An old bottle of Tormore 10 year old. A relatively young distillery in Scotch terms, it was only founded in 1958 and production began in 1960, at a time when the Scotch whisky industry was booming. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.
A single cask bottling from The Scotch Malt Whisky Society of whisky from distillery 56, Coleburn, now closed. Distilled in 1984, the year before the distillery ceased to operate for good, and matured for 10 years.
A rare bottling of Macallan 10 year old. The special back label indicates this bottle was gifted by the BP Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) as thanks for Health, Safety & Environmental performance during the commissioning of their oil rig. A true collector's item.
The 6th cask of Coleburn that The Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottled and one of only nine they ever did. This was distilled just a year before the distillery closed for good and is therefore a real piece of history.
An interesting distillery bottling from Glen Mhor, formerly of Inverness and now closed and demolished. It's a 10 year old whisky presented in a bottle that looks alarmingly close to a modern Isle of Jura bottle...
A very rare 1960s original bottling of Strathisla 10 year-old dating from the 1960s, complete with the original label still used by Gordon & Macphail for their modern bottlings of the whisky distilled in this era.