1991 Cragganmore 20 Year Old Faultline Single Barrel Cask Strength Single Malt Whisky 750ml

SKU #1080705

Our goal when we first envisioned Faultline was to create a world class brand that bottled only world class spirits. Most retail bottlings focus on the lowest common denominator, how can we get the most saleable product for the absolute lowest price possible? Usually, that means sacrificing quality just so that you can have a big name on the label. Here at K&L's spirits department, we've decided to use a different tactic. We seek out the absolute finest products and bring them to you at the lowest possible price. These are spirits that suppliers normally would not part with for a brand other than their own. We use our incredible persuasiveness and handsome good looks to convince these revered suppliers to part with some of their best stock for no other reason that they love us! The Cragganmore 20 is $100 less per bottle than the official distillery 21 year and far better, in our opinion. Soft vanilla, bright stone fruit, gentle grains and beautiful balance. Fans of Bladnoch or other Lowland malts will be pleased, while old school Highland fans will still recognize the heather and fruit. Only 196 bottles produced, so it won't be here long. (David Othenin-Girard, K&L Spirits buyer)

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 By: Richard Sather |  Review Date: 6/6/2012 
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This is a persistently friendly buddy. At first you're suspicious,then, won over
by the warmth. It doesn't overwhelm you with explosive personality(Bladnoch 18)but shows itself as an amiable companion. Great Speyside malt!

 By: Easterner |  Review Date: 5/15/2012 
My first sip, my first thought was "disappointment". It tasted like Johnny Walker. But the finish was incredibly long. So I took another. And was less disappointed. There's a lot going on here, it's just subtle and requires some focus and concentration. Buy and enjoy and discuss with friends. Just don't let your first impression ruin a perfectly good whisky.

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Varietal:

Malt

Country:

Scotland

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Alcohol Content (%): 49.9