Friday, February 12, 2016


The Glasgow Distillery Company has announced the launch of the second release in its Prometheus single malt Scotch whisky series.

Prometheus 27 Year Old (47% ABV) is the follow up the brands inaugural 26 Year Old, which launched in 2015. This latest bottling is said to be a very rare single malt from Speyside, but as per its first release the exact distillery of origin remains a secret.

Prometheus 27 Year Old

The official launch will take place over a period of three weeks with an ambitious three continents launch starting at the end of this month. Prometheus 27 Year Old, will make its debut with distribution partner ‘A Wee Taste of Scotland’ at the Munich Whisky Festival on February 19th, then move onto Hong Kong for the Malt Masters Festival on February 27th, then finally to Las Vegas for the Universal Whisky Experience on March 4th.

Commenting on the launch, David Brown, Glasgow Distillery Company’s Commercial Director, said: “Following on from the success of Prometheus 26 Year Old we have had strong demand to release the 27 Year Old. With its bold new packaging this wonderfully aged Speyside single malt whisky is something we are very proud of. To launch on three continents in three weeks is ambitious for a relatively small distillery, but we felt it was the perfect way to reflect the confidence we have in our brands”.

Prometheus 27 Year Old, will be available in the spring from specialist retailers for a RRP of £549.00.

Posted by Steve Rush