An ever-increasing number of Scotland's distilleries do not, or no longer, allow independent bottlers to print their names on the labels. Thus was born the idea of the intergalactic series, with planets and stars, comets and nebulae, solar systems and other celestial bodies standing in for various distilleries. In the meantime, many whisky lovers are talking, puzzling and discussing in forums, social networks and at trade fairs which distillery is hidden behind which name. The "Code", which contains a whole lot of information, offers help.
The Eris I matured for 14 years or 177 months in a 1st Fill Rioja Wine Cask and was bottled in strong cask strength with 54.2% vol. The independent bottler 'Scotch Universe' does not directly disclose the name of the distillery in its bottlings, but encourages the connoisseur to go in search of the hidden distillery himself, but gives very helpful hints. The distillery hidden in the ERIS I comes from the Scottish Speyside and was founded in 1897.
Aroma: Voluminous and fruity with dark grapes. Heavy, progressively sweeter with forest fruit compote.
Taste: Round, soft and fruity. Lots of heavy red wine is complemented by some shortbread and a little cane sugar. Towards the end the mouth dries out, the alcohol content is almost imperceptible.
Finish: very fruity. Heavy red wine again and a dry cane sugar sweetness.
The Eris I matured for 14 years or 177 months in a 1st Fill Rioja Wine Cask and was bottled in stron..
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