Usquebaugh Society 25th Anniversary bottling

This is an announcement for a big-ass bottle share.

The club I’m in, the Usquebaugh Society, is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. To commemorate such a joyous occasion we have bottled a single cask Glen Garioch 25 years old, from 1990, just like our club.

It has matured for the full quarter of a century in a bourbon cask before being bottled by David Stirk.

It’s a Glen Garioch fully going for the slightly buttery, salted caramel experience. Like an alcoholic Caramac bar. On the palate licorice is added, with pepper and toffee. The finish continues this, with a focus on spices leading up to even pine resin.

Since it’s just out I’ve got an infinite number of samples available, but if things go as planned, that will diminish quickly.

The bottle is selling for only € 99 each (for a cask strength 25 year old single cask Glen Garioch!) and a sample starts at € 15 for 10 cl. Of course, samples can be larger (if you like 7 liters, that can be arranged, so to say).

Who’s game?

PS: I also can arrange for a bottle share of numerous bottles of last year’s club bottling. That was a kick-ass 6.5 years old Dutch rye whisky by Zuidam Distillers. (at € 7.50 for 10cl)

About Sjoerd de Haan-Kramer

I'm very interested in booze, with a focus on whisky. I like to listen to loads of music and play lots of Magic: the Gathering, and board games too. I'm married to Anneke, have two daughters Ot and Cato, a son Moos and a cat called Kikker (which means Frog, in Dutch). I live in Krommenie, The Netherlands.
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3 Responses to Usquebaugh Society 25th Anniversary bottling

  1. Shai says:

    Bottle please

  2. Chris Chen says:

    I’d be interested in two bottles if you can ship it to Hong Kong

  3. Pingback: Photo bombing: The Usquebaugh Society’s 25th Anniversary party | Malt Fascination

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