An excellent gifting pack, this is made up of 3 x 10cl minis of 12,15 and 18 years old Glenfiddich, and it is accompanied by 2 nosing glasses.
A classic single malt Scotch whisky from the Cardhu distillery in Speyside, presented with a rather sizeable nosing glass. this would make a great gift for someone who is beginning to explore the world of whisky.
New to the BenRiach range in 2015, the 10 year old Speyside single malt Scotch is now a core bottling from the distillery. Since the distillery had taken on new ownership, this has been something they have worked towards ever since taking the reins. The whisky is matured in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks and bottled at 43%, overall a wonderful refreshing Speyside whisky.
Better known for making classic "Gentle dram" Speyside malt, the Tomintoul distillery also produce some excellent peated single malt under the "Old Ballantruan" brand and here a lightly peated style under their own brand name. Scores 94 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible "A bit more than a tang, believe me! Faultlessly clean distillate that revels in its unaccustomed peaty role."
Master distiller, Robert Fleming has produced a spectacular bottling for the fiftieth anniversary of Tomintoul. He picked out casks from each decade between 1965 and 2005, resulting in an outturn of 5, 230 numbered bottles.
A classic "Gentle Dram" from the Speyside based Tomintoul distillery. A 14 year old release at 46% ABV and bottled at natural colour and non chill filtered. Scores 95 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible "Just magnificent whisky bottled the way it is meant to be."
A very easy drinking and delicious dram from the Tomintoul distillery in Speyside. Full of citrus, toffee tones with hints of raisins on the nose, with a creamy sweet palate, touches of oak and spice.
A very easy drinking and delicious dram from the Tomintoul distillery in Speyside. Full of citrus, toffee tones with hints of raisins on the nose, with a creamy sweet palate, touches of oak and spice.
For one week each year, Tomatin Distillery produces a spectral peated single malt scotch whisky, in contrast to their typical unpeated expressions and named after the legendary Hellhound, Cù Bòcan, Who trecked through the Highland village for centuries. This ghostly smokey edition has been peated to a light 15 PPM, and has matured in a mix of virgin oak, bourbon and sherry casks. A Midlands Whisky Festival Favourite
This unique single malt has been crafted using Tomatin malts whiskies which have been aged for between 21 – 24 years. The use of both North American and European oak casks help to give this whisky a lovely balanced feel...
An antique bottling of the Auchroisk, Speyside distillery under "The Singleton" brand name and bottled around the early 1990's at around 15 years old.
Commemorating the legendary Macallan advertising campaigns of the 1970's 80's and 90's that took The Macallan name to a wider audience for the first time. First released in 2015, the series is comprised of 24 individual releases. Folio 3 leads with an advertising feature that celebrates the idea that whisky is best made in cold weather, inspired by a tradition commented on by the Macallan Distillery Manager.
Only 2000 bottles released
Commemorating the legendary Macallan advertising campaigns of the 1970's, 80's and 90's that took The Macallan name to a wider audience for the first time and first released in 2015, the series will be comprised of 24 individual releases with Folio 2 having only 2500 bottles available.
Awarded Gold Medal in Jim Murray's 2014 Whisky Bible, the Macallan Sienna is a warm coloured whisky opening with a subtle vanilla nose, persistent yet not overpowering. A great addition in the 1824 Series by The Macallan.
Select Oak is a travel retail exclusive single malt from Macallan's 1824 Collection. The Whisky is drawn from both European oak casks and seasoned American oak casks before being bottled.
Ruby is a well-aged expression from the 1824 Collection by Macallan featuring a dark hue. Its drawn from the finest sherry casks housed in their warehouses, before being bottled without any artificial colouring added.
Following on from the hotly sought after M is the Macallan Reflexion, released as part of their decanter series. This sublime bottle of Macallan was matured in a combination of American and Spanish first-fill sherry hogsheads before it was bottled at 43% ABV.
Rare Cask Black is a mysteriously peaty expression from The Macallan distillery. The whisky is drawn from casks that have been stored in the dark Speyside-based warehouse for many years untouched. A rarity to see a smoky expression from this distillery.
The crowning jewel of the 1824 series and the No 6 Macallan represents the six pillars that are the foundation stones for this Speyside distillery. It also has a six faceted Lalique decanter that contains a marriage of 1st fill Sherry cask aged single malts.
