• An Oa (pronounced ‘an oh’) joined the core Ardbeg range in 2017. Matured in a combination of ex-Pedro Ximénez sherry casks, virgin oak and ex-Bourbon barrels and then vatted and married in a new bespoke "gathering vat" made from French oak. Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 46.6%.
  • Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 46%.
  • First released in 2008, Corryvreckan is now part of the core Ardbeg range. Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon casks and new French oak. It takes its name from the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay. Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 57.1%
  • Double Gold Medal winner at The San Fransisco World Spirits Competition 2018. Silver Medal Winner World Whiskies Awards 2018. The China Wine & Spirits Best Value Awards 2014. Gold Medal Winner, San Fransisco World Spirits Competition 2012.
  • It is a perfectly balanced marriage of both first fill Sherry and Bourbon casks and is a highly rewarding Single Malt with depth of character and zest. It captures perfectly all the fresh character of the Arran 10 year-old with an added layer of intensity and fruitiness.
  • The Arran 18 year-old is a wonderfully balanced expression of The Arran Malt which displays the tremendous depth of character of our Distillery. Caramelised citrus and tropical notes on a background of toasted oak have created an intense, well rounded dram with charm and personality. A balanced mix of our finest aged ex-Sherry and ex-Bourbon Casks, this fully mature expression of The Arran Malt is exceptional.
  • This Auchentoshan 12-year-old expression replaced the old 10 year-old when the range was totally revamped. Elegant and refined, with theose classic Auchentoshan notes of vanilla and almonds.
  • The ever-popular Auchentoshan 3 Wood is matured initially in bourbon casks before being finished in Oloroso then Pedro Ximénez casks for an extra layer of rich, sweet fruitiness.
  • Bowmore 12yo has a place in many hearts as Islay's 'medium-peated' malt. A pronounced iodine character with plenty of pepper, the current 12yo bottling is a welcome return to the classic Bowmores of the 1960s and '70s, with the emphasis on tropical fruit and smoke. A deserved runner-up in our Whisky of the Year 2014-15 blind tasting.
  • A whisky coming into its prime. This 15-year-old single malt, which spends its final three years in oloroso sherry casks, is elegantly balanced between this sherry influence and the distillery's fruit and peat characteristics – including a siren-like whisper of tropical fruit that will delight fans of older-style Bowmore.
  • The 4th edition of the mysterious and limited Black Art was distilled in 1990 and bottled as a 23yo. Initially matured in ex-bourbon casks and then finished in a variety of assorted wine casks, the exact details retired master distiller and legendary whisky maker, Jim McEwan, never disclosed. Nonchillfiltered, naturally coloured and bottled at cask strength of 49.2%.
  • The first of a new series from Bruichladdich, this Laddie Classic is a no-age-statement bottling intended, as the name would suggest, to showcase the classic 'Laddie style.