WIN one of Annandale's most EXCLUSIVE bottles

May 20, 2019

WIN one of Annandale's most EXCLUSIVE bottles

Filled by Scottish rugby legend Doddie Weir in 2014, Cask #40 was the first cask of peated whisky to be produced here at Annandale Distillery in 99 years, since Johnnie Walker & Sons left in 1918.

Doddie Weir filling Cask #40 at Annandale Distillery

Broached on 1st December 2017 by Doddie himself, 99 bottles of fine single cask, single malt Scotch whisky were drawn from this historic cask and donated to the My Name'5 Doddie Foundation, helping raise valuable funds for research into motor neurone disease.

Doddie Weir at Annandale Distillery

The remaining bottles from Cask #40 are on sale at Annandale Distillery for £3200 each, and you now have the chance to win one of these spectacular collector’s pieces!

Individually numbered and presented in a bespoke wood and metal hand-crafted display box from Dumfries & Galloway’s Cameron-Smith Designs, this bottle is individually marked with cask and bottle number, and includes a unique booklet outlining Annandale’s history and flavour profile, plus a signed card from all Distillery staff at the time of the inaugural release, all delivered in a stunning velvet bag. (pictures coming soon)

To have a chance to win this once in a lifetime release, follow these simple and fun instructions...

The next time you are having your favourite dram, simply share with us what you’re having, by following the instructions below;

1. Find this post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram
2. SHARE this post,
3. TAG a friend,
4. COMMENT with HASHTAG #AnnandaleComp
and
5. HASHTAG what dram you're having!

And best of all you can enter as many times as you like!

So, try something new and tell us all about it!

Here's the small print:

  • Closing date for the competition will be 18.8.19.
  • By all means keep sharing, but entries received after midnight on 18th August 2019 won’t be included
  • You must be over 18 to enter
  • One winning entry will be selected by Distillery co-owner Prof. David Thomson