Two Rare New Single Malt Whiskys from Demijohn

We report on various luxury whiskys fairly frequently at Lussorian, and some of the prices for these special single malts have been staggering.

That`s fine, because the taste has always matched the price.

Now, we would like to tell you about two NEW malt whiskies. New whiskies of this calibre are a rare thing, but Demijohn have managed to acquire two new special casks of rare Single Malt Scotch Whisky – Linkwood and Bunnahabhain.

Demijohn, for those that are not in the know, is basically a liquid deli.

A fantastic concept!


The range of spirits offered by Demijohn is as impressive as their new product, The Highland and Island Stack.

At the top of the stack is a 12 year old Linkwood Single Malt Whisky (61.3%). A relatively unknown malt from Elgin. With a pleasant trace of sherried fruit on the nose, its obvious strength at 61.3% does not produce the anticipated fire in the throat but
rather a smooth, velvety malt with a pleasant after note of oak and roasted nuts.

On the bottom is a much richer malt – 18 year old Bunnahabhain Single Malt Whisky (46%) from Islay. Its unique taste of sweet honeyed nuts is delightfully smooth and a surprising move away from the traditional Islay peat smoke taste.

Demijohn Owner Angus Ferguson said: `We search high and low for superb, unusual single malt whiskies and after a shortage last year we have laid our hands on two exceptional drams. This Highland and Island Malt Stack makes a highly desirable present for any whisky lover or even better indulge yourself with two truly complex and endearing malts.`

The Highland and Island stack comprises two stacking 250ml Impilabile 250ml bottles and comes with a welcome price tag of £69.95.

My advice – get in there quick!

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