Bottled at 50% for a whisky retailer at some stage around the turn of the millennium, this rare Port Ellen was selected by Burn Stewart distillers and has no declared vintage but was bottled at 16 years of age.
A 16 year old Aultmore bottled to celebrate the distillery's 100th anniversary. It's a rare limited edition release and comes in at an eye-watering 63% abv. From the colour, it's probably safe to assume this was from a sherry cask.
A very rare 1980s bottling of 1970 Port Ellen bottled by Gordon & Macphail for the little seen but very well respected Intertrade indie bottler. Bottled at a very high strength for a malt of this age - this should be epic.
An amazing bottle of liquid Irish history - the George Roe brand itself was over 170 years old when its Thomas Street Distillery closed in 1923. Allegedly it took a few years before everything was bottled and sold; this 16 year old release of Geo. Roe seems to have been produced for export to the US sometime in the 1930s. Most remarkably of all, the label proclaims this to be 'pot still malt whiskey', making this an incredibly rare Irish single malt from a distillery closed for nearly a century
A lovely old bottle of the ridiculously rare Kinclaith, this is from the 1966 vintage and was bottled in the early 1980s at 16 years old for the Connoisseurs Choice series by Gordon & Macphail, who have labelled it as a Highland malt despite the fact that Kinclaith was made in Glasgow at the Strathclyde complex.