A 25 year old whisky from long closed Glen Mhor, formerly situated by the Caledonian Canal in Inverness. This was distilled in 1963 and bottled in the late 1980s by Sestante, a few years after the distillery shut down.
This is a Cadenhead's bottling of Dalmore from 1963, just three years after current owners Whyte & Mackay gained a stake in the distillery. Bottled at 30 years old, this is an excellent example of Dalmore.
A 1963 vintage entry in Glenfarclas's Family Casks range, part of the 10th release of single cask bottlings. Bottled in 2012 it's a rich old traditional whisky from the distillery, packed full of sherry fruit.
Extraordinarily rare malt, even by Kinclaith's standards: just 64 (!) bottles were yielded when G&M bottled it in 1996 from what must have been, judging by the colour, an exceptional refill sherry hogshead. Kinclaith was founded in 1957 and closed in 1975. This incredibly scarce Lowlander has never been officially bottled as most of its output went into parent company Schenley International's Long John blend.
A 1963 vintage Macallan bottled for Italian importers Rinaldi of Bologna. Due to the fact the distiller's name is shown as Macallan-Glenlivet, we can deduce that this was almost certainly bottled in the 1970s, as the suffix was dropped in the 1980s.
A 1963 vintage distillery bottling of Springbank which carries the distillery's traditional black label. This was distilled a few years after the distillery's on site maltings ceased production for a period of over thirty years.
Number 3 of only 20 such sets produced, this set comprises exquisite bespoke Rifle and Shotgun Cleaning Kit made by Gun & Rifle Makers William & Son and a bottle of Glenfarclas 1963 from cask 179 as part of their Family Cask series. The kit contains a brass plate that will be engraved with the initials of the recipient - truly unique.