The Edinburgh based boutique spirits company Wemyss Malts, has today announced the launch of six new limited-edition single cask Scotch whiskies.
As per Wemyss previous single cask releases, these latest bottlings have been named after and inspired by their unique aromas and flavours.
|Wemyss launches six new single cask bottlings|
In addition to their flavour led names, each label is colour coded to match the flavour category it falls under ; Sweet, Spicy, Smoky, Rich, Light and Oily.
The six new Wemyss single casks are comprised of:
Bananas and Cream (Strathclyde Distillery) 16 Year Old (46% ABV) Distilled in 2005 and bottled in 2021. Limited to 246 bottles.
Clove Studded Oranges (Glenrothes Distillery) 25 Year Old (48.8% ABV) Distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2021. Limited to 187 bottles.
Jam on Toast (Blair Athol Distillery) 30 Year Old (50.6% ABV) Distilled in 1991 and bottled in 2021. Limited to 226 bottles.
Kiwi and Chilli (Glenrothes Distillery) 25 Year Old (55.2% ABV) Distilled in 1996. Limited to 282 bottles.
Sweet Disposition (Glen Keith Distillery) 25 Year Old (56.3% ABV) Distilled in 1996. Limited to 492 bottles.
Ultimate Apple Pie (Glen Moray Distillery) 25 Year Old (46% ABV) Distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2021. Limited to 245 bottles.
Commenting on the news, William Wemyss, Founder and Managing Director at Wemyss Malts, said: “Winter is all about treasuring time with loved ones over the festive period, with this in mind our latest selection of single casks convey an assortment of fortifying and warming flavours. With this assortment of single casks from the spritely and sweet ‘Ultimate Apple Pie’ to the incredibly decadent Glenrothes aptly named “Clove Studded Oranges” and the show stopping 30 year old Blair Athol named “Jam on Toast” we truly have something to please all whisky fans.”
This latest batch of Wemyss single casks, will be available later this month from specialist retailers. RRP’s £88.00 - £300.00.
Posted by Steve Rush