Whyte & Mackay launches experimental whisky range

Scottish spirits label Whyte & Mackay has launched an experimental whisky range with two limited edition styles on sale.

Gregg Glass, Whyte & Mackay’s whisky blender, has launched The Whisky Works, a range of so-far two limited edition scotches; a classic whisky called The 29 Year Old Glaswegian and a modern, more experimental style called the King of Trees, which is a Highland Blended Malt, part-finished in native Scottish Oak. A total of 2,157 bottles will be released, while there are just ,642 individually numbered bottles of the 29 Year Old Glaswegian in circulation.

Glass said: “Along the way I have been fortunate to develop relationships with brilliant producers connected right along the whisky making process right back to the individual foresters that manage the woodland that produces our casks. The Whisky Works is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate what can be achieved in the production of a Scotch Whisky.”

King of Trees (priced at £75, 70cl) and 29 year-old Glaswegian (priced at £130, 70cl) will launch at Whisky Live London on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 March, with a masterclass led by Glass.

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