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1968 Caperdonich (G&M) CC Bottled 1992 -B
A 24 year old offering from the long silent Speyside distillery, Caperdonich. Released by top independent bottler Gordon & Macphail under the Connoisseurs Choice range and distilled way back in 1968 before being bottled in 1992.
70cl ⋅ 40.00%£564.48 / Bottle£470.40 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Brora 25 Year Old 2008
Few distilleries occupy as evocative a space for whisky enthusiasts as Brora. This intriguing distillery was founded in 1819 and intermittently operated until 1983 when it seemingly closed its door forever. This 2008-released 25 year old expression contains some of the final spirit to be produced at the distillery before its 80s closure. With the distillery producing spirit once more, this is sure to be a fascinating comparison against a new age of this world-famous distillery.

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75cl ⋅ 56.30%£2,250.00 / Bottle£1,875 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Brora 27 Year Old 1981 – Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)
An indie release of Brora from Duncan Taylor as part of the "cask strength rare auld" series. Distilled in November 1981 a couple of years before the distillery was closed and bottled in the same month of 2008 after 27 years in a single cask and bottled at 53.8%
70cl ⋅ 54.00%£1,710.00 / Bottle£1,425 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Brora 30 Year Old 1972 The Plowed Society Brorageddon (Douglas Laing)
An old and rare expression from the now silent Brora distillery. Bottled for the Plowed society by Douglas Laing & Co, this is a rare piece from an enigmatic distillery. One of only 201 bottles and bottled at 50.8% ABV
70cl ⋅ 50.80%£12,000.00 / Bottle£10,000 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Brora Triptych (3 x 50cl)
A collection of three absurdly rare Brora whiskies, harking from before the distillery's closure in 1983. To celebrate the reopening of the distillery after nearly four decades of operational silence, Diageo have released this one-of-300 set of three Brora samples.

The 1982 Timeless Original features spirit distilled just prior to the distillery's closure the following year. The 38-year-old whisky is said to be indicative of Brora's famous waxy style, supported by grassy and lemon notes. Bottled at 47.5% ABV.

The 1977 Age of Peat expression has been matured for an impressive 43 years and features a particularly heavily peated style of spirit that was produced to meet the increasing demand in blended whiskies. A surprisingly clean and crisp nose of apples, beeswax, and vanilla, followed by spice, ginger cake and lingering echoes of peat smoke. Bottled at 48.6% ABV. 

The 1974 distilled Elusive Legacy expression features a particularly earthy style of spirit that
50cl ⋅ 46.30%£35,500.00 / Case£29,583.33 excl. VAT / Case
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Caperdonich 32 Year Old 1968 (Hart Brothers)
Distilled way back in 1968 from the long lost and silent distillery, Caperdonich. Released by the Hart Brothers indie bottlers under the " Finest Collection" series and aged for 32 years before being bottled in 2001 at natural cask strength.
70cl ⋅ 45.00%£895.99 / Bottle£746.66 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 12 Year Old 1968 (Bottled 1980s) – Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)
An exceptionally rare bottling of whisky from the now demolished Caperdonich distillery. Bottled in the 1980s, this 12 year old Speyside single malt showcases a lost chapter in Scottish distilling.
70cl ⋅ 40.00%£675.00 / Bottle£562.50 excl. VAT / Bottle
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1968 Caperdonich 14 Year Old – Connoisseurs Choice (G&M)
A 14 year old Caperdonich distilled way back in 1968 from Gordon & Macphail under the original 1980's Connoisseurs Choice" label. This was an ill fated distillery that was silent for much of its life before becoming a lost distillery for good in 2002.
75cl ⋅ 40.00%£550.00 / Bottle£458.33 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 1968 (Bottled 1995) – Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon & MacPhail)
A 27 year old offering from the long silent Speyside distillery, Caperdonich. Released by top independent bottler Gordon & Macphail under the Connoisseurs Choice range and distilled way back in 1968 before being bottled in 1995.
70cl ⋅ 40.00%£564.48 / Bottle£470.40 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 1996 Van Zuylen (Malts of Scotland)
A single cask release of closed Speyside distillery Caperdonich bottled by the independent Malts of scotland for the Van Zuylen Whisky & Wine merchants in the Netherlands. A March 1996 distillation matured in a Bourbon hogshead for 17 years and only 276 bottles released at natural cask strength of 58.6% ABV.
70cl ⋅ 59.00%£376.32 / Bottle£313.60 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 22 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)
This ought to excite you - a closed distillery bottling from That Boutique-y Whisky Company! The fifth batch of Caperdonich was aged for 22 years before being bottled at 48.6% ABV with an outturn of just 250 bottles.
50cl ⋅ 49.00% £199.95 / Bottle £166.63 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 23 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish (Darkness)
After being finished in a specially-coopered Oloroso sherry octave cask, this 23-year-old Caperdonich was released as part of the Darkness range. Notes of baked cherry pie and deep tobacco notes lead to cooked fruits and sticky toffee pudding. An exceptional release from this unsung Speyside distillery, of which only 87 bottles were produced with an ABV of 54%.


