Whisky "Auchentoshan" Classic, gift box, 0.7 L
- Barrel aging:
Whiskey straw color with gold shimmer.
Whiskey has sweet taste with notes of vanilla cream, green apple peel and slight touch of mint. The finish is refreshing, with floral notes.
In whiskey rich aroma with notes of coconut and vanilla, complemented by hints of green apple and citrus fruits.
Whiskey beautiful in itself, and in addition to coffee.
Auchentoshan Classic Whiskey created by triple distillation, the average age of alcohol in the whiskey is 7-8 years old, they were kept in barrels from the American bourbon. This results in a beverage with a magnificent little sweet and delicate flavor, it is in the style of the distillery Ochentoshen. Its classic taste perfect for any occasion - from meeting with friends to a quiet secluded relaxation from the cares and worries of everyday life.
Ochentoshen distillery founded probably in 1800, but under the name of "Auchintoshan" she earned in 1834. Translated from the Gaelic meaning "corner of the field." The plant itself is located in the lowlands north of Glasgow, and the source of water consumed - Cochna Loch - located in the mountains. A feature of the plant is the use of triple-distilled, unlike conventional double. Some sources claim that Auchentoshan began its history thanks to the Irish immigrants who came here, who brought with them and the Irish custom of triple distillation. Damaged during the Second World War, the factory was purchased, restored and converted Eddie Cairns in 1969. At the same time, in accordance with the new rules of spelling, the plant was renamed and became known as "Auchentoshan". In 1984 the factory was bought by "Morrison Bowmore", which ten years later became a subsidiary of the Japanese corporation "Suntory". "Suntory", which already owned factories on the island of Islay Bowmore and Glen Garioch Highland, quickly withdrew "Ochentoshen" winners in creating a brand with a great reputation. The plant currently produces 1.65 million liters of alcohol per year.
Akentoshan Distillery was supposedly founded in 1800, but under the name "Auchentoshan", it has been operating since 1834. Translated from Gaelic, this means "corner of the field." The plant itself is located in the lowlands north of Glasgow, and the source of water consumed - Cochna Loch - is located in the mountains. A feature of the plant is the use of triple distillation, in contrast to the generally accepted double distillation. Some sources claim that Auchentoshan began its history thanks to the Irish immigrants who came here, who brought with them the Irish custom of triple distillation. Affected during World War II, the plant was acquired, rebuilt and refitted by Edie Cairns in 1969. Then, in accordance with the new spelling rules, the plant was renamed and became known as "Auchentoshan".
In 1984, the plant was bought by Morrison Bowmore, which ten years later became a subsidiary of the Japanese corporation Suntory. Suntory, which already owned Bowmore's Islay and Highland Glen Garioch factories, quickly brought Akentoshan to the win, creating a brand with a great reputation. Currently, the plant produces 1650 thousand liters of alcohol per year.