Wemyss Malts Autumn Harvest Single Cask Releases
Independent bottler Wemyss Malts has released a bountiful crop of twelve new single cask whiskies ranging from 14 to 27 years old. These whiskies were selected and named after the aromas and flavours associated with a harvest festival or a pantry of autumnal fare discovered within by the Wemyss tasting panel. Each bottling has a descriptive name illustrating the whisky’s character, are bottled in their natural colour and are non-chill-filtered.
The full single cask list of the Autumn Harvest release comprises of:
“Hickory Molasses Glaze” a 2001 (14YO) single cask from Bunnahabhain distillery, bottled at 46%
“Pear Crème” a 1998 (17YO) single cask from Auchentoshan distillery, bottled at 46%
“Ginger Glazed Gammon” a 1998 (18YO) single cask from Mortlach distillery, bottled at 46%
“Blossom Nectar” a 1997 (19YO) single cask from Glenrothes distillery, bottled at 50.8%
“Pomme Piquante” a 1995 (20YO) single cask from Clynelish distillery, bottled at 46%
“Oak for All Seasons” a 1994 (21YO) single cask from Braes of Glenlivet distillery, bottled at 46%
“Persian Anise” a 1992 (24YO) single cask from Longmorn distillery, bottled at 46%
“Frangipane Canapé” a 1990 (25YO) single cask from Bladnoch distillery, bottled at 46%
“Haven Trail” a 1990 (25YO) single cask from Bunnahabhain distillery, bottled at 46%
“Barbecue Mango Salsa” a 1989 (26YO) single cask from Bowmore distillery, bottled at 46%
“Cream of The Crop” a 1989 (26YO) single cask from Glen Garioch distillery, bottled at 46%
“Frosted Molasses Tart” a 1988 (27YO) single cask from Invergordon grain distillery, bottled at 46%
William Wemyss, Founder and Managing Director at Wemyss Malts, commented: “From the fruity Lowland pair “Frangipane Canapé” and “Pear Crème” to our rich and spicy “Frosted Molasses Tart” single grain, matured in an ex sherry Butt, our Autumn Harvest of single casks should comfort and fortify the whisky devotee as the days get shorter and the nights begin to creep in”.
Certified by the whisky writer and Master of the Quaich, Charlie Maclean, each cask is limited to only a few hundred bottles with suggested retail prices ranging from £70 to £270. These bottlings will be available in selected retailers in the UK, EU and key Asian markets.