A 34 year old single cask Glenturret, bottled from cask number 1 in 2012 by Berry Brothers and Rudd. This is the second 34yo Glenturret they've released in a short timeframe and we are hoping this is just as fantastic as the previous bottling.
A 34 year old whisky from Miltonduff, bottled as 'Mosstowie' to distinguish it from their regular spirit due to it being distilled using their Lomond still. It was distilled on February 6th 1979, matured in a single bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength by Signatory on April 3rd 2013.
A 34 year old Glenturret from Japanese-based independent bottlers Acorn. Most of the distillery's production goes into The Famous Grouse, but when left to mature, it can produce fantastic gems such as this. The label contains a tribute to Towser, the mouser who died at the grand old age of 23.
A 1977 vintage whisky from the increasingly well known distillery of Glenacadam, revitalised in the early 2000s by Angus Dundee. This has matured for 34 years in a sherry butt, as you can guess from it's impressive natural colour.
An interesting whisky from Benriach distillery. Distilled in 1977 and aged for 34 years, this whisky has been finished in a Rioja Wine barrel. The wine finish has given the whisky a subtle, grape-y (it's a word!) flavour. This is limited to ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
A 1977 vintage whisky from Benraich distillery. This has been aged for 34 years, including a term of finishing in a Sauternes Wine barrel. This period of finishing has imparted a number of fruity characteristics, most notably pears and apricots. This is limited to ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
A 1967 vintage Springbank from independent bottlers Hart Brothers. This was given an impressive 91 points by Olivier Humbrecht of the Malt Maniacs, a man with an impeccable palate given he is one of less than 300 Masters of wine worldwide.
A 1968 vintage Bowmore, bottled in the early 2000s by Hart Brothers. The 60s were a time of incredible production from the distillery, with some legendary drams being produced - hopefully this one lives up to the fearsome reputation.
Coleraine was once so prized it was the only Irish whiskey supplied to the House of Commons, however the distillery fell on hard times after WWII. This very rare cask strength edition was distilled in 1959 and bottled in 1993, fifteen years after the distillery's closure, although single malt had not been made there since the mid-1960s. A true collector's item, only 400 bottles were produced.
Bottled at cask strength in the first years of the new millennium, this 1968 vintage Macallan 34yo is part of the distillery's prestige Fine & Rare collection, released to showcase the evolution of the Macallan style over seven decades of the twentieth century.