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Speyside Single Malt Whisky

As a style, Speyside whiskies are usually lighter and sweeter than other Scotch single malts. As they grow older, they develop body. The Speyside region has the vast majority of all the Scotch distilleries, and thus there is a great variation. Aside from the lighter, honeyed single malts, there are also a small group of distilleries which produce a heavily sherried style Speyside whisky. Glenfarclas and The Macallan, for example, produce big bodied drams, The Glenlivet and Glenfiddich distilleries produce the most classic, typical Speyside drams, and both are world famous.

Speyside
Origins is a fascinating range from the Gordon & MacPhail-owned distillery, exploring how changing different aspects in the production process will influence the final spirit. Made exclusively with...  More info
$74.80
A classic 15 year old Speyside malt originally released for the travel retail market. Singleton of Dufftown is aged in a mix of European and American oak casks and it's sweet and spicy.  More info
$66.68
A lovely little gift set, this contains a full-sized bottle of the malty, easy-going Speyside whisky, Cardhu 12 year old, as well as a branded tasting glass.  More info
$61.43
From Batch 10 of the GlenDronach single cask bottlings comes this Pedro Ximénez puncheon-matured single malt, bottled at 19 years old. The cask was filled in September 1994 and emptied in June 2014...  More info
$166.03
Linkwood single malt Scotch whisky, bottled by Wemyss and given the name Citrus Burst, which doesn't sound too dissimilar from the name of an ice cream or an exciting sweetie. It's not. It's a tasty...  More info
$130.29
Matured in both traditional oak and sherry casks, this demonstrates the rich, intensity of Aberlour single malt. Peppery and fruity.  More info
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A vatting of two casks of Glenallachie aged for 16 years, prior to release by indie bottler Signatory in 2013.  More info
$60.48
This is the ninth release of Glenfarclas 1989 Family Cask - an extraordinary whisky which was aged in a single sherry butt (number 19289) before bottling in 2012.  More info
$358.52
This Glenglassaugh has been finished in a Madeira wine cask which give the whisky flavours of dried fruit, ginger and orange.  More info
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$555.86
20 years in a bourbon barrel was long enough for this Macallan single malt Scotch whisky to properly impress Hunter Laing enough to make it part of the Old Malt Cask range of independently bottles...  More info
$213.71
Fancy some 32 year old Glenlivet? Well then, here's your chance, courtesy of Signatory! It was distilled by the Speyside legends in December 1981 and matured until February 2014, when it was bottled...  More info
$267.63
Part of WM Cadenhead's Small Batch series of independent bottlings, this Macduff single malt Scotch whisky was distilled in 1989 and matured in sherry wood until 2013, when it was bottled with an...  More info
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$146.38
While a vast majority of Mortlach whisky finds its was into Johnnie Walker blends, a small amount of it escapes in these big, wooden things called "casks" to be enjoyed as a single malt. This one is a...  More info
$64.15
Braes of Glenlivet is now better known as Braeval after the distillery dropped the Glenlivet suffix in 1994 to avoid confusion with the nearby Glenlivet Distillery. The distillery is also the highest...  More info
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The 7th release of Glenfarclas' 1970 Family Cask. A very tasty and surprisingly fresh whisky for its advanced age.  More info
$748.25
A 22 year old single cask Scotch whisky distilled at The Macallan in 1990. This Speyside whisky was bottled at cask strength by Mackillop's in April 2013.  More info
You don't see a whole lot of single malt Scotch whisky coming from the Glenallachie distillery, as most of it goes into some well known blends. Independent bottlers do get their hands on their single...  More info
$68.06
The Mortlach distillery in sunny Speyside distilled this single malt Scotch whisky in 1995. They left it to mature for 18 years, until Duncan Taylor cracked open the single barrel and bottled the...  More info
$145.29
An 18 year old Miltonduff from Signatory taken from three bourbon barrels. Great Stuff.  More info
$74.95
At the end of April 2013, the co-owners of Douglas Laing, brothers Fred and Stewart, went their separate ways. The company was split with Fred retaining the name Douglas Laing & Co along with ranges...  More info
$231.39
Allt-á-Bhainne. Sounds like House of Pain, no? No? Watch out for a new Boutique-y bottling coming soon…  More info
$71.35
In August 1999, two bourbon barrels were filled at the Craigellachie distillery. 14 years later, in November 2013, these two barrels were cracked open and the single malt Scotch whisky was poured into...  More info
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$62.16
This Family Cask was a refill sherry hogshead distilled in 1982. This whisky is a spicy, rich Glenfarclas, released as part of the popular family cask series.  More info
$601.91
Distilled in 1979, this is a rich, cask-strength Speyside whisky from Berry's Own Selection - a prestigious range from top wine merchants Berry Brothers and Rudd. It's a single cask Balmenach which...  More info
$233.51
This is a bourbon-matured Tormore which was distilled in April 1992. It was aged in two bourbon barrels (5683 and 5688) for 19 years before bottling for Signatory's Cask Strength Collection in late...  More info
$111.42

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