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‘Ultra-Rare Range’ of 7 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies Aged 21 Years or Older Added to Pernod Ricard’s Secret Speyside Collection

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Pernod Ricard has added seven expressions to the Secret Speyside range. (Photo: Pernod Ricard)

Global spirits giant Pernod Ricard last week announced the launch of seven rare single cask scotch whiskies from its Secret Speyside range. The new additions, like the rest of the series, are available exclusively in global travel retail, according to the Moodie Davitt Report.

Each whisky in the new release is aged between 21 and 27 years and come from one of four distilleries in Scotland’s Speyside region: Longmorn, Glen Keith, Braes of Glenlivet and the “vanished” — a dramatic word for closed — Caperdonich. Caperdonich was shuttered by Pernod Ricard in 2002.

These latest additions to the series were matured in seven American Oak casks, some of which were first-fill.

“The result is a series of seven rare and distinctive new flavour profiles that can never be repeated, perfect for collectors and expertly curated for curious connoisseurs,” Pernod Ricard said, according to the Moodie Davitt Report.

The Secret Speyside range first launched to global travel retail locations across 25 markets in 2019. The goal of the series is to highlight rare single malts from Speyside’s hidden distilleries.

“The ultra-rare range of Single Cask Editions fuse the rich heritage and unique characteristics derived from the four celebrated and elusive distilleries at the heart of the revered region of Speyside, presenting travel retail shoppers with a unique opportunity to explore and collect new and rarer treasures,” Pernod Ricard Global Travel Retail Vice President of Marketing Liya Zhang said.

The New Secret Speyside Whiskies and Where to Find Them

Secret Speyside Caperdonich Peated 1996: Exclusive to Frankfurt Airport at a suggested retail price of $1,050
Secret Speyside Caperdonich Unpeated 1996: Exclusive to Dufry, Heathrow Airport at a suggested retail price of $1,050
Secret Speyside Braes of Glenlivet 1992: Exclusive to Dubai Duty Free, DXB at a suggested retail price of $990
Secret Speyside Glen Keith 1998: Exclusive to China Duty Free Group, Shanghai Pudong Airport at a suggested retail price of $450
Secret Speyside Glen Keith 1994: Exclusive to Duty Zero by cdf (CDFG/Lagardère), Hong Kong Airport at a suggested retail price of $760
Secret Speyside Longmorn 1998: Exclusive to Lotte Duty Free, Singapore Changi Airport at a suggested retail price of $480
Secret Speyside Longmorn 1995: Exclusive to Ever Rich Duty Free, Taoyuan Airport at a suggested retail price of $800

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David Morrow is the Editor In Chief of Whiskey Raiders and has been with the company since September 2021. David has worked in journalism since 2015 and has had bylines at Sports Illustrated, Def Pen, the Des Moines Register and the Quad City Times. David holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Saint Louis University and a Master of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. When he’s not tasting the newest exciting whiskey releases, David enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, watching sports and traveling.