The makers of luxury single malt Scotch whisky Mortlach™, “The Beast of Dufftown,” have launched a liquid especially for travellers: Mortlach Special Strength
Whether or not it’s the ‘Mad Men Effect’ is up for debate, but the world is increasingly excited about whisky, particularly single malt Scotch. Aficionados and connoisseurs will therefore welcome the news that Mortlach, one of the finest single malts to come out of Scotland, will be launching a variant especially for travellers: Mortlach Special Strength.
Mortlach Special Strength is drawn from a complex combination of first fill, refill and re-charred American and European oak casks. Diageo Master Blender, Dr Jim Beveridge said: “We chose to bottle Mortlach Special Strength at 49% as it reveals nuances of the complex yet harmonious character, a mix of vanilla and mature oak underscored by roasted aromatics, delivering a unique, differentiated taste experience when compared to, for example, Mortlach Rare Old at 43.3%”.
This new variant is aimed at travellers who enjoy super deluxe whisky and seek rarity and quality in their liquids. Alongside Mortlach Special Strength, two other expressions of Mortlach are now available in travel retail and domestically: Mortlach 18-Year Old and Mortlach 25-Year Old.
Tasting Notes for Mortlach Special Strength:
A big, friendly and warming special strength Mortlach, best enjoyed straight, which is at once complex and delicious. Very grown up, with a complicated yet harmonious mix of vanilla and mature oak underscored by roasted aromatics and a long and deeply affecting finish.
Strength: 49% ABV
Appearance: Clear, bright amber, Moderate beading