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Glencadam Distillery has relaunched its 18 Years Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

The Glencadam 18 Years Old Single Malt (RSP £145) is bottled at 46%, at natural colour and is non-chill filtered, echoing previous bottlings. Crafted by Master Distiller Robert Fleming, the single malt is matured in hand-selected American oak ex-bourbon casks.

The distillery, located in the town of Brechin, Angus, was mothballed between 1999 and 2003, which led to Glencadam 18 Years Old being unavailable in recent years.

New inventory is now available, and Robert Fleming said: “It’s great to have the expression back. Beautifully balanced and creamy, it’s clear to see why there is such demand for Glencadam 18 Years Old Single Malt.

“With refined aromas of Glencadam’s signature tropical fruits and spice on the nose, the palate is complex and fruity giving way to a smooth, warm and long-lasting finish.”

The reintroduced Glencadam 18 Years Old is a permanent line extension for the range, bridging the gap between the multi-award-winning 15 Years Old and the oldest expression in the brand’s core range, the 25 Years Old.