Scotch Whisky

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  • 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
  • Glenturret 1986 26 years old Hunter Laing 46.8% 70cl
    A limited release Glenturret distilled in 1986 before bottling at the distillery for Hunter laing at cask strength 46.8% vol in 2013. Glenturret has been distilling since 1775 legally but distilling illicitly since 1717, therefore laying claim to be the oldest distillery in Scotland. The nose has...
    £250.00
  • 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
  • Tormore 1995 Cask Strength The Pearls of Scotland 47.6% 70cl
    Tormore single cask Speyside malt distilled in the Summer of 1995 and bottled Summer 2013, so it is an 18 year old whisky. 1 of only 294.
    £69.99
  • Macduff 1997 Cask Strength The Pearls of Scotland 54.4% 70cl
    Macduff singel Highland malt bottled from a single cask that realised only 300 bottles. Distilled in the Autumn of 1997 and bottled Autumn 2013, so it's a 16 years old with a cask strength bottling of 54.4% ABV. Under the Pearls of Scotland Rare Cask Selection range.
    £66.65
  • Highland Harvest Blended Malt 40% 70cl Organic
    Highland Harvest Blended Malt has been made using Organic malted barley. The blend is made up of 7 different casks married together to achieve a unique malt with each cask adding its own characteristics. Subtle aromas of malt and grass with some citrus notes. Smooth aand flavourful.
    £32.25
  • Highland Harvest Single Malt Organic 46% 70cl
    A single cask Organic Malt whisky unchill filtered and bottled at 46% vol. From cask no 483 using onlu the purest and best organic Scottish barley to produce a smooth unique malt of real charcater and finesse.
    £39.99
  • 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
  • Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch No.4 58.8% 70cl
    The un-peated malt from Highland distiller Glengoyne, in Cask Strength form. Flavours of Banana and digestive biscuits with hints of pepper are the distilleries tasting notes. Made using Scotland's slowest still, to provide the gentlest of journeys before aging in the finest casks.
    £54.99
  • Glengoyne 15 years old 43% 70cl
    Glengoyne is made using the slowest still in Scotland, from unpeated barley to unlock the complex and subtle flavours. This 15 year old expression is complex sweet and rounded with a spicy oak finish. Aged in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks.
    £50.99
  • Strathclyde 24 years old 1989 Cadenhead 46% 70cl
    Single Grain whisky from Strathclyde distillery. Distilled in 1989 and bottled 2013 at 24 years old, 1 of only 504 bottles
    £62.50
  • Glen Garioch 1998 Wine Cask Matured 48% 70cl
    New bottling from Highland distiller Glen Garioch. This small batch bottling has been matured in Bordeaux wine casks since 1998. The result is a complex whisky which is rich with autumn fruits such as brambles, blueberries and plums with warm spices, with ginger and marmalade and a honeyed sweetn...
    £92.50
  • Dallas Dhu 1980 43% 70cl
    This distillery closed in 1983 so expressions of this fine Malt are becoming rarer and rarer. A delicate sherry influences with hints of apples and pears. The palate has citrus fruits with ripe banana and a lovely burnt oak finish.
    £290.00
  • Glentauchers 1996 43% 70cl
    Glentauchers which was founded in 1898, by the founders of Buchanans Blend and Black and white blended whisky. The style is sweet with pear and cinnamon and touches of cardamom. The palate is spicy with sweet summer berries and a creamy milk chocolate edge.
    £61.50
  • 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
  • Glen Mhor 30 years old 1982 Old Malt Cask 50% 70cl
    Glen Mhor closed in 1983, so bottlings are becoming increasingly more rare. This 1982 bottling from Douglas Laing under their Old Malt Cask bottling was bottled October 2012 at 30 years of age at 50% vol. 1 of 228 bottles form a single refilled hogshead. Ref: DL 9183
    £340.00
  • Highland Journey Blended Malt Whisky 46.2% 70cl
    Highland Journey is a blended Malt or what used to be called a Vatted Malt. Blending whiskies from some of Scotlands finest distilleries some of which have been matured in American oak casks and Spanish sherry casks, to produce a smooth rich malt which is outstanding value for money.
    £35.99
  • Cameronbridge 1995 Single Grain Collection 43% 70cl
    Single garin whisky from Cameronbridge, distilled 31.01.1995 and bottled 18.03.2104 at 19 years of age, under the Single Grain collection form Signatory.
    £28.99
  • 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
  • Haig Club Single Grain Whisky 40% 70cl
    A single Grain whisky from the House of Haig, aged in toasted oak cask to give a smooth whisky with hints of butterscotch. Drink over ice or as you like it!
    £47.99
  • Compass Box The Lost Blend 46% 70cl
    New limited Edition form the Chaps at Compass Box The Lost Blend. Made to the recipe of their very first whisky Eleuthera this has been made from some old Allt-A-Bhaine, Clynelish and Caol Ila. These two fruity malts from the Highlands combine with the peaty Islay malt to produce a complex malt w...
    £99.95
  • Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated Bruichladdich 50% 20cl
    A baby size bottle of Port Charlotte Heavily Peated Islay single malt has been made using exclusively Scottish barley which is peated to 40ppm and bopttled at 50% vol. The ideal size to dip you toe into the peaty water of Islay!
    £19.79
  • Spirit of Freedom 45 45% 70cl
    Blended Scotch whisky bottled by Springbank distillery containing 45 different whiskies from across Scotland
    £24.99
  • Springbank 25 years old 46% 70cl
