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1955 Strathisla Gordon and MacPhail Distillery Labels (40% abv)

It is becoming increasingly difficult, almost impossible to find vintage whiskies these days.

Thankfully over the years Gordon and MacPhail have released bottles like this, a great old Speysider distilled in 1955 and then aged 42 years before being bottled in 1997.

This is part of the Gordon & MacPhail Distillery Labels series, which replicates the livery the Elgin-based bottlers used in the mid-20th century when they produced the only official bottlings (under license) for many distilleries like this.

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1962 Glen Grant Archives (56 Year Old) Gordon & MacPhail (54.6% abv)

 Glen Grant 1962 Archives– Rich Sherry influences, dark fruits – dried figs and blackcurrant with spicy cloves. Thick treacle notes give way to polished oak and aged leather. The palate has fruitcake, intense spices , Seville orange and charred oak flavours. Morello cherries and liquorice give way to a charred edge and subtle coffee grounds. The finish is long and full bodied with plenty of spice and oak. DISTILLED: 17th September 1962 BOTTLED: 18th September 2018 AGE: 56 Years Old CASK TYPE: 1ST Fill Sherry Butt CASK #: 4405 COLOUR: Darkest Mahogany STRENGTH: 54.6% OUTTURN: 55 Bottles

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1967 Linkwood Archives (50 Year Old) -Gordon & MacPhail (42.4% abv)

 Linkwood 1967 (50 Year Old) Archives – Intense dried fruit aromas with plenty of oak and spices. A subtle hint of roasted hazelnut and underlying soft smoke. Mouth clinging and spicy – cloves, bitter orange and oak tannins offer a robust palate. Mouth drying, dark liquorice and oak persevere on the finish. DISTILLED: 23rd February 1967 BOTTLED: 26th January 2018 AGE: 50 Years Old CASK TYPE: 1ST Fill Sherry Hogshead CASK #: 695 COLOUR: Darkest Mahogany STRENGTH: 42.4% OUTTURN: 29 Bottles

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1969 Dallas Dhu 50 Year Old Private Collection Gordon and MacPhail (43.1% abv)

Dallas Dhu 1969 Gordon and MacPhail Private Collection (Lost Distillery) 

A spectacular vintage bottling from closed Speyside distillery, Dallas Dhu. Distilled on 10th June 1969 and bottled from refill sherry hogshead #1656.

 

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1975 anCnoc Vintage Limited Edition (44.2% abv)

Released in February 2015 this Limited Edition Single Malt was drawn from just three casks at our picturesque Knockdhu Distillery in Huntly.  Distinguished by its bronze tone, anCnoc 1975 Vintage is neither chill-filtered nor coloured and is bottled at its natural cask strength of 44.2% ABV.  Matured in Spanish and American oak casks, the whisky is full-bodied, intense and complex with notes of fruit cake, sticky toffee and seasoned leather which leads to a long, sweet finish. Over 90 points Whiskybase.com

“The 1975 has been anticipated for a number of years, it’s distinctively anCnoc, a fantastic whisky and a superb addition to any whisky collection,”

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1979 Glenlivet Archives (39 Years Old) Gordon & MacPhail (46.2% abv)

Glenlivet 1979 Archives – Ripe fruit aromas with vanilla and delicate elderflower aromas. The palate has fresh peach and some ripe melon flavours with underlying lime. Medium bodied the finish has a touch of pepper , oak and citrus. DISTILLED: 24th September 1979 BOTTLED: 12th October 2018 AGE: 39 Years Old CASK TYPE: Refill American Hogshead CASK #: 19233 COLOUR: Amber STRENGTH: 46.2% OUTTURN: 37 Bottles

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1990 Springbank – Hunter Laing & Co. The First Editions Authors’ Series 30 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt (44.1% abv)

Here we have something that will tempt collectors: A venerable Springbank distilled in September 1990 and matured in a single refill hogshead (HL18317). Just 103 bottles are available world wide. An earlier (24 year old) release in the series received high praise from whiskyfun.com. Given Hunter Laing’s reputation for quality selections, we’d anticipate something similar here. Keep in mind, Springbanks are now more than ever considered blue chip investments. Bottlings like this rarely surface. These are arguably the new Macallans, so expect further long term upside. Comes beautifully presented in a leather wrapped case.

Part of a new range paying tribute to great writers of years past, each release in the ‘The First Editions Authors’ Series is dedicated to a literary figure, such as Dickens, Poe or Kipling. This edition features Bayard Taylor, a Pennsylvanian poet and travel writer. Each whisky is personally selected by Andrew Laing from distilleries around Scotland. NWM

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A De Fussigny 1995 Vintage Cognac (43% abv)

Bouquet Floral notes with the vine flower, honey and peach at entry. Then dry citrus come in with notes of vanilla and oak wood.

Palate Harmonious and round with various notes of dry fruits right away (apple, citrus and peach) subsequently merging with subtle hints of oak and mahogany woods as well as fine notes of vanilla and chocolate. Well balanced with long finish.

Serving: An expression to enjoy neat for special occasions. Goes well with any type of cigar.

A. D. Rattray Tobermory 2008 12 Year Old (57.8% abv)

TOBERMORY 2008 12 YEAR OLD A.D. RATTRAY CASK COLLECTION LIMITED SINGLE CASK BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CRAFT CELLARS

Distilled: 18.12.2008
Bottled: 27.07.2.21
Number of Bottles: 102
Cask Type: Bourbon Barrel
57.8% ABV

Nose: Sweet cereals, fresh stone fruit, and a gentle medicinal quality

Palate: Medium body, with playful, mouthcoating creaminess. Excellent balance between the sweeter caramel and cereal notes, and soft pepper, wood spice and sea salt

Finish: Great length, with some more dry cereal and pepper lingering

Adelphi’s Glenborrodale 11 Year Old (Batch 8) (46% abv)

11 Years Old
46.0% Vol
1 of only 1404 bottles Refill Sherry HHDs

The eighth batch of Adelphi’s Glenborrodale, a tasty combination of some well-chosen malt whiskies from Scottish distilleries. The youngest component is 11 years old, and the entire batch produced only 1404 bottles.

Tasting Notes: Honeysuckle, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes, and flapjacks with honey. Oodles of McCowan’s Highland Toffee, salted popcorn and a hint of fresh mint with a wisp of smoke. Finish: Salted caramel and floral honey.

Aerolite Lyndsay 10 Year Old – The Character of Islay Whisky Company (46% abv)

From The Character of Islay Whisky Company comes a mysterious Islay single malt that goes by the name Aerolite Lyndsay. The peaty whisky has been sourced from an undisclosed distillery on the island, though we have been told that the liquid was aged for 10 years in a mixture of bourbon barrels and Spanish oak sherry quarter casks, which sounds thoroughly delicious. It’s bottled without any additional colouring, or any of that chill-filtration, too.

Oh, and the name? If you hadn’t miraculously worked it out already, Aerolite Lyndsay is in fact an anagram of the words ‘ten year old Islay’! See what they did there? Very nifty. (Master of Malt)

Amrut Fusion (50% abv)

Fusion is a particularly apt name for this fantastic single malt whisky from Amrut. Y’see, it’s made with barley grown in India, where the Amrut Distillery can be found, as well as peated barley from Scotland! Makes sense, right? Not just a clever name, it’s also a cracking whisky, offering up generous helpings of fresh fruit, honey, spice and a good whiff of smoke. Master of Malt