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New 18 Years Outdated Marks Fettercairn’s First Ever Scottish Oak Launch


Fettercairn 18 Years Outdated has been realised from a refined marriage of American White Oak casks with an exceptionally hand-crafted end in 100% Scottish Oak, sourced from the Scottish Highlands. Progressive and revolutionary in model and substance, this whisky celebrates what makes Fettercairn completely different – from the surprisingly tropical -house model achieved by the distinctive copper cooling ring distillation; to their future targeted, revolutionary strategy to native sourcing and dealing with the land in Aberdeenshire – ‘The Backyard of Scotland’.

Bottled good to be loved at 46.8%, pure in color and non-chill filtered, this single malt showcases a meticulous strategy to cask administration and whisky making. With a personality outlined by richness and depth, it performs on mature fruit flavours, toasted oak, recent patisserie aromas and wealthy mouthfeel with gentle spice balances cacao and berry fruits.

Gregg Glass, Grasp Whisky Maker, explains: “Fettercairn 18 is a end result of an strategy to whisky making I’ve developed throughout various years. This primary launch displays the dedication not simply of myself, however of our companions ‘from Forest to Discipline’, who every performed a task in rekindling the talents required to reap Scottish Oak. At Fettercairn we’re passionate concerning the potential of Scottish Oak and the distinctive flavour traits it gives to the whisky maker.”

Delivered to life by way of our ground-breaking Scottish Oak programme and calling on a 100% end in Scottish oak sourced from the Scottish Highlands, this whisky represents a long-term imaginative and prescient coming to life. Born from an initiative which extends far past cask manufacturing to the creation of a round financial system and the future-proofing Scottish Oak for the following technology of whisky makers.



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