Deanston unveils 40-year-old Highland single malt in a unique glass bottle from Allied

Deanston whisky bottle, manufactured by Allied

 

Deanston Distillery has recently launched a limited edition 40-year-old Highland single malt whisky in a superb new glass bottle from Allied.

 

The inspiration for this authentic looking pack is the distillery’s community roots and handcrafted identity, the stunning extra white flint bottle utilising a beautifully curved neck, rounded shoulders and intricate embossing on the heel to echo the traditional quality of the spirit and the rich history of Deanston. The whisky bottle is decorated with textured metal labels and secured by a wooden cork which features a recessed Deanston coin, which also harks back to the days of the cotton mill, when it was used as actual currency.

Jonathan Culley, Allied’s Sales Director, said:

“We are particularly proud to have assisted in the development of this stunning new glass bottle for Deanston as it gives this hugely exciting brand a pack which reflects its provenance and also creates unique stand out.”

The whisky itself is light amber in colour with Deanston’s distinctive notes of rich honey, tropical fruit, rich oak, sweet malt, vanilla fudge and a delicate hint of dried fruit. Less than 500 bottles of the single malt are being made available in whisky outlets worldwide.

 

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