Diageo unveils Special Releases

06 November, 2014

Diageo has unveiled this year’s Special Release scotch whiskies.

They comprise: Benrinnes 21 year old, Brora 35 year-old, Caol Ila 15 year old (unpeated), Caol Ila 30 year old, Clynelish Select Reserve, Cragganmore 25 year old, Lagavulin 12 year old, Port Ellen 35 year old, Rosebank 21 year old, The Singleton 38 year old and Strathmill 25 year old.

The Benrinnes 21YO (56.9% abv) is £240 for the 2,892 bottles.

The Brora 35YO is 48.6% and costs £1,200 for one of the individually number 2,964 bottles.

Caol Ila 15YO (60.39%) is £75 (limited availability).

Caol Ila 30YO (55.1%): The oldest Caol Ila ever released, 7,638 bottles: £425.

Clynelish Select Reserve (54.9%), 2,964 bottles: £500.

Cragganmore 25YO (51.4%), 3,372 bottles: £299.

Lagavulin 12YO (54.4%), limited availability: £80

Port Ellen 35YO (56.5%), the oldest Port Ellen release: £2,200

Rosebank 21YO (55.3%), 4,530 bottles: £300

The Singleton 38YO (59.8%), 3,756 bottles: £750.

Strathmill 25YO (52.4%), 2,700 bottles: £275.





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