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For a Scottish made whisky to be called “Scotch” it has to age in oak casks for at least three years. This allows the whisky to interact with the casks and draw flavours, as well as colour, out of the wood. The higher quality of cask and longer storage time, the more flavour it can pick up. 

Because Ballantine’s has been making whisky for so long, they have some of the world’s most impressive stocks of aged scotch, meaning they can have blends aged for over thirty or forty years.

Once bottled, the maturation stops. So there’s no point keeping it in a wine cellar for years and years, it’s there to be had and enjoyed.
  • Ballantine's 21 Year Old Very Old Blended Whisky 70cl, 40% ABV Whisky Old and Rare Whisky
    £159.99

    Ballantine's 21 Year Old Very Old Blended Whisky 70cl, 40% ABV

    Save 10% with code TAKE10
    Save 10% with code TAKE10
    Old and Rare Whisky

    A refined and elegant entry in Ballantine's range of blends, introduced in 1993 and relying on a core of malts from Miltonduff and Glenburgie.

    £159.99