Is Balvenie Doublewood 17 discontinued?

Is Balvenie Doublewood 17 discontinued?

The Speyside single malt will be discontinued, so those that love it should stock up now. Announced during this year’s virtual Spirit of Speyside, The Balvenie team explained that the Doublewood 17 Year Old would be discounted, but urged fans to keep an eye out for what would replace it.

Is Balvenie 17 a doublewood?

Balvenie’s 17 YO Doublewood is matured primarily in ex-bourbon casks for a minimum of 17 years and then further finished in ex-sherry European casks; the expression was introduced to celebrate David’s 50 year stint at Balvenie and possibly the reason why the bottle and much of its labelling stands apart from the rest …

Is Balvenie a collectible?

Balvenie. No longer in the shadow of Glenfiddich, the ingenuity of David Stewart’s creations in the marrying tuns over the last decade have transformed its collectible status.

Is Balvenie a good Whisky?

It is a great Scotch, especially for the price point, and a great Scotch for people just getting their palates acquainted with Scotch. It is aged for about ten years in bourbon casks, and finished for two years in sherry casks.

Is Balvenie a Scotch?

Established in Speyside, Scotland by William Grant in 1892 and still run by the William Grant family, The Balvenie prides itself on being the most handcrafted Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

How many rare crafts are involved in production of Balvenie?

The Balvenie is dedicated to the five rare crafts that are used to create The Balvenie’s distinctive taste. It is the only distillery that still grows its own barley, uses traditional floor maltings and keeps both coppersmiths and coopers on site – making The Balvenie the most handcrafted single malts.

Is Ardbeg collectable?

Bottlings linked to Feis Ile (the Islay Whisky Festival) and the Ardbeg Committee are popular and very collectable.

Is Balvenie Scotch good?