Whisky back on the market
Strathearn Distillery has launched its second batch of single cask, single malt Scotch whisky.
Dubbed“probably Scotland’s smallest whisky distillery”, the Methven distillery’s two casks vary in flavour, with cask 028 boasting a rich and malty palate which is further emphasised with a single drop of water. Cask 044 has a richness that is often associated with Strathearn Single Malt and a taste of citrus and toffee, best enjoyed neat.
Tony Reeman-Clark, founder of Strathearn Distillery, said:“Strathearn spirit is all about quality and flavour.
“We’ve waited another six months to start bottling our whisky as the small 50 litre casks develop and mellow into outstanding single malt Scotch.
“We’re thrilled to get another batch to market and feel that the tasting should no longer be limited to members of staff and shared with the wider public and especially all of our followers.”