This 21yo Tomintoul boasts a floral, fruity, spicy character and was introduced in summer 2011 following the demise of 27yo. As with its illustrious predecessor, this will gladden the hearts of fans of mature easy-drinking Speyside whiskies that don't cost the earth.
This is pretty exciting stuff - a single grain whisky from the extinct and rarely-seen Cambus distillery, bottled at full strength from a refill butt by independent bottlers Signatory. This was distilled in 1991, just a couple of years before the distillery was closed.
A beautiful naturally coloured 1991 vintage Highland Park bottled by Signatory as part of their Un-Chillfiltered Collection. Distilled on September 17th, matured for 21 years in a sherry butt and bottled on 26th February 2013.
A 1990 vintage single cask grain whisky from Cameronbridge, still running as of 2011 and the first distillery to produce grain. This one sat maturing for 21 years before being bottled at a pokey cask strength of 58.2%.
A 2011 release to fill a gap in the rapidly expanding Glendronach range and named for the Parliament of rooks that live in the trees near the distillery. A tasty combination of sherry matured whiskies, both Oloroso and PX, perfect for sherry-heads.
A single cask release of 1990 vintage Glen Ord. This whisky has been aged for 21 years and matured in a Refill butt. Bottled for Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask series, at their preferred strength of 50%.
A 1990 vintage whisky from Miltonduff, distilled in May, matured for 21 years in a refill hogshead and bottled in November of 2011 by the folks at Douglas Lain for their Old Malt Cask range of whiskies.
The top of the range bottling in Inchmurrin's 2013 relaunch - aged for 21 years in the Loch Lomond warehouses. It's a lightly peated spirit from the Loch Lomond distillery, part of their wide range of different whiskies.