Their latest batch of 12 single cask malt and grain whiskies, ranging from 14 to 27 years old in age, have been given descriptive names illustrating each whisky’s individual character, by the Wemyss tasting panel, under the watchful eye of industry aficionado Charlie Maclean.
|Wemyss launch their Autumn batch of single cask bottlings|
The full single cask list from Wemyss’s Autumn batch of releases:
Hickory Molasses Glaze - 2001 from Bunnahabhain (46% ABV)
Pear Crème - 1998 from Auchentoshan (46% ABV)
Ginger Glazed Gammon - 1998 from Mortlach (46% ABV)
Blossom Nectar - 1997 from Glenrothes (50.8% ABV)
Pomme Piquante - 1995 from Clynelish (46% ABV)
Oak for All Seasons - 1994 from Braes of Glenlivet (46% ABV)
Persian Anise – 1992 from Longmorn (46% ABV)
Frangipane Canapé - 1990 from Bladnoch (46% ABV)
Haven Trail - 1990 from Bunnahabhain (46% ABV)
Barbecue Mango Salsa - 1989 from Bowmore (46% ABV)
Cream of The Crop - 1989 from Glen Garioch (46% ABV)
Frosted Molasses - 1988 from Invergordon (46% ABV)
Commenting on the launch, William Wemyss, Founder and Managing Director at Wemyss Malts, said: “From the fruity Lowland pair “Frangipane Canapé” and “Pear Crème” to our rich and spicy “Frosted Molasses Tart” single grain, matured in an ex sherry Butt, our Autumn Harvest of single casks should comfort and fortify the whisky devotee as the days get shorter and the nights begin to creep in”.
The latest batch of Wemyss single cask releases, will be available next month from specialist retailers. Each cask is limited to only a few hundred bottles with RRP’s ranging from £70 to £270.
Posted by Steve Rush