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Speyside Single Malt Whisky

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  • Tomintoul 12 years old Oloroso Sherry Cask 40% 70cl
    The Oloroso sherry cask Tomintoul is very different to the 10 year old, with more rounded creamy influence from the sherry cask coming through. Smooth, elegant with dried fruit notes and sweetness.
    £40.99
  • Benromach Peat Smoke 70cl
    At Benromach Distillery we source batches of heavily peated barley that varies from year to year. Bringing out different batches of Benromach Peat Smoke allows the discerning whisky drinker assess how differing peating levels complement the unique Benromach distillery character. Benromach Peat Sm...
    £35.99
  • Glenallachie 1999 Connoisseurs Choice 43% 70cl
    Pronounced Glen-alec-y, the Distillery was built in 1967 primarily to contribute malt to the MacKinlay blends. It was designed by architect William Delme-Evans, who also designed Tullibardine and re-designed Jura Distillery. Glenallachie was temporarily closed in the late 1980s, then acqui...
    £57.95
  • The Singleton 15 years old 40% 70cl
    A new edition to the Singleton stable. The sweet and fruity notes of the singleton comes form the unique balance of European and American oak used in the maturation. It has a rich aroma, smooth flavour and sweetly spiced, drying finish.
    £43.49
  • Glen Moray Classic 40% 70cl
    Glen Moray classic single malt whisky has a taste of Shortbread, butterscotch and lemongrass'. At full strength, the aroma is fragrant and lightly drying with warming malty notes. The first impression is of butterscotch and shortbread with fresh herbal/grassy notes. Lemon curd and meringue are di...
    £25.45
  • Glenlivet 25 years old Silver Jubilee 26/1/3 fl ozs 75cl
    A limited edition bottling to mark the silver jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 1952-1977 Bottle no. 830 70 Proof
    £768.75
  • Balvenie 30 years old 47.3% 70cl
    The Balvenie Thirty is a rare and especially fine single malt for which David Stewart selects only exceptional casks that were laid down over thirty years ago. By marrying The Balvenie slowly aged in traditional oak whisky casks with that aged in European oak sherry casks, David creates a rich, m...
    £675.00
  • Glen Albyn 1976 Gordon & Macphail 43% 70cl
    Glen Albyn Distillery faced many turbulent times beginning with devastating damage provoked by a fire in November 1849, but was back distilling again by 1850. Twenty years after it was first founded the distillery hit more hard time and was sold and renovated into a flour mill. In 1884 Gregory (G...
    £450.00
  • Glencadam 21 years old 46% 70cl
    Glencadam Distillery is located about half a mile outside the ancient city and former Royal Burgh of Brechin in the kingdom of Angus in the eastern Highlands of Scotland. Its neat and trim appearance is most welcoming and is in no way spoiled by the proximity of its nearest neighbours, Br...
    £105.00
  • Balvenie Doublewood 17 years old 43% 70cl
    A new edition to the Balvenie Stable is the Doublewood 17 years old. Although it is distinctly different than the 12, with deeper vanilla notes, hints of green apple, creamy toffee and a striking richness and complexity. To craft the 17yo, David Stewart, who celebrates his 50th year at The Balven...
    £85.99
  • Cardhu 18 years old 40% 70cl
    Cardhu 18 years old is only available in limited quantities, it displays sweet notes of oak with a rich texture, complex and naturally fruity, soft and sophisticated with a smooth body.
    £71.99
  • The Balvenie 12 years old Single Barrel 47.8% 70cl
    A new bottling from this popular Speyside distiller, this Single barrel has spent 12 years in first fill bourobon cask. Head distiller David Stewart then tastes each of the cask and only selects casks which offer sweetness and vanilla characters to be bottles as The Balvenie Single Barrel First ...
    £51.99
  • An Cnoc Peter Arkle Limited edition 46% 2012 Edition
    Made at the Knockdhu Distillery in Scotland, An Cnoc has released a series of limited Edition bottling featuring the work of renowned illustrator 'Peter Arkle'. This edition (2012) shows the dark warehouse where hundreds of barrels of An Cnoc lay ageing in the gloom. The whisky has been aged in a...
    £49.65
  • Mosstowie 1979 Bottled 2012 Gordon & Macphail Rare Old 46% 70cl
    A very rare bottling of the Mosstowie which was distilled at the Miltonduff distillery in 1979. It was made in a Lomond still a type of still which enables you to produce different styles of whisky from the same still. Mosstowie ceased production in 1981 when the stills were altered to produce Mi...
