The Last Drop Releases 50-Year-Old Blended Scotch Whisky

The Last Drop, announced the limited inaugural release of its 50 Year Old Signature Blended Scotch Whisky.

Created by Master Blender Colin J.P. Scott, the release is limited to just 500 bottles worldwide. The whiskey is a blend of malt and grain Scotch whiskies, all of which have aged at least 50 years. Many of them were finished in bourbon and sherry casks.

The 22nd release from the brand, The Last Drop 50 Year Old Signature Blended Scotch Whisky marks the brand’s evolution from rare spirit hunting into creation as the debut from its Signature Blend Series. Future expressions will be created in partnership with “The Assembly,” a coalition of industry experts that includes Scott, Drew Mayville, master blender & director of quality, Sazerac Company, Richard Seale, master distiller & blender, Foursquare Rum, Louise McGuane, owner & bonder, JJ Corry Irish Whiskey, Michael D’Souza, master distiller & blender, Paul John Indian Whisky and Denis Lahouratate, cellar master, Domaine de Sazerac, Cognac.

The Last Drop 50 Year Old Signature Blended Scotch Whisky will be available in the United States at an SRP of $4,250 (including VAT) via and fine spirits retailers.

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