An old 1976 vintage whisky from Glen Moray, aged for a full 26 years including a period of finishing in red wines barrels from the Vallée Du Rhone. Expect to find sweet fruity notes similar to that of a sherried whisky, but not as intensely so.
A beautiful bronzed dram from Macallan, distilled December 10th 1968, aged for 26 years and then bottled by Signatory in November 1995. The distillery produced some excellent spirit in the late 1960s and Signatory have a bit of a reputation for having chosen some of their best casks.
A 1967 vintage bottling of Rosebank from independent bottlers Cadenhead's. Rosebank distillery, closed in 1993, was sited in Falkirk and the road going through the rebuilt site is aptly called "The Maltings".
A single cask independent bottling from Douglas Laing as part of their Old Malt Cask series of the legendary Ardbeg vintage of 1974. Considered by fans of the distillery to be the last true vintage of old, peaty Ardbeg, these bottlings are much sought after.