King’s Inch Single Malt Whisky – Sherry Edition


Extra special Single Cask edition of King’s Inch Single Malt Whisky

To mark the first anniversary of King’s Inch’s launch, they released King’s Inch Sherry Edition. It has spent 7 years maturing in a single Oloroso Sherry Butt with only 586 bottles have been produced. The core bottling of King’s Inch is a marriage of Single Malts matured in both ex-Oloroso Sherry and Tennessee Bourbon casks.

What does King’s Inch Single Malt Sherry Edition taste like?

Just as you would expect from a sherry edition, it smells of Christmas! A cliche perhaps, but it does. Not as strong as it could be, but that works – you get the whisky with a hint of sherry and not overpowered by the sherry cask. It has the sweetness of sherry with warm wintery spice notes.

The Single Cask expression retails at £75 and is available to purchase from selected retailers across the UK, and from the King’s Inch website ( )




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