The Edinburgh based independent Scotch whisky bottler The Whisky Cellar, has announced the launch of two new bottlings from its Private Cellars Selection range.
The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Ardbeg 2005 (51.9% ABV) is a 14 Year Old single malt Scotch whisky, which has been matured in a single ex-bourbon hogshead. The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Dalmore 2003 (50.3% ABV) is a 17 Year Old single malt Scotch whisky, which has been finished in a single Pedro Ximinez Octave Cask.
|The Whisky Cellar launches two new Private Cellars Selection bottlings|
The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Ardbeg 2005, which is limited to just 25 bottles, will be available exclusively via Whisky Auctioneer, for The Scottish Licensed Trade Benevolent Society (The Ben) Whisky Auction, later this month.
The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Dalmore 2003, which is limited to 49 bottles, was selected for bottling by company founder Keith Bonnington and industry legend and current Whisky Maker at Ardgowan Distillery, Max McFarlane.
These latest two releases, follow on from the brands first batch of 10 inaugural Private Cellars Selection bottlings, which launched back in September.
Commenting on the Ardbeg 2005 bottling, Keith Bonnington, said: “We have been sitting on the bottles waiting for the right moment to offer them to consumers and what could be better than doing our own small bit for a hospitality industry reeling at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's an industry which served me well early in my career and remains very close to my heart.”
The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Dalmore 2003, will be available later this month from specialist retailers. For more information on The Whisky Cellar Private Cellars Selection Ardbeg 2005, which will be featured in The Scottish Licensed Trade Benevolent Society Whisky Auction, visit whiskyauctioneer.com
Posted by Steve Rush