Raise a glass to World Whisky Day with Balblair – the oldest working distillery in the Highlands

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Balblair Single Malt Scotch Whisky, the oldest working distillery in the Highlands, is inviting whisky aficionados worldwide to celebrate World Whisky Day – an annual milestone and global whisky celebration. With events taking place around the world, World Whisky Day celebrates ‘the water of life’ by encouraging whisky fans to enjoy their favourite expressions on 20th May 2017.

For those celebrating at home, Balblair, a multi-award winning whisky is the perfect way to indulge your senses, with celebrated nuances available across its portfolio. Balblair 2005 is light, fruity and refreshing and the perfect introduction to Balblair. Full of character, the liquid has citrus aromas of apple and honey, followed by the intense taste of sweet toffee and vanilla, rounded off by
a deliciously spicy, long finish.

For something a bit more full bodied, Balblair 1999 is sweet and spicy in character, with hints of honey, vanilla and leather. It has signature Balblair aromas of honey and green apples, as well as hints of spice, citrus, fruits and vanilla, making it the ideal dram to sip and pair with food.

Finish off the evening with a dram of Balblair 1990; boasting a spicy yet sweet aroma, the whisky is punctuated with notes of raisins, toffee and honey. On the palate, the liquid is full bodied, sweet and spicy in character with hints of zesty fruits. With a luxurious smooth finish, enjoy this expression after your evening meal.

Matthew Jamieson, Balblair Brand Manager, adds: “Balblair whisky is the ultimate way to celebrate World Whisky Day. Over 200 years in the making, it has been produced to be drunk in its most purest form. Whether you’re pairing the liquid with food or enjoying it on its own, our three recommended expressions encompass the true essence of Balblair and are the perfect way to toast a special occasion.”

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