Grain, Grape, Cane


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  • Age:
    11 years, Vintage 2004, 12 years
  • Region:
    Speyside, Bas Armagnac, Nicaragua
  • Cask:
    Refill hogshead, Armagnac barrel, Refill barrel


At The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, we have been traveling the world in search of the most profound spirits. We began our journey at home – in Scotland, uncovering extraordinarily unique single cask whiskies from Speyside to the Highlands to the wonderful islands drifting in the sea. In recent years, our journey has expanded. And while approximately 95% of our spirits are still Scotch whisky, we’ve recently begun exploring the worlds of Armagnac and rum. 

There are, of course, many differences between these spirits from where they are produced to how they are bottled but the key difference is the fundamental ingredient that serves as the backbone of the entire spirit; grain, grapes and sugar cane. Explore the nuances amongst these noble spirits in a 'compare and contrast' flight that is certain to broaden your taste experience and excite the senses!


Cask No. 55.50 - Biscuit bites
Date distilled: August 2006
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 11 years
Alcohol: 57.9%
Region: Speyside Findhorn

Armagnac Cask No. A4.3 - A slice of Gascony
Classification: Vintage 2004
Cask Type: Armagnac barrel
Grape Variety: Baco
ABV: 47.3%
Region: Bas Armagnac

RumCask No. R8.4 - Campfire in Nicaragua
Date distilled: December 2004
Cask: Refill barrel
Age: 12 years
Alcohol: 57.5%
Region: Nicaragua