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Scotch Single Malt Whisky

Single malt Scotch whisky is one of the most revered spirits in the world. It has such scope for variation, it can offer complexity or simplicity, unbridled power or a subtle whisper. To legally be called a single malt Scotch, the whisky must be distilled at a single distillery in Scotland, in a copper pot still from nothing other than malted barley, yeast and water. It must then be aged in an oak cask for at least three years and a day, and be bottled at no less than 40% abv.

There are regional variations within Scotland, and terroir and geography play a massive part in the character of the whisky. Though in a Scotch single malt, it is the oak barrel that has the largest effect upon the character of the finished spirit, purported to be at least 60% of the final flavour.

From the Lomond stills of the Miltonduff distillery in 1979, comes this rare expression of Mosstowie single malt Scotch whisky, bottled in 2012 by Gordon & MacPhail for the Rare Old range. It was...  More info
A rather classic, classy bottling of Glenlivet single malt, presented by Gordon & MacPahil as part of their Distillery Labels series. This very well-matured dram was distilled in 1948 and was...  More info
Bottled by Gordon & Macphail, this Glenlivet has been aged beyond belief! Distilled by the Speyside legends in 1946 and bottled in 1992, the whisky has had decades to contemplate the universe, growing...  More info
The Dimensions range from Duncan Taylor showcases lots of fantastic single cask Scotch whisky that has been aged very well and bottled at natural cask strength, like this 17 year old Longmorn. Just...  More info
From cask 85123 emerged 233 bottles of Glen Grant whisky, free from their oak prison after 17 years of captivity. With this new-found freedom, they joined the Duncan Taylor Dimensions range of whisky...  More info
At the time of writing, this single cask bottling of 21 year old Auchroisk is close to being half as old as the distillery itself, as Auchroisk was founded in 1974. Of course, this rather amusing fact...  More info
An 18 year old bottling of Auchroisk from the newly formed Hunter Laing (previously part of Douglas Laing). Cask 9877 (a refill hogshead) produced just 311 bottles of this wonderful whisky.  More info
Aged for 14 years in a refill Sherry butt, this single cask Glencadam was distilled in the winter of 1998 before being bottled in spring 2013 as part of Douglas Laing's Provenance range.  More info
Spending a secondary maturation period in a small 50 litre cask, this 21 year old Linkwood from Duncan Taylor has an outturn of just 64 bottles!  More info
Few distilleries are as sought after as Islay's Ardbeg. Sestante meanwhile, are a celebrated independent bottling brand of real note who are no longer operating. What then, would it take to top a rare...  More info
A 21 year old Ardbeg distilled in 1974 and bottled in 1996 (only full years are counted) by the renowned Italian independent bottlers Sestante at 40% abv. This is a rare and valuable single malt...  More info
Dalmore filled up a cask of their brilliant single malt Scotch in December 1996, which the Scotch Malt Whisky Society eventually got their hands on and bottled in June 2008. It was bottled at a rather...  More info
Matured in single cask number 8 at the Glengoyne distillery, this was distilled in 1983 and bottled in the winter of 1997.  More info
285 bottles were bottled from a single cask of Macallan for this collectable whisky from these Speyside giants. Photographer Annie Leibovitz made collectable prints of photos she took of actor Kevin...  More info
A Gordon & MacPhail bottling from a few years ago, this is a 15 year old Ardmore which has been presented at cask strength and without chill-filtration. It was distilled in June 1991 and aged in...  More info
This Tormore was distilled in 1992 and bottled 20 years later in 2012 by Berry Brothers and Rudd of St James' London.  More info
An Auchentoshan from the year England won the World Cup boasting an almighty forty-four years of ageing and presented in a beautiful bottle and box. Grand stuff!  More info
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A 20 year old, cask-strength Glen Moray from Duncan Taylor's Octave range of whiskies aged in smaller "Octave" casks for additional flavour and spice.  More info
A 9 year old, cask strength, single cask Auchroisk from Diageo's Managers Choice range. This was distilled in 1999 and aged in a single sherry cask (number 11323) for 9 years before bottling in March...  More info
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A 20 year old bottling, distilled in 1979 before bottling at cask strength for Diageo's Rare Malts range.  More info
A cask strength bottling from the Teaninich distillery, matured for 23 years and released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts range.  More info
A cask strength edition, 1979 vintage, part of Diageo's Rare Malts range, this 21 year old proffers a rare chance to sample a single malt from the now closed Coleburn distillery.  More info
Part of a release of just 510 bottles distilled in September of 1972 and bottled in October of 2003, a 31 year old single cask edition from Glengoyne.  More info
A special single cask release from Diageo, a single cask was selected from each of their 27 malt whisky distilleries as part of their recently launched Managers Choice. This Glen Elgin was matured in...  More info
This is an incredibly rare single cask whisky that’s exclusively available through Master of Malt and, at 58 years of age, it's the oldest spirit ever released by Glenfarclas.

It was chosen by a...  More info
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