|Product Name||Price||Alcohol content||Country of origin||Liquor category|
|the balvenie doublewood 17 years 750 ml||Ksh 21,500||43%||Scotland||whisky|
|the balvenie 750 ml||Ksh 8,500||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|the balvenie doublewood 12 years 750 ml||Ksh 10,500||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|the balvenie tripple cask 12 years 1 litre||Ksh 15,000||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|the balvenie portwood 21 years 750 ml||Ksh 25,000||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|the balvenie caribbean cask 14 years 750 ml||Ksh 10,000||43%||Caribbean||whisky|
|The Balvenie 25 Years Triple Cask 700 ml||Ksh 54,750||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|Balvenie 16 Years Tripple Cask 700 ml||Ksh 18,400||40%||Scotland||whisky|
|Balvenie 12 Years The Sweet Toast Of American Oak 700 ml||Ksh 19,650||43%||Scotland||whisky|
Balvenie is a popular Speyside single malt scotch whisky from Dufftown, Scotland. It is produced by William Grant & Sons, a family-owned distillery and the third largest Scotch producer, after Diageo and Pernod Ricard. William Grant founded Balvenie whiskey. Born in his father's house in Dufftown on 19 December 1839, William started working at a farm on the River Deveron upper reaches to herd cattle at the age of seven. He later became an apprentice to a shoemaker and worked as a clerk. In 1866, William took a job as a book-keeper at Mortlach distillery. He was then appointed as clerk and manager, and he set out to learn the art of distilling, which took him about twenty years of learning. After learning the distilling art, William Grant resigned from his job at the Mortlach distillery, bought a field near Balvenie Castle, and then drew up plans for his distillery. The foundation stone for William Grant distillery was laid in the autumn of 1886 and named after the neighboring castle - Balvenie.
William Grant & Sons had the services of the most experienced experts in the distilling industry, David Stewart, who became Balvenie's Malt Master. David Stewart is famous for being the first to create the process that would later be known as wood finishing, which results in greater depth and complexity of the final whisky flavor. The wood finishing process is where whiskey is matured in one type of cask, i.e., oak cask, and then transferred into a second cask type, i.e., sherry, rum, or port oak to complete the maturation process. Balvenie Grant & Sons were among the first distilleries to introduce a 'finished' single malt with Double Wood launched in 1993. First, it is matured in ex-Bourbon casks before being transferred in ex-Sherry cask for a short period of secondary maturation.
Balvenie is one of only seven Scotch distilleries to boast if their own in-house floor malting using locally hand-cut peat, which also supplies its neighbor Glenfiddich. Although the in-house floor matting is used in a small percentage, it is believed it highly contributes to the character of the Balvenie final product. It is also the only distillery that still practices all the five rare crafts onsite (growing barley, malting barley, onsite CopperSmith, and onsite Cooperage). Balvenie whisky is uniquely made in the traditional batch process to craft inspiring single malts. Balvenie whiskey brands are distinct, especially in how they are aged, i.e., Double wood and single barrel. The aging process Balvenie whiskey range gives it a distinct deliciousness that takes on very interesting notes from the aging casks. The art of crafting the best Balvenie whiskey brands is passed down to each generation of craftsmen to the next to maintain the distinct quality, delicious, and authentic Balvenie character.
Balvenie is one of the popular whiskey in the world, and Kenya is among the best-selling whisky. It has various awards on its name. It was the most significant victory at the 2006 International Spirits Challenge, where it won the greatest gold medal haul for any brand in any one year of that competition. Buy this award-winning whiskey online in Kenya on the 24-hour whiskey delivery shop in Nairobi. Dial drinks zone to place your order and we will deliver in minutes for free in Nairobi and its environs. We have a vast range of Balvenie plus the best Balivinie whiskey prices in Kenya, both wholesale and retail prices. Cheers!