John Crabbie & Co, has today announced the launch of a new limited-edition single malt Scotch whisky bottling.
Crabbie 1992 Speyside Single Malt (45.5% ABV) which was matured in a single bourbon cask for 28 years, is from an unnamed distillery in the Glenlivet Valley of Speyside.
|Crabbie 1992 Speyside Single Malt|
This latest release from John Crabbie & Co, is said to boast fresh fruit aromas on the nose, with hints of spicy oak, toffee apples and chocolate caramels on the palate, all rounded off with a smooth, sweet creamy finish.
Crabbie 1992 Speyside Single Malt, comes presented in an elegant wooden presentation case, and in Crabbie’s new, bespoke bottles. These feature embossed detailing to showcase the distinctive Crabbie elephant and ‘Leith, Edinburgh’ wording in order to further emphasise the heritage and provenance of the brand.
Commenting on the news, John Kennedy, Commercial Controller for Scotland at John Crabbie & Co, said: “John Crabbie was well renowned for sourcing whiskies from the very best distilleries in Scotland, and as we seek to continue his legacy – this 1992 Speyside Single Malt is certainly no exception. Given the quality of the liquid and the real rarity of an age release from this Speyside distillery, this is an incredibly exciting launch for the John Crabbie brand, and we’re confident that it’ll be well-received amongst whisky fans. Plus, with the price point, and the limited production, we don’t think it’ll be available for long”.
Limited to 260 bottles, Crabbie 1992 Speyside Single Malt, will be available later this month from specialist retailers, for a RRP of £350.00.
Posted by Steve Rush