The Single Cask Release bottle for Nhs..

The Single Cask, Press Release, 15th August 2020
4 year old Inchfad bottled for the NHS with profits going to
Healthcare charities


Independent Bottler The Single Cask have bottled a unique single cask whisky and is
donating all profits to Healthcare charities.
The COVID crisis has been tough for everyone, and continues to present challenges. The
heroes of the hour are our NHS, healthcare, and frontline workers. They have, and
continue, to look after us all.
As soon as warehouses in Scotland opened again after lockdown, The Single Cask
decided to swing into action and bottle something special. They chose a unique single
cask Inchfad, distilled at Loch Lomond in the Highlands. Inchfad is rare today, with the
distillery itself no longer bottling this range. This heavily-peated single malt scotch
whisky is renowned for its soft fruit and malt notes.
The Single Cask selected a four year old ex-bourbon cask, distilled in 2016. At cask
strength of 61.4% the whisky has been bottled in its natural colour and without
chill-filtration.
Tasting notes for this whisky are:
● Nose: barbecued, smokey pineapple with sweet malt, seasoned with white
pepper and cinnamon.
● Palate: soft tropical fruit in the form of pineapple and mango, with both the malt
character of the original spirit and the influence of the oak cask coming through,
together with a touch of white pepper and cinnamon.
● Finish: long and satisfying with elements from both nose and palate present –
smoked pineapple with malt, oak and wood spice.
All profits from the 197 bottles of this single cask expression will be donated by The
Single Cask to healthcare charities in recognition of, and in support of, their ongoing
efforts fighting COVID.
This 4 year old Inchfad bottled for the NHS is available to buy for £49 at
http://www.thesinglecask.co.uk/nhs
For further queries please contact Ed Leigh: ed@thesinglecask.co.uk

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