Another of Gordon & Macphail's long-aged Glen Grants which, along with Glenfarclas, represent the best-value long-aged sherried Speysides available. Thankfully, Glen Grant is one of those special Speysiders (like Glenfarclas, Mortlach and Macallan) that is capable of withstanding immense oak ageing without tasting like a pile of wet sawdust.
Another in Gordon & Macphail's series of extraordinary old Strathisla's, this one was distilled in 1960 and bottled a full five decades later. The perfect gift for a whisky fan of this vintage. MAXIMUM 1 BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER.
Another stunning packaging job for this limited release of fifty-year-old Highland Park 1960, featuring a sterling silver abstract 'cage' around the bottle by Scottish artist Maeve Gillies and a natural-look wooden box. The official tasting notes suggest a sherry influence on this, with tobacco, raisins and cooked fruit.
Whisky Bible Awards 2013: Single Malt of the Year (41 years & Over - Multiple Casks); 96.5 Points
An unusual bottling in Macallan's Fine & Rare range - where the majority of the releases in this series were bottled around 2002 after several decades in the cask, this 1960 vintage was originally bottled in the mid-1970s at 15 years old before being repackaged for the F&R series. A time-capsule of a bottle, enabling us to see what 1970s Macallan drinkers were tasting.