This latest outturn from the North Yorkshire based independent bottler, is comprised of five single malt whiskies, aged from between 7 and 24 years of age.
|Claxton's Spring 2019 outturn|
The Claxton’s Spring 2019 outturn:
Tobermory 1994: 24 Year Old - sherry butt (55.3% ABV)
Loch Lomond 2005: 13 Year Old - hogshead (57.5% ABV)
Longmorn 2008: 10 Year Old - bourbon barrel (52.8% ABV)
Miltonduff 2008: 10 Year Old - 1st fill bourbon barrel (55.8% ABV)
Caol Ila 2012: 7 Year Old - refill hogshead (60% ABV)
As with all Claxton’s single cask releases, each bottling is available in very limited numbers.
Claxton’s Spring 2019 outturn, will be available globally later this month, from specialist retailers. (RRP’s tbc).
Posted by Steve Rush