We’d like to think Pearl Bailey would have enjoyed these two malts, perhaps slowly sipping between sets at The Village Vanguard. Smooth and sweet, like Pearl’s golden voice, this Lossie duo dances across the palate with grace and precision. Cask 7.145 Park bench assignation and Cask 39.132 Flowers pressed in wood both strike the balance between fruit and oak perfectly. This bundle is perfect for the member who wants to experience the subtlety of Speyside through a side-by-side tasting. Both distilleries are considered among the best in the region and offer great complexity. It takes two to tango and these drams are up for the task!
Cask No. 7.145- Park bench assignation Date distilled: September 2003 Cask: First-fill barrel Age: 12 years Alcohol: 58.5% Region: Speyside
Cask No. 39.132 - Flowers pressed in wood Date distilled: June 2000 Cask: Virgin oak butt, heavy toast medium char Age: 15 years Alcohol: 58.6% Region: Speyside