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Singleton Reveals 38-Year-Old Secondary Aged Single Malt


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Singleton has released a 38-year-old secondary aged single malt whisky.

The Singleton 38-Year-Old was originally aged 12 years then underwent an additional 26-year secondary maturation in a selection of experimental casks of ex-Bourbon, Pedro Ximénez Oloroso-seasoned casks and new American oak casks before being bottled at 49.6% alcohol by volume [99.2 proof] and is said to contain notes of red apple, mango and caramel fudge.

Only 1,689 bottles of The Singleton 38-Year-Old are being made available worldwide for $2760 per bottle.

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