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50cl ⋅ 54.00%£307.95 / Bottle£256.63 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Caperdonich 30 Year Old 1968 – Millennium Edition (Signatory)
Silent since 2002 and demolished some years later, the remaining Caperdonich spirit on the market is all that is left. Originally built to bolster stock for the world renowned Glen Grant distillery, Caperdonich is a distillery dripping with intrigue, with very few single malt bottlings historically. This rare example of single malt Caperdonich distillery in 1968 serves as a fascinating insight into a distillery lost to the annals of time.
70cl ⋅ 50.00%£850.00 / Bottle£708.33 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Convalmore 32 Year Old 1984 – (Special Releases 2017)
Convalmore is a name we have seen in previous Special Releases and its back again with some serious attitude. The 2017 release was aged for 32 years before being drawn from refill American oak hogsheads. The result is a decadent Speyisde single malt with a harmonious character.
70cl ⋅ 48.20% £1,020.00 / Bottle £850 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Convalmore 46 Year Old 1975 – Private Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)
A rare bottling of 46-year-old Speyside single malt from Convalmore, a distillery whose history stretches back to the late 1800s and sadly closed in 1985. Rarely seen as a single malt, Gordon & MacPhail are one of the few bottlers to still have casks maturing in their warehouses. Released as part of the Recollection series in 2022, just 138 bottles were drawn from a refill American oak hogshead.
70cl ⋅ 47.80%£3,750.00 / Bottle£3,125 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Glen Mhor 34 Year Old 1975 (Cask 6034) – Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)
As a closed distillery, Glen Mhor is now in its ascendency in terms of collectibility. This splendidly aged single malt from Glen Mhor was distilled all the way back in 1975, and was matured for 34 years before being released by Duncan Taylor as part of their premium Tantalus range.
70cl ⋅ 44.00%£1,260.00 / Bottle£1,050 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Imperial 42 Year Old 1979 – Private Collection (Gordon & MacPhail)
A release of just 61 bottles, this 1979 vintage Imperial has been bottled by Gordon & MacPhail as part of its exceptional Recollection Series. This rare Speyside single malt spent 42 years maturing in a refill American hogshead before it was bottled at natural cask strength in 2021.
70cl ⋅ 49.20%£3,000.00 / Bottle£2,500 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Littlemill 27 Year Old – Private Cellar Edition 2017
Released in 2017, only 500 bottles of this Private Cellar Edition were produced from this long-closed and now demolished Lowland distillery. Distilled in 1990, the whisky was aged in refill and first -fill ex-bourbon casks and packaged in a lovely wooden presentation case complete with a miniature and even a piece of the oak barrel it was matured in.
70cl ⋅ 51.00%£2,250.00 / Bottle£1,875 excl. VAT / Bottle
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littlemill 40 Year Old Celestial Edition
A rare 40 year old release from what used to be the oldest distillery in Scotland and can trace distillation back to 1772 before it fell silent in 1994. Presented in a stunning presentation box with a map backdrop of the night sky that was seen above the distillery on the night the liquid went into the cask. Bottled in a Glencairn crystal decanter engraved with its unique bottle number of which there are only 250 released and sealed with a solid brass stopper made in Glasgow. It also comes with a 5cl vial of the precious liquid which is the oldest ever bottled from this Lowland distillery.
70cl ⋅ 47.00%£5,995.00 / Bottle£4,995.83 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Littlemill Testament 1976
An exceptionally rare outturn of just 250 bottles from Scotland's oldest licensed distillery, the now silent Littlemill distillery in the Lowlands region. The oldest release to date when bottled in December 2020, the spirit was distilled in 1976 and matured in various casks, including American oak hogsheads and Oloroso sherry hogsheads. A delicate harmony of citrus, orchard and stone fruits, with a subtle spice from the Oloroso sherry. This venerable and important dram was matured for 44 years and bottled at 42.5% ABV.
70cl ⋅ 42.50%£7,950.00 / Bottle£6,625 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Pittyvaich 30 Year Old 1989 – Special Releases 2020
The Diageo Special Releases wouldn't be the same without a closed distillery bottling. This 30-year-old Pittyvaich was initially distilled in 1989 before being matured in refill casks and later finished in first-fill ex-bourbon casks. This is the only Pittyvaich to be released which has been finished in said casks, so we're rather excited about this one. /Notes of papaya, pear and tropical forest foliage follow through to a rich and creamy palate with gentle spice.