    £485.00
  • Craigellechie 1997 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Craigellachie was founded in the 1890's in the Speyside area and is characterised by its traditional Worm Tubs. The expression was matured in first fill sherry hogsheads, which is light and fragrant showing citrus hints, coconut and toasted oak. The palate shows red fruits and a hint of spice dev...
    £57.50
  • Glen Elgin 1996 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Glen Elgin Distillery was the last distillery to be built during the boom years of the 1890s. The architect, Charles Doig, stated it would be the last one built in Speyside for 50 years. His prediction was remarkably accurate with Tormore being the next distillery built, in 1958. Until the 1950s ...
    £60.50
  • The Singleton Sunray 40% 70cl
    The Singleton Sunray is one of a pair of new single Malts from this Dufftown distillery. Created using different cask to enhance the distilleries signature flavour profile. A combination of European oak and American oak casks are used giving sweet fruit notes and the soft vanilla flavours perfect...
    £41.50
  • Benriach 1997 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Benriach Distillery was establish by the Grant family in the 1890's and lies close to the Longmorn distillery on the outskirts of Elgin. This bottling was matured in refill sherry hogsheads, which gives lovely sweet and malty notes with hints of marzipan. The palate has spice layered with fruit a...
    £63.99
  • An Cnoc Flaughter 46% 70cl
    An Cnoc Flaughter takes its name from the peat cutting tool used to harvest this natural resource. Traditionally peat was used to fire the stills and dry the barley, which gives you a peated malt. Flaughter is made with peated barley to 14.8 ppm making it one of the medium peated style whiskies. ...
    £50.99
  • Old Ballantruan 10 years old 50% 70cl
    This is the new 10 year version of Ballantruan the peated malt from Speyside distiller Tomintoul. Bottled at a rather nice strength of 50% vol it has a typical 'peat-reek' nose with gentle spice. The palate has creamy, malt flavours and gentle peat smoke. The finish is sweet, but then becoming en...
    £48.99
  • Benromach 10 years old 100 Proof 57% 70cl
    New from Benromach is the Classic 100 proof 10 years old whisky, a term used from the imperial measurement of alcoholic strength. The nose is rich with sherry notes and stewed fruits, leading to vanilla and toasted malt. On the palate, summer fruits with bitter orange and spice, chocolate leads t...
    £47.50
  • Ballechin 10 years old Heavily Peated 46% 70cl
    Ballechin is the Heavily peated version of Edradour single malt. Peated to 50ppm which is quite high, it is matured in ex Amercian oak and oloroso sherry casks. This is the first 10 year old Ballechin since the distillerey first started to make a peated versions back in 2003.
    £45.99
  • Auchriosk 1996 Connoisseurs Choice Bottled 2014 46% 70cl
    A relatively young distillery, built in 1974 by Justerini & Brooks, Auchroisk (pronounced oth-rusk) is located deep in the Speyside countryside, midway between Rothes and Keith. The distinctive collection of white washed buildings of Auchroisk has won many architectural awards for its design....
    £59.99
  • Glen Keith 1991 52.1% vol The Pearsl of Scotland 70cl
    Cask Strength bottling of Glen Keith by The Pearls of Scotland. Distilled June 1991 and bottled October 2014 from cvask No. 85172 this is 1 of 179 bottles only.
    £87.50
  • Aultmore-Glenlivet 17 years old Cadenhead Small Batch 54.9% 70cl
    Speyside distillery Aultmore was completely rebuilt in the 1970's and is able to produce 3 million litres of whisky per year, with the majority going to the Dewars blended whisky. The small batch bottling from Cadenheads was distilled in 1997 and bottled 2014 at 17 years old, 54.9% vol from a sin...
    £88.35
  • Inchgower 2000 Connoisseurs Choice Bottled 2014 46% 70cl
    Inchgower is owned by the Diageo group with most of the production goin gto their blends, Bells, Johnnie Walker and white Horse. This bottling from Gordon & Macphail under their 'Connoisseurs Choice' label has been matured in Refill sherry Butt and Refill sherry Hogsheads. It has a delicate f...
