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Uncharted Whisky Co. Brothers in Arms- 14yo Auchroisk Single Malt Whisky - Palo Cortado Sherry Cask (70cl, 55.0%)

Uncharted Whisky Co. Brothers in Arms- 14yo Auchroisk Single Malt Whisky - Palo Cortado Sherry Cask (70cl, 55.0%)

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Auchroisk is a completely un-peated Speyside whisky famous for producing a stunning single malt. The bulk of this liquid has historically been the heart of some pretty famous blends. However, we are pleased to say that some of this really lovely distillate does find it’s way to the independent whisky world and we can create some pretty marvellous indy whisky with it. This is a part of the job which we love- taking great spirits, matching them with hand selected maturation wood, and showing off a distillery character often lost to blending and chill-filtration.

This spirit has had a super interesting maturation period that begs to be experienced…

Having been distilled in January of 2009,  this cask was matured in ex-bourbon wood (surprise surprise…) before Uncharted Whisky got it. Having sampled the spirit, it was clear that the distillate was excellent but the wood needed an upgrade. The Auchroisk single malt was then transferred into two beautiful ex-Palo Cortado sherry casks, one small cask- a quarter cask- and one very small cask- a firkin (please cue the bad pun about how firkin good it tastes). These casks not only held Palo Cortado sherry previously (a rare, dry and refined sherry style) but also previously held mature Benrinnes single malt. Sounds delish eh?

The mosaic of additive maturation from the bourbon wood, from the Benrinnes spirit and the Palo Cortado sherry seasoned wood has come together beautifully with the canvas that the Auchroisk distillate offers. The result is a beautiful bread and butter pudding dram with a lot fruit.

Bottled at cask strength of 55% abv at 14 years old, you’d be mad to miss this vatting of the two Brothers In Arms casks.


A whole box of spices, sandalwood and honey mix with lighter aromas of pineapple and maybe Lipton Peach Ice tea.


A rich and rounded dram, spotted dick cake, hazelnuts, raisin bread, butterscotch and orange gummies.


The sweet breadiness fades slowly leaving vanilla, oak and a touch of cloves in it’s wake.

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