Edinburgh-based bottler, Tri Carragh, has launched its second independent bottling release of single malts.
The trio of single-cask Highland whiskies includes a Glen Garioch 14-year-old bottled at 53.4% (RSP £99.50), an Ardmore 17-year-old (ABV 55.3%, RSP £107.50) and a 31-year-old Jura (ABV 47.8%, RSP £325).
UK retailers set to stock Tri Carragh’s new release include Aberdeen Whisky Shop, Hard to Find Whiskies, Good Spirits Co, Billingtons, Tyndrum Whisky (Green Welly Stop), Fairview Wines, Jeffery Street, and St Andrews Wine Company, along with new stockist, Dunkeld Whisky Box.
Co-founder of Tri Carragh, Ryan McCafferty, commented: “We’re thrilled to have launched our second independent release of authentic, single-malt Scotch whisky. The first release was incredibly well received, and it’s been a joy to see the response from customers and stockists alike.
“With this second release, we’ve gone even further in our quest to find exceptional casks that showcase the best of Scotch whisky. We can’t wait for people to taste it and experience the journey we’ve been on to bring it to their glass.
“This second release contains whisky produced at different distilleries and of different ages compared to the first release. In addition, the bottles are all from the same region, ‘Highland’, but are very unique.”