A well aged 36 year old single cask whisky from long closed Ladyburn, who shut their doors shortly after this whisky was distilled on October 24th 1975. This has been matured in a bourbon barrel and was bottled on October 15th 2012 by Signatory, shortly before it's 37th birthday.
A historic bottling - the first ever official release of Inverleven, the Lowland distillery closed in 1991. This is one of the first releases in Chivas Brothers' Deoch an Doras series - the name (roughly pronounced 'Jock an Doris') means 'a drink at the door', the Gaelic equivalent of 'one for the road' - although why the Irish spelling of 'doras' has been used instead of the Scottish 'doruis' or 'dorus' is probably one for the marketing dept to answer.
A single cask bottling of Tomatin, bottled at 36 years old and distilled back in 1973, the distillery's powerhouse heydays where they had stills numbering in double figures and produced one of the largest amounts of spirit in the country.
A brilliantly-balanced mouth-coating beauty, this Glenury Royal is a very special whisky from a tragically lost distillery, and we've always been surprised that it didn't sell out years ago - especially after a 92 point review from Whiskyfun.
One of only a handful of long-aged distillery-bottled releases of Glenury Royal. This 1970 vintage is very special whisky from a tragically lost distillery. Impeccable cask selection has led to perhaps the best of Diageo's recent releases from Glenury.
The Bruichladdich Legacy series is a series of 6 bottles which were released annually from 2002 until 2007. All these whiskies are from incredibly old casks, and in some cases a marriage of several casks. This first release is a stunning 1966 vintage whisky bottled in 2002, also celebrating the Queen's golden jubilee.
A small release of 1974 vintage Glenfiddich, selected by Malt Master Brian Kinsman, Global Brand Ambassador Ian Millar, Hans-Henrik Hansen, owner of the world's largest Glenfiddich collection, and the 13 local brand ambassadors from around the world. Unlike previous Rare Collection releases it's a vatting of a few casks to give more people a chance to get their hands on a bottle, although with only 1000 available it's still a rare treat.
Over the years Springbank Local Barley has become quite the sought-after whisky, some even say that their finest whisky is amongst these bottlings. Each release is made using locally sourced materials, which Springbank claim are all from within an 8 mile radius of the distillery (except the casks of course).