A 20cl bottle of 18 year old Glengoyne. The distillery claims to have the slowest distillation in Scotland. This bottling has notes of vanilla and apples with a luxurious richness due in part to its high proportion of first-fill sherry casks.
A Signatory Un-Chillfiltered bottling of 1995 vintage whisky from Miltonduff. A vatting of three ex-bourbon barrles distilled on February 23rd 1995 and bottled on March 18th 2013 after 18 years of maturation.
A half-litre bottle of Chivas Regal's 18 year old blend. Premium aged mix of some of Scotland's finest whiskies with an above-average proportion of malt and an extended ageing period producing a truly fine blend.
A 1995 vintage Glen Keith from independent bottlers Signatory as part of their Un-Chillfiltered Collection. Distilled on 8 November, it was matured in hogsheads 171200 and 171201 for 18 years before being bottled on 26 June 2014.
Stronachie was the name of a Highland distillery active between the 1890s and 1928. The Scottish agents for the whisky, A.D. Rattray, have launched a range using whisky from Benrinnes distillery. This is the 18 year old - a malty and honeyed malt.
An older 18 year old version of The Singleton of Dufftown, the European entry in the Singleton range. This builds on the massive success of the 12 and 15 year old, bringing more complexity to the spirit.
A rather impressive looking bottling for Inchmurrin's 18 year old whisky, released in 2013 as part of a revamping of their range. It's Loch Lomond's lightly peated spirit, one of the many styles that the versatile distillery is capable of producing.
A malt whisky of unmistakable honey-rich maturity and depth. Glenlivet 18yo is the winner of 2 gold medals in the International Wine and Spirit Competition (I.W.S.C.) and remains one of the best-value expressions of sherried Speyside.
The 18 year old offering from Loch Lomond. The site is multi functional and is home to a malt distillery, a grain distillery (which creates High Commissioner Whisky) and even a cooperage. This is sweet and smoky with hints of raisins and Christmas pudding.
One of four aged expressions introduced into the Glen Scotia range during the brand's seismic 2013 relaunch, this exciting 18 year old bottled at 46% can be easily distinguished from its stablemates thanks to its bottle being a rather striking blue colour.
A 1995 vintage whisky from Imperial, now closed and almost certainly soon to be demolished. This was distilled on August 21st, matured for 18 years in a pair of hogsheads and then bottled on 2nd January 2014 by Signatory for the Cask Strength Collection.
Originally introduced solely into travel retail, the Platinum Label (the first new 'colour' to be introduced into the Johnnie Walker range for years) has now made it out into the wider world. It's a rich and refined blend of whiskies matured for at least 18 years that slips perfectly into the range just behind the iconic Blue Label.