Whisky back on the mar­ket

Strathearn Herald - - NEWS -

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.”

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