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Edinburgh based independent bottler, The Whisky Cellar will release a new series of ten unique single casks under its new Private Cellars Selection label.
With 2,100 bottles drawn from from a mixture of barrels, hogsheads, butts and even a quarter cask, the limited range was carefully selected by an expert panel of assessors to offer “a taste profile for everyone”.
Founder Keith Bonnington said: “We have selected across a broad spectrum of styles, age references and price points, some from well-known distilleries, others from lesser-heralded or even unnamed.
“I believe that there’s a whisky out there for every palate and our ethos is to make Scotch enjoyable for all, opening up possibilities to try an expanse of flavours within each of our series’.”
The first series will feature a 14 year old Ardmore, a 22 year old rum-finished Benriach, a 36 year old Cameronbridge, 23 year old Glen Moray, 24 year old Glenallachie, 24 year old Invergordon, 7 year old Royal Brackla, 12 year old Teaninich, 21 year old Westport blended malt and a 15 year old Speyside “House Malt“.
The Whisky Cellar first came to prominence in 2018 with the release of their Whisky Illuminati label. The company sources, assesses and selects single casks of scotch whisky from its base in Edinburgh, based on the ethos: “if we love it, we will bottle it”.