New Cadenheads Small Batch Releases

Following last year’s 175th Anniversary series comes another tranche, this time, it’s Cadenhead's “Small Batch” collection. Famous as Scotland's oldest independent bottler, Cadenhead's releases are notable for emphasising individuality and purity. However, the best part is that the prices are usually nothing like what you’d be paying for equivalent official distillery bottlings. All of the whiskies are undiluted at their natural maturing strength. None are subject to any artificial processing such as chill filtering or the addition of caramel. While this is first and foremost an offer for serious whisky drinkers, the collector appeal is undeniable. Some big names and big age statements are up for grabs. As always, the Australian allocations are fairly meagre, so be quick on the draw.
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* For those puzzled by the '-Glenlivet' title on the labels, history suggests the use of the 'Glenlivet' suffix was a convention in earlier times as means of association with Speyside and / or the Glenlivet distillery's enviable reputation. Tamnavulin, Glen Moray, Speyburn and Tomintoul all still carry "-Glenlivet" in their registered names. However, the suffix is now only used on the labels of some independent bottlers. Why persist with this terminology? Mark Watt at Cadenheads simply says, "Using the original name of the distillery is something that we have always historically done".