An old 1965 vintage whisky from Glen Mhor distillery. The Glen Mhor distillery was closed in 1983, approximately half way through this whisky's maturation. Bottled in 2001 at a grand 35 years old, this whisky has been released as one of Signatory's Silent Stills bottlings.
A 1965 vintage Glenturret from independent bottlers Cadenhead's. Presented in the delightful dumpy bottle and classic black label that was the norm for the firm in this era, this was bottled in September 1982, the year after then owners Remy-Cointreau had bought the distillery and started a period of sizeable investment.
Very old Cadenhead's bottling from the 70s - check out that retro font! This is from a little-seen distillery that never released an official bottling during its lifetime and which has been silent since 2002.
A 1965 vintage bottling of the extremely rare Glenugie from independent bottlers Hart Brothers. No official bottlings are ever known to have been released from this distillery and, given the distillery closed in 1983, bottlings are hard to find and in great demand.
A 1965 vintage Auchentoschan, bottled at 31 years old. The only distillery in Scotland to always triple distill their malt - the only other malt being Hazelburn, produced at Springbank. Lowland whiskies at this age are fairly rare and take on complexity, but keeping their lighter style, making an elegant malt.