It always feels funny saying, "Oh look, a super interesting whisky from Compass Box!", because Compass Box is in the business of super interesting whiskies. But, here we are. Compass Box's Experimenta... Read more
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|Name||Compass Box Experimental Grain|
|Region||Other Scotch Whisky|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||46%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||04-08-2022|
It always feels funny saying, "Oh look, a super interesting whisky from Compass Box!", because Compass Box is in the business of super interesting whiskies. But, here we are. Compass Box's Experimental Grain is a super interesting expression created as the alter ego to Hedonism, its ultra creamy vatted grain whisky. Experimental Grain is intriguingly smoky, as it's built around a core of peated grain from Loch Lomond. Alongside this are whiskies from Cameronbridge and North British aged in recharred barrels and hogsheads, as well as a helping of Hedonism itself, further aged in cask. ~ Master of Malt
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Producer, bottler, and marketer of a distinctive selection of blended Scotch whiskies is Compass Box. Chiswick serves as the company's headquarters. American businessman and former Johnnie Walker marketing director John Glaser launched Compass Box Whisky in 2000. Jill Boyd and James Saxon are the blenders for Compass Box. The company's whiskymakers choose distillates from many of the existing Scotch whiskey distilleries, and the chosen whiskies are then combined and further aged.