(from left to right) Balvenie Caribbean Cask (14 years). Aged in traditional American oak and finished in Caribbean rum casks, this is probably the most interesting whiskey I’ve tasted so far. I could smell sweet vanilla, honey and rum. However, the taste was unexpectedly spicy with a strong flavor of nutmeg. Although it left me with a slightly tingling tongue, this whiskey did not have any burning sensation. It was an exciting ride! Balvenie DoubleWood (17 years). This is the “older” version of the DoubleWood from the beginning of the event. It was more delicate and smooth. Compared to the 12 years old, this one was less sweet as well. Balvenie Port Wood (21 years). Described as a marriage of rare Balvenie that is finished in vintage port pipes, this whiskey had a darker color and a deeper flavor. This was a very rich, full-bodied whisky. The mouthfeel was good. I especially loved the finish as it lingered in my mouth. I could imagine myself enjoying a glass of this whiskey in front of a fireplace after dinner. It was very soothing and satisfying.