The 18 year old expression of Dewar's ever popular blended whisky. After blending the whisky is refilled into vats for an extra long marrying period, hence the 'Double Matured' moniker on the bottle. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Whisky - Scotch
Introduced in 2010, this is the relaunched version of Bunnahabhain 18yo, with owners Burn Stewart having ditched the caramel colouring and chill-filtration and upped the strength to 46.3%. A triumph for 'naturalist' whisky drinkers and a PR triumph for Burn Stewart - Bravo!
IWSC - Gold Medal Winner World Whiskies Awards 2014: Best Islay Single Malt 13-20
Introduced in 2007, this 18yo Jura was brought in to replace the discontinued 21 year-old. Often overlooked for it's neighbour, Islay, Jura is a beautiful island full of deer and is where George Orwell finished writing Nineteen Eighty-Four.
A 1990 vintage Laphroaig bottled by indie bottler Montgomerie's in July 2009 at 18 years of age. This was distilled in the early days of legendary former manager Iain Henderson's reign at the distillery.
This bottling was produced at Willowbank distillery and originally intended to be Lammerlaw single malt, the distillery closed in 2000 when the stills were sent to Fiji for rum production. The stocks were subsequently bought by The New Zealand Malt Whisky Company, who have released this delightful spicy and fruity expression.
The 18 year-old has always been one of the best of Glenmorangie's core range and its stylish packaging has ensured its popularity. Picked up the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010. IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal Winner
The latest expression of Dalmore is an 18yo, and it's just as smooth, spicy and sweet as fans of this distillery would hope. Bottled at 43%, which is a great step forward for owners W&M, but we can't help thinking this would be even better at 46%.