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Glencadam 17 Year Old 2006 Reserva PX Sherry Quarter Cask Finish

46% | 70cl | Highland | NCF

This Glencadam Reserva PX has been specially created by its Master Distiller, using single malt distilled in 2006, which was initially matured in exceptional ex-bourbon American oak casks.

The single malt in these casks has been expertly married then finished in the finest Pedro Ximénez Sherry quarter casks from Andalucia, Spain.  These PX Sherry casks impart unique flavours, which give depth and complexity to the Glencadam Single Malt. A must-try for sherried whisy lovers.

NOSE: Indulgent aromas of sticky toffee pudding, black cherries, salted caramel and maple syrup mingled with dark berry fruits and cocoa powder.

PALATE: Rich layers of Black Forest gateaux, blackcurrant liquorice, cappuccino and créme caramel married with dates, prunes and sweet spices.

FINISH: Chocolate cherry liqueurs, frangipane tarts and golden raisins fading into espresso coffee and cosy cake spices.


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Since 2003, the distillery has been owned by Angus Dundee Distillers Plc who for the first time in its history, bottled Glencadam Highland malt commercially as a 15 years old expression in 2005. The distillery is capable of producing around 1.5 million litres per year and has a storage capacity of approximately 20,000 casks. Plans are under way to increase capacity for storage in the vicinity of the town. The distillery holds stocks of quality whisky up to 30 years old.

Glencadam has operated two pot stills since the beginning. The shape of the stills at Glencadam has never altered over the years. An unusual feature about the stills is that their lye pipes run upwards at an angle of 15 degrees rather than downwards. The belief is that this helps to produce a particularly delicate and mellow spirit which after maturation yields sweet and fruity notes in the final product.

The essential supply of pure water for distilling depends on Glencadam’s long-held rights to springs at The Moorans, some 8.7 miles away and perhaps the longest water supply for distilling purposes of any Scottish distillery. This precious resource then flows through the Unthank hills on its way to the distillery. The distillery also has rights to draw water from Barry Burn for cooling purposes.

Weight1 kg