    £43.99
  • An Cnoc 18 year old 46% 70cl
    An Cnoc 18 years old is made at the Knockdhu distillery in speyside. Unusually their malts are not named after the distillery as with most others Scotch Malts, but after their source of water the Ancnoc Hill just above the distillery. This 18 years old has been matured in a combination of ex sher...
    £71.99
  • Mortlach 1991 Sherry Wood Mackillops Choice 56.6% 70cl
    A superb bottling of Mortlach aged in a sherry cask and bottled at cask strength 56.6% vol. Distilled on 5th August 1991 and bottled in Januray 2015 from Cask No. 5887. This is 1 of only 610 bottles.
    £174.00
  • Glenlivet Nadurra First Fill Selection Batch FF0117 59.1% 70cl
    This is a new addition to The Glenlivet Nadurra Range. First Fill has been matured in New American white oak, so a brand new cask which has not been used before. This type of cask imparts lovely vanilla notes with sweet pear and tropical fruits of pineapple and ripe banana with a citrus burst. Re...
    £45.40
  • The Glenrothes 2001 Bottled 2014 43% 70cl
    Distilled in 2001 at the Glenrothes distillery in Speyside and bottled in 2014 (13 years old) has been age in sherry cask and shows sweet vanilla, and fruit cake with black cherries and spices.
    £53.99
  • Coleburn 1972 Rare Old 46% 70cl Gordon & Macphail
    A rare and collectable bottling of Coleburn which was mothballed in 1985. Distilled in 1972 and bottled by Gordon & Macphail under their Rae Old label in 2013. G& M Tasting notes: Strawberry and blackcurrant aromas initially, hints of toasted malt and almond develop. The palate has...
    £533.00
  • Tomintoul 25 years old 43% 70cl
    A superbly present 25 year old from Tomintoul Distillery in Speyside.It has a nose of honeyed sweetness with pears and peaches and rose petal floralness backed by vanilla and spiced wood. The palate is sweet and creamy with alamonds vanilla and spiced fruit on the finish. A remarkable dram.
    £184.00
  • Glenallachie Glenlivet 22 years old Small Batch Cadenhead 48% 7cl
    Distilled in 1992 at the Glenallachie distillery which was built as recently as 1967. Matured in Bourbon Hogsheads until being bottled in 2015 at 22 years of age. The nose has fresh cut grass and vanilla icing sugar with gingerbread. The palate is creamy with marzipan and lemon icing, leading to ...
    £89.55
  • Glenlivet Gallow Hill 16 years old Single Cask Edition 51.8% 70cl
    This is a single cask bottling from the Glenlivet distillery in Speyside. Bottled from cask number 142608 at 16 years old on 25/02/2014, but they have not provided the year of distillation. Each edition has been given a different name and all bottled at cask strength without chill filtering.
    £215.00
  • The Glenlivet Conglass 14 years old Single Cask Edition 59.8% 70cl
    Part of Glenlivet's Single Cask Editions, Conglass is a 14 years old from a single cask number 41723 bottled at cask strength 59.8% vol on 18/02/2104. It was named after the water from a small stream near Tomintoul a few miles from The Glenlivet distillery.
    £195.00
  • Glenlossie 10 years old 43% 70cl
    Flora Fauna Range.
    £56.99
  • Glenfiddich 12 years old 40% 70cl
    Glenfiddich has always appreciated the value of time. In 1886, having gathered 20 years of whisky making experience, William Grant set out to create "the best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich - Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The f...
    £32.99
  • Speyburn 10 years old 40% 70cl
    Speyburn is the only distillery to use water from the Granty Burn, a tributary of the River Spey famed for its purity (and for world-class salmon fishing). This water is at the heart of Speyburn Single Malt, which has been made using time-honoured traditional methods for more than a century.
    £29.99
  • Glenfiddich 18 years old small Batch Res 40% 70cl
    The connoisseur's choice Best in Class Gold medal winner at the International Wine & Spirit Competition 2005. Our master craftsmen have created a complex, mellow single malt Scotch whisky from years of patient maturation in casks of the finest Oloroso sherry and American bourbon. It is secret...
    £72.99
  • Glenfiddich 21 years old Gran Reserva 40% 70cl
    The Glenfiddich Gran Reserva has patiently matured & mellowed in American oak casks for 21 years. After achieving a rich smoothness, it is then decanted into hand-selected rum casks for a further 4 months, infusing the whisky with a spicy warmth & indulgent toffee sweetness.Brian Ki...