The Macallan in Lalique 55 Years Old decanter was released in 2007, with only 420 individually numbered decanters made available worldwide. Inspired by Lalique’s classic Paquerettes tiara perfume bottle, this decanter is a nod back to the designing power and influence of Rene Lalique in 1910. Made in varying...
The Macallan Gold Double Cask is the whisky formally known as The Macallan Gold, but was updated in 2018 for the revamped range. It's aged in a combination of first-fill and refill sherry casks.
The 4th in an ongoing series of limited releases from Speyside distillery, Macallan that celebrates the important role of cask influence and this was specifically released in time for the opening of the new £120 million distillery in the...
The second "Edition" bottling in the series from The Macallan was matured in European and American oak casks, before being bottled at 48.2% ABV. One Per Customer Only
The first edition of an ongoing series of limited releases with this one limited to just 1500 for the wooden box presentation. Matured in a combination of first and second fill European and American oak casks and this edition was first released in Taiwan and America in 2015.
Released as part of the 1824 Series, Amber is a light and fruity single malt from The Macallan which offers up notes of citrus, raisin and vanilla. The series features whisky matured exclusively in sherry casks meaning the more time spent in the cask, the longer the whisky has been matured.
A new bit of packaging and bottle design for The Macallan 25 year old, released in 2018 and exclusively matured in Macallan's very own bespoke Oloroso sherry casks. A sumptuous Speyside malt that is becoming incredibly hard to get hold of.
Macallan 18 year old is a rare treat - especially in the Fine Oak range, which was sadly discontinued. The triple cask bit refers to the three types of maturation - a combination of European Oak Casks and American Oak Casks, both of which have been seasoned with Sherry, along with some ex-Bourbon wood.
Top quality 18 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the famed Macallan distillery in Speyside. This is the 2017 release from the sought after series, offering up lots of delicious sherried notes alongside oodles of rich fruit.
A fine whisky from The Macallan distillery aged for 18 years in refill American and European oak casks. Notes of toffee, vanilla and dried fruit alongside some hazelnut and oak spice.
An 18 year old single malt whisky from The Macallan fine oak range, matured in a combination of bourbon barrels and sherry casks.
Please note: this bottle does not come with it's original gift box.
Strictly 2 Per Customer! Released as part of The Macallan fine oak range comes this 15 year old single malt whisky from Speyside, matured in a combination of bourbon barrels and sherry casks. The nose gives soft white fruits; on the palate there is rich vanilla and spices from the bourbon barrels followed by a long dry finish with almost a whiff of crème Brulée.
Part of the new core range of 2018 releases under the triple cask range that here sees 12 year old Macallan matured in a combination of Sherry seasoned American and European oak and Ex-Bourbon oak casks.
The Macallan Sherry Oak is exclusively matured for a minimum of ten years in Spanish oak casks, handcrafted and sherry seasoned in Jerez. This delivers a classic Macallan style, wonderfully rich in colour with dried fruits, spice and chocolate orange.
A muli vintage Glenrothes first seen in 2015, the Vintage reserve combines single malts from 8 to 26 years old and from ten different vintages between 1989 and 2007. An expertly crafted mellow and crowd pleasing Speyside malt.
Glenrothes Sherry cask reserve is exclusively matured in first fill Sherry casks and first appeared into the range in 2014 and displays classic mellow and creamy character that this Speyside distillery is famous for.
The Glenlivet Nàdurra Peated Whisky Cask Finish is the first peat influenced expression from the distillery in over a century. Created with respect for traditional methods, this whisky is produced in small batches and bottled at natural cask strength without chill-filtration. Finished in casks that have previously held heavily peated Speyside single malt.The Glenlivet’s classic, smooth and fruity house style has been enriched with gentle, aromatic smoky notes.
Matured in first-fill Oloros sherry Casks from Jerez in Spain, this Glenlivet follows in the footsteps in their classic cask stregnth Nádurra range. This bottling is released at 60.7% ABV and is bottled without chill-filtration. A dark, super fruity monster from the distillery in Speyside.
Cask strength Glenlivet that has been matured entirely in first fill American white oak casks. It's bottled at a hefty 60.3% ABV.
The Founders Reserve bottling by Glenlivet was released to replace the 12 year old single malt in most countries. A very pleasant entry level whisky named after their founder George Smith.
