A 1974 vintage official bottling of Glenburgie. Rarely seen as a single malt, most of the distillery's production is used for the Ballantine's range of blends. This has been selected by the brand's Master Blender Sandy Hyslop as a stand alone release of just 324 bottles.
A limited edition Tobermory from 1972, finished in Oloroso sherry casks for a deliciously rich sweetness. Released over four years ago, we have been very lucky to get our hands on a small parcel of stock of this gem.
Very few expressions of Glen Elgin have been bottled, so this is a rare treat. Released in 2003, this is a delicious honeyed, fruity dram from an often overlooked distillery that has long been rated 'First Class' by blenders lists.
The first official bottling of Glenugie since a near-impossible-to-find 5yo Grant McDonald bottling from about twenty years ago, this 1977 was bottled in 2010, twenty-seven years after the distillery closed its doors for the last time in 1983. Bottled at its impressive cask strength of 55% abv.
Distilled in 1978, this Brora 32 year old is the oldest yet released by Diageo, and was introduced as part of the Special Releases for 2011. A marvellously complex nose with an intricate, medium-peated palate.
Please note this is limited to one bottle per customer.
A 1967 vintage whisky from Springbank distillery, specially selected by Cadenhead's for their Chairmans Stock series and bottled at its natural cask strength of 46.8% after 32 years in a sherry hogshead - this should be absolutely fantastic.
A ridiculously rare item - this Single Malt Scotch Whisky From Glenury Distillery (as the label proclaims) is one of just thirty-seven bottles from a refill hogshead bottled for Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range.
A 1967 vintage Bruichladdich bottled by Signatory as part of their Millenium Edition series. Distilled on January 9, it was aged in sherry cask 161 for 32 years before being bottled on August 2 1999. This was awarded an impressive 93 points by Serge Valentin of whiskyfun.com.
A 1968 vintage bottling from Bowmore, released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the foundation of Stanley P Morrison (later to become Morrison Bowmore). This is a big bold whisky with notes of passion fruit and a peaty kick.
Serge Valentin of whiskyfun.com awarded it 91 points.
Extraordinarily rare malt, even by Kinclaith's standards: just 64 (!) bottles were yielded when G&M bottled it in 1996 from what must have been, judging by the colour, an exceptional refill sherry hogshead. Kinclaith was founded in 1957 and closed in 1975. This incredibly scarce Lowlander has never been officially bottled as most of its output went into parent company Schenley International's Long John blend.