Jim Beam Black, the 'triple-aged' statement refers not to three different types of cask (as that would not be allowed under bourbon regulations) but to the 6 year old age statement, which is three times the minimum maturation period for straight bourbon.
Possessing the greatest name in American whiskey, aged for six long years and bottled at a no-nonsense 103 US proof with an extra kick provided by the substituition of rye for wheat in the mash. What's not to like?
A 1999 vintage Bowmore, bottled at 6 years of age and released for Feis Ile in 2006. Malt Maniac Serge Valentin commented it has notes of salmiakki (the fantastic salted liquorice you get in Scandinavia) and lemon marmalade with an undertone of peat.
An incredibly rare 1960s Glencadam 6yo Special Reserve in excellent condition for its age. A really beautiful bottle with a springcap, this is a fantastically well-preserved piece with a perfect level.