AN Edinburgh hotel has collaborated with Scotland’s top curator of rare single-cask whiskies to produce a limited run.

Edinburgh’s Nira Caledonia is working with Adelphi Selection to provide guests with the opportunity to buy and sample exclusive and highly-collectable limited runs of Scotland’s spirit.

Its latest order consists of 24 bottles of highly-prized eight-year-old Caol Ila single malt from Islay – the hotel will be the only place in the world you can buy a full bottle.

Alex Bruce, managing director of Adelphi Selections, said: “It is groundbreaking for a hotel to be cherry-picking the very best limited-run whisky for its customers to buy, whether at the bar or by the self-branded bottle.

“It means that Nira Caledonia can offer truly rare whiskies that, in some cases, are not available anywhere else in the world.”

Nira Caledonia reopened its doors to the public following a £1.4 million intensive project to restore half of the hotel devastated by a fire in 2017.

The hotel’s general manager Chris Lynch said: “We see ourselves as being a hidden gem in Edinburgh’s hotel scene.

“By being boutique and independent, it means that we can be selective to pick the best suppliers who can deliver the optimum products and comforts for our guests.

“The relationship I have with Alex and Adelphi is a superb example of how we do things differently at Nira Caledonia.”