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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!
Has a secret supply of Caperdonich casks been discovered? Recently, various bottlings of this single malt whisky are suddenly released, the distillery of which closed in 2002. Anyhow, we can be happy with bottlings like this 20-year-old dram! (56.8%)
When the Caperdonich Distillery closed in 2002, it had never released bottlings of their single malt whisky. Remarkably enough, a few original brand bottlings appeared after the closure. Like this one: peated (!), aged for 18 years in bourbon casks, 48%.
There is blended whisky and there is blended whisky. And this is clearly a very luxurious blended whisky! The crystal decanter is not just any bottle and the box has a luxurious look, but more importantly: the youngest whisky in this blend is 25 years old
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!
Bottler Berry Bros & Rudd releases this Glen Grant single malt whisky in the series Exceptional Casks. And exceptional this bottling is! In 1972 this Glen Grant went on cask to be bottled 46 years later, in 2019. The result: 159 bottles at 44.8% ABV.
Berry Bros & Rudd is quite rightly releasing this single malt whisky in their Exceptional Casks series: it is a whopping 45-year-old Glenburgie! The Speysider went on the cask in 1975 and it was released in 2020 in 136 bottles at 44.1% cask strength.
With The Family Casks, the Glenfarclas Distillery is releasing a series of special single-cask bottlings. And this is a very special one: the single malt whisky went into the sherry cask in 1977 and was bottled in 2019. Do the math! (210 bottles at 43.6%.
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!
Karuizawa is an almost legendary Japanese single malt whisky. The distillery, which was known for its high quality, closed in 2001. Years later, bottlings appeared, such as this one for Specialty Drinks in 2012 (55% ABV). A rare bottle, now in our shop!
Lagavulin is one of the highest rated single malt whiskies. And when we talk about these ceramic jug that was released sometime in the 1980s, then we talk about something very special. A collector's item par excellence! (15 years, bottled at 45%)
A 47-year-old Linkwood single malt whisky? yes!!! Bottler Gordon & MacPhail released 190 bottles at the end of 2020. The Speyside malt matured on a sherry cask (refill hogshead) from the bottler itself. Rarely has such an old Linkwood appeared. At 51.4%.
Since Lowlands distillery Littlemill closed in 1996, fewer and fewer bottlings of this single malt whisky have appeared. Reason to take a good look at this Whisky-Doris bottling: matured for 30 years in a bourbon cask and bottled at 50.9% cask strength.
A Macallan single malt whisky from 1976, there you have something! This one is, 18 years old, bottled in 1994. We are talking about a real 'old skool' sherried Macallan with which the distillery managed to build a big name. In a 75 CL bottle. (43%)
An 18 year old Macallan single malt whisky with vintage 1988! A classic exemplary sherried whisky from the famous brand. Bottled in 2006, and since then rated with a very high score. If this is not a collector's item! (43%)
In 1993, the Lowland Distillery Rosebank was shut down after about a century and a half of producing single malt whisky. Four years before that, the spirit for this release went on the cask and in 2003 the whisky was bottled at 40% by Gordon & MacPhail.
This Rosebank single malt whisky was casked in 1991, 17 years later, the distillery had long been closed, it was bottled by Gordon & MacPhail. A modestly sherryed Rosebank in which you can also find notes of bourbon casks. An elegant whisky.
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