Singularly old

Limited Edition of 117 set to go on sale
The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky will reveal its oldest ever release, the first in the Paragon of Time Collection: a 53-Year-Old 1964 Vintage.

With only 117 bottles drawn from a single oak hogshead cask from the Dufftown distillery, the special release is the rarest expression of The Singleton in existence.

The Singleton 53-Year-Old will be presented in a crystal decanter and housed in a wooden presentation case, and a piece of the original casks will be incorporated into the design. The 117, one of a kind, collectable bottles will also be delivered accompanied by a signed certificate of ownership from The Singleton’s Master of Malts Maureen Robinson.

To bring the concept of “Paragon of Time” to life, The Singleton has partnered with internationally acclaimed artist Mr. Cai Zhi Song, winner of The Taylor Prize at the Paris Autumn Salon, to create a sculpture inspired by the first release in the series. Known as the ‘Time Sculptor’, Cai has blended his own understanding of time and experiences into the artwork.

The Singleton of Dufftown 53-Year-Old will retail at £26,400 per 70cl and is bottled at 40.6% ABV. The release will be a limited edition of only 117 bottles and will be available for purchase at specialty retailers this Autumn.