The Springbank Local Barley series has been incredibly popular with whisky fans. It’s made using barley close by to the distillery - in this case, from Kintyre - and has been matured in a mixture of bourbon and sherry casks before being bottled at a robust 57.3% ABV.
Lore is the 'richest of the rich' from Laphroaig, created by Master Distiller John Campbell. Each year the knowledge to produce the most pungent Islay single malt has been passed on, this is the pinnacle. The result from whisky drawn from first fill sherry casks, quarter casks and older...
Single cask peated Tobermory from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range. This Ledaig was initially distilled in May 2001 and bottled 15 years later in March 2017, producing 255 bottles of superb Island single malt whisky.
Benrinnes distillery has a good following on the whisky underground and you don’t see a huge amount of it on the indie market. This was distilled in 1999, matured in a sherry butt for 19 years before being bottled in December 2017 as part of Douglas Laing Old Particular range.
Single grain whisky from a closed distillery? Why not. This is a 26 year old single grain release from Port Dundas, which only closed just a few years ago in 2009. Distilled in 1991, this is a cask strength whisky released by Signatory.
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