• A giant leap forward for Bunnahabhain 12yo, this edition was launched in summer 2010 with a jump in strength to 46.3% and a declaration of no chill-filtration and no added colouring.
  • The standard release Port Charlotte produced at Bruichladdich. Made exclusively from Scottish barley and peated to 40ppm, Nonchillfiltered, naturally coloured and bottled at 50%.
  • The first release in Octomore's four-strong Masterclass series, 8.1 is made using Scottish barley and is peated to 167ppm. Aged in American-oak barrels, this is fruity and smoky with notes of vanilla, melon, citrus and marzipan.
  • 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.
  • 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%.
  • Exclusively matured in first fill Bourbon casks, Bowmore No.1 Malt is singularly special. Vanilla sweetness, cinnamon spice and oak smoke beautifully complement the mouth-watering citrus, honeycomb and coconut flakes, culminating in a peat smoked, bourbon vanilla and lime finish.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Big Peat has got his Christmas jumper on once again, which can only mean one thing - it's time for another edition of Big Peat at Christmas! As is tradition for the Christmas Edition, “he” is bottled at a winter-warming Cask Strength of 53.9%
  • Big Peat has got his Christmas jumper on once again, which can only mean one thing - it's time for another edition of Big Peat at Christmas! For 2017, Douglas Laing have blended seven different Islay single malts (including whisky from the revered Port Ellen) together and bottled it up at cask strength. A fantastic winter warmer.
  • From Benriach's 2020 relaunch of its cracking core range comes The Twelve, a 12 year old Speyside single malt mature in a trio of casks - namely sherry casks, bourbon casks and Port casks.