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Craigellachie 33 launches in travel retail


Speyside distillery Craigellachie has released a limited edition 33-year-old single malt exclusively in travel retail with a £2,000 price tag.

Craigellachie 33-year-old
Limited edition: Only 1,700 bottles of Craigellachie 33-year-old will be released globally

Only 1,700 bottles of the new expression will be available worldwide, launched initially in World Duty Free stores in UK airports including London Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh. 

Availability will soon follow at Dufry stores in European airports, before the single malt is released in select retailers in Asia Pacific airports this summer.

Non-chill-filtered and free from caramel colouring, Craigellachie 33-year-old is bottled at 46% abv, and is described as a ‘muscular’ whisky with ‘sulphury aromas, cereal complexity and exotic fruits’.

It joins Dewar’s Exceptional Cask Series, which features a collection of limited edition whiskies selected by Stephanie MacLeod, malts master and master blender for owner John Dewar and Sons.

The latest release follows Craigellachie 31-year-old’s recent accolade of ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ at the World Whiskies Awards 2017.

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