A female-inspired Johnnie Walker bottle, the ‘world’s oldest’ Irish single malt and a rum finished in smoky whisky casks are name-checked in our round-up of last month’s headline-grabbing spirits launches.

In February, Fusion Whisky unveiled a Dutch-Scotch blend inspired by Elizabeth Stuart, the Queen of Bohemia, while Diageo caused controversy with the launch of a female-inspired iteration of its Johnnie Walker Black Label bottle, called The Jane Walker Edition.

Havana Club unveiled a whisky cask-finished rum as part of its annual Tributo Collection, and Glendalough Distillery launched what it claims is the first Irish whiskey finished in Japanese mizunara oak.

Click through the following pages to explore our full round-up of top spirits launches in February.

Which new spirits products caught your eye last month? If we’ve missed your favourite, let us know in the comments below.