A new bottling of some pretty old Glenrothes by Gordon & Macphail. This 1969 vintage is pretty dark even at 43% so it's safe to say that this has been pretty well-sherried. Bottled in 2008, just shy of four full decades in the wood.
A 1969 vintage independent bottling of Linkwood from the folks at Gordon & Macphail. Very few official bottlings of Linkwood make their way out of the distillery and it's thanks to releases like this that we get to see how well the spirit ages over the years.
A long aged bottling of Strathisla from independent bottling veteran Gordon & Macphail, whose warehouses are filled with impressive number of treats like this. Clocking in at over 40 years old and packed full of sherry fruit and spice.
A rare bottling of Glen Mhor whisky from 1969. The distillery closed down in 1983. This bottling was limited to just 2265 bottles at the time of release, who knows how many of these are still around today.
A 1969 vintage Glen Grant bottled by respected independent James McArthur. This was bottled in the year 2000 making it about 31 years old and it looks to have picked up quite a bit of colour in that time.
Another cask strength vintage sherry hogshead from Glenfarclas bottled as part of the Family Casks series. The perfect gift for anyone born in 1969.
Speyside's best distilleries. All but three of the range (1952, 1979 & 1984) are from first fill or refill sherry casks.
This rare 1969 vintage whisky is a marriage of two casks from Bruichladdich distillery. Specially selected by Gordon & Macphail to be bottled after 27 years of maturation, this whisky was bottled in November 1996 at its natural cask strength of 54.2%.