    £137.00
  • The Benriach Single Malt Heart of Speyside 40% 70cl
    The Benriach Single malt captures fruit, honey, heather, spice and oak. Benriach Distillery is located north east of Morayshire in the heartland of Malt Scotch Whisky. Nose Fresh heather, fruit, honey, nuts and oak wood. Colour Amber, gold. Taste
    £27.99
  • Tomintoul 10 years old 40% 70cl
    Its called the 'Gentle Dram' and this excellent single malt certainly is. A very good malt for the person looking for something light, smooth, sweet with a touch of spice.
    £31.99
  • Mannochmore 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Speyside distillery Mannochmore was the first distillery to make a black whisky Loch Dhu which is no longer made. This 12 year old under the Flora and Fauna label is light and fragrant with grass notes, a buttery cream palate with some wood.
    £46.50
  • Glen Spey 12 years old Flora & Fauna 43% 70cl
    Great single malt whisky the nose is slightly spiced with a discrete hint of smoke. In the palate, this whisky is quite pleasant, but not really wonderful. The taste is rather complex but a bit dry and with a certain lack at personality. The finish is pleasant.
    £47.35
  • The Glenlivet 18 years old 70cl
    The Glenlivet Distillery roots can be traced back to 1815 but it is well known that illicit distilling was going on long before then. In 1817 George Smith leased some land at Upper Drumin Farm, he continued illicit distilling to supplement his crofters wage. During 1823 an Excise Act was p...
    £96.50
  • Glen Elgin 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Glen Elgin is a great hand crafted single malt from Elgin. Tangerine fruitiness is the hand-crafted Glen Elgin's "signature", born of long and precise fermentation. An easily accessible single malt with Speyside fruit and sweetness.
    £43.50
  • Glenfarclas 30 years old 70cl
    Distillery bottling. Outright trophy winner at the International Spirits Challenge 1996 from an entry of over 110 malts. Described as a full complex aroma combining fruit and spices similar to a fruit cake, an extraordinary deep spirit, warm and rich leaving a lingering fruit and nut chocolate fe...
    £420.00
  • Strathmill 12 years old 43% 70cl
    The Official Flora Fauna distillery bottling. Nose: Dry, nutty amd airy. Dried banana on muesli, green grassy notes, tea leaves, walnut. Palate: Very soft and attractive and flows straight down the middle. Medium sweet with some vanilla and nut. Finish: Soft. Overall: ...
    £49.99
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The Speyside region is located in Morayshire in the North East of the Scottish Highlands and takes its name from the River Spey that runs through the heart of the area and out into the North Sea. The Spey is the fastest flowing river in the UK so please don’t be tempted to go swimming if you do visit the area on a Scotch pilgrimage! Speyside contains roughly about half of all the operational whisky distilleries in Scotland, hence the separate categorisation to the rest of the Highlands. We say roughly half the distilleries as there is some fierce debate as to which distilleries fall within the boundaries of the region due to different perceptions of Speyside’s borders.


Speyside malts are quite diverse due to the amount of whisky produced in the area but there are two styles that are more prominent than others. There are many lighter styles of single malt produced here that are considered to be easier drinking than the more robust offerings found elsewhere. These honeyed drams are very popular and are produced by distilleries like Glen Grant, Glenlivet and Glenfiddich. On the other hand, distilleries like Macallan and Glenfarclas are renowned for their seductively deep and complex single malts that are matured in sherry casks to give them an extra sweetness. One thing they all have in common is the virtual exclusion of peat in the whisky, only using barley that is so minimally peated it is undetectable on the palate. The one exception to this rule is the Benriach distillery who produce several lines of peated whisky alongside their more traditional classic Speyside range.


Speyside holds many claims to fame, such as having the only working Cooperage in the whole of the UK! If you are lucky enough to visit the cooperage based in Craigellachie, you will see how whisky barrels were made in times long gone by, as these time honoured techniques are still employed to make the casks today. Speyside is also the home of Scotland’s highest village, named Tomintoul, which is 345 metres above sea level. The Tomintoul distillery produces a very light whisky known by the moniker ‘The Gentle Dram’ and produces a good deal of malt used in blended whisky. This isn’t the highest distillery in Scotland though, that honour falls to Dalwhinnie. It‘s also home to the Glenfiddich distillery, which boasts the largest production capacity of any distillery in addition to being the most purchased single malt in the whole world!