Its 12-year-old malt (rrp £39.99) has been finished in port wood, giving it a “coppery pale rosé colour and handsome port and whisky balance on the palate”, according to brand development director Duncan Baldwin.
A 14-year-old version (rrp £42.99) has been finished in oloroso sherry wood.
There is also a 21-year-old edition (rrp £55.99).
“We believe we offer across these three new product releases a taste to meet the most discerning of whisky lovers preferences,” Baldwin added.
The new whiskies are available now in limited quantities.