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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 rare as **** bottling of Cutty Sark from the 1970s. More info
Only yolking! We're afraid to say that the frankly astounding work of Dr Brian Cocks, may in fact have something to do with the fact it was announced on April Fools’ Day 2013.
Apologies, the… More info
You may well have cracked this one already but we are going to have to come clean here...
The sensational quackery of Dr Brian Cocks, may in fact have been a bit of Easter weekend 2013 April… More info
In case you hadn't cracked it yet - we will have to come clean here...
The extraordinary scientific breakthrough developed by Dr Brian Cocks, may have something to do with the fact it was… More info
This is a wonderfully retro-looking 1970s edition of the beloved Scotch blend Teachers Highland Cream, so named for its creamy character. Recent editions of the blend have earned 90 points in the Jim… More info
This is a bottle of the White Horse blended Scotch whisky from the 1970's. Please note: There is no statement of alcoholic strength on the bottle, however it is likely to be 40%abv. More info
This is a Bells porcelain decanter to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee. More info
Bells 8 year old blended whisky packaged in a collectable decanter to mark Christmas 1996. More info
A Bells Decanter released to celebrate the marriage of Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson in 1986. It is nearly empty but remains collectable. More info
A very special edition of Bells in a charming decanter to commemorate the Queen Mother's 90th Birthday. More info
A very collectable, incredibly rare Bells ceramic decanter, released to commemorate the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. More info
In Christmas of 2010, we ran a competition to celebrate Compass Box's 10th anniversary. The winners got to make their own whisky with a little help from John Glaser, Compass Box's master blender.… More info
A handsome decanter filled with Whyte and Mackay whisky. The decanter was made by Royal Doulton and it features the likeness of a snowy owl. There is a range of similar owl decanters, featuring a… More info
Christmas '93, oh it takes us back. This is a very handsome commemorative decanter, crafted from finest porcelain by Bells. It was released for Christmas 1993, when Mr Blobby topped the charts with… More info
Released by Bells to celebrate Christmas 1994, these decanters are increasingly popular amongst collectors. During Christmas 1994, East 17 were at the number one single spot, with the hit song "Stay… More info
Created by William Grant (owner of Balvenie and Glenfiddich), this blend includes whiskies aged for at least 12 years. This is very rare now! More info
A well--presented single malt from a secret Scottish distillery. This was matured in a refill sherry cask, and bottled by Gordon and MacPhail. More info
A blended whisky based around the flavoursome malts from the heart of Speyside. Lovely honeyed flavour. This 12 year old blend is named for Robbie Dhu, the springs in Dufftown where the Glenfiddich… More info
A turquoise porcelain decanter from Bells, containing 20 year old blended whisky. More info
A special millennium edition of Old St Andrews whisky. This comes bottled in a ceramic golf ball shaped decanter. More info
A rather unusual bottle from Old St Andrews. This is a 10 year old vatted malt, mostly from Speyside. It is bottled in a small barrel with a photograph of a group of 19th century coopers. More info
Named for the Isle of Mull, this is a blended whisky which was started during the 1870s. More info
Old Inverness is a blended whisky from Gordon and MacPhail. More info
A 12 year old vatted malt from Gordon and MacPhail, exhibiting the light, floral style of the Lowlands. More info
A vatted malt whisky from Gordon and MacPhail, this was distilled in 1950 and bottled as part of the Pride of Strathspey range. More info