    New bottling from Campbeltown distillery Springbank, aged for 25 years, this is one of the oldest bottlings released by the distillery in the past few years.
    £425.00
  • 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
  • Balblair 1999 46% 70cl 3rd Release
    This is the third release of Balblair 1999 which has been aged in a combination of ex Bourbon barrels and Ex sherry casks. The later gives this malt its deep amber colour, with aromas of rich fruit cake, spice and citrus notes. The palate is full-bodied, sweet and spicy with honey, vanill...
    £70.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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...
    £68.99
  • Bunnahabhain Ceobanach Batch No.1 46.3% 70cl
    This limited Batch Bunnahabhain called Ceobanach pronounced Kyaw-bin-och which means 'smoky mist' has been made to reflect times gone by, when peat was the life blood of people on Islay.Peat was used to heat their homes, make their whisky and trade for money. This whisky has been matured in ex b...
    £51.35
  • Rock Oyster Small Batch Release 46.8% 70cl
    This blend has been made from malts from Islay, Jura, Arran and Orkney.As the name suggestes it has a coastal charcter with sweet peat smoke and salty brine on the nose. The palate is fresh with peat and honey, liquorice and pepper.
    £37.99
  • 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
  • Caol Ila 1990 Mackillops Choice 54.4% 70cl
    Single cask bottling of Caol Ila under the Mackillops Choice label. Distilled on the 8th February 1990 and bottled in February 2015 at cask strength 54.4% vol. 1 of 302 bottles only
    £180.65
  • Ardbeg 1993 54.3% vol Mackillops Choice 70cl
    Rare independant bottling of Ardbeg by Mackillops Choice, distilled 2 September 1993 and bottled December 2014 at cask strength 54.3% vol. 1 of only 280 bottles.
    £550.00
  • 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
  • Glenmorangie Tusail Private Edition 46% 70cl
    This is thye sixth release in the Private Edition range from Glenmorangie. Tusail which means 'Originary' is made using floor malted Maris Otter Barley, a winter Barley which was very popular in the 60s, but has since been over taken by higher yielding strains. Maris otter was prized for its ric...
    £85.00
  • 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
  • Peats Beast Cask Strength 52.1% 70cl
    This is the cask strength version of Peat's Beast which is more intense and a bit of a handul. On the nose is has honey notes with vanilla spice, then the peat smoke comes in, back by sea spray and charcoal. The palate is powerful to start then revealing, banana , treacle and mocha backed by a sp...
    £49.99
  • Octomore 6 years old Rest & be Thankful Whisky Co 63.8% 70cl
    A very limited batch of Octomore distilled on 12th December 1997 and matured in Sauternes Wines cask before bottling on 19th November 2014 and casl strength 63.8% vol. We are not sure of the peating levels on this, but they are between 120-140 ppm, so very peaty.
    £197.00
  • Cu Bocan Virigin Oak Limited Edition 46% 70cl
    The second release in the trilogy of Cu Bocan whiskies which show cases the influence that the casks have on Cu Bocan is Virgin oak.Three types of casks are used in the making this whisky, sherry, Virgin oak and Bourbon. Only 6000 bottles was produced which shows lovely citrus zest with wa...
    £49.99
  • Arran 18 Year Old 46% 70cl
    The first official release of Arran 18 years old bring together the final edition in the Trilogy od 16,17 and 18 years old malts. Only 9000 bottles were released worldwide and has been matured in ex sherry casks, refilled by the look of the colour. A fresh nose of peaches with honey and toasted a...
    £72.99
  • 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
  • Tomatin Cask Strength Edition 57.5% 70cl
    This is the first time s cask strength Tomatin has been added to the range. Batch no. 1 has been matured in a combination of Bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks and is a limited release of 15000 bottles worldwide. On the nose there is citrus fruits with sweet syrup and gingerbread biscuits. The pala...
    £49.99
  • Glencadam 1991 Connoisseurs Choice 46% 70cl
    Glencadam has been in production since 1825 and extensively modernised in the 1960's with most of the production going into Ballantines and cream of Barely blended whisky. It has now found favour as a single malt with many awards following. This expression has been matured in first fill bourbon b...
    £127.00
  • 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
  • Jura Superstition 43% 20cl
    The people of Jura are superstitious. From the prophecy of the one-eyed Campbell to an aversion to cutting peat before May, age-old island beliefs resonate to this day. Drawing on our finest older malts and spring-peated younger whiskies, Jura Superstition is a tribute to the people, the traditio...
    £16.99
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Scotch whisky is a subject that is as expansive as the myriad of lochs, glens and mountains that contribute to the terroir of its historic homeland of Scotland. Scottish whisky in its current form has been distilled in the Highlands and Lowlands since the 18th Century but its roots run much deeper into the past. It is widely regarded that it is an adaptation of the traditional Scottish spirit ‘Uisge Beatha’, meaning ‘water of life’ in the Celtic tongue. The earliest official record of its production is in 1494 but it is highly likely that it was produced prior to this date. It’s a widely held belief that Irish monks introduced the spirit to the Scots although no true Scotsman would ever admit to this!


