The Speysider


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  • Age:
    23 years, 16 years, 10 years
  • Region:
    Speyside: Lossie, Deveron, Spey
  • Cask:
    Refill hogshead, Second-fill Sauternes hogshead, First-fill barrel


Take a tasting tour through Speyside with this trio of exceptional malts! The Speysider transports you to the villages of Elgin, Keith and Cromdale, offering three distinct ages and cask protocols to quench your thirst for the region’s riches. Cask 46.45 A two-way street hails from Elgin and transmits the grassy and floral nature of the village. Its supreme age has added more confection and spice making it an elegant dessert dram. Cask 73.79 ‘Hopped Up!’ begets the oaky spiciness that is the hallmark of distilleries near the Isla River but not so much of Deveron at large. Deveron’s malts are varied ones, with distillery 73 offering the most aperitif-worthy style. Its additional maturation in a second-fill Sauternes hogshead has increased complexity but done little to mellow this vibrant dram. Cask 48.74 Coffee kisses and lucky tatties offers an expression that splits the difference of the aforementioned perfectly. Sweet and savoury spice will pair well with a bounty of Fall fare and provide a luscious lens into the Spey character. This liquid journey is certain to please the palate!


Spicy & sweetCask No. 46.45 A two-way street
Date distilled: November 1992
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 23 years
Alcohol: 52.7%
Region: Speyside Lossie

Spicy & dry Cask No. 73.79 - 'Hopped-Up!'
Date distilled: June 2000
Cask: Second-fill Sauternes hogshead
Age: 16 years
Alcohol: 56.5%
Region: Speyside Deveron

Spicy & sweetCask No. 48.74 - Coffee kisses and lucky tatties
Date distilled: March 2005
Cask: First-fill barrel
Age: 10 years
Alcohol: 57.8%
Region: Speyside Spey