A single cask 1975 vintage Glenlossie from independent bottlers Berry Brothers & Rudd, bottled in 2010 at its natural strength, just shy of 50%. This was bottled in the same year that Berrys' were warded with the title of 'Independent Bottler of the Year' at Whisky Magazine's Icons of Whisky awards.
A 1975 vintage from closed Distillery Dallas Dhu, bottled in 2007 by Gordon & Macphail. The distillery buildings are just down the road from Gordon & Macphail's shop, and these days house a whisky museum. ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
A 1975 vintage Highland whisky from Glenesk, bottled from a single cask at 24 years old by the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. Distilled a decade before the distillery was closed, this was bottled in June 2000.
The second release from the 45th distillery of the SMWS range - Dallas Dhu. This whisky was distilled in 1975 and has been matured for more than 13 years. Bottled at a powerful 61.1% in September 1988.
A 1975 vintage Glenmorangie released especially for the duty free market in 2001. It takes 16 employees to run the production side of the distillery, the reason every bottle carries the phrase "Handcrafted by the Sixteen Men of Tain".
The Rare Malts are a now-discontinued series of cask-strength releases designed by Diageo to showcase some of the hidden treasures in their portfolio. This particular dram is all the more precious for having come from a distillery demolished in 1983.
A 1975 vintage whisky from Linlithgow distillery, also known as St. Magdalene distillery. This whisky has been matured in a single oak cask for 25 years, and has been bottled at cask strength. Bottled by Signatory in September 2000.
Another of Berry Brothers & Rudd-owned The Glenrothes' terrific long-aged vintage releases, this 1975 expression was bottled in 2006. One of the smallest-ever vintage releases from the distillery at just 3708 bottles, this is a big and rich malt.