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.
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.
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.
Still a great value for money blended Scotch that may have changed since its heyday when it was a blend with all 7 Islay malts at the heart of the blend but its current 2013 stylish retro repackaging and new recipe with Bunnahabhain at the heart of the blend still has a lovely touch of smoke as well as some floral honey and dried fruit.
21 year old blended Scotch whisky from the Black Bull range by Duncan Taylor. Its made up of 55% malts and 45% grains, a very well made blend presented at 50% ABV.
The seventh release from Duncan Taylors popular Black Bull series. This 40-year-old blended Scotch whisky features many different single malts and single grains with vintages ranging from the 60s and 70s. To note just a few, theres Macallan 1969, Bowmore 1968, Glenfarclas 1966 and Lochside 1966, in there. Very, very impressive stuff.