New releases: Summer 2017

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Here at the Scotch Whisky Experience we have the great privilege of having access to important and often limited bottlings from Scotch whisky distilleries across Scotland, available to sell in our onsite shop. We’re proud to have among the widest selection of single malts, blended whiskies, liqueurs and rare bottles that you’ll find anywhere in Edinburgh, and we’re able to offer them not just to those who visit the attraction, but to online buyers across the UK.*

Here’s some of the exciting new and sometimes limited releases we have arriving this summer.

Tamdhu 50 year old

Speyside-based Tamdhu distillery is celebrating its 120th birthday with a release of its oldest ever bottling – a 50 year old single malt whisky. Only 100 bottles are being made available globally.

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Ardbeg Kelpie 

Ardbeg’s most recent release from its highly collectable limited edition series, was available at the Scotch Whisky Experience shop from the end of June.

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Glen Scotia 25 year old 

Glen Scotia’s highly-anticipated 25 year old single malt Scotch whisky, matured for 24 years in refill Bourbon casks,is now available to purchase via our online shop.

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Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair 

Easy to drink but hard to say (pronounce it ‘stew-rahdur’), Islay distillery Bunnahabhain have released their new, quintessentially coastal bottling to great acclaim.

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GlenDronach Batch 15 

We recently had a selection of GlenDronach’s Batch 15 of its very sought-after individual cask bottlings. We had years 1992-95 on sale during the week of 12th June, however these sold out very quickly.

Please contact our retail team for more information on any of these new releases and their availability.

Meanwhile, if you want to be first to find out about our new releases, follow the Scotch Shop and the Scotch Whisky Experience on Twitter.

*Online purchase is subject to availability and location, and we are only able to ship to UK addresses.

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