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70cl ⋅ 50.80%£399.95 / Bottle£333.29 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 21 Year Old 1979 – Old Malt Casks (Douglas Laing & Co)
A 21 year old single cask Port Ellen bottled in 2001. At this time, the Douglas Laing company were one entity, before the company split in 2013, with the Old Malt Casks range now part of the Hunter Laing group. Port Ellen whisky is becoming increasingly rare, following the distillery's closure in 1983.

This bottle is from a private collection. Please contact us if you wish to see more photos.
70cl ⋅ 50.00%£1,500.00 / Bottle£1,250 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 21 Year Old 1982 – Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)
A rare single cask Islay single malt from the legendary Port Ellen distillery, drawn from a sherry cask in May 2004. The whisky was distilled a year before closing in 1982, and aged for 21 years before being independently bottled by Douglas Laing for their Old Malt Cask series. Only 420 bottles were released.
70cl ⋅ 50.00%£2,965.00 / Bottle£2,470.83 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 23 Year Old 1978 – Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing) (Italian Import)
An independently bottled expression of highly collectible Port Ellen whisky, a famous Islay malt distillery that closed in 1983. This 23-year-old single cask release was finished for six months in a sherry cask before being bottled in 2001. A release of only 764 bottles and bottled at the traditional Old Malt Cask strength of 50% ABV.
70cl ⋅ 50.00%£1,200.00 / Bottle£1,000 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 24 Year Old 1978 – Port Wood Finish Edition 1 (Signatory)
A rare single cask Port Ellen finished in Port wood and released by the "Signatory" independent bottler. Edition 1 is presented in an Ibisco decanter and bottled at 24 years old on 16th September 2002 from a 5th September 1978 distillation and only 804 bottles were released at natural cask strength of 58% abv.
70cl ⋅ 58.00%£1,450.00 / Bottle£1,208.33 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 25 Year Old 1983 – Provenance (The McGibbon’s)
Distilled the same year as Port Ellen's closure in 1983 and matured for 25 years, this is a rare single sherry cask bottling from the McGibbon's Provenance series, before Provenance became part of Douglas Laing's portfolio. A highly collectible piece from this famous silent Islay distillery. Natural colour, non-chill filtered and bottled at 46% ABV.
70cl ⋅ 46.00%£1,200.00 / Bottle£1,000 excl. VAT / Bottle
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1983 Port Ellen 33 Year Old – Old & Rare (Hunter Laing)
A 33 year old from Hunter Laings Old & Rare Pltinum range, distilled at the long-closed Port Ellen distillery on Islay. Although their maltings are still active. This one was aged in a sherry butt from March 1983 to November 2016 with a small outturn of 174 bottles.
70cl ⋅ 56.80%£2,700.00 / Bottle£2,250 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Port Ellen 40 Year Old 1979 – Xtra Old Particular The Black Series (Douglas Laing)
One of the oldest Port Ellen releases to date, this whisky was distilled back in 1979 and aged for 40 years before it was bottled as part of the Xtra Old Particular Black Series by Douglas Laing. This rare and exquisite Islay single malt was bottled at natural cask strength with an outturn of just 299 bottles. Each bottle has been signed by Chairman, Fred Laing and Director of Whisky, Cara Laing.

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70cl ⋅ 49.60%£3,500.00 / Bottle£2,916.67 excl. VAT / Bottle
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1979 Port Ellen 40 Year Old 9 Rogue Casks
Most certainly a piece of liquid history from Islay's Port Ellen distillery, 9 Rogue Casks is a limited edition 40-year-old single malt, made from a parcel of re-discovered casks which were collectively married before being bottled. The packaging is unlocked with two keys, one for the outer door and one for the inner glass door. Released in 2020, only 1,380 bottles were produced.
70cl ⋅ 50.90% £5,700.00 / Bottle £4,750 excl. VAT / Bottle
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Rosebank 31 Year Old – Release Two
The second installment in a series of legacy releases from Rosebank, which will be introduced annually in the lead-up to the new distillery's single malt. This 31-year-old has been drawn from some of the last few casks that were filled before the Lowland distillery was sadly mothballed in 1993. These extraordinary whiskies epitomise the qualities that once earned this triple distilled single malt its title as 'The King of the Lowlands'.
70cl ⋅ 48.10%£1,800.00 / Bottle£1,500 excl. VAT / Bottle
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