Penderyn have announced the release of their popular Port Wood finish whisky in a single cask edition. Only 231 bottles of the Port Wood-matured Single Cask will be produced, and because the bottles contain whisky from specially selected cask No. PT72, their unique characteristics will remain distinctive and unmatched.
The whisky is bottled at a cask strength of 59% and is presented in a handmade American Oak box. Each bottle is hand labelled, numbered and individually signed by their director, Sian Whitelock. The bottle and box are finished in a cream stencilling.
£295.00 per bottle / 12 Bottles in stock / Sold on a first come basis.
As this is Rugby World Cup year we are delighted to announce the launch of Penderyn’s fourth in the series 'Icons of Wales' called simply 'That Try'.
That Try recounts the highlights of the match that took place on 27th January 1973 in a packed Cardiff Arms Park, when the All Blacks’ wing Bryan Williams kicked a high ball into the Barbarians twenty-two, little did he think that less than thirty astonishing seconds later the Baa-Baas would score the greatest try ever seen.
The edition, which features a specially commissioned drawing of Gareth on the black bottle, and comes in a handsome black and white box to match the famous Baa-baas kit, is a Peated Single Malt Whisky at 41% abv.
£45.00 per bottle / 24 Bottles in stock / Sold on a first come basis.