Whisky derives from the Gaelic 'Uisge beatha', meaning 'water of life', itself from the Latin, Aqua Vitae, also meaning 'water of life'. We have some delightful 30 year old whiskies. Whiskies of this age have had plenty of oak contact, and thus often proffer a great refinement. These are truly connoisseur's whiskies. Why not sample one of our blended whiskies. By law, these must include a minimum 40% malt whisky, the rest being grain whisky. These can range from the traditional blends, such as Whyte and Mackay, to the unorthodox whiskies from Jon, Mark and Robbo. If one wishes, one can compare this with other whiskies of the same age (tasting horizontally) or comparing it with older or younger bottlings (tasting vertically).