Whisky Wonders: Scotland’s Latest Liquid Treasures

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We observe a few of Scotland’s new expressions in the spirits market. Ledaig Triple Wood is a limited edition release from Tobermory Distillery in collaboration with wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan and the Mull and Iona Community Trust. This unique dram is a blend of three casks representing the partners’ dedication to preserving the island’s ecosystem, with notes of apples, vanilla, smoky oak, and toffee. ABV is 53.8% and it retails for £95.

Glasgow 1770 has introduced a trio of new single malt scotch whiskies as part of their Small Batch Series, showcasing various cask finishes in Calvados, Manzanilla Sherry, and Tequila. Each offering distinct flavor profiles such as fresh green apples, saline smoke, and rich honey. RRP is £59.

The Glenturret has collaborated with Jaguar Classic on a 70th-anniversary whisky release honoring the Jaguar C-type. This exclusive single malt, with a minimum age of 32 years, is limited to 220 bottles, priced at £2,200. Expect notes of sweet ginger, treacle, and vanilla.

Tomintoul Distillery unveils two limited-edition cask-finished whiskies – Cognac and Madeira. The former boasts sweet and nutty flavors, while the latter offers a rich profile with hints of butterscotch and dark chocolate. Both expressions are priced at £97 and £110 respectively.

Port Ellen presents the Gemini collection, featuring two unique expressions – Original and Remnant. The former is the oldest ever single malt released from the distillery, while the latter explores a new maturation journey in a remnant cask. Both whiskies showcase distinct characteristics, with prices starting at £45,000. Purchase available from mid-March. Subscribe to Scottish Field for more whisky news.

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