This precious liquid’s heritage is protected by law so that only spirit distilled within Scottish borders can be labelled as Scotch. There are other caveats as well; it must be made from either malted barley or grain fermented in copper stills and matured in wooden Oak barrels. This batch process is essential to the authenticity of the spirit, as is the insistence that it is bottled at 40% ABV or higher.


There are four different varieties of Scotch; single malt, blended, grain and blended malt (which was formerly known as vatted malt). Single malt is defined as a whisky made from 100% malt barley by one distillery. This is by far the most valuable and collected variety, especially rare bottlings from closed distilleries that can fetch four figure plus sums. Blended whisky is a spirit that’s created using a mixture of malt and grain whiskies by one distillery. This is the most popular and widely drunk variety despite the single malt’s continued rising popularity, driving up both production and price significantly. Grain whisky, as the name suggests, is made from 100% grain by a single distillery. Finally, blended malt is a product that is created by combining two or more single malts from separate distilleries together without the addition of grain whisky.


Despite only a few simple ingredients being used in the production process (malted barley or grain, water and yeast), a surprising array of different characteristics can be achieved. Gentle drams from the Lowlands can be soothing, light and fruity whilst big, bold offerings from Islay can knock your socks off with an assault of peat and smokiness. There are many variations in between to explore and it takes dedication and a whole lot of tasting to become a true whisky connoisseur!


The type of barrel used to mature the whisky accounts for the lions share of the final flavour. Factors such as whether American Oak or European Oak have been used to make the barrels, how many times the barrels have been used previously to mature Scotch or other drinks like Bourbon, Port or Sherry and the length of time the spirit has spent maturing all play their part. In more recent times, some distilleries have gone rogue by experimenting with old cognac, wine and rum casks, thus creating a modern and youthful taste that appeals to the trendy bar fraternity.


There are six distinct whisky producing regions in Scotland and they also have some bearing on the flavour of the final product. The regions are Islay, Islands, Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside and Campbeltown. The terrain, climate and other geographical factors of a region all contribute to the character, although a great deal also has to do with the different techniques and traditions employed by the distilleries as well. A good example is how coastal distilleries often produce a whisky that is saltier due to the proximity of the sea.


The world of Scotch whisky is a complex and fascinating one that thrives on time honoured practices and ancient traditions. If you are thinking of taking your first foray into this exciting realm, whether for pleasure or investment, then we are on hand to offer our expert advice and a selection of over 1000 different whiskies to suit all budgets.