This brilliant Ben Nevis 16 Year Old is a single cask whisky distilled at the famous Highland distillery in 2001 and matured in a bourbon cask before being bottled by Asta Morris for the Whisky Lovers Nagoya festival in 2018. It brings rich fruits, toffee apples, gentle zest and smoky heather on the nose and palate and the finish lingers with oak and malt. Only 200 bottles of this fine whisky were produced and you’re unlikely to find it anywhere else online.
Ben Nevis 16 Year Old (Asta Morris, 2001)
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