Glenglassaugh 46-Year-Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Scotch is generally considered a cold-weather drink, so it's surprising to hear of one inspired by a beach. Yet that's the case with Glenglassaugh's 46-Year-Old Single Malt, which draws from the distillery's coastal location of Sandend Bay. This release was distilled in 1975, well before the company shut down in 1986. Following its resurrection in 2009 and subsequent sale to Jack Daniel's parent company Brown-Forman, master blender Rachel Barrie selected this single bourbon barrel-aged liquid for release, partly for its flavors of tropical fruit, menthol, and grapefruit. Only 215 hand-numbered bottles will be available, arriving at select US retailers in May.

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