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Scottish leading family-owned, family-managed distiller, blender and bottler Douglas Laing & Co today announced the release of SCALLYWAG YEAR OF THE OX LIMITED EDITION.
Out of a total 1,688 bottles for the entire world, only 300 have been allocated to Singapore.
wineguru.com.sg has secured 8 bottles just for you.
The normal Recommended Retail Price is $188 per bottle.
We are, instead, offering it to you at a Special Festive Price of just $150 and less another 8% discount.
So, instead of $188, you only pay $138 NETT!!
In order to enjoy this Special Festive Price, you need to order any one set of the following specials:
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SCALLYWAG YEAR OF THE OX LIMITED EDITION is made up of a handful of the finest Speyside Single Malts including The Macallan, Mortlach, Inchgower, and Glenrothes.
It is matured 100% in Sherry cask which had been used previously to age Oloroso and Pedro Ximinéz Sherries.
The deep amber colour is entirely natural.
To preserve its complex flavours and exquisite taste, SCALLYWAG YEAR OF THE OX LIMITED EDITION is bottled without chill-filtration and at 48% alcohol.
Second generation and Chairman of the family business Fred Laing has this to say.
“We see huge value in limited edition releases such as this Year of the Ox bottling, which serves to introduce Scallywag to a new audience. Not to mention the fun we have in creating the Whisky itself and the packaging!”
SCALLYWAG YEAR OF THE OX LIMITED EDITION makes for a great toast and an auspicious gift in the YEAR OF THE OX.
On the nose, anticipate an indulgent character, showing juicy plums, warming spices and dark chocolate. On the palate savour rich, fruity blackcurrants, charred oak and a sweet nuttiness. The finish is satisfyingly long, replicating all that went before.
The Chinese couplet – 寒從春雪消 and 福逐夏雲興– on the label and gift box translates as Coldness Goes with the Spring Snow and Luck Comes with the Summer Clouds respectively. Scallywag is the name of Fred Laing’s beloved terrier.