A 7 year old whisky distilled at Bruichladdich in 2003, deeply coloured thanks to its unusual maturation - rather than maturing in ex-bourbon casks before being ACE-d, or finished, this whisky was aged solely in Port casks.
The Resurrection Dram from Bruichladdich is finally here, its 24000 bottles constructed entirely from 7 year-old 10ppm bourbon-matured distillate made by Jim McEwan in 2001 after the new regime came to power.
An interesting, untampered with whisky from Murray McDavid, switching their usual ACEing for simple, but excellent, cask selection. This is a 2000 vintage Bowmore simply aged in sherry casks for 7 years before bottling.
A limited edition Buffalo Trace bottled from 8 casks filled in May 1993 and then stored next to each other in the warehouse before bottling. It lost almost half its volume over the 17.5 years of its maturation and it looks like an interesting prospect.
A special whisky commissioned by Gordon Wright and the Soil Association and produced by Springbank. This is the first completely organic single malt whisky produced. Bottled specially for the Millennium and named Dà Mhìle, which is Gaelic for 2000.
An old bottle of Jameson's whiskey which was bottled sometime in the 1940s for export to the US. This whiskey has been aged for a minimum of 7 years and has been bottled at a rather interesting strength of 87 proof (43.5%).