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18 Year Old Whisky

Eighteen (18) Year Old Whisky must have rested in a wooden cask for a full eighteen years. If a single malt whisky is composed of more than one age of whisky, for example, an 18yo, a 25yo and a 40yo, the age statement on the bottle must be that of the youngest whisky in the malt - eighteen years old in the case given here.

18 year old whisky can be given as an 18th birthday present, a fathers day gift, or a Christmas Present.

Eighteen Year Old Whiskies are usually much more mellow and soft than those that have been matured for less time, the harsher notes having been mellowed out by the extended maturation process.

18 years ago - 1993 was a notable year for many reasons:

In 1993, Bill Clinton was elected 42nd President of the United States. We do not know if he drank whisky, but we certainly know he once said this: "It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is."

Sadly, in 1993, legendary rocker and oddball Frank Zappa passed away. His eclectic mix of styles and sounds makes for the perfect sonic accompaniment to a good glass of Scotch whisky.

Whisky would not have been used as refreshment by Miguel Indurain whilst he raced in the Tour de France which he won in 1993.

1997
Wemyss Malts have a history in wine and take a vintner's approach to selecting whisky. This bottle is named Vanilla Summer to reflect its flavour profile.  More info
1997 vintage
$108.61
This is a single malt whisky bottled by Wemyss Malts. Wemyss originally dealt in wine, as such they are taking a vintner's approach to selecting whisky.

Wemyss name their single malt whiskies after...  More info
1997 vintage
$108.61
This is a 1997 vintage Bunnahabhain from Wemyss Malts - a range of whiskies named after their flavours. Driftwood is a 15 year old whisky and each cask in the range is specially selected under the eye...  More info
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1997 vintage
$108.93
Douglas Laing bottle whiskies without chill filtration or colouring for their Old Malt Cask series. This Old Malt Cask has been bottled from a cask of whisky from the famous Macallan distillery in...  More info
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$149.64
This Glen Keith was bottled by Douglas Laing for their Old Malt Cask series without colouring or chill filtration.  More info
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$105.51
This is a sherry matured single malt from the Glenturret distillery. This whisky has been bottled by Douglas Laing for their Old Malt Cask collection.  More info
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$124.95
This is an 18 year old single cask Aberfeldy from Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range. It was distilled in June 1994 before a maturation in a refill hogshead. It was bottled in June 2012 and there are...  More info
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$117.20
This Glenrothes has been bottled from a single cask by Douglas Laing for their Director's Cut series. Glenrothes is a classic Speyside whisky from the town of Rothes.  More info
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$167.51
Clynelish remains popular with whisky connoisseurs the world over and it is easy to see why with this fruity offering bottled from a single cask by Berry Brothers and Rudd.  More info
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$81.87
This fifteen year old Caol Ila has been bottled by Signatory without chill filtration and is a deliciously peaty Islay single malt!  More info
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$62.48
This Glenburgie was bottled in 2012, after fifteen years of cask ageing, by independent bottler Signatory. Glenburgie predominantly produces malt whisky for the award winning Ballantine's blend.  More info
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$45.18
This is a fourteen year old Macallan bottled by independent bottler Coopers Choice in 2011.  More info
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$78.28
Macduff is bottled as Glen Deveron by the distillery itself, however independent bottlings tend to use the distillery name - such as this one here.

This Macduff has spent fifteen years in oak...  More info
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$73.32
This is a delicious 1997 vintage from the Brackla distillery, aged in refill sherry casks before bottling for Gordon and MacPhail's Connoisseurs Choice range. This is a light, aperitif-style malt.  More info
1997 vintage
$60.47
Balblair 1997
(70cl, 43%)
The youngest of the trio of 2007 released Balblair 'vintages', this Balblair single malt enjoyed maturation in first fill ex-bourbon casks and it is pleasant to see whisky from the distillery standing...  More info
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1997 vintage
A cask strength bottling of Lowland single malt matured in first fill and refill Oloroso sherry casks for 18 years. Auchentoshan produces triple distilled whisky that stands up superbly well against...  More info
18 years old
This is the 2012 release of Buffalo Trace's amazing Sazerac Rye Whiskey, this is a sure-fire winner for any fan of rye whiskies..  More info
18 years old
$182.62
Ardbeg changed hands between 1996 and 1997, since then the distillery has only released a Ten Year Old with an age statement. So it is pretty darn exciting *massively massively exciting* to get to try...  More info
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This is an eighteen year old bottling from the mothballed distillery of Caperdonich.

This whisky has been bottled at 50%abv without chill-filtration as a part of Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask...  More info
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$192.50
Edradour is one of smallest distilleries in Scotland, this is a 14-year-old Edradour that's spent four years in Moscatel casks following a 10 year maturation of ten years. It's bottled at cask...  More info
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This is a fourteen year old Caol Ila bottled without chill-filtration by Signatory to maintain flavour and texture.  More info
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$62.48
Clynelish hails from the town of Brora, a town famous for its rare namesake whisky Brora which was originally called Clynelish before the new distillery was built - very confusing indeed!  More info
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$57.26
Glen Keith is a relatively new distillery having been built in 1957 and was the first distillery to gas fire their stills. This Glen Keith is part of the John Milroy Selection - John Milroy started...  More info
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$117.31
This is a big sherried Bunnahabhain bottled by independent bottler Murray McDavid (of that there Bruichladdich).  More info
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$138.96
Boisdale is a chain of fantastic whisky and cigar bars across London, notably Belgravia and Canary Wharf, and they have bottled this Clynelish with Berry Brothers and Rudd of St James'. Only 298...  More info
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$78.59

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