Pour & Sip September 2022 Box
5 drams and bespoke matching tasting cards
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It's our second birthday, and we can't wait to celebrate with you with yet another stellar selection of whiskies! Five of them, as always, and this month they’re from all over Scotland, with a special appearance from Tennessee, too.
Daddy Rack 4 Year Old Cask Strength (barrel 06): A cask strength Tennessee whiskey here from Daddy Rack, produced from a mash bill of corn (80%), rye (10%), and malted barley (10%) and drawn from barrel number 6, yielding just 228 bottles. Precious stuff!
Coachbuilt Whisky: Created by Formula One racing driver Jenson Button and spirits expert George Koutsakis, this blend is made with spirits from each of Scotland’s five whisky-producing regions, married together in ex-sherry casks.
Nc'nean Huntress 2022: From the 100% renewable Nc’Nean distillery, Huntress is made with a combination of three yeasts, one of which is usually used for rum instead of whisky, meaning there’s loads of tropical fruit flavours in here.
The Glenrothes 12 Year Old - Soleo Collection: A sherry cask-focused single malt from Glenrothes, where distillation takes place in very tall stills, meaning there’s more reflux (when spirit falls back down the still neck and is then re-distilled), making for a complex, light spirit that harmonises with sherry casks.
Isle of Raasay Single Malt: The first core release from Isle of Raasay which takes inspiration from older styles of Hebridean single malts, so is lightly smoky thanks to a blend of both peated (using floral Highland peat) and unpeated spirits, aged in rye whiskey, chinkapin oak, and red wine casks.