The Whisky Cellar toasts ‘Private Cellars Selection’ single cask launch


Edinburgh based independent Scotch whisky bottler, The Whisky Cellar, has unveiled a series of ten unique single casks bottled under its new Private Cellars Selection label and spearheading the launch is founder of The Whisky Cellar, Keith Bonnington (pictured), a Scotch Whisky industry executive with 18 years’ experience.

There are just 2,100 bottles drawn from the ten casks and each of the ten casks – a mixture of barrels, hogsheads, butts and a quarter cask – were carefully selected by an ‘expert panel of assessors’ to offer ‘a taste profile for everyone’ within the range.

Said Keith, “We have selected across a broad spectrum of styles, age references and price points, some from well-known distilleries, others from lesser-heralded or even unnamed”

“I believe that there’s a whisky out there for every palate and our ethos is to make Scotch enjoyable for all, opening up possibilities to try an expanse of flavours within each of our series’.”

The bottles include a 1997 rum cask finish from the BenRiach distillery, a 1995 hogshead from Glenallachie and a 1984 Single Grain from Cameronbridge distillery. The ‘House Malt’ within the first series is a 15-year old single cask.

Keith hopes to build The Whisky Cellar’s following and become one of the foremost independent bottlers for flavour exploration.

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