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Finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. PX sherry finishing always results in huge flavors, and this whisky is no exception. Rich on the nose, notes of coffee, dark red wine, and roasted nuts immediately dominate an aromatic profile that is almost hoary with weight. The palate is equally rich, with bold coffee and cola notes, along with some chocolate. I get a hint of rose petals as the whisky opens up in the glass, which is an odd little shift. The finish is enduring but sharp and a bit tight, showing fortified wine notes and plenty more of that classic PX character. One to really pore over as it slowly reveals its charms.


The company has now announced a new four-stage aging process, termed a “double double.” The four-step process begins with the conventional aging of malt and grain whiskeys in separate oak casks. The grain whiskeys are then blended together and allowed to marry while they are being aged for a second time in neutral (or exhausted) oak casks. The malt whiskeys undergo an identical process. In the third step, the grain and malt whiskeys are mixed together into the final blend and then aged again for a third time in neutral oak casks. They typical aging during the second and third steps is usually for six months, although the final decision is left to the discretion of the master blender. Following the third stage, the blended whiskey undergoes a fourth and final finishing in sherry casks for up to a year. The process creates an exceptionally smooth and complex whiskey.

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