Now is Your Chance to Get Whistle Pig’s Oldest and Rarest Whiskey
Thought you missed your chance to grab Whistle Pig’s 18-year double malt rye whiskey? Now’s your chance to get your hands on a bottle from their second edition. Whistle Pig is releasing a small reserve of their greatly sought-after double malt rye for a limited time only.
Whistle Pig’s oldest whiskey to date has aged almost two decades and originally debuted in 2019. It was a very well-received bottle and highly coveted due to the exclusivity of the release.
However, don’t let the collector’s appeal or steep price tag put you off. It’s definitely worth a shot. Not only is it highly ranked with a Whiskey Raiders, but The bottle also comes with a bespoke glass topper, handmade in Vermont, as well as being certified kosher rye.
Whistle Pig partnered with Simon Pearce to create the custom glass stopper. It is custom-made for the 18yr Double Malt Rye bottle created in Burlington, Vermont’s art district. Each stopper is unique, having been pressed by hand, but it’s not only art; it’s also historical. The press used to make each stopper is made from one of the last remaining 19th-century glass pressing machines. It’s an antique machine rescued from a historic factory, according to the Whistle Pig Website.
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Lastly, don’t hesitate to purchase this prestigious and show-stopping rye whiskey. If we learned anything from their initial release, they go fast.