The Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage Series, is comprised of 20 single cask, single malt Scotch whiskies, which have all been aged for at least 30 years.
|The Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage Series|
All 20 bottlings, which include a Tamdhu 30 Year Old, Ardmore 31 Year Old, Aultmore 37 Year Old, Benrinnes 40 Year Old and a Glenlossie 44 Year Old, have been bottled at natural cask strength and without artificial colouring or chill filtration.
The Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage Series bottlings, come presented in a dark green bottle and a specially crafted wooden clasp presentation box. The look is said to hark back to the original appearance of the Old and Rare “Platinum” range when it was first released at the turn of the millennium.
Commenting on the launch, Stewart Laing, Managing Director of Hunter Laing, said: “There are some whiskies which are so remarkable that they deserve a little extra recognition, and our heritage series was created to celebrate these incredible malts. My two sons and I have personally selected each of these whiskies from our finest and most prized stocks.”
The Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage Series, will be available later next month from specialist retailers. RRP’s (tbc).
Posted by Steve Rush