Broadly speaking, Speyside whiskies can be classified as falling into one of two camps. At one end of the spectrum there are the light, grassy, 'lunchtime whiskies' (please note that TWE advocates responsible drinking!) such as Glenlivet; at the other end lie the rich, sweet, sherried qualities of Glenrothes and Macallan. Read More »
An old bottling of 12 year old Glenfiddich, consistently amongst the top selling Scotch whisky brands in the world. We estimate this was bottled in the 1960s, a decade which saw the distillery lead the way, both in becoming the first whisky to be marketed as a single malt and the first Scotch distillery to open a visitor's centre.
Bottled in 2011, this 1958 vintage Glen Grant has been aged for well over fifty years in sherry casks and has been packaged in fancy upgraded boxes that at last go some way to befitting the majesty of their contents. Please note that this product is MAXIMUM ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER.
A rare and interesting bottling from Gordon & Macphail's Rare Old range - a 1975 Glencraig. This isn't a distillery name, instead being what the Gleburgie distillery called the Lomond still made whisky that it produced between 1958 and 1981.
A rare 1970s Cadenhead's bottling of this now-defunct Speysider. It's great how the fonts on these labels are such a good guide to the tastes of the times - check out the Caperdonich 1965 or the Macallan 1963 if you don't believe us.