The 18 year-old has always been one of the best of Glenmorangie's core range and its stylish packaging has ensured its popularity. Picked up the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010.
A 1996 vintage Benriach from the 11th batch of the distillery's single cask releases. Aged for 18 years, including an unspecified period in a cask which used to hold Pedro Ximenez sherry, this was bottled in July 2014 as part of a release of 663 bottles.
This bottling was produced at Willowbank distillery and originally intended to be Lammerlaw single malt, the distillery closed in 2000 when the stills were sent to Fiji for rum production. The stocks were subsequently bought by The New Zealand Malt Whisky Company, who have released this delightful spicy and fruity expression.
A 1995 vintage Glendronach from the 10th batch of their single cask bottlings. Distilled on October 25, it was matured for 18 years before 650 bottles were yielded from ex-Pedro Ximenez sherry puncheon 3025 in June 2014.
A 1996 vintage Glendronach from the 10th batch of their single cask bottlings. Distilled on February 16, it was matured for 18 years before 677 bottles were yielded from ex-Pedro Ximenez sherry puncheon 1487 in June 2014.
Please note this is limited to one bottle per customer.
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.
Following the phenomenal success of Greenore 15yo, which was showered with trophies and gold medals wherever it went, here's the limited edition 18yo, which is the oldest single Irish grain Cooley have released - and it's already winning plaudits, scooping the 'Best Buy' recommendation in Whisky Magazine Issue 94. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Grain Whiskey
A follow-up to the enormously successful Kilbeggan 15yo, which won just about every award going, this small batch long-aged blend has been assembled by Cooley from the very best of their old maturing stock.
The second edition of Bruichladdich's 18 year old. This time the whisky has been aged mainly in ex-bourbon casks and then finished in French oak barrels which used to contain sweet Jurancon, a dessert wine from the south west of France.
An offically bottled single cask of Tomatin 1990, released at cask strength in its natural state, without chill-filtration or colouring. Tomatin is definitely one to watch over the next couple of years.