Malt whisky is the ‘original’ whisky of Scotland. Malt whisky is made only from malted barley, in two (occasionally three) copper pot stills, by a batch process. ‘Single’ malt whisky is the product of an individual distillery. Read More »
A single cask of 23 year old Port Ellen from the 1983 vintage bottled at 49% by Douglas Laing offshoot Douglas of Drumlanrig for the Italian market. Douglas of Drumlanrig bottles are endorsed (and purportedly selected) by the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, the UK's largest private landowner.
A bottle of Glenlivet's 'Unblended All-Malt' 20 year old whisky, bottled as a limited edition of 2400 bottles for the company's Italian importer Baretto. We believe this to have been released in the late 1960s, meaning the whisky would have been distilled immediately post-war in the 1940s.
A 1982 vintage Port Ellen from independent bottler Mackillop's. Distilled on May 5 in the year before the distillery with a cult following closed, this was aged for 31 years before being bottled in March 2014.
Please note this is limited to 1 bottle per customer.
A special release of 15 year old Laphroaig. 270 bottles were drawn from a cask presented to The Prince of Wales for his 50th birthday. The bottles were donated to raise funds for the Erskine Hospital, which cares for disabled ex-servicemen and women, of which the Price is a patron.
One of a clutch of legendary mid-1990s Connoisseur's Choice bottlings of Ardbegs from the mid-1970s. The integrity of the trademark Ardbeg honeyed fruity, peaty style and the intensity of flavour, even at 40%, are stunning.
An old bottling of 1982 vintage Port Ellen from independent bottler Douglas Laing as part of the Platinum Selection. Distilled in the year before the distillery closed for good, this was aged in a single cask for 21 years before being bottled for potstill and the Whisky Club of Austria in 2004.
An old bottling of 1983 vintage Port Ellen from independent bottler Douglas Laing as part of the Platinum Selection. Distilled in March in the year the distillery closed for good, this was aged in a single cask for 26 years before 203 bottles were yielded in June 2009.
A very rare bottling of 1969 Glen Esk released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their onsite maltings in the early 80s. The distillery closed in 1985, shortly after the release of this whisky, and now operates purely as a maltings.
A very rare 1976 vintage Ardbeg bottled for Gordon & Macphail's Connoisseurs Choice range - this is one of only two Connoisseurs Choice 1976 Ardbegs we know of and was bottled some time around the end of the 1980s.