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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 great gift for any Johnnie Walker Red label fan. Each set contains a bottle of the classic, deliciously malty blend, with a pair of very sturdy, handsome whisky tumblers emblazoned with the… More info
A vatted malt from Jon, Mark and Robbo. The Smokey Peaty One has a strong focus on malts from the Islands, components include: Caol Ila, Bunnahabhain, Highland Park, Ledaig, Bowmore and Laphroaig. More info
A very old litre bottle of Dimple from the 1960s, this fine blend, which uses a high proportion of malt, is bottled at a lower than normal 35% abv. More info
A whole litre of Dimple from the 70s, the heyday of sideburns and Leeds United. A great blend that's stood the test of time, this bottle is in great condition. More info
A "Pure Malt" from Bells. The Special Reserve is a blended of single malt whiskies, each aged for at least 8 years. More info
A premium 40 year old expression from Hankey Bannister. This is part of a limited release of 1,917 bottles. This was released to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the brand.
In fact, this was… More info
A handsome Bells decanter, filled with Bells whisky. More info
This new addition to the Famous Grouse covey is extremely rare--we had the privilege of being one of only six people in the world to sample it before its release. This delightful blend includes… More info
This is a auction piece with slight wear to box. Tan coloured porcelain Bells decanter. More info
Whisky Galore is a 10 year old blended malt with whisky from each of the main whisky regions in Scotland. Approachable and easy going. More info
Incredibly rare blended whisky from one of Scotland's oldest brands! This whisky is at 70 UK proof (the old method of measuring the alcoholic content of a spirit which was stopped in 1980 - 70 proof… More info
A 50 year old single malt whisky from Gordon and MacPhail. This was bottled under their Pride of Strathspey range of Speyside whiskies. The malt whisky in this is over 50 years of age. More info
A Christmas Porcelain decanter from Bells, bottled for Christmas 1995. More info
A litre bottle of Bells, the UK's favourite blended whisky. This is a rich, nutty blend based around the malt whisky from Blair Athol. More info
A bottle of the famous white horse blend, dating from the 1960s or early 1970s. It's bottled at 35% abv and still shows the volume in fluid Ozs. More info
A Lowland whisky from a secret distillery. More info
This is an antique bottling of Bell's Special Blended Scotch Whisky in a 1.5 litre bottle. Potentially from the 1990s. More info
This porcelain Bell's Decanter is charmingly presented in white and blue and commemorates the birth of Princess Eugenie.
*Please note this Decanter does not have a box.* 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
This decanter of Haig's deluxe blended Scotch whisky, Dimple, was released to commemorate the Commonwealth Games Scotland of 1986. More info
A premium 18 year old blend from Johnnie Walker, Gold Label is a fruity, rich whisky with the Highland malt Clynelish at its heart. Jim Murray awarded this 96 points. More info
A Dimple from the 80s. A great blend that's stood the test of time, Dimple uses a higher than average proportion of malt in its blend. Comes complete with a box, and it's all in very fine condition. More info
This is a set of three sizes of the Bell's Specially Selected Decanter.
*Please note that these are empty.* More info
This is a Bell's Decanter made with Wade Porcelain, a great addition to a Bell's Decanter collection. More info
Bell's, the UK's most popular blend, presented in a large blue decanter. More info