Moving on from the previous Alpha bottling, this time round comes 'Cipher'. Another mysterious release from The Glenlivet with no producer tasting notes, and no cask information. You are invited by Master Distiller Allan Winchester to decipher this single malt.
Fancy a mental challenge with your dram? That's the aim behind Glenlivet's Code, a limited edition that encourages people to approach their whiskies without preconceptions. There's a code on the back of the box that you can use to see if you can decipher itsflavour profile.
Ooh, a whisky from a closed distillery here. It's from a single cask too! This 20-year-old single malt from Imperial was aged in a sherry cask from 1995 to 2015 before it was bottled for The Duncan Taylor Single range. Cask 515463 managed to fill just 135 bottles.
Rare Cask Black is a mysteriously peaty expression from The Macallan distillery. The whisky is drawn from casks that have been stored in the dark Speyside-based warehouse for many years untouched. A rarity to see a smoky expression from this distillery.
Matured in a refill hogshead from 1980 to December 2014, this whisky was bottled for The Family Casks range as part of the Spring 2015 releases. This whisky is from cask number 1411, which filled just 260 bottles presented at 48% ABV.
A heavily sherried 1961 vintage Glenfarclas from their fabulous Family Cask range. Distilled in 1961 this whisky has spent a lifetime in a single sherry hogshead until July 2013, when it was bottled at 48% ABV. Only 131 of these superbly rich, fruity Speyside single malts were bottled.
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