Press Release – New single cask collection from Wemyss Malts

Wemyss Malts have started 2017 by releasing a selection of new single cask whiskies ranging from 14 to 28 years old. Nosed, tasted and selected by whisky writer Charlie Maclean, each bottling has a descriptive name illustrating the whisky’s character and has been bottled without chill filtration and at their natural colour.

The full single cask list of the initial 2017 release comprises:

“The Ship’s Decanter” a (24YO) single cask from Bunnahabhain distillery, bottled cask strength at 45.6%

“Scallop Divers Dram” a (28YO) single cask from Bunnahabhain distillery, bottled at 46%

“Peppered Biltong” a (20YO) single cask from Clynelish distillery, bottled at 46%

“Mango Anise Sorbet” a (21YO) single cask from Braeval distillery, bottled at 46.0%

“Spiced Apple Strudel” a (14YO) single cask from Craigellachie distillery, 70cl bottled at 46.0%

“Apple Syllabub” a (26YO) single cask from Bladnoch distillery, bottled at 46%

“Tiramisu Layers” a (19YO) single cask from Invergordon grain distillery, bottled at 46%

“Hedgerow Berries” a (20YO) single cask from Glenrothes distillery bottles at 46.0%

Each cask is limited to only a few hundred bottles with suggested retail prices ranging from £70 to £270.

* Full disclosure: I have, in the past, done event work for Wemyss Malts which is why I don’t feel it’s appropriate to review them *

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