Hunter Laing launches Old & Rare Heritage series

31st October, 2019 by Melita Kiely

Scotch whisky bottler and distiller Hunter Laing & Co has unveiled a limited edition range of single cask whiskies aged between 30 and 46 years old.

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Hunter Laing has launched its Old & Rare Heritage series, featuring whiskies no younger than 30 years old

The Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage series comprises more than 20 single cask whiskies, each bottled at cask strength without added caramel colouring or chill filtration.

Each whisky will be presented in a dark green bottle encased in a wooden clasp presentation box.

Stewart Laing, managing director of Hunter Laing, said: “There are some whiskies which are so remarkable that they deserve a little extra recognition and our heritage series was created to celebrate these incredible malts.

“My two sons and I have personally selected each of these whiskies from our finest and most prized stocks.”

The full range of Hunter Laing Old & Rare Heritage series includes:

  • Ardmore 31 years old (50.2% ABV)
  • Glengarioch 31 years old (49.1% ABV)
  • Teaninich 43 years old (40.2% ABV)
  • Tullibardine 30 years old (47.1% ABV)
  • Tullibardine 30 years old (47.1% ABV)
  • Bowmore 30 years old (48.1% ABV)
  • Aultmore 37 years old (54.3% ABV)
  • Balmenach 40 years old (45.4% ABV)
  • Braes of Glenlivet 30 years old (54.7% ABV)
  • Cragganmore 30 years old (51.4% ABV)
  • Dailuaine 46 years old (45.1% ABV)
  • Dufftown 44 years old (41.8% ABV)
  • Glen Elgin 44 years old (45.6% ABV)
  • Glenburgie 44 yers old (41.8% ABV)
  • Glenlossie 44 years old (43.4% ABV)
  • Glenrothes 31 years old (50.1% ABV)
  • Glentauchers 30 years old (45.7% ABV)
  • Inchgower 37 years old (50.1% ABV)
  • Linkwood 30 years old (50.4% ABV)
  • Mortlach 30 years old (48.5% ABV)
  • Strathmill 33 years old (54.2% ABV)
  • Tamdhu 30 years old (54.4% ABV)
  • Tormore 31 years old (49.9% ABV).

Andrew Laing, company export director, said: “2019 continues to be both a busy and exciting year for us at Hunter Laing & Co with the opening of our first distillery, Ardnahoe, the launch of Scarabus Islay single malt and entering the travel retail market with Scarabus and our Journey Series of blended malts.”

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