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By the Dram (30 ml): Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique
By the Dram (30 ml): Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique
By the Dram (30 ml): Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique
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By the Dram (30 ml): Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique

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Kavalan (Original Bottling)
Regular price
$35.00
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$35.00
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Over 25% discount if you mix and match this with 2, 3 or 4 other drams in your cart.

 

Flavour Profile: Fruity and Spicy

“The Taiwanese do it better than the Scots these days”, commented Chuck Rhoades from the hit series Billions (played brilliantly by Paul Giamatti). And what do we have in the foreground of the scene? None other than Kavalan's crowning malt, the Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique.

Kavalan’s Solist Vinho Barrique and it has never ceases to amaze in that it is as far from Scotch as you could go. It truly is World Whisky. The Solist Vinho Barrique is a complex yet intense malt – the liquified embodiment of Mozart’s symphonies.

On the one hand, the sweeter jam notes are deep, providing a really likeable foundation, and then the peppery tartness livens things up by intensifying the pace, almost a briskness to it. Yet on the whole, it remains very structured and holds up well on the palate and is smooth and creamy, really easy to drink.

For full review and tasting notes, click here.

 

Bottle Stats 

Distillery: Kavalan

Brand: Kavalan

Region: Yilan County, Taiwan

Status: Active

Distributor: Original Bottling (OB)

Classification: Malt Whiskey

Style: Single Malt

Cask: American Oak Wine Barrels (STR)

Age: NAS

Abv: 56.3%

 

*Bottle images are for illustration purposes only. Upon purchase, you will receive a 30 ml sample of this alcohol in a standard bottle.

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