Friday, August 26, 2016

Kavalan Whisky from Taiwan

We are proud to offer these rare whiskies from Taiwan 

Kavalan ex-Bourbon Oak Whisky....$109.99
Matured in hand selected first fill American ex-Bourbon barrels.  Fresh honey and vanilla are the main characteristics of this unique Taiwanese Whisky.

Kavalan Sherry Oak Whisky....$129.99
Matured in hand selected top quality Spanish oloroso sherry casks.   Dried fruits and raisin are teh main characteristics of this unique Taiwanese whisky

Kavalan Classic Whisky...$73.99
43% ABV
Kavalan Classic was the first whisky produced by the distillery and expresses the quality and the character of the brand. It is strongly influenced by the cool air of the north-east of the island of Taiwan and the pure water of Snow Mountain. Kavalan Classic consists of mainly refill barrels, ex-bourbon barrels, and a small percentage of sherry barrels.

Kavalan Concertmaster Whisky Port Cask Finished...$79.99
43% ABV
Kavalan Concertmaster uses Portuguese ruby, tawny and vintage port wine casks, complimenting Kavalan’s distinctive flavor profile to compose a harmonic symphony. Kavalan Concertmaster, single malt whisky is first matured in specially selected American oak casks and then finished in port barriques for one year.

Kavalan Whisky Fino Sherry Cask...$349.99
Cask Strength
57% ABV

473 bottles made
Spanish for "Fine", is the driest and most pale of all varieteis of traditional sherry wine.  It is best drunk comparatively young.  Traditional Fino wine is usually non-sweet and is best consumed shortly after the bottle is opened in order to avoid losing its flavour.  Kavalan's Fino, however, provides mild sweetness that excited the palate.  Solist Fino was matured in top Fino Sherry butts that were used for the wine making.

Every cask is specially selected by the master blender for its distinct character and fine distillery quality.  Each bottle is individually hand bottled and labeled for your unique sampling pleasure.
100 Points IRSC (International Review of Spirits Competition)
Platinum Medal

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