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Diageo Special Releases 2017 Tasting Set

(30cl, 53.8%)

Diageo Special Releases 2017 Tasting Set
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Diageo Special Release TS Bottling Note

You’ve read the reviews and maybe even snapped up the odd bottle – now we present the chance to taste every single whisky from Diageo’s Special Releases 2017 collection in one very merry box! This tasting set comprises the full Scotch shebang, with all 10 whiskies present in our 30ml dram format. Intrigued by the Collectivum XXVIII blended malt? Missed out on the Port Dundas 52yo lottery? Fear not! This tasting set holds them all.

Some Special Releases 2017 fun facts of note: The Port Dundas is the oldest whisky ever bottled by Diageo. Collectivum XXVIII is a blended malt containing liquid from all 28 active Diageo distilleries. The Teaninich expression marks the Highland distillery’s 200th anniversary. And the Glen Elgin is made from two batches, each made with different yeast strains.

Please note: On the odd occasion, we do need to make changes to Tasting Sets, so contents of the set are subject to change. However, rest assured that whichever dram set you order will include 5 superb drams which will be of equivalent value to what is listed.

Diageo Special Releases 2017 Tasting Set Contents

- Blair Athol 23 Year Old 1993

- Brora 34 Year Old 1982

- Caol Ila 18 Year Old Unpeated

- Collectivum XXVIII

- Convalmore 32 Year Old 1984

- Glen Elgin 18 Year Old 1998

- Lagavulin 12 Year Old

- Port Ellen 37 Year Old 1979 – 17th Release

- Teaninich 17 Year Old 1999

- Port Dundas 52 Year Old 1964

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

From the classic, elegant Port Ellen smoke, to the incredible aromatic grain of the Port Dundas 52yo, this tasting set it not to the missed.

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