The Scottish Highlands are home to various distilleries making disparate styles of single malt. From the maritime malts of Oban and Pulteney to the light, citrussy Glernmorangie and the dry complexity of Glen Ord, there's something for everyone here. Read More »
A very rare 1970s bottling of 10 year old whisky from Glen Albyn. The distillery closed in 1983 and was demolished in 1986 and only produced a couple of distillery bottlings before it disappeared - this is one of them.
A 1970 vintage Brechin (aka North Port) bottled by independent bottlers Douglas Laing as part of their Platinum Selection series. Closed in 1983, bottlings from this distillery are becoming ever harder to find and are subject to increasing demand.
An old bottling of 7 year old Glenturret from the 1970s. Very few official bottlings are released as most of the distillery's production is used as a base for The Famous Grouse, of which it is the spiritual home.
Please note this bottle has a tear to the label as shown in the photograph.
A 2014 release, Old Pulteney's 35 Year Old is a combination of ex-bourbon American oak and ex-sherry Spanish oak casks, resulting in a rich and indulgent whisky. The box has been created to reflect the distillery's maritime heritage and contains a porthole through which the bottle is visible.
A 1991 vintage Glenmorangie produced as part of one of their successful experiments with interesting wood. This was matured in new oak from Missouri in the USA and has a bourbony tang in addition to the regular Glenmorangie character.
One of a series of extremely rare single cask, cask-strength releases from Glenmorangie. These releases were matured in a special type of new American oak and released in duty-free shops around the world.