A bit of an old curiosity shop of an old blended Scotch from the early 1960's bottled by Connolly & Olivieri Ltd of Birmingham "Ye Treasure Trove" indeed!
A very good value, well-aged blended whisky, at 13 years old, this was assembled by Master Blender Richard Paterson of The Dalmore fame. It's bottled at 40% ABV.
A spectacular blended whisky that’s basically a who’s who of closed legends: Port Ellen, Brora, Glen Mhor, Rosebank, Caperdonich, Imperial, Mosstowie, Glenisla, Glenlochy, Craigduff, with a dash of grain whisky from Port Dundas distillery. Need we say more? A fantastic line up to mark the 10th batch of the Lost Distilleries Blend.
18 year old single malt from the Glover series bottled by Adelphi, named in honour of Thomas Blake Glover. The whisky celebrates the relationship of Scotland and Japan by using single malts from both countries. 1,412 bottles were produced.
A great value for money blended malt, The Feathery would give Monkey Shoulder and the Naked Grouse a run for their money. 100% matured in ex-Sherry casks and produced by Ian Macleod who are also famous for the Pig's Nose and Sheep Dip brands of Whisky.
A smooth well-balanced, deluxe blend which displays the mellowness expected from a top quality brand. Each whisky has a minimum age of 12 years and has been selected to combine all the strengths and subtleness of Scottish whisky at its best. It is simply a superlative dram.
One of the big, famous blended whiskies that's been around for donkey's years - but is now in a rather attractive new bottle. Older versions of the blend were well respected with Ardmore and Glendronach single malts still at the core of this.
Newcomers North Star Spirits are proving to be rather popular on the whisky scene, and it’s easy to see why. SPICA is a 20 year old blended whisky distilled in 1997 - with a fantastic colour on it.
Sheep dip is a blended malt woven together from 16 different single malts aged between 8-20years old from a high percentage of first fill casks by master distiller with the Whyte & Mackay group, Mr Robert (the nose) Patterson. Produced by the Ian Macleod group who also bottle the equally popular Pig's Nose blend as well as owning the Glengoyne and Tamdhu distilleries.
A blended whisky released to celebrate the adventures and endeavours of Sir Ernest Shackleton, notably his expeditions to the Antarctic. This was a creation put together by Master Blender, Richard Paterson, continuing the theme of his recreation of Mackinlay's Rare Old Highland Malt.
A fabulous 38 year old blended Scotch whisky from Chivas named after a powerful symbol used to crown the monarchs of Scotland and England, the Stone of Destiny. This complex fruity whisky comes presented in a striking bottle, housed in a very smart presentation case.
The big Scotch whisky brand, Royal Salute, has produced a rather spiffing limited edition blend that’s created in partnership with interior designer Afroditi Krassa (who’s worked on all sorts of fancy places including Heston Blumenthal's Perfectionists' Café). You not only get this royally aged whisky and other things, including a funnel and serving tray, but a porcelain flask and porcelain bottle of Royal Salute.
Released to conside with the relationship the Royal Salut range from Chivas has with all things Polo, this 21 year old World Polo Edition blended Scotch whisky was produced. A well-aged tasty Scotch from Chivas.
Unveiled in 2015, Chivas Extra Combines whiskies aged in Oloroso sherry casks along with some rather rare single malts. Chivas Regal did well with this one, snatching a Gold Medal in the San Francisco World Spirits awards 2015. "An incredibly rich and discerning interpretation of the Chivas Signature style" Colin Scott – Master Blender.
With the backing of the Robert Burns World Federation, this is Arran distillery's blended Scotch whisky that, whilst not wholly Arran, does contain a dose of Arran malt within.
Eight year old blended malt whisky from independent bottlers, Wemyss Malts. It portrays the classic flavour profile you get from most distilleries on Islay, smoky and weighty.
Gold award-winning blended malt from Wemyss, offering a great deal of complex peaty notes. The whisky is a blend of 12 year old malt from Islay along with 16 year old single malt. The result is a terrific character featuring honey, citrus and well-balanced peat smoke.
Peat Chimney is a blended malt first released in 2005 and made up of 16 different malts from 4 different regions with a high percentage of them coming from Islay. Produced by independent bottler Wemyss Malts, Peat Chimney took home Gold in the 2015 Scotch Whisky Masters for Blended Malt: Premium.
A well-worked duo between master distiller Richard Paterson and superb producers of Gonzalez Byass sherry, brings us Nomad Outland Whisky. It has been made with a stunning selection of over 30 malt and grain whiskies that have been aged for 5 to 8 years. These whiskies were blended together left to mature in Sherry butts for three years. That was only Scotlands participation in…
A blended Scotch Whisky that means "son of the sea" in Gaelic and bottled by the Gaelic Whiskies company based on the Isle of Skye who also produce the equally impressive " Te Bheag" blend. This has a high malt content to grain with just a trace of peat.