At its appearance at the end of 2011 this was the oldest single malt whisky ever released by Loch Lomond. Distilled by distillery manager of the day Duncan Thomas and then matured onsite for almost 45 years before bottling.
A long aged whisky from much missed Lochside, closed in 1992 and demolished in 2005. This was distilled back in 1967 and aged for 44 years before being bottled at a close-to-the-line cask strength of 41.5% by Cooper's Choice in 2011.
An impressive new release from Auchentoshan, aging their triple distilled spirit for a whopping 44 years before bottling in 2011. A 1966 vintage whisky, great for both good drams and the wonders of English football.
The final release in the new Bowmore 1964 trilogy, Gold Bowmore is a marriage of three bourbon casks plus the last (and supposedly the best) of the staggeringly good Oloroso casks from this momentous vintage.