We can’t say too much about the origins of this malt whisky other than to say that it’s a ‘Blended Malt’ by law but, in reality, it is a tea-spooned single cask.
Aged 22 Years
Described appropriately as a “small and artisanal” distillery nestled near the Speyside hamlet of Drumguish, The Speyside Distillery uses age-old hand crafted methods to produce its single malt, patiently and unhurried with long fermentation and slow distillation.
Aged 8 Years
Founded in 1846, Caol Ila Distillery is renowned for producing a consistently solid Islay malt whisky, displaying notes of orchard fruits, earthy soil and distinctive marine/sea shore character.
Aged 13 Years
Benrinnes Distillery was established in 1826 (at its original site) and engineered to be a full-bodied new make spirit that became a highly sought after malt for blenders looking to add weight to their whiskies.
Aged 7 Years
Little-known but highly prized as a Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Balmenach is an old distillery, established in 1824 as one of the classic Speyside producers.
AGED 30 YEARS
The present day Jura Distillery was rebuilt in the 1960s to produce a light, unpeated island whisky, unlike most of its neighbouring distilleries on Islay.