Loch Lomond Group’s Glen Scotia rare 30 Year Old Single Malt 

Category – Spirits, whisky, Scotch, Campbeltown, single malt, 50.8% ABV

Available – From this week

Location – Available worldwide in the off-premise channel through specialist spirits retailers

Price – In the UK, SRP of GBP850 (US$1132) per 70cl bottle, limited to 500 units

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By GlobalData

Glen Scotia has introduced a new 30-year-old expression to its namesake single malt Scotch whisky range.

Presented in a hand-made case created from sustainably-sourced oak, the iteration comprises a single distillation from 1989 that has been matured in European oak hogshead Sherry casks. Master distiller Iain McAlister described the single malt as “an exceptional new addition to Glen Scotia’s portfolio”.

“It showcases the complex flavours and maritime influence that Glen Scotia has become known for and, after three decades of maturation, I am proud to finally be able to unveil this new expression to the world.”

In October, Glen Scotia, which is owned by Loch Lomond Group, released a 45-Year-Old single malt at an SRP of GBP3,795 (US$4,887) each and limited to 150 units.

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