Chapter 7 Sherry Matured 13 Year Old Single Cask

70cl

This is a superb single malt from a single sherry cask (number 10836). Bottled by Chapter 7 who are independent bottlers based in Switzerland. The entire 13 years of maturation were spent in a sherry cask and this has given the whiskey a very dark colour. Just 293 bottles were released. 

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New In Chapter 7 Sherry Matured 13 Year Old Single Cask

This is a superb single malt from a single sherry cask (number 10836). Bottled by Chapter 7 who are independent bottlers based in Switzerland. The entire 13 years of maturation were spent in a sherry cask and this has given the whiskey a very dark colour. Just 293 bottles were released. 

Fact Sheet
Fluid 70cl
Number Of Bottles Released 293
Alcohol % 59.5%
Types of Barrel used for Aging A single sherry cask
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Serge Valentin, whiskyfun.com Colour: dark gold. Nose: sherry works on these spirits, and do add what some call dimension. In this case it’s chocolate and roasted chestnuts and hazelnuts, as well as a feeling of café latte not-from-Starbucks. There’s also some cured ham, as often, plus something pretty unusual in sherried un-peaters: smoked fish. Plus the usual Seville oranges and all the cocoa, as well as whiffs of nail polish remover but that’s probably the very high strength. With water: touches of gunpowder and struck matches, not a problem at all. Mouth (neat): did the sherry offset the Irishness? Not quite, this remained fruity and fresh, and even a wee tad girly, in a good way. More Haribo stuff, and marshmallows, with more blackberry and cassis-flavoured ones than usual, and then some sweet and spicy wood, around cinnamon and cedar wood. With water: works. Oranges, a little rosemary and other Provence herbs, and a little juniper and caraway. Finish: quite long, excellent, the sherry really added something…. Comments: even if it may have made this baby lose a bit of freshness. SGP:651 – 87 points.