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The Balvenie’s David Stewart - a lifetime of service and dedication.

I’m writing this on Mandela Day, which is commemorated in South Africa by people doing 67 minutes of service to the broader community – doing something for others. 835 more words

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Exclusive: Anthony Bourdain Talks Whisky, Origami & Benito Mussolini

Daniel Humm’s Eleven Madison Park was taken over earlier this afternoon for American Craft Council 2016 Rare Craft Fellowship Awards hosted by The Balvenie. The fourth annual iteration of awards, which seek to find the rarest and most dedicated craftsman in the country, were helmed this year by none other than chef turned author and television producer Anthony Bourdain, who serves as the face of the The Balvenie. 378 more words

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The Balvenie 17 year DoubleWood

A great thing to remember when diving into your whisky journey is that everyone’s palate is different and unique. I might like something and give it magnificent praise, while you might think that it’s the worst whisky you’ve ever had in a cup. 388 more words

Scotch Review

# 88 The Balvenie 12 Year Old Single Barrel

The Balvenie Distillery is located at Dufftown which is of course, pretty much situated in the heart of the Speyside region of Scotland. This is a Single Malt Distillery; but one which holds the distinction of being the only such distillery where every part of the process of making whisky takes place right at the distillery. 277 more words

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The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14-Year Old Single Malt Review

The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14-year-old single malt is one of the first Scotches I purchased.  I’ve heard good things about The Balvenie’s core range, and I find the process of “finishing” whisky interesting.   197 more words

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The Balvenie DoubleWood 12-Year-Old Single Malt Review

The Balvenie DoubleWood is a Speyside single malt whisky.  Aged 12 years, this whisky is matured in two different types of casks.  First it ages in a traditional oak whisky cask then it’s transferred to a first fill sherry cask.   204 more words

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