lovers' go-to choices when it comes to sipping a distinctly fruity whisky at a private dinner party. The Balvenie's chief bartender David Stewart selected Oloroso sherry casks for the first time, and the Balvenie's 12-year-old double cask single malt whisky, which has been aged for 9 months, has been sold for nearly 30 years since 1993. For the Balvenie's most classic wine. In addition, The Balvenie Distillery has launched the second barrel-aged wine in its history: The Balvenie’s 21-year-old PortWood Whiskey, which has been aged for a long time and has a deep flavor.
It is also one of the personal favorites of head bartender phone database David Stewart. First-of-its-kind barrel-passing process gives The Balvenie Whiskey a more varied layer of sweet honey flavour With picture warning_2 Photo Credit: The Balvenie Finally, after a comprehensive analysis of the mainstream flavors in the whisky market, fruity, honey, smoky and floral are the four favorite flavors of Taiwanese people. However, if you want to taste these four flavors, you can experience the brand's classic sweet honey flavor through the first barrel-passing process pioneered by The Balvenie.
If you want to experience the fruity aroma of tropical fruits, you can choose The Balvenie 14 Years Caribbean Lamb Cask Single Malt Whiskey. The golden liquor from the Caribbean Rum barrels first brings the aroma of tropical fruits, tropical spices and toffee, and then brings out the sweetness of vanilla and oak barrels. The taste is thick and round, and the aftertaste is soft and long. If you like smoky peat flavors, The Balvenie Story Series 14 Year Old Peat Week Whiskey is a good choice. The mild smoky peat blends with delicate creamy honey notes and elegant floral notes, and you can feel a little bit when you drink it. Citrus and oak notes, velvety smooth and full on the palate, and a layered change in the finish that brings out the fruity aroma, how can it not be unforgettable.