From Mark Gillespie in the New Update section of his WhiskyCast website (link below).
The Good Company
The Arran Malt 16 year old; The Balblair 1990 Islay Cask 1466 and The Whisky Exchange second single cask bottling from GlenDronach, ex Pedro Ximenez sherry puncheon, November of 1995.
Very good company indeed.
“NEW RELEASES FROM ARRAN, BALBLAIR, THE TWEEDDALE BLEND, & GLENDRONACH
Alasdair Day’s Tweeddale Blend took top honors in the recent World Whisky Awards for Best Blended Scotch 12 Years and Under, and is preparing to release his third batch of the whisky created by his great-grandfather, Richard Day. Batch #3 will feature an 18-year-old grain whisky matured in a sherry butt, up from 15 years old in Batch #2.
Batch #3 will also be the first Tweeddale Blend to be released in North America. Unlike the previous two releases, only 300 bottles will be available in the UK, with 1,200 bottles going to Canada for the LCBO provincial stores in Ontario as part of their “Distilled Treasures” range”.