A 1967 vintage Glenlivet bottled by Gordon & Macphail using the retro Smith's label. As usual G&M's price for this in comparison to official bottlings is incredible - the wonders of buying casks independently for coming on 100 years.
A single malt whisky matured at a mystery distillery and specially selected by Gordon & Macphail. This is a marriage of two casks which were distilled in 1967 and aged for at least 25 years. This whisky was matured in port casks and bottled at a tame 40% in March 1993.
For this very special Tomatin, distillery manager Douglas Campbell has selected seven of the best ex-bourbon hogsheads distilled in 1967. Rich, fruity, creamy and complex. This is limited to ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
A 1967 vintage Glen Keith from independent bottlers Signatory. This was aged for 21 years before being bottled in 1989. During the time this was maturing, the distillery installed the first gas-fuelled still in Scotland.
A double pack of Littlemill whiskies from indie bottler Signatory. Dunglass was an experimental malt from Littlemill distilled only in 1967: oily, lightly peated and never made again. In this set it's packaged with a bottle of the regular 1967 Littlemill for comparison.
A 1967 vintage whisky from Glenglassaugh. This has been finished in a Red Port Style wine barrel. The wine is made from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, and is affectionately referred to as 'the Tsar's port'. The whisky itself has been aged for an amazing 45 years so expect to find strong oak notes present with the wine finish adding juicy, sweet fruits to the experience.
An incredibly rare experimental malt from the folks at now closed Littlemill. They had an adjustable rectifier attached to their stills which gave them the ability to produce a number of different distillates. Dunglass, named Dunglas here due to someone not finishing the stencilling on the cask, is an oily, lightly peated spirit that has not been produced again.