The Living Cask is a release by Loch Fyne inspired by George Saintsbury's influential 'Notes on a Cellar-Book' published in 1920. In it, Saintsbury describes how to create a solera-style system, or living cask, within your own cellar. This particular offering, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Loch Fyne Whiskies in Inverary, is based on a passage from the book: 'A friend of mine from Oxford days, now dead, held some mixed Clyne Lish and Glenlivet to be the best whisky he had ever drunk.'
This release contains:
Brora - distilled 21st November 1981
& Glenlivet - distilled 10th March 1976.
Married 17th December 2002, bottled 10th September 2003.
No.258 of 300 bottles.
Bottled at cask-strength 59% ABV, 75cl.