A limited and coveted bottle from Springbank, distilled to celebrate their return to distilling after suspending production for a while. ODD is an acronym selected from a competition on their website - Original. Distinct. Defiant. This one is 12 years old and was matured in a light rum cask.
An old bottling of Glendronach 12 year old, in the incredibly sought after dumpy bottle presentation. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s, the decade when a visitor's centre was opened at Glendronach.
A limited edition release of Aberlour's heavily sherried A'bunadh. This special edition was aged for a minimum of 12 years and produced in a bottle with a hallmarked sterling silver label and cloth bag.
Balmenach's entry in the Flora and Fauna range, from the days when it was owned by United Distillers (who later became Diageo). Increasingly rare and as of 2011 the only official bottling to appear from the distillery. Hopefully new owners Inver House will remedy this soon.
Willie Bremner is the Macallan estate 'Ghillie', whose job it is to manage the Macallan fishing beat on the river Spey; the stated aim of this bottling is to support the restocking of the river, which seems slightly at odds with the free gift of two fly-fishing lures with which it comes.
A 1968 vintage Dallas Dhu from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range. The distillery closed in 1983 and is now a museum of distillation run by Historic Scotland.