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Sazerac's The Last Drop Debuts 50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky (thewhiskeywash.com)

Sazerac's The Last Drop Debuts 50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky

The Last Drop, owned by Buffalo Trace parent Sazerac, has announced its 50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, created by Master Blender Colin J.P. Scott.

Scott has created a blend of malt and grain Scotch whiskies, all of which have aged for at least 50 years with this release. Over time, malt and grain whiskies were selected with special blends created to be secured in bourbon and sherry oak casks for further maturation. Final selections were made from these aged casks of malts, grains and aged blends, which were blended together to create this 50-year-old bottling.

“For centuries, Scotland’s finest malt and grain distilleries have been distilling unique spirits and laying them in casks for the future,” Scott said in a prepared statement. “Yet in my half-century career, this is only my second 50-year-old blend, as access to these exceptional liquids is rare. I’m immensely proud of the complexity of this whisky as well as its significance as my inaugural release as The Last Drop’s master blender and our first Signature Blend.”

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