The evolution of the portfolio has been introduced across its Bunnahabhain 12 year old, Tobermory 10 Year Old, Ledaig 10 Year Old and a new addition, Deanston Virgin Oak.
The launch comes as Burn Stewart Distillers announce another successful financial year, with sales in Asia-Pacific growing from £7.8m to £10.4m. Growing gross margins also contributed to a doubling of pre-tax profit to £1.3 million. The company has seen a strong performance by all brands in key markets, where the un-chillfiltered malts will also be available.
This move is in line with the vision of Burn Stewart Distillers' Master Blender, Ian MacMillan. Ian comments: 'Whisky spends all those years maturing in the casks, developing the aroma and flavour. By un-chillfiltering, nothing is taken away or added so whisky lovers can enjoy the whisky at its very best, giving them a better whisky experience. Each dram retains a depth of flavour, allowing the gentle, subtle notes of the malt to come through, providing a purer taste, nose and appearance.'
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