This coming Thursday we are having a small whisky tasting session. Macallan 12 Year Old Sherry Oak Single Malt would be served and you're more then welcome to drop by and discover the three limited editions of whisky.
Date: 14th March 2019
Venue: The Lavish Attic (306 Pedder Building, Central, Hong Kong)
Gordon and MacPhail, Glen Grant 1950 65yo
Only 218 bottles release
Distilled at the Speyside distillery in 1950, before being matured in a Single Sherry Cask #2747 for 65 Years.
Despite being matured for an incredibly long amount of time, the Angel's behaved themselves: The cask was filled at 63.5% and bottled at 59.3%.
Bottled by Gordon and MacPhail. Presented in a Mahogany box.
Glenfarclas 1953 58yo
Only 400 bottles release
Cask type: 1st filled Sherry Butt
This was distilled on 20 November 1953, matured in a single first fill sherry butt for 58 years, and bottled by the distillers on 13 February 2012. The cask was selected by Michal Kowalski of Wealth Solutions, Glenfarclas' George Grant, and Serge Valentin of Malt Maniacs.
This comes in a wooden presentation box, with a booklet detailing the distillery and the vintage.
Clynelish 1973 41yo
Only 144 bottles release
Bottle Number: 27
Cask: Hogmanay Cask
This was distilled on Hogmanay (New Year's Eve) 1973, matured in a single refill hogshead for 41 years, and bottled at cask strength.
This is presented in a gold lacquer box, reflecting the gold rush that occurred around Clynelish in the late 19th century.