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Pour & Sip June 2024 Box

5 drams + matching tasting cards

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This month's set contains some new and exciting whiskies from Scotland and France. These feature alongside a truly classic Irish whiskey as well as a hard to find single malt from a venerable Scotch distillery.

Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength - Batch B1/23:: Single pot still Irish whiskeys must use both malted and unmalted barley (at least 30% of each), with the option to also use small amounts of other cereals. The unmalted barley brings a unique spiciness and silky, creamy mouthfeel. The 12 year old is a true classic, and here’s the non-chill filtered cask strength edition!

Domaine des Hautes Glaces Indigene: Founded in the French Alps in 2009 as the world’s first organic whisky farm distillery, their connection to their landscape stretches to self-produced seeds and fermenting with local native yeasts gathered from their fields. An extraordinary combination of attention to both flavour and ecology achieved by whisky-loving agronomist founder Frédéric Revol.

Strathearn Inaugural Single Malt: Douglas Laing purchased Strathearn in 2019 and entered the world of distilling, leading to this new release! Strathearn itself was only founded in 2013, helping to blaze the trail for small scale, human-controlled, and experimental whisky production where flavour is a far higher priority than the alcohol yield.

Isle of Harris - The Hearach: First launched towards the end of 2023, The Hearach is a lightly peated (12-15 PPM) single malt matured in a combination of first-fill casks (approximately 85% ex-bourbon casks, 11% oloroso sherry butts, and 4% fino sherry butts). All the spirit is matured, married, and bottled on the Isle of Harris and as you may expect, it’s also non-chill filtered, and free from artificial colouring.

Glenlossie 14 Year Old 2008 - Benchmark (Murray McDavid): While bottlings are rare, Glenlossie is well regarded by blenders for its grassy, light, yet oily character (thanks to the spirit stills being equipped with purifiers). Murray McDavid, meanwhile, are known for maturing whisky in interesting wine casks, finishing this whisky for almost 4 years in French oak barriques that previously held Sauternes sweet dessert wine from Bordeaux.

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