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This whisky was released by Compass Box to mark the change in the Scotch Whisky Regulations of 2009, that after the 22nd November 2011 blends of single malt whiskies may no longer be labelled as...  More info
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An elegant bottle of Haig & Haig Five Star blended Scotch whisky, bottled in the 1970s. Awesome!  More info
Single malt Scotch whisky from an undisclosed Highland distillery, bottled at cask strength (in this case, a very sturdy 66.7% ABV) - hence the name"As We Get It". It's bottled just as the chaps from...  More info
To figure out what the newest addition to the Great King Street blended whisky brand will be, Compass Box are taking the advice of the whisky drinking public. They've released two different blends and...  More info
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J&B Rare - 1966
(75cl, 43%)
If you're looking for cool things that were released in 1966, there's two things that should be on your list. This bottle of J&B Rare blended Scotch whisky is one of them. The other is Pet Sounds by...  More info
A rare bottle of 1980s Johnnie Walker Red Label complete with the original box, which, whilst it may have seen better days, is a nice addition.  More info
A bottling of Ian Macleod's 'As We Get It' Islay Single Malt, which is bottled at cask strength without chill-filtration of added colours, so it's presented just as they got it from the Islay...  More info
A half bottle of Lauder's Original, a very smooth, rounded whisky.  More info
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
A collectible decanter from Bell's, celebrating Christmas 1989! The bell-shaped decanter shows a rendition of Perth, Scotland, in the winter of 1895. Evidently people enjoyed riding their bikes on ice...  More info
A very handsome decanter of Langs Select blended Scotch whisky, released to commemorate the Year of the Dog in the Chinese Zodiac calender. The next one of those is coming up in 2018, so grabbing this...  More info
A blended scotch whisky from Gordon and MacPhail, the label features a cartoon of the Loch Ness Monster.  More info
Produced in the 1950s, this is a very rare antique bottle of Haig's Dimple blended Scotch whisky. As a window into the history of whisky, we do love these old bottles, as do many collectors and drinks...  More info
Johnnie Walker devotees will be excited about this - a rare 1960s bottling of Johnnie Walker Black Label. Sadly, the label has suffered a fair bit of damage over the years, but this big bottle is...  More info
A 12 year old blend from Speyside. This was bottled under Gordon and MacPhail's Speycast range.  More info
An excellent collectible - this is a 1980s bottling of Johnnie Walker Swing, which is named after the motion the bottle makes when pushes. Very cool indeed. It even comes with the original...  More info
A Gordon and MacPhail single malt from a secret distillery, this 21 year old was matured in first fill and refill sherry casks. It offers a traditional Speyside character.  More info
White Horse
(70cl, 40%)
A good blend which was first produced in 1861, White Horse was the Blended Whisky of the Year in Jim Murray's 2007 Whisky Bible.  More info
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The Antiquary Finest
(70cl, 40%)
The Antiquary was named for the 1816 novel by the famed Scottish writer and poet, Sir Walter Scott.  More info
Named after the way the bottle rocks back and forth when given a nudge, Johnnie Walker Swing was made to be kept on a ship. The rocking motion moves with the sea so the bottle doesn't fall...  More info
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With one of the most unique bottles in the whisky world, Haig Dimple is well known for how it looks. However, it's not just a pretty face. It's a beautiful blended Scotch whisky that is love...  More info
Haig Pinch 4/5 Quart
(76cl, 43%)
An incredibly rare, quart-sized bottle from Haig, this was bottled decades ago and is a true collector's item. Rare too, to see Haig Pinch - Dimple is the more common of the two.  More info
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Produced in the 1980s, this is a collectible bottle of VAT 69 blended Scotch whisky, first produced by William Sanderson in the 1880s. This is a short, stout and squat bottle of the blend, though it...  More info
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A traditional Speysider, bottled under Gordon and MacPhail's own label. This was matured in refill sherry casks and offers plenty of cask influence: dried fruits and peels, sultanas and oak.  More info
This was selected for Gordon and MacPhail's own range of bottlings and matured for a full 40 years in first fill and refill sherry casks, whisky has given this a traditional Speyside character.  More info

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