A fabulous bottling of an increasingly popular distillery – this time from an ever-reliable indie bottler, Hunter Laing, for their Old Malt Cask range. This is a Tormore of admirable vintage, 28 years old, distilled in 1988 and living in a sherry butt. Only 391 bottles were released.
Always popular on the indie circuit, this particular Linkwood was distilled in 1996 then matured in an ex-bourbon hogshead for 21 years. Bottled in January 2018 as part of Càrn Mòr’s Celebration of the Cask, only 108 made the cut.
You really don’t see much indie Mannochmore on the market - so enjoy! This was distilled in June 1990, matured in a single bourbon barrel before being bottled as part of Càrn Mòr’s Celebration of the Cask series in January 2018. Only 216 bottles were released.
Bottled as part of Càrn Mòr's Celebration of the Cask range, this Glen Keith has reached a splendid age of 28 years. It was distilled in 1988, and has spent its life in an ex-bourbon barrel before being bottled just over the line at 40.1% ABV.
Released as part of Càrn Mòr’s Celebration of the cask range, this BenRiach whisky was distilled in March 1990, and matured in a hogshead for 27 years. 256 bottles were released at 49.8% ABV in January 2018.
Murray McDavid's Mission Gold range puts out some fabulously interesting and quirky whiskies, and this is no different. Distilled at Benrinnes distillery in 1988, it was matured in a bourbon hogshead for most of its 28 years. But Murray McDavid, known for their finishing, moved it into a...
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