The Angels' Share of Glendronach Revival 15 Year Old - Limited Edition

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Introducing our newest limited edition Whisky Angel which has been hand filled with Grendronach Revival 15 year old and is presented on its own oak stand with tartan inlay. 

The Angel's exclusive design, featuring Glendronach green wings and a golden halo, has been inspired by the packaging of this discontinued and sought after Scotch Whisky.  

Established in 1826 the distillery of Glendronach is situated in the Forgue Valley in Aberdeenshire and is named after the water source; the Dronac Burn. This whisky was released in 2014 to mark the change over of ownership.  Revival 15-year-old is 100% matured in sherry casks and the tasting notes include; treacle toffee, coffee, chocolate with nutty and vanilla notes.

Each of the Glendronach Revival Whisky Angels is individually numbered on the base, comes with a card of authentication and is presented in a luxurious gift box.

What a unique gift the Glendronach Angel would make for someone - get yours before they're all gone or end up in Auction.

BOTTLE  IS NOT INCLUDED! This product is not intended for consumption. It is an ornamental whisky collectable. 

The Angels' Share Whisky Angel is a truly unique piece of hand blown glass. Every single angel is uniquely designed to hold whisky through a secret process, known only to the highly skilled craftsmen who have created it.

Holding 25ml of Scotch whisky, this remarkable design and craftsmanship allows the spirit to be captured in molten glass without combusting.

Approximately 70mm in height, the angel is beautifully boxed in a red box and comes complete with a delightful story.

A true legend in Scotland's whisky making history, "The Angels' Share" is a term for the measure of a distilled spirit's volume that is lost to evaporation whilst the whisky is maturing in its cask or barrel.

The whisky is not for drinking and is completely sealed, so you can keep your favourite dram forever.  After all, "it's not your whisky, it's the angel's share".


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