A 1991 Christmas release of a Wade decanter containing 8 year old Bell's blended Scotch. Now discontinued, these ceramic bottles remain quite collectable to some!
A Solera-system blended Scotch from top independent bottler Adelphi, which uses malt and grain whisky from their private stock featuring all regions of Scotland. A great value for money offering.
Angels share is an activity that goes on with all maturing whisky every day, month, and year. Angels Nectar is a bottling that combines what would potentially be the angels share taken from Highland and Speyside malt whiskies.
A seriously smoky release from the Angels Nectar range, featuring a selection of Highland malts. The Rich Peat edition screams peat smoke, followed by fruity sweetness and chewy toffee.
Speyside meets Islay with this Double Barrel bottling from Douglas Laing. Both Ardbeg and Aultmore are individually very fine whiskies, so this combination in a blended malt is a real treat.
Have you ever wondered what Ardbeg might taste like when blended with a Speyside single malt (in this case, Craigellachie)? Well, independent bottlers Douglas Laing have gone and done the work for us here with this bottling from their intriguing Double Barrel series.
A very popular blended whisky owned by Chivas Brothers, Ballantine's Finest uses a good 50 single malts as well as a few grain whiskies to boot. A very accessible blend, bottled at 40% ABV.
One of the iconic Bell's decanters - this being an 8 year old blended whisky to celebrate Charlie's 50th. The porcelain decanter features some 22 carat gold!
The Royal Reserve release of Bell's blended Scotch aged for 21 years that is now long discontinued and the oldest ever to be released under this ever popular brand.
Big Peat has a big age now. The Gold Edition is a 25 year old blended malt made up entirely of peated whiskies from Islay. Bottled at 52.1% ABV, 3,000 bottles were released for this first edition of Douglas Laing's Vintage Series.
Big Peat Christmas Edition 2016 is unlike any bottling ever released by the firm before — it features Whiskies from every active distillery on the Isle of Islay, as well as from the closed Port Ellen distillery!
Bottled at a natural cask strength of 54.6%, the new Christmas release is proudly without colouring or chill-filtration.
Peatheads will love this!