Glenfiddich has launched a limited-edition, 30-year-old single malt to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its visitor centre in Scotland, UK.

Called Glenfiddich Rare Collection Cask No. 20050, the product will be available for £1,600 ($2,000). A total of 200 bottles have been released.

This rare single cask whisky was matured in American oak hogshead barrels that were filled on Christmas Day in 1987.

Glenfiddich malt master Brian Kinsman said: “This whisky, is inspired by the 1969 bottling gifted to VIP guests at the original visitor centre opening.

“Thirty years old, it is a true connoisseur’s choice with a host of seductive flavours and subtle aromas.

“Walnut in colour, on the nose, you’ll discover rich Christmas cake, woody spice and warm dried fruits, hints of cinnamon, antique leather and coffee grind with a subtle citrus note enveloped in vanilla sweetness.”

The drink has a smooth texture and a sweet, spicy flavour.

Kinsman added: “The oak tannin creates an intriguing balance of sweet and dry with a luxurious mouth coating oiliness. All culminating in a long-lasting, sweet oakiness; a rare and golden whisky experience to share and enjoy.”

Glenfiddich Rare Collection Cask No. 20050 is available at the distillery visitor centre and online.

The visitor centre in Dufftown opened in 1969 and has been described as the first-of-its-kind for the Scotch whisky industry. Founder William Grant hand-built the facility in 1887.

Last year, over two million people visited distilleries in Scotland, according to the Scotch Whisky Association.