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Not all Scotch Whisky can be assigned neatly to a single region, either because they are a blended whisky from distilleries in different regions, or simply because the distillery and region is kept secret.
A very smooth blended Scotch with a distinct honey flavour. In 1997 it won the International Spirits Challenge. More info
A golfing-themed bottle of blended whisky from the Highland Malt range. It's got a golfball at the bottom and and golfer in the middle! "Four! Hole in one! Slam dunk!", and so on. More info
Wonderfully presented blended Scotch whisky aged for at least 21 years. A rare 1980s bottling from Whyte & Mackay.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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This is the entry level expression from the Antiquary blended Scotch whisky range, owned by the Tomatin distillery after their acquisition of J. W. Hardie in 1997. A light, malty blend, with notes of… More info
A bottle of blended whisky shaped like a stag starring at the sky! Perhaps not the easiest to pour from, but likely the most majestic. More info
This was rated Blended Whisky of the Year 2012 by Whisky Advocate magazine.
Named for the address of Compass Box’s Edinburgh offices, Great King Street is a new range of highly approachable… More info
A half bottle of Lauder's Original, a very smooth, rounded whisky. More info
A new super-premium release from Johnnie Walker whose launch has been continuously celebrated by an extraordinary around the world journey of a 157 foot luxury yacht. The John Walker & Sons Voyager,… More info
An incredibly stylish presentation in both bottle and blend, Hankey Bannister's incredible 40 Year Old is magnificently crafted in every way. More info
A 4.5 litre bottle of Famous Grouse, a popular blended whisky with Scotch from Glenrothes, The Macallan and Highland Park, a slightly spicy, crisp blend. More info
Single malt Scotch whisky from an unnamed Highland distillery, bottled under the Glenandrew label. More info
A blended whisky from William Grant & Sons, finished in Oloroso sherry casks. Lovely balance. More info
A very famous blended whisky, a rather good blend too. Jim Murray awarded Teacher's Highland Cream 90 points in his Whisky Bible. More info
The perfect gift for people who like whisky and also the world/globes/spheres. To the untrained eye this looks just like a globe, but wait, there's more, it's filled with highland malt whisky. More info
A cool piece for Whyte & Mackay fans, this is one of their wonderful Coronation Decanters, filled with their blended Scotch whisky. This comes without the original presentation box. More info
One of the world's most popular blends, and the best-selling Scotch whisky in Scotland, Famous Grouse is a very nicely balanced, malty blend which was first made in 1896. In fact, it was created by… More info
Single malt Scotch whisky named after the 1947 novel and 1949 film of the same name, a story which is based on true events when the S.S. Politician ran aground on Eriskay and promptly had its cargo… More info
A blended scotch whisky from Gordon and MacPhail, the label features a cartoon of the Loch Ness Monster. More info
A blended whisky from William Grant & Sons, this was awarded a Silver medal at the 2007 International Wine and Spirits Competition. More info
A 1970s bottling of Ian Macleod's 8 year old Isle of Skye blended Scotch whisky, made with proportions of Island and Speyside whisky. You can still find bottles of this blend today, though this… More info
Red Label was created by the Johnnie Walker company in 1909, this is a classic blended whiskies, a great mixer and back bar favourite. More info
A Magnum of Bell's Original, the UK's most popular blended whisky, with a focus on the malt of Blair Athol in Pitlochry. More info
What's all this awesomeness then? Why, it's is the first bottling from a new, delicious and educational brand of blended malts! As you move through the series from I, to II, to III, the proportion of… More info
An antique bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label, one of the most well known blended whiskies worldwide. Well preserved since it was produced in the 1970s, this would be an excellent piece in a spirits… More info
This 10 year old matured in refill sherry casks, with lots of dried fruit flavours coming through. This is a Traditional Speyside whisky, bottled under Gordon and MacPhail's own label. More info