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Here's how you can try sold out Torabhaig Legacy 2017 whisky

The Isle of Skye distillery released its inaugural whisky in February 2021.

Published: May 17, 2021
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The Torabhaig Legacy 2017 is a peated dram that sold out in record time - with fans awaiting the next release from the Isle of Skye distillery.

Those keen to try it can sign up to Craft Whisky Club's latest tasting event, which is being hosted by global brand manager of Torabhaig, Bruce Perry on Thursday 20 May.

The guided tasting will take participants, whether knowledgeable whisky drinkers or newcomers to the scene, on a journey from inception to bottling.

Bruce will discuss the methods, ingredients and flavours which have brought these whiskies to life.

The virtual event is an ideal evening for those keen to learn more about whisky, as well as giving attendees the chance to try this sold out expression.

Craft Whisky Club have put together a special tasting set containing 5 x 3cl samples; one 2017 Torabhaig inaugural release and four private bottlings from Mossburn Distillers & Blenders.

All the samples in the tasting set have been selected to demonstrate a real range of exciting and innovative whisky making methods and flavour profiles.

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Bruce Perry will be talking through all five liquids along with providing background on the Torabhaig Distillery and the very sought-after inaugural release.

Torabhaig Legacy 2017 was released to Craft Whisky Club members last month, and was a real scoop for the company as the initial release sold out almost instantly.

With coastal peat and island aromas such as salt, seaweed and limestone on the nose, the pale copper gold of this whisky takes influence from its surrounding and heritage to create a strong profile of peat, alongside aromatic herbs, peaches, vanilla and roasted almonds. 

The tasting packs are available to purchase for both members and non-members directly from the site here. 

This special Tasting Pack includes a virtual ticket to the event and is priced at £30.

Anyone can purchase a tasting pack (if based in the UK), or members can join to hear all about Torabhaig and Mossburn whilst tasting from their own bottle of Torabhaig.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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