70cl / 43%
38 Year Old Sherry Cask #2517 Signatory
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
A 38 year old Craigduff, an experimental peaty whisky distilled at Strathisla (although confusion has reigned in the past over whether it actually came from Glen Keith) for a short while and occasionally released by independents. This was matured in a refill sherry butt and bottled at a cask strength of 43%.
Craigduff 1973 Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
I believe that the longer the Cask strength whisky stays in the Cask,(in this case 38 yrs), the lower the % alcohol. I think you will find 8 and 10 year olds, for example,extremely potent.
oh yeah, could have thought of that myself. well that's a nice coincidence then :)
Anonymous: because it hasn't been reduced in ABV - its natural cask strength at bottling was 43%.
how can this be "Cask Strength Collection" when it is 43%??