Two Cù Bòcan limited editions released

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2003 and 1990 limited editions Cù Bòcan released

Cù Bòcan has added two more limited edition single malts to the range with the launch of 2003 and 1990 vintage releases.

The 2003 vintage limited edition Cù Bòcan (aged 15 years old) has been bottled at a strength of 46% and sits alongside the standard edition. It has been matured in peated Islay ex-Sherry butts.

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The special 1990 vintage release was distilled on 17 October 1990 and has been matured in peated Islay ex-Bourbon barrels. A strength of 52.9% with smoky, tropical fruits and warm spice notes.

Only 1,400 bottles are available worldwide with a price of £230.00 a bottle.

The 2003 vintage will be priced at £85.00.

What’s your favourite whisky? Like something smokey? Smooth? Let us know, Mr Foodie is always looking for suggestions 🥃

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