The Glenlivet "Code" follows on from the Alpha and Cipher limited releases that have no information on age, cask or tasting notes but instead rely on the drinker to come to their own conclusions based on tasting for yourself. Distillery manager Alan Winchester invites you to taste "the labyrinth of flavours that will test the senses of even the most discerning Whisky drinker"
Matured in French Limousin Oak for a limited time, this spicy single malt earned Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in both 2011 and 2012.
Released in 2011 this whisky was matured for 21 years in a mixture of Oloroso and sweet Pedro Ximénez sherry casks, Yummy! The whisky has a huge complexity of sweet and rich, well rounded flavours. Plenty of toasted oak and baked fruits on the nose, a touch of mocha and nuttiness...
This awesome 25 year old release was introduced to Balvenies luscious range of single malts in 2014. The whisky is Matured in refill American oak, each batch drawing no more than 300 bottles from a single cask, meaning...
A cracking value single malt release from Tamnavulin, which normally sees its spirit heading into Whyte & MacKay blends. After spending some time (we don't know how long) in American oak casks, it was then finished in Sherry casks. Very approachable stuff.
This is the third release in Tamdhu's impressive Batch Strength series. Clocking in at a mighty ABV of 58.3%, it's matured in sherry casks - so makes for a potent dram and packaged in a fetching Art Deco style bottle.
A release of only 100 bottles, this is a single cask Tamdhu aged for an impressive 50 years in a first-fill Eauropean oak Sherry cask, which was initially filled back in November 1963. The first sight of an official bottling of this age from the Speyside-based distillery, and it's presented at a steep 55.6% too.
Tamdhu started out as a revolutionary distillery in the time of industrialisation in Scotland. It's founders were obsessed with the idea of perfection and constructed the most advanced distillery of its time. The distillery was closed for a little while, but they came back in 2013 with a simple goal: to make it as it was and to bring it to life in its former majesty.
Tamdhu 10 Year Old is Sherry cask matured in the best combination of first fill and refill Sherry casks for a lovely mellow Speyside treat that is great value for money.
Unveiled in 2015 from the Single Minded range by Douglas Laing, this is a 15 year old single malt Scotch whisky from a secret Speyside distillery. We don't know which exact distillery it comes from. However, this is a medium-rich fruity Speysider with a decent amount of age to it.
The Old Particular range from Doulgas Laing is a firm favourite with whisky fans, who should fine much to enjoy in this release from the Speyside distillery. This ones spent just over 15 years in a single cask refill barrel.
The singleton brand name is shared by four different distilleries within the Diageo group and here it is the Speyside distillery Dufftown we focus on. One of a duo of new releases for 2014 (the other being the Bourbon cask aged Sunray) Tailfire is aged in more ex-European Sherry oak for a richer dried fruit influence to this mellow Speysider.
Aged in American oak caks, Sunray is one of the new no age statement expressions from The Singleton of Dufftown range released in 2014. The other expression which is slightly more intense is the Tailfire. The name of this whisky comes from a type of fly used for fly fidhing. Dont get too worried though, the notes of the whisky are not fishy or anything. Infact they are very sof…
This is the second batch of Secret Distillery #1 - a totally top secret Speysider - from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. It’s a tasty 9 year old sherry cask matured single malt with 1,220 bottles available in the second wave bottled at 51.7% ABV. Check out that big red door of the distillery for a clue, where could it be?
Batch 2 of the cask strength Scallywag blended malt that represents the Speyside region in Douglas Laing's regional malts collection. Only 4800 bottles released at cask strength of 54.1% ABV with the trio of Mortlach, Macallan and Glenrothes single malts making up the backbone of this limited edition.
Scallywag is named in honour of the Laings family Fox Terriers who exhibit the same chararistics as this blended whisky - sweet but mischievous! Scallywag gains a rich, dark colour from the many fine Spanish Sherry Butts selected for its casking. There is a richly spiced character on the nose combined with delicious vanilla from the Bourbon Hogsheads selected. On the palate you…
Whisky's favourite fox terrier returns on the bottle of a limited edition release of Scallywag, from Douglas Laing. A vatting of sherry-cask-matured Speyside single malts, the whiskies have been aged for a minimum of 10 years.
Independently bottled Royal Brackla from the Highland Laird range by Bartels Whisky, distilled in 2006 and aged for 10 years in a single bourbon hogshead. This fruit-forward Speyside single malt was released at natural cask strength with...
