A 1983 vintage Port Ellen from independent bottlers Silver Seal, bottled at 26 years of age in 2009. The distillery was sadly closed in 1983 and has gained a cult following since, with bottles being in high demand.
A single cask of 23 year old Port Ellen from the 1983 vintage bottled at 49% by Douglas Laing offshoot Douglas of Drumlanrig for the Italian market. Douglas of Drumlanrig bottles are endorsed (and purportedly selected) by the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, the UK's largest private landowner.
A 22 year old Brora bottled by Douglas Laing for their Old Malt Cask range. A rare one this - bottled in March 1983, the same month that production ceased for good. A bottle from one of the last casks of spirit produced at this cult Highland distillery.
A single cask 18 year old Brora bottled by Signatory for their Silent Stills series. This was distilled in 1983, the same year that the distillery closed, and is bottled at a cask strength of 52.9%. 1 ONLY
Teeling's 1983 vintage Platinum Reserve is one of the oldest ever Irish whiskies to be released – at 30 years of age. Matured full-term in Bourbon cask number 1, this is rich and luxurious and limited to just 250 bottles.