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The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 Year Old

The Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14 year old single malt whisky has been matured in traditional oak whisky casks for 14 years, and then ‘finished’ in casks that previously held Caribbean rum.

To create the ideal finish Malt Master David C. Stewart MBE filled American oak casks with his own blend of select West Indian rums.

When he judged the casks to be ready, the rum was replaced with the 14 year old spirit and the wood was put to work adding the final touches.


NOSE: Rich, sweet and creamy toffee on the nose combines with fresh fruit notes.

TASTE: Rounded with vanilla and sweet oak notes, with a fruity character that develops with time.

FINISH: Soft and lingering.

Selected Episodes : The Balvenie 14 Year Old Caribbean Cask

Episode 1: Madame Fan

Handcrafting Heritage: Madame Fan’s Chef Mike Tan On Pairing Cantonese Cuisine With Balvenie Whisky

Discover how chef Mike Tan draws on his ambition to pass down Cantonese cuisine to expertly hand make and accentuate his modern culinary creations with The Balvenie.

Episode 2: Garibaldi

Handcrafting Flavours: How Garibaldi’s Roberto Galetti Unites The Ingredients Of Italy With Whisky

Join one-MICHELIN-star Garibaldi founder and chef Roberto Galetti as he explores the parallels between his respect for ingredients and The Balvenie’s emphasis on heritage.

Episode 3: Braci

Handcrafting Inspirations: Mirko Febbrile Envisions Modern Italian Cuisine with Whisky Notes

Watch Mirko Febbrile of one-MICHELIN-star Braci as he envisions a new Italian cuisine based on authenticity and craftsmanship and its pairing with The Balvenie.

Episode 5: Burnt Ends

Handcrafting Technique: Dave Pynt Masters the Understanding of Wood-Fired Cooking at Burnt Ends

At One-MICHELIN-star Burnt Ends, Dave Pynt masters modern BBQ cuisine that pairs intuitively with The Balvenie whisky.

Episode 7: Thevar

Handcrafting Modernity: Mano Thevar Gives New Meaning to Indian Food

At MICHELIN-Starred Thevar, heritage flavours of Indian culture are bridged with modern culinary techniques. Together with The Balvenie, two dishes are paired with crafted whiskies to delight and surprise the palate.

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