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That Boutique-y Whisky Company Springbank Batch 2 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (500ml)
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- ABV 53.1%
That Boutique-y Whisky Company is a new generation bottler of single malt Scotch whisky, single grains, blended malts and blends, launched by UK-based fine spirits producer and retailer, Master of Malt.These folks hand select spirit from legendary distilleries and bottle it in extremely small batches. Each whisky comes adorned with an eye-catching, if quirky, comic book-style label featuring the great and the good from the whisky industry, as well as some rather good hidden jokes. Bottles are also individually numbered. The single malts in the range come without age statements. Cask regime is also not disclosed. The company declares that each batch depends entirely on the quality of, and how much whisky is received, and in some cases the whiskies in the bottle can vary in age by as much as thirty years. Outturn for each respective batch is anything between 200 - 800 bottles. The label for this Springbank edition of 450 bottles features a wonderful illustration of Neil and Joel from Caskstrength.net, operating the distillery's famous old Porteus Mill. Other reviews… Springbank Batch 2 has an outturn of 450 numbered bottles. Initially, overripe pineapples and dry hay on the oily nose, cut by a sprinkling of salt. Brittle toffee, and finally, hand-rolling tobacco. The palate is very fruity; more pineapple, plus peach, developing peat, plenty of spice, and more tobacco. The finish is relatively long and slightly herbal. 85 points
- www.maltadvocate.com, (Fall 2013) Reviewed by Gavin Smith