The blended whisky category has been in existence since the mid-19th century and remains the foundation of the industry. Blended Scotch is simply a mix of malt and grain whiskies. Some blends use only a limited number of malts,(The Famous Grouse uses only a dozen or so); others, many more - around 40 malts go into Johnnie Walker Black Label and ... Read More »
A very special 38yo Royal Salute from Chivas, Stone of Destiny is named after the ancient stone used for British Royal coronation ceremonies for centuries, symbolizing the approval for the incoming king.
An old bottling of White Horse 8 year old blended Scotch whisky with the popular spring cap closure. We estimate that this was bottled during the 1930s and carries the royal warrant for His Majesty The King.
The 2013 release of Hankey Bannister 40 year old, the 2007 bottling of which won Best Blended Whisky in the World at the World Whisky Awards. The blend includes some 1967 and 1970 sherried Highland whiskies combined with Lowland grain.
A bottle of 3 star Blended Scotch Whisky from John Crabbie & Co. Founded in 1801, they were bottlers and blenders based in Leith, but nowadays are known for their Ginger Wine. We estimate this was bottled in the 1940s.
An incredibly rare edition of Johnnie Walker Gold label. Just the apt number of 1992 bottles were released to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the granting of Burgh status to Kilmarnock in 1992. One of the most sought after Johnnie Walker bottlings ever released.
A bottling of Ballantine's 30 year old Blended Scotch Whisky presented in a beautiful crystal decanter. The brand was established in 1827 by George Ballantine and has remained a British staple to this day.
An extraordinary fifty-year-old blended whisky bottled by Ian MacLeod in 2008, owners of Glengoyne distillery. Contains a very high proportion of single malt, a goodly amount of which hails from the distillery on the eponymous island. A massive hit at The Whisky Show in 2009 & 2010, where it was one of the most sought-after 'Ultra Premium Drams'.
Released towards the end of 2010, The John Walker is an ultra-premium expression of Johnie Walker Blue Label, crafted using some of the very oldest whiskies available from Diageo's vast maturing stock - including some very old whiskies from distilleries long since closed including Cambus and Glen Albyn, alongside traditional Johnnie Walker cornerstones such as Cardhu and Talisker.
A limited edition ultra-premium blend from Pernod Ricard, topping their Royal Salute range and named for the 62 gun salute fired for royal anniversaries. The whiskies used to make the blend are aged for at least 40 years and it is packaged in an elegant blue decanter, painted and inlaid with 24-carat gold, and comes in a blue case complete with a book describing the creation of the blend.