Pour & Sip February 2023 Box
5 drams and matching tasting cards
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The shortest month of the year is here, but we still have five brilliant whiskies to get stuck into! We're travelling to the Isle of Mull, Campbeltown, Glasgow, Kentucky, and Oxford through the power of these little drams.
Ledaig 10 Year Old: To this day this remains one of only two permanent Ledaig core bottlings, made from malt peated to around 40 PPM at Port Ellen maltings. Though it is indeed an immensely drinkable smoky single malt, that doesn’t mean it’s not full of richness.
Glasgow 1770 - Cognac Cask Finished: A limited peated release, with the smoky spirit initially matured in American white oak barrels and finished in Cognac barriques. There are just 882 bottles of this complex whisky, released for the Small Batch Series.
Glen Scotia 12 Year Old Seasonal Release 2022: The 2022 edition of Glen Scotia's Seasonal Release, an unpeated single malt was matured for 12 years, initially in first-fill bourbon barrels before a year-long finish in amontillado sherry casks. Bottled at cask strength without any colour, it's packed full of dry spices, coastal savoury flecks, and nuttiness.
Yellowstone Select Bourbon: The Select Bourbon from the Yellowstone range, made with a mash bill of 75% corn, 13% rye, and 12% malted barley, this is a full-bodied, easy-sipping bourbon with a good spicy rye kick.
The Oxford Artisan Distillery Rye Whisky - Purple Grain: Made from 70% heritage rye, 20% wheat, and 10% malted barley, after two years in charred American oak casks this was moved to purple moscatel casks from Setúbal, Portugal for another year and two months. The distillery’s classic buttery, pastry-like notes are bolstered by nuts and dried red fruit from the cask.