Glenrothes unveils second Exclusive Single Cask Series bottling at Heathrow

By Andrew Pentol |


Just 274 bottles of The Glenrothes Exclusive Single Cask Series are available in World Duty Free and World of Whiskies stores across all terminals at London Heathrow Airport.

The Glenrothes has unveiled the second release from its Exclusive Single Cask Series to be bottled exclusively for World Duty Free and London Heathrow International Airport.

Just 274 bottles of this release (pictured below) are available in World Duty Free shops and specialist World of Whiskies stores across all Heathrow terminals. The recommended selling price for World Duty Free is £185 ($243).

Drawn from a bourbon-seasoned American oak cask, #8190, filled on 21 June 1999 and bottled at cask strength of 54.4% ABV, the 19-year-old Exclusive Single Cask Edition selected for World Duty Free at Heathrow is presented in individually numbered bottles. The whisky offers notes of aromatic spices and rich cherries.

The-Glenrothes-HeathrowJeremy Speirs, Managing Director, Edrington Europe, Middle East & Africa Travel Retail commented: “Based on the incredible response to the launch of our first Exclusive Single Cask for World Duty Free, it’s clear that this format resonates strongly with consumers seeking out unique, collectible products in travel retail. We’re delighted to partner once again with World Duty Free and present the second exclusive bottling of The Glenrothes in its excellent World of Whiskies stores.”

David de Miguel, Global Head of Liquor, Dufry added: “Following the huge success of the first Exclusive Single Cask release earlier this year, we anticipate that the second release will generate an equally strong interest among whisky consumers. This unique type of product generates real excitement in our stores and underscores our mission to provide travellers with the opportunity to take home exceptional products.”



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