A great value for money heavily peated malt from the Tomintoul distillery that is better known for its more gentle Speyside single malts. Joining the likes of Benriach, Benromach and Glenglassaugh in producing Speyside Single malt for the peat freaks and smokeheads and well worth trying the 10 year old version if you enjoy this 50% ABV release.
From a mixture of sherry and bourbon casks comes Mortlachs first release of their new range of Mortlach single malts. When Mortlach was seen in the Flora and Fauna release it was known to be indeed quite sherried. The Mortlach Rare Old brings a complex malt which is rather light and spicy. Baked fruits and a nuttyness on the nose. The spice appears on the palate bringing Cinnam…
Single cask Mortlach aged for 7 years in a refill barrel and bottled by Laingside for the Hepburns Choice range. The whisky was aged from 2007 to 2015 when it was bottled at 46% ABV. Only 248 bottles were produced. A cracking Speyside single malt you dont often see much of.
Distilled in the finest refill american oak casks for 25 long awaited years, this Mortlach has gained richness and masses of complexity. The distillery have done exceptionally well with this new 25 year old single malt from Mortlachs new range.
The 18 year old offering from the Mortlach distillery that is often referred to as "The beast of Dufftown" for being a more robust style of Speyside. Released in 2014 as part of a new range of malts that replaced the discontinued 16 year old Flora & Fauna bottling and also included the Rare Old, 25 year old and special strength for travel retail. All were bottled in design heavy 50cl size bottles and now discontinued to be replaced by a new trilogy of age statements in 70cl bottles,make your mind up Mortlach!
Always a fan-favourite among whisky drinkers of old (not necessarily old ones, just those in the know), this is a super value Mortlach that is released in Gordon & MacPhail’s retro-tastic Distillery Label range. It’s a 15 year old offering bottled at 43% ABV.
An old circa 1960's Milton-Duff Speyside single malt with the Glenlivet name used as was common for many distilleries back before Glenlivet finally put a stop to every distillery from within 100 mile radius jumping on the popularity of The Glenlivet malt. Bottled at the old 75 proof and bottle size.
Not a huge amount of Miltonduff around, particularly of this age - and look at the colour! Aged for four decades, this is bottled at 47% ABV by Indie bottling company That Boutique-y Whisky Company.
The third batch of Miltonduff released by That Boutique-y Whisky Company is a whopping 28 year old, bottled up and presented at 46.1% ABV. A reasonably small outturn of 149 bottles were produced.
Gordon & MacPhail's new Discovery series explores different flavour profiles of Bourbon, Sherry or Smoke. This one is a sherried style aged for 10 years from the lesser known Speyside distillery, Miltonduff.
Strictly 1 Per Customer Macallan M is the final edition to the 1824 series from the Macallan Distillery. Steering away from the colour inspired names such as amber, ruby etc this goes simply by The Macallan M. Matured in the...
An incredibly rare 8 year old Macallan Sherry cask single malt from an Italian Rinaldi of Bologna import that dates from around circa 1980's and bottled at 43% ABV and complete with its original box.
The 2018 release of the Macallan 30 year old exclusively matured in Oloroso Sherry seasoned casks from Jerez, Spain. A highly sought after and collectable single malt from the Rolls Royce of Speyside malts.
25 year old Speyside whisky released as part of The Macallan Anniversary range. It is made up of whisky that was distilled in both 1958 and 1959, left to mature in the finest sherry casks before being bottled in 1985. This terrific whisky also comes housed in a very traditional looking wooden presentation case.
A 21 year old release from top Speyside distillery Macallan from the "Fine Oak" series that is a triple oak matured single malt that uses both European and American Sherry seasoned oak and ex-Bourbon American oak. This is an older style packaged release from the mid 2000's.
A distillery classic from The Macallan in the heart of Speyside. Their 2018 release of the popular 18 year old Sherry Oak is as exceptional as ever with an abundance of fruit and mellow spice.
Complete with original box a 1980's era cask strength Macallan 10 year old bottled at 57% ABV or 100 proof and of course matured in Sherry casks. A Speyside classic with a bit more power in this rare bottling.
A 1980's era 100 proof 10 year old Macallan that is actually 57% ABV. Matured in Sherry wood and a more robust style from this classic Speyside distillery.
An old 1980's bottling of The Longmorn single malt by Gordon and Macphail back when they were the semi official bottlers of a range of Speyside single malts and interestingly this release uses the Glenlivet name as many did back in those days who were the leading distillery name for quality malt.
