A stunning collection of Janet Sheed Roberts' bottles - the Hazelwood Collection.
Janet Sheed Roberts was the last surviving grand child of William Grant, who founded the Glenfiddich and Balvenie dynasty. To mark her 90th birthday, the company's Master Blender selected 90 casks to make a blend to celebrate that occasion.
Ten years later a further 10 casks were chosen and added to the previous casks. She died, aged 110, in 2012
This Hazelwood Centennial Reserve was released as a limited edition of 2001 bottles. 70cl 40%
Hazelwood 105 The first official bottling of single malt Kininvie. First fill sherry, bottled 1st August 2006 in celebration of the 105th birthday of Janet Sheed Roberts
Bottled: 01. 08. 2006
Age: 15 year old
Cask Type: Sherry
52.5% ABV / 70cl
Bottle Number: 1319
Hazelwood Reserve 107 The rarest of the four Janet Sheed Roberts' bottlings. The first public official bottling of single malt Kininvie. Sherry matured and released in 2008 in celebration of the 107th birthday of Janet Sheed Roberts; Granddaughter of William Grant.
The bottle is numbered and signed by the Malt Master David Stewart. Bottle no 369. Distilled date, 9th August 1990, in cask date 10th August 1990. Out of cask date 28th February 2008.
70cl and bottled at 52.5% alc/vol 105 proof
Hazelwood 110 Employees of William Grant were again given a stunning bottle of whisky to celebrate the 110th birthday of Janet Sheed Roberts, who was born on August 13th,1901.
Janet, who was known as 'Wee Janie' to family and friends, was the last surviving granddaughter of William Grant, who founded Glenfiddich Distillery in 1886.
It has been named Hazelwood 110. Only 1600 bottles made, and only presented to Grants' employees.
It comes in a special white box,contains an envelope with 12 black and white pictures of Janet's life, a letter with her life story and full details of the nosing and tasting details.
The fourth in a series of special bottlings to mark Janet's 100th, 105th, 107th and 110th birthdays.
55%ABV / 70cl