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We are constantly updating our website with new whiskies and other products, so if you're looking for a new release that's just hit the market, then look no further than our new releases section. We are always looking for new and exciting spirits, wines and beers to add to our site, so keep checking back to see what's new!

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Monkey Shoulder Whisky
Professor Cornelius Ampleforth
Smooth Ambler Distillery
Maple Whiskey Liqueur
Yamazaki Whisky Distillery
Filliers Distillery
May
21
Yet more antique bottles, as well as a pair of brand new Batshit Mental Ideas treats and a bundle of Hunter Laing bottlings!
Johnnie Walker 12 Year Old Black Label from the 1980s. Though not quite the same shape as the one in Blade Runner, this was produced in the same decade as the film was released, which is pretty neat...  More info
$147.08
Old Elgin 8 Year Old is a long-running blend from Gordon & MacPhail, name for the city in which they reside (which the label describes as the 'Whisky Capital of Scotland'). We believe that this...  More info
$147.08
A bottle of Antiguan rum from 2007 from a brand that takes its name and logo from a derogatory term used in 17th century England for fans of people called Charles.  More info
$36.77
Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve from the 1980s. A neat, collectible piece of whisky history - would be interesting trying this along with some Glenfiddich produced more recently to see if anything's...  More info
$147.08
A rare bottle of Porto Cálem dating from the 1980s featuring, we assume, a picture of the man who founded the company back in 1859, António Alves Cálem.  More info
$73.54
This is a bottle of Jim Beam White Label, which we think was produced in 1978. A collectible antique for whiskey lovers, though unfortunately this bottle looks to have suffered at the hands of time...  More info
$147.08
Antique Amaro Montenegro - what a treat! We think this bottle of the classic Italian postprandial drink, made with a wild variety of herbs and spices, was produced in the 1970s.  More info
$147.08
A bottle of cachaça dating from the 1990s that's opted for a mixture of English and Portuguese on the label by spelling João Santos' country of origin "Brazil", rather than "Brasil".  More info
$73.54
A strawberry-flavoured liqueur from French producer, Dolfi, made in the 1970s. A handsome antique, though it has sadly suffered a few minor scuffs to the label.  More info
$147.08
An old 1990s bottle of the popular Italian brandy Vecchia Romagna Riserva, made with Trebbiano grapes and aged for 10 years.  More info
$73.54
A collectible presentation of Glenfiddich single malt Scotch whisky from the 1980s, alongside a Clans Of The Highlands presentation tin honouring the Clan Drummond.  More info
$147.08
A Tunisian date liqueur bottled in the 1970s. The original recipe is said to have been created by Swiss monks who set up a monastery in Thibar, Tunisia.  More info
$147.08
A fine looking 1980s gin bottle here, White Satin from Sir Robert Burnett & Co., by this point a Seagram brand.  More info
$147.08
Dating from the noughties (naughties?), this is an old bottling of Red Dragon London Dry Gin, presented at 38% abv.  More info
$73.54
May
20
We hop back in our time machine for another batch of antique bottles from yesteryear...
A 1970s bottling of Atuey Ron Con Miel Moreno, which we believe might be a rum-based spirit drink flavoured with honey produced on the Canary Isles.  More info
$183.85
A 1970s bottling of John O'Groat's, which we think is a blended Scotch whisky from the Drambuie Liqueur Co. - a rare collectible for whisky historians.  More info
$183.85
Blue (coloured) orange (flavoured) liqueur dating from the 1970s and produced by the Dutch brand Siebrand.  More info
$101.12
Dating from 1971, this is a rare and old bottle of the popular Luxardo Maraschino liqueur. There is a fair amount of damage to the label.  More info
$101.12
This is a 1970s bottling of Fine Old Ruby Port from the esteemed producer, Graham's. Though it lacks an ABV on the label, this 1 litre bottling would make for an excellent collectible piece.

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$183.85
A rare 1970s bottle of chestnut liqueur with original (albeit slightly beaten up) packaging.  More info
$101.12
A Dutch anise-flavoured liqueur dating from the 1970s.  More info
$101.12
A 1969 vintage Grand Bas Armagnac from Poyferré's Domaine de Jouanda, which was bottled in 1989. A rare treat for antique Armagnac aficionados...  More info
$183.85
A pepper vodka produced for V/O Sojuzplodoimport, the Soviet organisation that Stolichnaya was also produced for before it all gets a bit confusing in the 1990s.  More info
$119.50
We think that this bottle of Bols Crème de Noyaux was produced before 1964. Crème de Noyaux if, of course, a crème liqueur made to taste like almonds using apricot kernels, similar to how Amaretto...  More info
$183.85
Let's say your last name is Sword and you make a blended Scotch whisky - what do you call it? James Sword & Sons approached this question and knocked it out the bloomin' park with Sword's Gauntlet...  More info
$183.85

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