At its appearance at the end of 2011 this was the oldest single malt whisky ever released by Loch Lomond. Distilled by distillery manager of the day Duncan Thomas and then matured onsite for almost 45 years before bottling.
A independently released grain whisky from the Invergordon distillery, bottled by Adelphi. This was distilled way back in 1966 and matured for 46 long years before being bottled at cask strength in 2012.
Another of Gordon & Macphail's long-aged Glen Grants which, along with Glenfarclas, represent the best-value long-aged 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.
This was the 6th cask of Inchmurrin that The Scotch Malt Whicky Society bottled. They call this bottle "From the carpenter's shop" Inchmurrin is one of eight single malts produced at Loch Lomond distillery, this is made possible due to the adjustable stills, which can be altered to make different styles of whisky.
A 1966 vintage whisky from an undisclosed distillery in the town of Ballindaloch, bottled by Douglas Laing as part of their Director's Cut series. Aged for an incredible 46 years in a sherry cask, this should be a stunner!
An old and well aged whisky from Benromach, bottled by independent retailer Cadenhead's. It was distilled in February 1966 and bottled in October 1993, the year that the (at that time) mothballed distillery was bought by current owners Gordon & Macphail.
A 40 year old Bunnahabhain single cask from Duncan Taylor. Bottled at a cask strength of 40%, this was only just caught in time to still be called whisky. Very lighted peated, this is a stunningly elegant bottling that was given an impressive 92 points by Serge Valentin over on whiskyfun.com.
A release of 35 year old Bruichladdich by Douglas Laing as part of their Old Malt Cask range. This was distilled in 1966, a few years after the distillery stopped malting its own barley and switched to buying it in from Port Ellen, and bottled just in time at a cask strength of 40.5%.
A 1966 vintage Lochside from independent bottlers Duncan Taylor, bottled at 35 years old. Closed in 1992, there were rarely any distillery bottlings released and independent bottlings were also limited, thus leading to any bottling from this distillery being in high demand.