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.
Released for the 2013 Diageo special releases, this 28 year old Single malt is from the Speyside distillery of Dufftown and bottled under the "Singleton" brand. Matured in refill American oak and bottled at natural cask strength of 52.3% ABV and perfect for someone looking for a classic gentle Speyside dram with just a little bit of added spice.
Released for BenRiach's sixteenth batch of single cask bottlings, this peated single malt has been aged for 33 years in a virgin oak cask. Distilled in 1985, the whisky was filled into cask number 7214 and later bottled in 2019, with an...
Bruichladdich’s Rare Casks series, also known as Old and Rare, features some of the oldest Laddie bottlings available, from three vintages - 1984,1985 and 1986. The Bruichladdich 1985 is a 32 year old whisky drawn from the...
A Glen Grant Distilled in 1985 and bottled 31 years later in Summer 2017 by the oldest independent bottler still doing business, Cadenhead's and released in their 175th anniversary year.
Bottled from a single Sherry butt that yielded 312 bottles.
A rare sight here from Gordon & MacPhail's Private Collection - 1985 vintage Inverleven bottledin 2018. A silent lowland distillery which you most certainly don't see on the shelves nowadays.