A 1970s bottling of Lagavulin at 12 years old bottled by "White Horse Distillers". This is a reference to the Lagavulin sharing the same ownership as the White Horse blend, of which Lagavulin is a major constituent part.
A 12 year old official bottling of the ultra rare Ladyburn. Not a distillery per se, Ladyburn was produced from a set of pot stills in a corner of Girvan grain distillery. They were only operational for 9 years (from 1966 to 1975), making this one of the shortest lived single malts to come from Scotland. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.
A rare special bottling of Macallan 12 year old. This was bottled for British Aerospace, with label and box carrying a specially commissioned picture of a BAe Jetstream, a turboprop plane which made its first test flight in 1980, therefore we can surmise that this was bottled in that decade.
A very rare blended whisky produced by Bowmore for their Bicentenary in the 1970s. This was only produced to be served at Bowmore's Bicentenary Luncheon, and we believe only a handful of bottles survived, possibly as few as 12.