The 3rd cask of Benromach bottled by The Scotch Malt Whisky Society. This was an interesting time for the distillery. Distilled under the ownership of United Distillers (later to become Diageo), a year before the distillery was mothballed, and bottled a year after new owners Gordon & Macphail had bought it, but three years before it reopened.
An increasingly hard to find bottling, as it was discontinued a while back, from the closed and now redeveloped Rosebank distillery. A victim of the early 1990s downturn in the whisky market and producer of some beautiful whiskies. MAXIMUM 1 BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER.
An old bottling of Dalmore at 12 years old. This carries a beautiful gold and black label and was bottled for the Italian market in, we estimate, the 1980s. Dalmore was home to the Royal Navy from 1917-1920 when they used the distillery to make American mines.
An old bottling of Glendullan's 12 year old. This seems to be the age the owners believe is best for the distillery's spirit, as they have hardly released any official bottlings at any other age. We estimate this dates from the 1980s.
A special bottling of Glenmorangie to commemorate our progression into the 21st century, this is made up of only whisky from first fill casks, giving a more fuller flavoured whisky than the regular 12 year old. Highly rated and increasingly rare.
An old bottling of 12 years old Glenturret released for the Italian market. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s, a decade that saw then owners Remy Cointreau take over the distillery with a great deal of investment.
An old distillery bottling of Glenturret 12 year old. Most of the distillery's production is used as a base for the Famous Grouse blended whisky. The 12 year old was the distillery's standard release at the time of production, which we estimate was the 1980s, although it was replaced with a 10 year old in 2003.