Single cask Mortlach aged for 7 years in a refill barrel and bottled by Laingside for the Hepburn's 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 don't often see much of.
A youthful Mortlach aged in a single refill hogshead and bottled up for the Hepburn's Choice range by Langside Distillers. An enjoyable whisky from the Speyside region. Just 404 bottles were drawn from the cask.
Mortlach has long been a popular dram on the whisky underground. This example from indie favourites Douglas Laing is a 10 year old that’s been matured in a refill hogshead before being bottled for their excellent value for money Provenance range at 46% ABV.
11 year old single cask, single malt whisky from the Mortlach distillery in Speryside. It was drawn from a refill hogshead in January 2004 by Douglas Laing, and bottled as part of the Old Particular range. Just 381 bottles were produced.
The final release in the card series from Douglas Laing - Consortium of Cards. Bottled from a single sherry butt, this sought after single malt from Dufftown spent 13 years maturing before being bottled and labelled 'The Ace of Spades'. 521 bottles were produced.
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Always exciting to see a single cask Mortlach. This one's been drawn from a hogshead cask which was aged from 2001 to 2016 before Wemyss Malts decided to bottle it. You can expect to find plenty of tropical fruit in this one. the outturn was just 368 bottles.
An Indie bottling of Mortlach 18 year old presented in The Octave range by Duncan Taylor. The whisky was distilled in 1995 left to age until it was bottled 18 years later, at natural cask strength. Just 88 bottles were produced.
This 18 year old single malt whisky was released alongside two other official bottlings from the Speyside distillery in 2014, a 25 year old and the Rare Old expression. It spent it's time ageing in a selection of sherry and refill American oak casks before being filled into this smart metal...
A 1954 vintage Mortlach from Gordon & MacPhail's Rare Vintage range, matured in sherry casks for over five decades. Old bottlings such as this one are becoming more highly collective each year, so don't miss your chance to own some whisky history right here.
Mortlach 70 Years Old is the oldest bottled single malt Scotch whisky in the world. It is presented in a tear shaped crystal decanter, each one hand-blown by expert craftsman to ensure an exquisitely flawless finish. An elegant silver stopper, which can be removed and replaced with a crystal...
75 year old single malt Scotch, distilled at the Mortlach distillery way back in 1939. This iconic whisky was bottled in 2015 by family business, Gordon and MacPhail, making it the oldest ever whisky to be released. This had spent it's time maturing in a single first-fill sherry butt,...
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