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Pour & Sip January 2023 Box

5 drams and matching tasting cards

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This month we're kicking off the year with three Scotch whiskies, and two single malts from England and Sweden! Expected peaty delights, fruity cask finishes, and even an exclusive whisky.

Highland Park 15 Year Old Viking Heart: Taking great inspiration from its Viking heritage, Highland Park Viking Heart is a 15-year-old single malt, matured predominantly in sherry-seasoned European oak casks, packing in fruity, spicy notes, as well as sherry-seasoned American oak casks, adding a dose of vanilla.

Benrinnes 15 Year Old 2006 - Old Particular Fanatical About Flavour (Douglas Laing) (MoM Exclusive):  This Benrinnes was bottled just for Master of Malt, that friendly bunch behind Pour & Sip. Distilled in November 2006, it spent the next 15 years in a single cask before the team at independent bottler Douglas Laing chose to bottle it up in January 2022 for the Old Particular Fanatical About Flavour series, with just 294 bottles released at a generous 51.5% ABV.

The One Colheita Cask Finished: The One range is a blend of grain and malt Scotch whiskies from the Highlands, Speyside, and Islay, though at its heart is The Lakes’ very own single malt. This particular release was finished in colheita Port casks, adding an extra layer of fruitiness to the blended whisky.

High Coast Timmer - Peat Smoke: A smoky Swedish whisky, distilled from Belgian barley peated to around 46 PPM and matured in first-fill bourbon barrels for around six years. As such, there’s lots of creamy vanilla and tropical fruit to be found alongside waves of warming smoke and spice.

Berry Bros. & Rudd Blended Malt - Speyside Reserve: Released as part of the Berry Bros. Classic Range, the aim of this whisky was to capture all of those light, fruity, and creamy characters associated with Scotland's Speyside region by masterfully bringing together a range of single malts from various distilleries.

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