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The Perfect Fifth Debuts Four Scotch Whiskies

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Miami-based bottler, The Perfect Fifth has released four Scotch whiskies – a Highland Park 1987, single grain whisky Cambus 1976, a 25-year-old Springbank 1993 and a 27-year-old Glen Scotia 1992.

The Perfect Fifth Highland Park 1987 was bottled at 47.1% alcohol by volume [94.1 proof] and is said to contain notes of licorice, smoke and sugar. Only 185 bottles of The Perfect Fifth Highland Park 1987 have been released and are being made available for $3,000 per bottle.

The Perfect Fifth Springbank 1993 was aged in a first-fill sherry hogshead, bottled at 52.3% alcohol by volume [104.6 proof] and is said to contain notes of apricots, pears and spice. Only 522 bottles of The Perfect Fifth Springbank 1993 are being offered for $1,500 per bottle.

The Perfect Fifth Cambus 1976 was bottled at 57.6% [115.2 proof] and is said to contain notes of oak and spice. Only 138 bottles of Cambus 1976 are being made available for $1,250 per bottle.

The Perfect Fifth Glen Scotia 1992 was bottled at 45.9% alcohol by volume and is said to contain notes of cocoa and smoke. The Perfect Fifth Glen Scotia 1992 is being made available $850 per bottle.

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