The Whisky Tasting Company have added a splendid gift set to their range, containing some of Scotland’s oldest and rarest whiskies, from very old casks and lost distilleries.
According to their website, the set includes a 1964 vintage Dumbarton 46 year old Single Grain whisky from Douglas Laing’s Clan Denny range, as well as a sherry-matured the same year the distillery ended production.
The set also includes the Gold Medal winner from whisky magazine’s independent whisky challenge, a 38 year old Glenallachie single malt (also Sherry matured), plus a 21 year old Rosebank – another sadly closed distillery which was widely regarded as Scotland’s best lowland whisky. The set is complete with a rare 1977 vintage 34 year old Glenlivet single malt.
The set contains five 30ml miniatures of the malts in a hand-finished gift box, complete with tasting cards for each whisky and a whisky tasting mat, and retails for £58.50 from www.whiskytastingcompany.com.