James E. Pepper

Independent Bottlings

That Boutique-y Whisky Company


Posted 20 December 2019

Boutique-y released three separate bottlings from James E. Pepper – the new name for the Henry Clay distillery which reopened in 2017 after a near 60 year silent period. Each one a rye based spirit finished in a different final cask – oloroso, ale and in the case of Door number 18 of the 2019 Advent calendar – Pedro Ximenez. The expressions vary between 3-4 years, ergo, have been sourced by the James E. Pepper team rather than produced by them. The Boutique-y’ release consists of 1,077 bottles at 50% ABV and a cost of £46.95 from Master of Malt.


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