You have no items in your shopping cart
Here you will find all of our new whiskies. New bottlings from distilleries and independent bottlers, but also special and rare bottles that we found for you. Single malt whisky, blends, bourbon and more from all over the world. Some new acquisitions will be disappeared before you know it! Subscribe to our newsletter for information about the most interesting new whiskies and check this page regularly.
The single malt whisky from the Mortlach distillery has its own character. If you would like to get acquainted with this Speyside malt, this is an excellent option, also because of its price! It matured for 15 years in four bourbon casks. (46%)
Glenlivet is one of the best-known single malt whiskies; the distillery's own bottlings are available worldwide. For truly special Glenlivets, however, it is best to go to independent bottlers like Signatory Vintage: 17 years, Oloroso-matured, at 59.9%.
The single malt whisky from Highland distillery Edradour is bottled in decanters (and not in plain bottles). This edition appeared in 1745 decanters. It is a 10 year old Edradour malt matured in bourbon casks and bottled at 60.4% cask strength.
If you like the earthy smokiness of Ledaig single malt whisky, then a bottle from this SV bottling is an excellent option to end the year! This malt from Mull matured for 17 years in a refill Oloroso sherry cask and is bottled at a remarkably high 65%.
'Orkney 18 (HP)' is what bottler Signatory Vintage calls this bottling. We can safely assume that this is a Highland Park single malt whisky, an 18-year-old one in this case. The malt matured in an Oloroso cask: a delicately sherried dram. (54.6%)
When Signatory Vintage releases a Speyside (M) bottling, we now know that it is a Macallan single malt whisky. The fact that this edition matured for over 17 years (not 18 as the label says) in a 1st-fill oloroso cask says it all: a sherry bomb! (57.5%)
This Benrinnes single malt whisky is released at the end of 2023 in the affordable Un-Chillfiltered Collection from bottler Signatory Vintage. The Speysider is 13 years old and is finished in two first-fill Oloroso sherry casks. A real winter dram! (46%)
This Crown Royal Fine De Luxe is a bottling from more than 65 years ago by the Canadian Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. It is a blend of Canadian whiskies, bottled at 40% in a beautiful, classic-looking bottle. A whisky of 'Priceless perfection', says the label
Behind the funny label of this bottling of The Whisky Blues, you'll find a serious single malt whisky. It is a malt from Speyside distillery Tormore that matured for no less than 30 years in a bourbon barrel. It is bottled at 45.5% cask strength.
Take a cask of The Balvenie single malt whisky, add a teaspoon of Glenfiddich malt, and behold: a cask of Burnside blended malt! After 28 (!) years of maturation, the Taiwanese bottler Whisky Age extracted 224 bottles from that bourbon cask at 48% ABV.
There is no Burnside distillery, so what's behind that name? Well, simply, it's Balvenie single malt whisky with a teaspoon of Glenfiddich mixed in. This bourbon-aged Burnside is certainly not ordinary at 28 years old and a Whiskybase-score of 90! (47.8%)
Have you never tasted a single malt whisky from the Kininvie distillery? Then Taiwanese Whisky AGE offers you this unique opportunity! This Aldunie blended malt is nothing more than a 25-year-old Kininvie with a spoonful of other malt mixed in. (53.7%)
Rarely, if ever, do you come across a bottling of Kininvie single malt whisky. But sometimes, a bottling of that whisky appears that contains a teaspoon of other malt. So, a blended malt. And they call that Aldunie. This one is 24 years old and at 48.9%.
Almost all bottles of Benrinnes single malt whisky come from independent bottlers. In 2023 the well-known German bottler Maltbarn released a Benrinnes bottling. The whisky matured for 23 long years in a bourbon cask, from which 127 bottles came at 51.8%.
Glentauchers Distillery is about 125 years old. As a supplier to the blend industry, they don't really release bottlings. Their single malt whisky is undoubtedly popular among independent bottlers. See this 14-year-old, bourbon-aged bottling. (54.4%)
The Indian Amrut Distilleries, which has existed since 1948, launched its first Amrut single malt whisky in 2004. Amrut is now an established name. In 2020, they released their first triple-distilled malt, the Triparva. This is batch 3. Worth a try! (50%)
Previous editions of this single malt whisky have been described as incredibly intense, complex, ripe and full. And this edition, the Black Art 11.1, is no less than 24 years old. In that time, this special malt matured in various cask types. (44.2%)
The Neidhal is a peated version of the Indian Amrut single malt whisky. This is the first batch in the Single Malts of India series, where Amrut releases whiskies that have the character of an Indian region. Here, those are salty maritime and peaty notes.
The name Two Continents already indicates it: this single malt whisky first matured high and warm in the heart of India at the Amrut distillery. Then, the casks went 9,000 kilometres further to a secret, cool place in Europe. The best of both worlds!
With the very affordable bottlings in Gordon & MacPhail's Discovery series, you can explore the Scotch whisky world! Take this Tomatin single malt whisky, for example. The Highlander matured for about 12 years in a bourbon cask and was bottled at 43%.
You can't go wrong with Buffalo Trace bourbon whiskey: reliable quality, available everywhere and you get what you can expect from a bourbon: notes of vanilla, honey and toffee; a bit spicier. With this liter bottle you get extra value for your money!
Heaven's Door, founded in 2015 by Bob Dylan (yes, that one), bottles unique bourbon, Tennessee and, for example, Irish whisky in limited editions, such as this 10-year-old straight bourbon whiskey, released in the Decade Series. Bottled at 50%.
Right on time, this Christmas Edition 2023 from Speyside Distillery Glenfarclas. An excellent single malt whisky for these dark winter days: aged for a good 9 years in Oloroso sherry casks and bottled at 46%. In a limited edition. So be quick!
A Westport blended malt whisky from WhiskySponge. Or blended malt... if you delve deeper into the label text, the conclusion could be that this is a 17-year-old Glenmorangie single malt whisky with at most a teaspoon of another malt. (bottled at 55%)
was added to your shopping cart
Out of stock