Belgian Owl Single Malt Whisky

ALC 46%
  | Single Malt Whisky

3,880.00

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The only whisky which garnered consistent awards internationally since its creation, the Belgian Owl is a must-have for every special occasion. Caution: 46% Alcohol. It has been aged for 36 months into a first fill bourbon cask (American white oak – Quercus alba). This whiksy is made out of 100% Belgian barley that has been bought with a fair trade pricing system to help the local farmers. The distillation is made into the former Caperdonich pot stills from 1898 and this is non-chilled filtered.

Producer
The Owl Distilery
Country
Belgium
Alcohol content
46%
Type
Single Malt Whisky
Volume
50ml
Appearance
Natural colouring of the wood
Aroma
Roasted oak and toffee, conference pear, muscat, crystallised angelica and apple jam, vanilla pudding and ambeed banana
Taste
Spanish honey, vanilla and coconut ice cream, candied ginger, apples fried in butter and plum tart

Description

The only whisky which garnered consistent awards internationally since its creation, the Belgian Owl is a must-have for every special occasion. Caution: 46% Alcohol. It has been aged for 36 months into a first fill bourbon cask (American white oak – Quercus alba). This whiksy is made out of 100% Belgian barley that has been bought with a fair trade pricing system to help the local farmers. The distillation is made into the former Caperdonich pot stills from 1898 and this is non-chilled filtered.

Without any doubt, the key words here are freshness and precision. The delicate tones of roasted oak and toffee melt into the fruity signature of Belgian Owl: conference pear, muscat, crystallised angelica and apple jam. When the whisky further opens up in your glass, you’ll discover the aroma of vanilla pudding and ambeed banana.

Surprising thanks to the perfect balance of different aromas that the nose already brought to light and that develop further in the mouth: Spanish honey, vanilla and coconut ice cream, candied ginger, apples fried in butter and plum tart.

A long-nish that returns from the savours in the mouth to the pleasant taste of the malt distillate, leaving a fruity and woody echo of the Hesbaye region as its legacy.