Strathearn’s very first whisky cask, which was emptied this week, after the first 100 bottles of whisky from the distillery were auctioned off, with bids that went up to £4,150, was filled with golden rum and will now be aged for up to six months in the small octave (50 litre) whisky cask.
|Strathearn Distillery takes orders for its whisky cask matured rum|
Strathearn, which is one of Scotland’s smallest distilleries, has become well known for its range of craft gins and has benefited from the gin revival in Scotland, which has provided them with the flexibility to sell product and to experiment with different spirits as well as mature small batches of single malt whisky.
Commenting on the news, Tony Reeman-Clark, Founder of Strathearn Distillery, said: “We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Cask Strength Rum, especially as it is into our first single malt cask - yet another first for us here at Strathearn. As a team, we are passionate about creating unique and pioneering spirits that will help put Scotland on the map in terms of innovation and diversification. We like to give our loyal followers the first chance to get their hands on our latest releases so we thought the fairest way to do this was to give people the chance to reserve this unique spirit, that we hope will be well-received here in Scotland.”
The first 80 bottles of Strathearn Scottish Cask Strength Rum, can now be reserved for £50.00 per bottle via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Steve Rush