If you’re a fan of Benromach and have the £1250 available to buy one of the 32 bottles of this golden dark malt, you should make your way over to the visitor centre asap!
The Balvenie DCS Compendium Chapter Two features five extremely rare single-cask single malt whiskies and highlights the complex manner in which different oak casks influence the flavour of The Balvenie during the maturation process.
In addition to the current expressions in The Glenrothes Reserve Collection which include the Sherry Cask Reserve, Bourbon Cask Reserve and Vintage Reserve we are delighted to announce the release of the new Peated Cask Reserve.
Following the release earlier this year of 1792 Sweet Wheat Bourbon, Barton 1792 Distillery unveils its second new expression in its collection 1792 Port Finish Bourbon.
If you believe that vinyl has more allure that its digital counterpart you are not alone. Aberlour known for its finely crafted whisky, has partnered with iconic and globally renowned independent record store Rough Trade, to give consumers the chance… Continue Reading
One of the most exceptional casks to emerge from Scotland’s oldest working distillery is available now! This rare Glenturret 28 year old single cask malt whisky has already generated a good amount of interest and has been released several weeks… Continue Reading
Glenmorangie is proud to present its latest award winning limited edition expression, Glenmorangie Dornoch. Inspired by the Distillery’s setting on the banks of the Dornoch Firth in the Scottish Highlands, Glenmorangie Dornoch took the Gold in The Spirits Business Travel retail… Continue Reading
The Teeling Whiskey Company, founded by Jack Teeling in 2012 to bring back an independent voice to Irish whiskey has released a new bottling of Teeling Single Malt.
The Macallan has always been a highly sought-after whiskey and that regard is only amplified with the Fine & Rare Series. This particular release, filled back in December of 1951 from sherry butts #1541 and #1542 was bottled in 2001… Continue Reading
Quite possibly the next whisky trend, this new single grain whisky is made at the Cameronbridge distillery in Scotland and was developed in partnership with Diageo, David Beckham and British entrepreneur Simon Fuller.