The return of one of a Campbeltown classic: it's the Longrow 18! A legend in its own lunchtime and each batch sells out really quickly. We've only got a few, so this remains STRICTLY ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER.
The latest expression of Dalmore is an 18yo, and it's just as smooth, spicy and sweet as fans of this distillery would hope. Bottled at 43%, which is a great step forward for owners W&M, but we can't help thinking this would be even better at 46%.
Highland Park 18yo is one of the all-time greats of the single malt world. Delicious sweet sherry notes alongside the heather-honey distillery character, rounded with a wisp of dry smoke. Whisky Bible 2011: Single Malt Scotch of the Year 16-21 Years; 95.5 Points
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. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Irish Blended Whiskey
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.
This heavily-sherried Mannochmore 1990 was one of Tim F's favourite drams from 2009's Special Releases. A belter from a previously undistinguished distillery - we'd like to see much more of this sort of thing.
A wonderful example of what Japanese whisky is capable of. We absolutely love this. Extremely smooth, with great complexity and a lovely balance of fruit, silky malt and a touch of smoke. San Francisco WSC - Best in Show - Double Gold Medal Winner
A massive step up in quality from the standard Hakushu 12 yrs, this 18yo is amazingly well-defined (as we've come to expect from Japanese whisky) with deliciously rounded fruit and cereal flavours, at times surprisingly reminiscent of the finest Irish potstill whisky (eg Redbreast 15yo).
The old presentation of Yamazaki's excellent 18 year old. A wonderful example of what Japanese whisky is capable of –extremely smooth, with great complexity and a lovely balance of fruit, silky malt and a touch of smoke.
A gift pack containing Glenmorangie's 18 year old and the 18 Greatest Scottish Golf Holes book by Gene Brooks, Craig Morrison and Andrew Ross of the 18 Greatest Golf company. The whisky itself is matured for 15 years in American white oak casks, after which around 30% is transferred to Spanish Oloroso casks for the final three years.
A gift pack containing a bottle of Glenmorangie's 18 year old, two ball markers, a golden golf ball and two glasses. The whisky itself is matured for 15 years in American white oak casks, after which around 30% is transferred to Spanish Oloroso casks for the final three years.
An old bottling of 18 year old whisky from Glenmorangie. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s, a decade which saw the onsite maltings close and the number of stills at four (it was two until 1980 and increased to eight in 1990).