John Crabbie & Co has added a lightly peated 12-year-old Island single malt scotch to its portfolio.
The aged expression from the Scottish Islands has been chosen from a renowned distillery and bottled under Crabbie name.
According to the brand, the new addition has “deeply malted and fresh aromas,” followed with notes of green grass and citrus.
The palate is said to deliver a “rich flavour with a bittersweet balance, tailed by a touch of sweet honey, grilled orange and green tea, before a smoky finish.”
The Crabbie Whisky collection also contains 30-Year-Old and Eight-Year-Old single-malt whiskies, along with a number of releases that are due to launch later this year.
In keeping with the current range, the latest release is available in 70cl glass bottles, presented in a special gift box and complete with an age statement, cork closure and metallic rip seal capsule.
David Brown, managing director of John Crabbie & Co, said: “With the launch of this exceptional-tasting, premium 12-year-old single malt, we are staying true to our brand legacy by continuing to source some truly spectacular casks from some of the most famed distilleries across Scotland.”
“This latest bottling adds another dimension to our renowned portfolio and provides the opportunity for new and existing single malt scotch enthusiasts to experience an additional variant, and a new style within the Crabbie Whisky collection.”
Bottled at 43% ABV, the 12-Year-Old single-malt is available in the UK, China and South Africa, both on and off-trade.