A 1970s bottling of 5 year old whisky from Littlemill. Claiming to be the Scotland's first whisky distillery, founded in 1772, it was located in the village of Bowling, to the west of Glasgow and closed in 1992. As with other closed distilleries, bottlings are becoming ever-rarer and more sought after.
The 4th edition of Bruichladdich's over the top, super-peaty whisky - Octomore. This one has topped previous efforts and comes in at a frankly silly 167ppm, making it the peatiest whisky in the world at release. One for those who like a little smoke in their dram...
The third annual release of 'normal' Octomore has arrived - unlike the previous bottling, Orpheus, this has not been wine-finished and, at 152ppm, is said to be most heavily-peated Octomore released so far.
A large bottle of Jim Beam White Label from the 1970s. The bottle has a handy carrying handle built into it. This is a rare version, in that it's been aged for an extra year, taking it to five and is at 43% rather than 40%.
A very old bottle of Kentucky Straight Bourbon. Produced at Berheim distillery and bottled in 1943. This Old Timbrook 5 year old comes in a US Quart-sized bottle, which makes it just under a litre of very rare, vintage bourbon.
A 2 litre, 1980s bottling of 5 year old whisky from the incredibly rare Glen Flagler. It was not actually a distillery, but the name of the whisky produced from stills at the Moffat Grain Distillery in Airdrie. Only produced for 21 years between 1964 and 1985, Glen Flagler bottlings are highly collectable.