A superb (and hugely potent) expression of Benromach, this 19 year-old was distilled in 1978 and bottled around 1997 for the Rare Malts series. The distillery was mothballed at the time of this release but has since re-opened under new owners Gordon & MacPhail.
A 30yo bottling for the latest reincarnation of Fettercairn. This 1978 vintage has a strong Oloroso sherry influence, and the official tasting notes describe a plethora of fruity flavours including pineapple, grapefruit, cranberries, sweet mango and wild berries.
A 33 year old whisky from Bunnahabhain, distilled in December 1979 and bottled in December 2011 by Douglas Laing for their Platinum Selection range. It's a small outturn of 172 bottles, despite sitting in a sherry butt for its entire life.
A single cask Bunnahabhain that you can tell has come from a sherry cask as soon as you see it - dark and foreboding, but in a good way. Bottled at cask strength in January 2011 by Douglas Laing for their Platinum Selection range. MAXIMUM 1 PER CUSTOMER.
A 1978 vintage whisky from closed Glen Albyn, formerly situated along side the canal in Inverness and unfortunately now replaced by a closed branch of B&Q. This was distilled in March of that year and bottled 15 years later in August 1993 by The Scotch Malt Whisky Society.
A 1978 Glenglassaugh, matured for 33 years and chosen by production manager Mhairi McDonald as part of the distillery's Chosen Few range. She went for something a bit different to the other bottlings, going for a fresh and fruity dram.
A handsomely-presented 30yo from the revitalised-with-a-new-packaging-design Glen Garioch. We expect great things from this newly-overhauled distillery - it's great that they're finally getting a bit of marketing attention.