Filed under: Spirits
Scotch whisky enthusiasts enamored of sherry wood finishes should be well acquainted with The GlenDronach Distillery. Founded in 1826 and recently revived, GlenDronach produces a range of "richly sherried" single malts at 12, 15 and 18 years old. But in addition to the core range, the distillery also offers a selection of limited-edition expressions, the latest of which has just hit the market.
The seven special malts in this Batch 2 release range from 17 to 39 years old, aged in Oloroso sherry butts and Pedro Ximinez sherry puncheons, bottled at between 48.8 and 60.5 percent, the concentration inversely correlated to the age. In addition to local markets, they're being exported to more than 20 overseas markets, so check with your local stockist to get your hands on one.