Looking for new and exciting whiskies that have just arrived on our shelves? This is where you'll find them in all their glory, from the latest distillery and independent bottlings to old favourites that we've managed to get our hands on. Select 'sort relevance' below to view the latest arrivals.
An outstanding 1954 vintage Glenlivet from Gordon & MacPhail's ultra premium Private Collection series. This one has been aged in refill sherry butt #1412 for an extensive 64 years, before it was hand-selected by the family-owned independent bottler in April 2018...
A set of two limited edition decanters which mark the oldest Longmorn single malt ever released. The managers of Gordon & MacPhail, Stuart & Richard Urquhart, are identical twins and here we have two single cask Longmorn's both filled on February 2nd 1961...
The first release in the Stories series is inspired by apprentice malt master, Kesley McKechnie, and her very idea of sourcing virgin oak barrels from Kentucky to mature Balvenie single malt! This 12 year old was matured in said barrels from Kelvin Cooperage...
Released as part of the newly introduced Stories series by the brilliant Balvenie distillery, The Week of Peat pays homage to the short period each year where they produce peated whisky...
A 26 year old from Balvenie's new range, inspired by a series of stories at the much-loved Speyside distillery. This one, the oldest in the trilogy, references the work of Brian Webster and Robbie Gormley, a mashman and maltman who once experimented with the use of heavily roasted dark barley.
The JJ Corry Battalion is named in honour of the Saint Patrick’s Battalion, a group of Irish men who fought for Mexico in the Mexican/American War of 1846-1848. This is a blend of 60% 9 Year Old grain and 40% 13 Year Old malt whiskey which were finished in Mezcal and Tequila casks for 7 months (a world first for this cask finish for Whisky)
A vintage Macallan distilled in 1956 and bottled by Campbell, Hope and King and an Italian import bottling, distributed by Fratelli Rinaldi. Bottled at 80 proof in a 75cl bottle and guaranteed to be aged over 15 years.
This iconic Macallan was bottled at 80 Proof by Campbell, Hope and King, Elgin as an official distillery release. Distilled at the famous distillery in Speyside in 1957 and bottled in 1974.
Imported by Fratelli Rinaldi, Bologna.
Bottled at 80 proof in 1979 by Campbell, Hope and King, Elgin. This is the final vintage that the independent bottler's name appeared on, as Macallan assumed full responsibility for their own bottling in 1980. This 80 proof 1962 vintage of the Campbell, Hope and King was rebottled for the Fine and Rare release, the same one that features in the James Bond film, Skyfall.
A rare 1957 vintage of the "beast of Dufftown" Speyside malt, Mortlach bottled by the Aberdeen based independent bottler RW Duthie and this 27 year old release was in collaboration with and for the Narsai's restaurant in California. A 75cl bottle at 86.8 US proof (43.4 % ABV) and originally released in the mid 1980's.
A very old and rare Gordon & Macphail bottling of a 1958 vintage Macallan single malt bottled at the old 80 proof in the 26 2/3 FL OZ floret stencilled bottle sometime in the 1970's.