Enormously popular blend that has come on in leaps and bounds over the last ten years. Bell's signature malt is from Blair Athol, with contributions from the likes of Caol Ila, Glenkinchie, Dufftown and Inchgower.
The now discontinued 8 year old whisky from one of Scotland's youngest distilleries. They started production in 1990 after over 25 years of building (a lot by hand) and have now been around long enough to have a 12 year old as their standard bottling.
An 8 year old bottling of Bunnahabhain Margadale (the name given to their heavily peated spirit). This was bottled by independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their Macphail's Collection series of releases.
An 8 year old bottling of Tamdhu released by independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their The Macphail's Collection series. This would have been produced using the distillery's own maltings, which sadly closed down at the end of the noughties.
A young and spicy Speysider from Craigellachie, selected by John Milroy, co-founder of the original London whisky specialisy Milroy's, as part of his Frisky Whisky range. Distilled in 2002 and bottled in 2010 at full proof.
A very worthy bottling from Benromach - this is a single sherry cask bottled at 80 proof to represent the longitude of the Whale & Dolphin Conservation Society's project to sagfeguard the humpback whales of Ecuador. £5 from the sale of each bottle of this whisky will go to the project.
A 2002 vintage whisky from Murray McDavid, matured initially in bourbon casks before being switched over to red wine casks from Chateau Latour, one of the top producers of Bordeaux, for a total of 8 years of maturation.
An 8 year old bourbon distilled in Bardstown and named for the year that Kentucky became a state - 1792. Ridgemont Reserve is a bit of a hidden gem, with a very low profile despite a huge 94.5 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013. Whisky Bible Awards 2013: 9 Years & Under; 94.5 Points