Leading independent bottler, Douglas Lang & Co. has released its old special Cheers to Better . has disclosed day mini series.
This includes a Jura 12 Year Old Single Malt, Port Dundas 16 Year Old Single Grain, Linkwood 12 Year Old Single Malt and a Bunnahbhai 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky; Each from just a single cask.
The family firm says its Cheers to Better Days series has been bottled in a ‘celebration of the brighter future ahead’. All four limited edition bottles are known to be ‘burst with summer time character’.
The bottles are led visually by a ‘striking’ orange label with a bespoke, hand-drawn illustration intended to signify ‘happiness, warmth, health and success’.
The set is described as having a distinct, distinct and divine flavor profile; Jura release with notes of sea salt, rich toffee and burnt oak, Port Dundas reveals a palate of freshly baked pancakes, toasted nuts and juiced pineapple, citrus green fruit in Linkwood, thick cream and buttery oat biscuits, And Bunnabhan balances out the melody of sour juice and sweet spices.
Cara Ling, Douglas Ling’s director of whiskey said: ‘The light at the end of the tunnel, that we are all so desperately craving, is truly and beautifully represented by this mini-series. The vivid orange label design aims to stand on consumer shelves at home as a promising reminder that brighter days are just around the corner. The unique flavors contained inside each of these bottles represent warmth, comfort and vibrancy – a taste of what is to come.’
All four of these limited editions will be packaged in a premium gift tube. The vintage specials Cheers to Better Days Jura 12 Year Old Single Malt and Port Dundas 16 Year Old Single Grain Release are expected to retail at £65/€75.50 and £85/€99 respectively from good specialist retailers. The Linkwood 12 Year Old Single Malt Bottling will retail at £75/€87.50 exclusively on douglaslaing.com and the Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old Single Malt Edition is expected to retail at £70/CN¥640 exclusively in Asia.
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