A landmark bottle in collaboration with Walking With The Wounded

Posted by Press Team

23 May 2024


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England’s oldest registered whisky distillery The English Distillery and Norfolk charity Walking with the Wounded have come together to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day with the launch of an incredibly special commemorative bottle.

Bottled by hand at its Norfolk distillery, the single malt whisky has been expertly aged in a perfect marriage of ex-bourbon casks and virgin oak casks. Limited to only 1200 bottles, this beautiful decanter can be treasured for years to come as a special keepsake of this momentous occasion. £2 from every bottle will be donated directly to this wonderful cause, which leads the way in developing and delivering best-in-class services in veterans' support.

Joel Oxberry, Chief Operating Officer at Walking With The Wounded, said: “I think it’s pretty cool that the whisky, a spirit in its own right of course, now embodies a spirit of solidarity and support. The English Whisky Co’s D-Day 80th commemorative bottle not only honours history, but also champions the future, aiding Walking with the Wounded in its mission to help veterans thrive in life following military service.”