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Highland 40 Year Old Whisky

Whiskey is matured in a range of oaks, from the American and European to the more unusual Truffle and Burr oak. Oak is of key importance in whiskey, for it imparts such flavour, and even proffers the cork. Many of our whiskeys have spent a good quantity of time in oak, especially our 40 year old whiskeys. These are very well aged, and thus extremely rare. These are in limited supply and offer an outstanding amount of oaken maturity and complexity. These are collector's items. We have 40 year old Highland whiskeys. Within the Northern Highlands, there are big, cereal sweet whiskeys. The Southern Highlands proffer light, fruity whiskeys. The Eastern highlands offer full, dry and fruity malts, with the west providing full, powerful malts with plenty of peat smoke. Browse our well-stocked collection of whiskeys and read our reviews. If you need any suggestions, our team of whiskey aficionados are always keen to offer advice, so feel free to get in touch.

1974
This is a late addition to the Diageo Special Releases 2011 having been released in 2012. The Glenury Royal distillery was closed in 1985 and was later demolished. There have been very few recent...  More info
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$1040.14
Bottled as part of the Celebration of the Cask range by Càrn Mòr, this is a 40 year old Teaninich single malt which spent all that time in a single, sizeable sherry puncheon. 200 well aged bottles of...  More info
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$579.64
Pronounced 'OH-thrusk', this 28 year old is a great example of a classically matured Speyside whisky.  More info
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Single Cask Blair Athol, matured in refill hogshead number 5572 for a whopping 35 years. This was distilled in October 1974 and bottled by Douglas Laing in October 2009. An outturn of 217 bottles.  More info
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A 23 year old cask strength bottling from the Rare Malts range of limited cask strength single malts. Distilled in 1974, this is a smoky, peppery dram from the Clynelish distillery.  More info
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Dalmore 1974
(70cl, 42%)
This 32 year old bottling is a rare release of but 780 bottles, this was distilled in 1974 and matured in sherry casks and is fruity and nutty, alongside the typical Dalmore notes of orange zest and...  More info
1974 vintage
$993.66
Dalmore 40 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
A triple-wood from the Dalmore distillery, an awesome 40 year old, matured in American white oak, Matusalem Oloroso sherry and Amoroso sherry casks. A rare Highland bottling. A great testament to the...  More info
40 years old
$2168.05
This is the truly staggering Dalmore 40 year old - a superb Highland malt aged in three different types of cask: American white oak, Matusalem Oloroso Sherry and Amoroso Sherry casks. This was...  More info
40 years old
$4315.65
A 40 year old edition of the Highland blend Dew of Ben Nevis, this features a quantity of malt whisky from the Ben Nevis distillery.  More info
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40 years old
$219.72
Fettercairn 40 Year Old
(70cl, 43.30%)
The stunning-looking (and stunning-tasting!) Fettercairn 40 Year Old. This was distilled in 1969 and it was aged in Apostoles Palo Cortado sherry wood. It was bottled recently with the newly...  More info
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$1320.05
This is a forty year old expression from the little known distillery of Fettercairn which is owned by the famous blending company Whyte & Mackay who also own Dalmore and Jura distilleries.  More info
40 years old
$1191.24
Glencadam may be one of the lesser-known distilleries but it generally produces a great malt. This bottling, from Gordon and MacPhail, is slightly phenolic with a smoky edge. It was matured in refil...  More info
1974 vintage
$184.42
A Gordon and MacPhail bottling from the Highland distillery Old Pulteney, distilled in 1974 - the same year that X to tha Z Xzibit was born!  More info
1974 vintage
$186.06
Old Pulteney 40 Year Old
(70cl, 51.30%)
This is the oldest ever official release of whisky from the Old Pulteney distillery in Wick, aged for a full 40 years in three sherry casks and a single bourbon barrel (all of which were filled in...  More info
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40 years old
$2222.05
A 1974 vintage from Gordon and MacPhail, matured in refill sherry butts. The Speyburn distillery has plenty of history, and during the Second World War, it was used to house two regiments of the...  More info
1974 vintage
This is an independent bottling of 40 (yes, 40!) year old Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a single refill butt from December 1973 until March 2014. It was distilled before the older...  More info
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$518.50
Tomatin 40 Year Old
(70cl, 42.90%)
A 40 year old vatting of seven sherry hogsheads, chosen by Douglas Campbell, the distillery manager at Tomatin.  More info
40 years old
A 40 year old from the Tomatin distillery, a really beautiful looking whisky, in a stunning decanter. This is part of the release five of the Celtic Heartlands range, and there are just 523 of these...  More info
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Tullibardine 1968
(70cl, 40.30%)
A very rare and limited edition Tullibardine distilled in 1968. This was aged for a whopping 40 years before bottling as part of an outturn of just 252 bottles.  More info
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$458.78

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