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Stirling Distillery Gives Birth To Twins – Sons Of Scotland


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Scotland-based Stirling Distillery – founded by the husband and wife team of June and Cameron McCann – has released their very first whiskies, a pair of single cask whiskies dubbed Sons of Scotland, each named after Stirling, Scotland-area distilleries that were operational during the 18th and early 19th century.

Stirling Distillery’s Sons of Scotland The Cashly and Sons of Scotland The Arngibbon were both matured in ex-bourbon hogsheads for eight years – with The Cashly distilled at a Highland distillery and The Arngibbon distilled at a Speyside distillery – then were both bottled at 46% alcohol by volume [92 proof]. The Cashly is said to contain notes of eucalyptus, green apple and pepper while The Arngibbon is said to contain notes of custard, peach and vanilla.

The Stirling Distillery’s The Cashly and The Arngibbon are both being made available for $70 per 700ml bottle.

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