Scotch Single Malt Whisky
These are whiskies that have been distilled at one distillery only, aged for at least three years and bottled above 40% abv. No grain whiskies can sit within this character, only those that have been made purely with malted barley. There are six regions where Scotch single malts are produced, these typically define the style and character of the whiskies. Speyside and Highlands are renowned for those rich and fruity styled whiskies, whilst Islay is home to the peat smoke.
The first core range release from The Glasgow Distiling Co., the 1770 signature has been matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in American virgin oak. This a young and fresh single malt offering a classic lowland style. Both a 1770 triple distilled and peated version are set to follow next.
A single malt Glen Grant distilled way back in 1948 and bottled at 58 years old in 2006 by the very well respected independent bottler Gordon & Macphail who were the semi official bottler for the likes of Glen Grant and Macallan back in the day and holds up very well to long ageing in Sherry wood.
An Italian import bottling of Macallan distilled way back in 1952 and bottled at 80 Proof by Campbell, Hope and King, Elgin. Imported by Filli Rinaldi, Bologna. The bottle label displays both Imperial and Metric volume measurements, suggesting this bottling is from circa 1970's.
Drawn from a set of two American oak bourbon hogsheads, filled way back in 1961, this is something quite remarkable - Bowmore single malt Scotch whisky aged for half a century in the famous No.1 vaults. The hand-blown bottle is the work of Glasstorm, which is housed within a hand-crafted cabinet made with the craftsmanship of Peter Toaig. To finish things off, they had Thomas F…
A rare and collectable Speyside Whisky this, 1963 vintage Strathisla from Gordon & MacPhail released in 2011. Not often do you see this in single malt bottlings, its usually featured in blended whiskies such as Chivas.
This is a fabulously old Bowmore single malt whisky. Distilled all the way back in 1964, before England won a World Cup, it was matured in a fino sherry cask before being bottled at 42.9% ABV. 72 bottles we released, making it very rare indeed.
A spectacular vintage for the legendary Glenfarclas Family Casks range. This was distilled in 1964, and spent its whole life in a sherry butt, making it a thoroughly aged delight for fans of sherried whiskies. Only 327 bottles were released.
Every year the Distillery Manager, John MacDonald, selects the finest examples of Balblair from the maturing whiskies which he believes best exemplify Balblair Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky: rich spices; fruits and a pleasant leathery note. Of the thousands of barrels sampled each year only a limited number of casks which have reached perfection are chosen for release; how…
A spectacular release from the prevalent Bowmore distillery on Islay. This liquid was initially distilled back in 1965, it was then matured for over four decades in a single sherry hogshead until 2008. This Premier Range bottling was released for the travel retail market and only 57 bottles were produced from the cask. This is bottle number 46.
Bottled as part of the 2015 Spring 2015 releases, this Glenfarclas was aged for nearly five decades. The whisky spent its time maturing in a single sherry butt numbered 4512, which filled just 358 bottles.