

Age: 16 Years

ABV: Cask Strength @ 56.5%

Our hand filled warehouse whiskies:

These are single cask bottlings, limited in number, selected by our Master Blender and our visitor team. Once the cask is emptied, it is unfortunately never to be repeated.

Please note, this whisky is hand filled by our visitor team straight from the cask.  As the whisky is not filtered, you might find particles in the liquid, which are entirely natural from the whisky maturation process and the cask, e.g. pieces of charcoal from the charring of the cask.   

The whisky is sold as is and no refunds will be given as a result of this process.  In addition, we will not be responsible should the whisky be held in customs. 

Tasting Notes


Rich Straw Gold


Delicate balance of rich clotted cream, toffee and caramel but also an aromatic note of pear drops and soft chamomile


Rich oily sweetness, lots of caramels and honeycomb, and cinnamon soft spices


Lingering sweet notes, replaced by a dry star anise/liquorice which gives way to a distinct clean note of brine and coastal aromas at the back of the tongue

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