bottlers note: color: deep golden brown.
Aroma: Strong dark wood and malted barley.
Taste: Full-bodied malty aromatic, complex flavors vanilla and hay reminiscent of.
In the aftertaste long and intense, spicy malted notes
Maturation: Barrels made of new American White Oak, additional barrels, where previously Sherry, port or Sauternes was stored them in part as finishes.
Special feature: multi vintage bottling non chill-filtered, natural colour, limited edition.
"Fifty-one refers to the alcohol content of this whisky. Is a single malt blend of several barrels, including gefinishteVarianten. This Slyrs is the big brother of our classic single malts by its strong, multi-layered nature"is available on the packaging. And who could justify better the quality, the claim and the price, as the manufacturers themselves?
"The maturation of the fresh distillate is initially done in new American White Oak, with a volume of 225 litres. We additionally use barrels, where previously Sherry, port or Sauternes was stored for the fifty-one. The fifty-one is a very special blend of the Slyrs range. Fifty-one refers to the alcoholic strength by volume of whisky. This composition is the big brother of our classic single malts by its strong, multi-layered nature. After the maturation in the upper Bavarian mountain climate setting cask strength is Distilation (51%) with mountain spring water. "Our Slyrs Bavarian single malt whisky fifty-one is dyed, nor cold filtered."
"The secret"composition"was from varying lengths stored Slyrs single malt whisky casks put together and gets its name because the full 51% vol." Alcohol content. The addition of finished varieties from high-quality barrels, where previously Sherry, port or Sauternes was stored, completed the unique Slyrs fifty one to a very special cuvée. ... In the smell, the strong note is clearly visible after dark wood and malted barley. The taste is intense malty aromatic and has a complex aroma, which reminds of vanilla and hay. The long and intense aftertaste is pleasantly spicy malted notes and guarantees a delicious, full taste experience for every connoisseur."
An interesting information comes from the press release: "in their editions, the team uses the Slyrs distillery sustainably on authentic production: the best port wine cellars of the Douro Valley and the leading Bodega in Jerez deliver up to 50 years old, valuable barrels, in which the limited editions of Slyrs whisky mature." Up to 50-year-old barrels and not conditioned casks, grade once half a year containing sherry or port. Strange that the great Beuder of the otherwise classic three-year-old Slyrs must hide his age.