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Fettercairn | Warehouse 2 | Batch No. 3 | 50.6%

Fettercairn | Warehouse 2 | Batch No. 3 | 50.6%

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The Fettercairn Warehouse 2 Batch No. limited to just 9,600 bottles. 003 was distilled in 2015 and matured in a selection of handpicked ex-bourbon casks (57%), rum casks (16%) and French red wine casks (27%).

This unique combination of casks has been carefully selected from the treasury of Warehouse 2, where the high humidity combined with the relatively cool and temperate environment puts its stamp on the maturing spirit.

Fettercairn Warehouse 2 Batch No. 003 showcases the distillery's tropical house style, derived from the signature copper plunger ring distillation process, with an added flair of smooth, sweet spiciness.

The whiskey has been bottled at a higher alcohol content of 50.6% ABV to emphasize the heavier influence of the French red wine casks and give the final spirit real depth and the base notes of Fettercairn's well-known tropical characteristics.

Warm honey, Alphonso mango, brioche, cocoa, subtle forest fruits and a hint of rose water.
Passion fruit, papaya, red berries and grape must harmonize with sugared almonds, patisserie spices and heather honey.
Long and warm finish.
Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Scotland
Region Highlands
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 50.6%-vol
Age Without age statement
Bottling Date 2022
Number of Bottles 9600
Batch 3
Cask Type Bourbon, Rum, Wine
Peat not smoky | unpeated
Filtration not chill filtered | non-chill filtered
Colouring without dyes | non colored
Distillery Fettercairn Distillery, Distillery Rd, Fettercairn, Laurencekirk AB30 1YB, Scotland, United Kingdom
Bottler Original bottling
  • Fettercairn - Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Fettercairn ist eine Whisky-Destillerie in Fettercairn. Der Name der Stadt Fettercairn, die unter den Ausläufern des Grampian-Gebirges im Howe of Mearns liegt, leitet sich von der Redewendung "the foot of the mountain" ab.

    Die Fettercairn Distillery wurde 1824 von Alexander Ramsay, dem Besitzer des Fasque-Anwesens, gegründet, der eine Getreidemühle in Nethermill in eine Destillerie umwandelte.

    Nachdem er sein Vermögen verloren hatte, war Alexander gezwungen, das Anwesen 1829 an die Familie Gladstone zu verkaufen. John Gladstones Sohn William Gladstone wurde später Premierminister und Schatzkanzler und war maßgeblich an der Verabschiedung verschiedener Reformen zur Besteuerung von Whisky beteiligt.

    1973 erwarb Whyte & Mackay die Fettercairn-Brennerei, die seither im Besitz des Unternehmens ist.

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