A bottle of the now discontinued Longmorn 15 year old, which was replaced by the 16 year old in 2007. A terrific full-blooded Speysider, oozing complexity with plenty of spice, sweet fruits, heather and balanced oak interplaying with the malt.
One of a trio of smartly-packaged special finish Isle of Juras: the 'Jura Paps', launched during the Feis Ile 2009 to celebrate the islands eponymous iconic mountains. Mountain of Gold has been finished in Pinot Noir casks.
Glenmorangie's 15 year old Fino Sherry finished whisky is a rare example of that type of sherry cask being used. Matured in American white oak for 13 years, it was then finished in the Fino butts for the last 2.
Macallan 15yo Fine Oak is matured in a combination of Bourbon & Sherry Oak Casks. This range has been around for a few years now and seems to have weathered the storm it caused amongst the faithful when it was initially released. This one is probably the pick of the (Fine Oak) bunch.
An old bottling of J&B Royal Ages 15 year old. Justerini & Brooks have a long history, going back to 1749, when they started as wine merchants and created their first whisky well over a hundred years ago.
One of the hallowed Manager's Drams - a single cask selected by Blair Athol distillery manager Gordon Donoghue and bottled at cask strength in December 1996. A very limited range and much sought after.
Zesty oak and warm peat smoke top notes, with sweet undertones, reminiscent of fresh nutmeg and toasted almonds. Faintly salty. Laphroaig 15yo is a smoother and more elegant elder sibling to the robust 10 year-old.
Please note that this is restricted to 2 bottles per customer
An old 15 year old bottling from Bruichladdich on Islay. This dates, we estimate, from the 1980s when the distillery was under Whyte & Mackay ownership and comes in the tall bottle that was prevalent during that period.
An old bottling of 15 year old Glenturret. Founded back in 1775, the distillery is considered by some to be the oldest active distillery in Scotland. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s, a decade which saw a new visitors centre opened by the then owners Remy-Cointreau in a period of investment in the distillery.