Infrequent Flyers North British Distillery 26 70cl 52.1% ABV

£130.00

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“The ‘Infrequent Flyers’ range is a series of single cask bottlings of Scotch whiskies, sourced from the many distilleries throughout Scotland. Our bottlings are predominantly single malts, though now and again we release a single grain. These whiskies are all bottled in their most authentic form – un-chill filtered, at natural colour, and usually at cask strength.
Each single cask that is bottled is unique – they are one-offs, and by their very nature only generate a limited number of bottles. Once they’re gone, they’re gone…
Unusually, we don’t include tasting notes on our labels – this is by design, rather than error! Whisky is quite subjective; everyone has their own opinion as to what they experience in a particular dram. We don’t want to tell you what to look out for – but will let you figure it out yourself. We do, however, use a little terminology to provide some guidance – on the front label we categorise the style of the whisky, as either Classic (i.e. non-peated), Peated (i.e. smoky, phenolic), Triple Distilled or Wood Finish (where the whisky has spent some time maturing or finishing in different wood, such as a sherry cask, for example). This may be somewhat of an over-simplification, but it provides a starting point – the rest is up to you!”

A grand single grain from the North British Distillery, this expression was distilled back in June 1995. After a nice long rest of 26 years, including a finish in a Marsala wine cask, it whisky was bottled in 2021 by indie bottler Alistair Walker for the Infrequent Flyers collection, with a total outturn of 231 bottles released.

 

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