The Distillers Choice is a non age statement single malt whisky from Longmorn. This Speysider has been matured in a combination of bourbon, Oloroso Sherry and hogshead casks.
Launched in early 2017 and replaces a previous 16 year old release (which was itself a replacement for the 15 year old release) as part of a trio of newly packaged single malts from this Speyside distillery that also includes a no age statement...
Independently bottled Inchgower aged for 6 years and presented in the eye-catching Premier Barrel range. This Speysider was distilled in 2009 and bottled in 2016 by Douglas Laing.
A 17 year old expression from this wonderful distillery nestled in Speyside. Glentauchers is another distillery you dont often see on the shelf, as most of it is used for blends such as Chivas. This is That Boutique-y whisky Companys third batch from this distillery and they managed to produce just 508 bottles.
The Glenrothes distillery is currently owned by famous English wine merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd. The Vintage Reserve is their staple single malt which offers oodles of spice alongside mixed fruit and some cinnamon.
It’s been a good long while since Glenrothes distillery made any peated whisky, but they’ve managed to make an interesting peat-inspired release with this whisky. Distilled in 1992, it was finished in casks that used to hold peated Islay whisky.
A very decent Glenrothes here which has been aged for 8 year in both refill sherry and bourbon hogsheads. It was bottled for the MacPhails Collection by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail.
Glenlivets 25 Year Old, finished in individually selected ex-sherry butts. The Oloroso-soaked oak imparts a nutty spiciness and enriched notes. This sherried dram won itself BEST Speyside Single Malt in the 2014 world Whiskies Awards(!), along with many other awards in 2014 alone. Visit the video below World Whiskies Awards 2014 - Gold Medal - Speyside Single Malt 21 Years an…
The Glenlivet has one of the greatest 21-year-old whiskies, winning awards continuesly. The combination of cask types imparts richness, intensity and a long finish to this whisky.
Single cask edition, The Conglass! Matured in a single hogshead cask for 14 years before being bottled in the middle of February 2014 at a mighty 59.8% ABV. The name of the bottle, Conglass, comes from the scenic Conglass water, which flows through the Highlands eventually meeting the Livet.
A limited edition Glenfiddich that was inspired by the original 1963 recipe single malt released by head distiller at the time Hamish Robertson and Widely believed to have been the first commercially available single malt. This displays the trademark distillery house style and shows great body and complexity for a 40% ABV malt. Packaged in a cool tin as well, bonus!
On the cold evening of 7th January after weeks of continuous snow fall, a number of warehouse roofs collapsed under the weight leaving casks exposed to the night sky and the wintery conditions in 2010. So at this point Glenffidichs malt master Brian Kinsman had a great idea, to create a one off whisky that was blended from casks that lay in those warehouses which collapsed, cal…
A 14 year old release from Glenfiddich that is finished in Virgin Spanish and American oak casks after its initial maturation in ex-Bourbon casks. This was the first Virgin oak finished Whisky to be released on the market and goes to show that such a big producer can still be at the forefront of innovation. A much toastier and spicy addition to the ever reliable Glenfiidich family of Speyside malts.
Named after Brian Kinsman, Glenfiddichs sixth Malt Master comes this Glenfiddich Malt Masters Edition produced to a finish the distillery hadnt tried before him. This is a whisky matured in two different casks, first traditional oak followed by a further maturation in sherry casks. This has given the whisky a superb rich fruity character.
The second in the ongoing "Experimental" series of releases from the Glenfiddich distillery. The XX does not mean danger but 20 in Roman numerals as this is how many Whisky experts helped choose a cask each that was then married together from combination of ex-Bourbon, American and port wood casks to name but three and from multiple vintages all expertly married together by master distiller Brian Kinsman.
The first in an ongoing series of experimental releases from this famous Speyside distillery that was finished for 3 months in casks that contained a specially made IPA (India pale ale) from the Speyside craft brewery that was itself aged in ex-Glenfiddich Whisky casks. If you love hoppy ale and fruity Speyside malt then this a match made in heaven.
A circa 1970's antique bottling of the ever popular Glenfiddich and this was one of the earliest single malts (or pure malt as labeled here) commercially avialable. An 8 year old bottled at the old 70 proof and 26&2/3 bottle size. A truly historic find from this still best selling Speyside distillery.