A very special 25yo Glenlivet bottled for the Royal Wedding in 1981 (Charles & Di in case you missed it). They pulled out all the stops for this one - a tremendous bottling with a generous dollop of sherry in the mix.
Yamazaki's incredibly rare 25 year old presented in a beautiful leather case and wooden box, designed by London-based leather designer Bill Amberg, a man who also happens to be passionate about Japanese culture and whisky. The leather case, one of just 25 in the UK, includes 25 saddle stitches to represent each year of maturation.
A single sherry cask release of Ardbeg 1976 bottled for the Italian market in 2002. Cask 2396 is one of a series of legendary sister sherry casks bottled by Ardbeg in the late 1990s and early 2000s that really cemented the distillery's cult status amongst aficionados.
Bottled in 2000, this sherry-cask Macallan 1975 was, we believe, the last Macallan 25yo Anniversary Malt with a stated vintage. A lovely colour on this Macallan, produced during the distillery's golden era.
A 25 year old Macallan from the Anniversary Malt range, This was distilled in 1958 and 1959 and bottled in 1986. The colour gives away its sherried nature and the whisky is accompanied by a delightful wooden box.
An sherry butt of Ardbeg from the legendary 1976 batch, this rare Ardbeg was bottled for the Feis Ile in 2002. "...It simply doesn't get better than this...just one of those drams of a lifetime...a bloody incredible dram. 96 points" Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2004
A legendary Rinaldi bottling of 1957 vintage edition of Macallan's ever impressive 25 year old. Bottled in the mid-1983 this is an incredible example of old-school, well-aged, sherried spirit from Macallan.
A very old original bottle of Chivas Regal 25yo in the unusual 1.13 litre size favoured in the USA. A bona fide collector's item, this is a beautiful piece of whisky history. Chivas Regal 25yo was introduced in the USA in 1909 and was a roaring success before the advent of Prohibition following the Volstead Act in 1919, but was not re-introduced follwoing repeal in the 1930s. Logically, this suggests that the whisky in this bottle must have been distilled towards the end of the 19th century.