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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.
Take a walk through time with this collectible bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label, produced in the 1980s and in great condition. Get it? "Walk through time"? We thought it was pretty clever too... More info
A simple, easy to drink blend from the Grant's brand, made to appeal to a wider audience of whisky drinkers. Despite this, the Signature remains rather flavoursome with malty, creamy notes of honey… More info
Teacher's Highland Cream has long been a staple of the blended whisky world - and it continues to be rather popular to this day. We think that this antique bottle right here was produced back in the… More info
Famous Famous Grouse blended whisky, only this is an old bottling dating from the 1970s!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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William Grant's Ghosted Reserve 26 Year Old is a blended malt Scotch whisky featuring whisky from two closed distilleries - Ladyburn and Inverleven. Both distilleries have been silent for quite a… More info
Reference Series II, as well as being an excellent blended malt in its own right, is the second of three 'control' whiskies that increase in average age and complexity. Each of these three initial… More info
The 18 year old Isle of Skye blended Scotch whisky from Ian Macleod continues the series (which features an 8 Year Old, a 12 Year Old and a 21 Year Old) in similar style - a fabulous blend built… More info
Rather large Red Label from the 1970s! This bottle of Johnnie Walker's classic blended Scotch whisky would make an excellent piece in any antique whisky collection. More info
An incredible blended malt. And that's not all! It's also the third and final 'control' whisky in the fascinating Reference Series, where extensions (III.1, III.2 etc.) then showcase different… More info
A 1 litre bottling of Vat 69 blended Scotch whisky, which we believe to have been produced back in the 1970s. A rare and collectible piece from the beloved brand. More info
Immortal Memory is a blended whisky from Gordon and MacPhail. More info
A half bottle of the incredibly popular blend, Bells Original. A spicy, clean blend with good balance. More info
A blended whisky named for Ben Alder, the highest mountain between Loch Ericht and Glen Spean. It stands at an impressive 1148m. More info
The classic, the back-bar staple, the old favourite, Johnnie Walker Red Label. If you're a fan of the ol' Red Label, why not take a peek into its history with an antique bottle of it, produced over… More info
A half bottle of Whyte and Mackay Special, a classic blended whisky. More info
This Bell's decanter was produced to commemorate the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981. Naturally this is a great addition to a collection of Bell's decanters. More info
This is a 12 year old blended Scotch whisky from the Dewars company. It's quite a rare bottling too, being bottled in the 1970s!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Johnnie Walker 12 Year Old Black Label from post 1999. More info
Blairmhor is an 8 year old blend of around 20 different single malts, mostly from Speyside. More info
This new premium blend from Grant's is made up (appropriately enough) of 25 different whiskies each of which is at least 25 years old. Some are older still, for example whisky from Ladyburn… More info
"Caution contains e150a" reads the label. Yes, the .3 extensions to the Reference Series look at the issue of adding spirit caramel to whisky to artificially change the colour, something that is… More info
It's here, the very first extension to the Reference Series, allowing direct comparison back to one of three 'control' whiskies. Yes, this is I.1, comprising of the same whiskies in the same… More info
The Reference Series is a fantastic way to consider some of the processes behind the many delicious and fascinating whiskies that are out there. I.2 sees the introduction of 10% heavily peated single… More info
Dewar's introduced modern screw caps (as this bottle has) in the early 1960s. It's thought that this antique 75cl bottle of classic blended Scotch whisky dates from this decade. More info
This is the second release in the John Walker & Sons Private Collection, a series of releases using the extensive Johnnie Walker stocks to create exciting, expressive blends. For the 2015 edition,… More info