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Here you will find our collection of old and rare whiskies. Whiskies that went on cask far back in the the last century, whiskies that matured for an exceptionally long time, whiskies from closed distilleries ... Rare and with collector's value. Unique bottles that you won't find anywhere else. These are bottles for a special occasion or as an investment object. In any case: these are bottles of exceptional value in every respect!
Around the turn of the millennium, Islay distillery Ardbeg came out with a 17-year bottling, like this one from 2004. The series has since been somewhat forgotten. Wrongly so, because it always scored good. Curious? Take your chance now!
Until 2017 new Banff single malt whisky bottlings were released from the distillery which was closed in 1983. A bottle of this single malt is now a collector's item. So pay attention to this over 30-year-old Banff, that was launched in 1976! (43%)
The name Brora makes the hart beat faster for many whisky enthusiasts. That will certainly be the case with this bottle! A numbered bottle from a limited edition of a 30-year-old Brora single malt whisky. It scores very high.
We have a Brora in the shop again! And what a Brora it is! This legendary single malt whisky is 24 years old and has only just been distilled in the heavily peated period of this brand. Bottled in 2001, this bottle is now a classic collector's item.
Bottled at the end of the last century, so it's not surprising that the label is slightly damaged. But this is a Brora single malt whisky! 16 to 17 years old and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail. For when you want something really special in your collection!
You rarely come across a bottling of the legendary Brora single malt whisky anymore. This approximately 18 year old Brora was already bottled in 2000 by Gordon & MacPhail in their famous Connoisseurs Choice series. If this is not a collector's item...!
In 2002 Gordon & MacPhail bottled this Brora single malt whisky that went on cask in 1982. The almost legendary Highland single malt is filled at 40%, which was common at the time. Brora was one of the few standard-peated Highland whiskies.
We are quite proud to have a bottle like this in the shop. A Bunnahabhain single malt whisky of 34 years old that was vatted in 1968, matured in sherry casks, and bottled in 2002. Already a special bottling back then, and now even rarer!
Bottled specially for the American market and now in our shop, this 19-year-old Caperdonich single malt whisky from Berry Bros & Rudd. An excellent bottling at cask strength and a great opportunity to acquire a bottle from this vanished distillery!
About 50 years ago this Clynelish single malt whisky was launched, to be bottled in 1997 as a 24-year-old. On a solid 61.3%. Already a special bottling, and now extra special due to its rarity. In our shop you will now find bottle number 1609!
Clynelish 1972 Rare Malts edition, scoring a massive 92 points on average. This Clynelish is easily one of the best from an already excellent vintage: 1972. Hard to find and becoming scarcer by the day.
A bottle to look upon in awe. This Clynelish single malt whisky went into the cask in 1972 to be bottled 24 years later, and rightly so, as Rare Malts Selection. Now in our shop for a very competitive price. Collectors, be quick!
A collector's item, that's how we can call this bottling of an 8-year-old Glen Mhor single malt whisky. The label already shows that this is an old bottling: Gordon & MacPhail bottled it in 1994 when the Glen Mhor Distillery was already closed.
With this Glenlivet we have something special in our shop. It went into the cask in 1952 and was bottled by the Swiss Lateltin after an unknown period. The bottle has a screw cap, and whatever the label says, it's a single malt whisky!
You don't see them much anymore, bottles from famous Scott’s Selection. That alone makes this 20-year-old Littlemill single malt whisky special. The robust ABV is also special, and that this dram, once bottled for America, is now in our shop!
The Littlemill distillery closed about 20 years ago and therefore fewer and fewer bottlings of this brand are appearing. In 2018, this single malt whisky was bottled especially for the Belgian market. It matured for 28 years in a sherry cask. (51.2%)
A collector's item, that is clear. A 28-year-old bottling at cask strength from the single malt whisky distillery Littlemill closed in 1996. Bottler Ian Macleod released it in the Chieftain's series, in a release of 290 bottles. Interested?
In its relatively short existence, the Lochside Distillery that closed in 1992, built up a very good name through independent bottlings. But now this single malt whisky has become rare. So if you want to score a Lochside, take your chance now!
We don't get this kind of bottles every day. When you talk about 'old school' single malt whisky, you are talking about bottles like this 25 year old Longmorn. It started as new spirit in 1960 and was bottled in the 1980s by Gordon & MacPhail, at 40%.
Distilled in 1938 - 80 years ago. A Mortlach from a bygone area, bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 1985 making this a 47 year old Whisky distilled pre WW2. Unique and a rare find.
A very special bottle: a Port Ellen single malt whisky, vintage 1979. This 29-year-old legendary Islay whisky was bottled for their own shop by spirits merchant and Port Ellen specialist Old Bothwell from Glasgow. But now in the Whiskybase-shop!
A Port Ellen single malt whisky, vintage 1982, bottled for their own shop at a solid cask strength of 57.5% by spirits merchant and Port Ellen specialist Old Bothwell. This 28-year-old legendary Islay whisky is now for sale in our shop!
You don't often find a bottle of Rosebank single malt whisky anymore. But we have one! A 16 year old bottling from 2007 by Gordon & MacPhail. This 'triple-distillation' Lowland whisky matured in refill sherry casks and was bottled at 40%. Be quick!
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