Inver House Distillers has released a 2000 vintage of its anCnoc single malt Scotch whisky, matured at the Knockdhu Distillery in Banffshire.
Just 1,000 cases of the limited edition have been produced for select markets and will be rolled out this month.
The 46% abv expression has been matured in ex-Sherry butts and ex-Bourbon barrels, and is non-chill-filtered and non-coloured.
Stephanie Bridge, assistant brand manager for anCnoc, said: “The unique taste portfolio of the vintage 2000 is set to be a hit with malt enthusiasts everywhere. Releasing the next vintage in the anCnoc collection marks the end of a very exciting spring and summer for the brand.
“I’m confident that the exclusive expression will be a welcome addition to anyone’s malt collection.”
Earlier this year the brand introduced its peated collection with four bottlings demonstrating different peat strengths.