Speyside distillery Mortlach recently unveiled its oldest ever single malt whisky—an almost half-century old blend. Whisky enthusiasts will soon be able to register online for the chance to buy the precious Mortlach 47-Year-Old, with distinguished international wine and spirits merchants Justerini & Brooks overseeing the process.
To mark their 270th year, Justerinis will soon be offering collectors the chance to get their hands on the remarkably rare Mortlach 47-Year-Old. The bottling is drawn from three American Oak casks which were filled in 1971. At 46.8% ABV, the single cask expression is characterised by a velvety body with notes of toasted wood, honey, and dark chocolate, concluding with a smoky finish. It is the first of three planned releases from the distillery’s Singing Stills series, which takes its name from the humming sound made by Mortlach’s stills.
Fewer than 100 bottles of Mortlach 47-Year-Old will soon be available worldwide for £10,000 each. From midnight GMT on Tuesday 9th April, whisky aficionados will be able to register interest in purchasing a bottle through an online registration overseen by Justerini & Brooks. The registration period will last until 6pm GMT on 23rd April, and selected individuals will then have the chance to acquire the exceptional blend. To find out more about registering, please visit the Justerini & Brooks website.
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