A 1967 vintage official bottling of Springbank. Aged for 10 years in a sherry butt, this is an incredibly deep colour. We're not sure if this is due to a very giving cask, or due to the use of paxorette which was common at this time.
Another legendary bottling in the always-impressive Prestonfield, this 20 year old Springbank 1967 received 93-94 points from Malt Maniac Serge Valentin on Whiskyfun and despite being from a multi-cask batch is now extremely difficult to find, having been bottled in the late 1980s.
A rare 1967 vintage whisky from Campbeltown's Springbank, one of the two distilleries in the area that survived the rigours of the 20th century. This one has aged for 27 years, picking up a beautiful copper colour, and is sure to be a hit with collectors.
The 11th cask that The Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottled from distillery number 27 (Springbank). Distilled in January 1967, it was aged for 23 years before being bottled for the enjoyment of its members in February 1990.
A 1967 vintage Ardbeg, bottled at 28 years old in 1995 by independent bottlers Signatory. This is a powerful, old-style peaty Ardbeg with herbaceous and lemon notes leading to a long finish. Given an incredible 95 points on whiskyfun.com by Serge Valentin.
A stunning old Ardbeg bottled by Signatory in March 1997. This whisky has was distilled in 1967 and has been matured for 30 years in an Oloroso Sherry butt. Limited to just 580 bottles, this is a real collectors piece.
A rare bottling of cask strength 1967 Aberlour complete with drinking accoutrements - four crystal glasses, a water jug, a bottle of Speyside water and a case to transport it all to your favourite drinking location.