We’re Serving Summer with four unique casks all located on the coast of Scotland! Share the majesty of Campbeltown, Highland and Islay with whisky-loving friends as you explore some of the most fascinating whisky regions in the country. Start on the Kintyre Peninsula with Campbeltown’s Cask 93.107 Flexing the mussels for a dram that transports tasters to a seaside café where they’ll enjoy a smorgasbord of fruits de mer. Head north to the small village of Wick for a nuanced expression in Cask 52.25 A morning at the beach. The citrus, spice and maritime character in this Highland dram is an excellent example of the ‘oily & coastal’ flavour profile, doting on the coastal aspect. Cask 10.173 Selkie caviar is another ‘oily & coastal’ whisky that drives home the oily aspects of the profile. It’s all about texture and complexity with this young and powerful malt from the north eastern corner of Islay. Finish in Port Askaig on Islay with Cask 53.287 Ye olde medisin for a textbook peated expression from Scotland’s most popular island. Smoke, salinity and seafood combine for a beautiful dram to finish your summer flight. These casks will pair exquisitely with all things grilled – vegetables, meat and fish - and go particularly well with a sundowner session before dinner. This complex quartet will have you serving summer in style!


Cask No. 93.107 - Flexing the mussels 
Date distilled: December 2010
Cask: First-fill barrel
Age: 7 years
Alcohol: 59.6%
Region: Campbeltown

Cask No. 52.25 - A morning at the beach
Date distilled: March 2007
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 11 years
Alcohol: 60.3%
Region: Highland Northern

Cask No. 10.173 - Selkie caviar
Date distilled: September 2010
Cask: Refill hogshead, heavy toast/medium char
Age: 8 years
Alcohol: 60.4%
Region: Islay

Cask No. 53.287 - Ye olde medisin
Date distilled: July 2006
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 12 years
Alcohol: 58.5%
Region: Islay

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