Chivas Brothers, has today announced the launch of three new rare, limited-edition, single malt Scotch whisky collections.
The Glenlivet Cellar Collection, The Aberlour Cellar Collection and The Scapa Single Cask Vintage Editions, are distillery exclusives which include some of the oldest whiskies ever released by each of the three distilleries.
|Chivas Brothers launches three rare distillery exclusive collections|
The Glenlivet Cellar Collection, is comprised of a 30 Year Old (49% ABV), 33 Year Old (48.8% ABV), 38 Year Old (41.1% ABV) and a 40 Year Old (46.4% ABV), which have all been bottled at cask strength.
The Aberlour Cellar Collection, is comprised of a 39 Year Old (45.5% ABV) and a 44 Year Old (43.2% ABV) which is the oldest ever bottle released by the distillery.
The Scapa Single Cask Vintage Editions, are comprised of vintage releases, bottled in 1977 (41.3% ABV), 1979 (47.3% ABV) and 1990 (42.7% ABV) and are the first new bottlings from Scapa in over four years.
Commenting on the news, Miriam Eceolaza, Marketing Director for Malts at Chivas Brothers, said: “It has been an incredibly challenging year and we recognise it hasn’t been easy for Scotch enthusiasts to travel to our distilleries in Speyside and Orkney. We’re so pleased that we’re now able to give Scotch whisky fans the opportunity to order some of the most exceptionally rare aged malts from our portfolio straight to their door.”
She went onto say: “These collections are some of the oldest that have ever been bottled and released by The Glenlivet, Scapa and Aberlour. The exclusivity of these expressions is unlike anything we have ever released before, and we hope our fans relish the opportunity to taste real history with these delicious collections.”
Limited to just over 600 bottles across all three collections, the Glenlivet bottlings can be purchased via the distillery’s website, and the Aberlour and Scapa bottlings can be purchased by calling each distillery’s respective visitor centre shop. RRP’s across the collections vary from between £900.00 to £15,00.00.
Posted by Steve Rush