An incredibly rare bottle of Macallan, distilled before World War II in 1937 and bottled some time in the 1970's and curiously labelled as Macallan-Glenlivet Liqueur Whisky!
Presented in one of Gordon & Macphail's thistle stencilled bottles.
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.
The oldest Glenfarclas whiskies date back to 1953, so this epic Family Cask release from 1956 can be counted among the the rarest and most sought-after of the distillery’s spirit. Through into the mix a mightily high score from Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, and the fact that there are only 151 of these available, and you have a gem of a Speyside whisky.
A 1961 vintage Glenfarclas drawn from a single Oloroso sherry cask, with an outturn of just 199 bottles. The spirit was distilled in March 1961 and bottled 45 years on, during November 2006.
Sold as a set of two limited edition decanters and the oldest Longmorn single malt ever released. The managers of Gordon Macphail, Stuart & Richard Urquart are identical twins so we have two single cask Longmorn's both filled to cask on 2nd February 1961 and bottled in 2018 after 57 years in 1st fill Sherry Hogsheads. Only 97 sets available worldwide.
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.
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.
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.
A thoroughly aged whisky that was part of the famous Glenfarclas Family Casks range. This was distilled in 1966, when England last won the world cup, and was bottled in spring 2017. Only 146 bottles were released as part of this outturn.
Gordon & Macphail, once the official bottlers for Glen Grant, have a long history of thoroughly well-aged releases for this distillery. This one was distilled back when England last won the World Cup - which is a very long time indeed - and spent its life maturing in first and second fill sherry casks, before being bottled at 40% ABV.
Aged for five decades (yes, thats 50 years!) in a single sherry butt, this bottling was released as part of the Old & Rare Platinum range by Hunter Laing. The whisky was matured from June 1966 to November 2016 and comes from an undisclosed Speyside distillery. This independent bottler likes to call it Probably Speysides finest distillery. They probably arent wrong there...