Berry Bros launches own-label whisky collection

23 March, 2018

Berry Bros & Rudd has announced the launch of a new selection of own-label whiskies.

Four blended malt whiskies, each designed to represent the epitome of a classic style of Scotch, will join the recently relaunched Berry Bros & Rudd London Dry Gin to form ‘The Classic Range’.

The newcomers include an Islay and Speyside as well as the distinctive cask styles of Sherry and Peat.

Each expression has been hand-blended by Berry Bros & Rudd’s Spirits Buyer, Doug McIvor and Brands Heritage Director, Ronnie Cox.

McIvor said: “For excellence, I look for balance and complexity, maturity and texture. Equally, age is not king: maturity counts for much more.”

Cox added: “The name Berry Bros & Rudd in connection with wine and spirits means liquid in a bottle which exudes ever-trustworthy quality and flavour. It was with these values that Dougie and I assembled this range – a hugely enjoyable task. The result is a variety of top quality blended malts, not only delivering what they say on the label but a ‘go-to’ to suit a variety of palates and moods.”

The Classic Range includes: Speyside Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, Sherry Cask Matured Blended Malt Scotch Whisky and Peated Cask Matured Blended Malt Scotch Whisky. Each 70cl bottle is priced at £32.




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