A long-aged expression of Tomintoul, this 33yo replaces the old 27 yo bottling. Another hit for Angus Dundee, who have done great things with this distillery since their takeover in 2000. Award winner at the WWA 2010:
A 33 year old whisky from Bunnahabhain, distilled in December 1979 and bottled in December 2011 by Douglas Laing for their Platinum Selection range. It's a small outturn of 172 bottles, despite sitting in a sherry butt for its entire life.
A 1978 Glenglassaugh, matured for 33 years and chosen by production manager Mhairi McDonald as part of the distillery's Chosen Few range. She went for something a bit different to the other bottlings, going for a fresh and fruity dram.
A special set from Balblair from a few years back - a combination of a bottle of their long discontinued 33 year old whisky with a branded, and lined, nosing glass and a mini bottle of the whisky to try before you open the full sized version.
Distilled in 1971 and matured in a small batch of exquisite Oloroso sherry casks, this 33 year-old dram appeared in 2004 and at the time was the oldest and quite possibly the best Glendronach ever released. Boasting 95/100 from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible and a Gold Medal at the San Francisco Spirits Competition, this is not a dram to miss.
Part of the 'Rare & Prestigious' range from Whyte & Mackay. This 1973 Dalmore was originally matured in American White Oak casks before a second maturation for several years in Cabernet Sauvignon casks from Ch. Haut-Marbuzet, a Cru Bourgeois claret from the St. Estephe appellation. This is being styled as 'The Ultimate Finish' and comes in a suitably smart presentation box. Click on the product for more details and tasting notes.