Cask Strength Collection
New Aberlour Single Cask Whisky! This brand new release from the Aberlour Distillery is a single cask offering that was matured in an ex-bourbon barrel. It’s a light and fruity Speyside dram that has been released for the Asian market, making it hard to get your hands on anywhere else, except here at Whisky Foundation. […]
New Aberlour Single Cask Whisky! This brand new release from the Aberlour Distillery is a single cask offering that was matured in a first fill sherry butt for 19 years. It’s a sweet and fruity Speyside dram that has been released for the Asian market, making it hard to get your hands on anywhere else, […]
A wonderful collection of three single malt whiskies and one single grain whisky from Adelphi that make up part of their Nightcap series. The whiskies inside are: Ardmore 15 Year Old (2000), Cambus 27 Year Old (1988), Longmorn 23 Year Old (1992) and a Bunnahabhain 10 Year Old (2005). Each of these whiskies is delightful […]
This exhilarating Ardbeg from Or Sileis was distilled on Islay in 1999 and matured for around 20 years before bottling in 2019. It is a single cask whisky that features beautiful label design and comes in a stunning black wooden box that doubles as a display case. With only 188 bottles produced, this limited edition […]
This Ardbeg 22 Year Old is the final release in the popular Twenty Something series. The whisky in this bottle was created at a time when the distillery’s future was uncertain, with still producing tiny amounts of spirit thanks to a huge drop in demand. A few young whisky enthusiasts were determined to keep Ardbeg […]
This Ardbeg 23 Year Old was released in late 2017 as part of the popular Twenty Something series. This amazing expression was matured in ex-bourbon and ex-Oloroso sherry casks and it brings an array of complex and fresh notes to your nose and palate, all backed up by a good helping of that famous Islay […]
New Addition to the Arran Distillery’s Core Range! This Arran 21 Year Old is the newest addition to the distillery’s wonderful core range. Much like their other whiskies, this expression has taken a great deal of time and mastery to create and it’s one that fans of Island whisky should not miss out on. It’s […]
This Arran Sauternes Cask whisky is a fantastic expression from the popular island based distillery. It makes up part of the “Cask Finish” series, having been matured in casks that previously held a sweet variety of Bordeaux wine. Honeyed almonds, citrus zest, Seville oranges and a very subtle saltiness dance on your nose and palate […]
This stunning ‘The Exciseman’ expression is the third volume of the Arran Smugglers Series, created at the popular island distillery. It was matured in ex-bourbon quarter casks and Madeira casks. The distillery chose Madeira casks in honour of the illicit distillers who were creating whisky over a hundred years ago on Arran, sourcing their casks […]
Asta Morris is a label under which former Belgian Malt Maniac Bert Bruyneel bottles his excellent cask selection. This particular Asta Morris whisky is from Glen Moray. It is a 10 year old “Kanagawa (upland seascape)” single malt release with only 370 bottles ever released.
Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Bottled by Asta Morris in Scotland for Gaiaflow. A Japan release only – but we’ve managed to grab a few bottles for Whisky Foundation customers around the world!
Asta Morris 23 Year Old, from the Blair Athol distillery in Scotland. Need we say more? This is wonderful stuff that any collector of Asta Morris should have in their drinking cabinet! Bottled for Gaia Flow for Japan only release (but we’ve managed to nab some for our whisky drinkers around the world!).
This beautiful single cask Balblair 1996, from Cask 22, was initially matured in bourbon casks before being transferred to a first-fill Spanish oak butt for a further two years before being bottled in 2018. Rich and fruity with notes of cinnamon, figs, black liquorice and subtle pepper, it’s a truly enjoyable dram. With only 669 […]
The Sweet Toast of American Oak has been carefully matured in hand-crafted and specially charred oak barrels that bring a fantastic vanilla sweetness to the exceptional whisky. It has been aged for 12 years, making it smooth, rounded and incredibly complex.
The Week of Peat is a stunning 14 Year Old whisky that was created in the one week of the year that the distillery produce peated spirit. Expect citrus fruits, gentle spices and sweet malt to combine with aromas and flavours of peat that build in the background.
This Balvenie 14 Year Old Peated Triple Cask is a delicious expression carefully crafted by the experts at the popular Speyside distillery. They started experimenting with peated whisky in the early 2000s, and in 2002 Balvenie started their tradition of dedicating one week of every year to distilling whisky with 100% peated barley only. This […]
This Ben Nevis 10 Year Old Cask Strength Batch No.1 is an exciting limited edition from the Highland distillery that was matured in first-fill bourbon, sherry and wine casks, resulting in a complex yet balanced array of notes that will take you several drams to fully explore. Expect caramel, coffee, chocolate raisins, red berries and […]
An exciting Ben Nevis 22 Year Old that was matured in a single cask and bottled by indie bottle Archives. Matured in a single bourbon cask, it brings rich fruit together with vanilla, citrus flavours and subtle and delicious spices. Numbers of this one are highly limited so get your hands on it while you […]
About Ben Nevis Distillery The Ben Nevis distillery is nestled amongst the munros and corbetts of the Scottish Highlands, at the foot of the tallest mountain in the British Isles. It was here, forty five long years ago, that the heart of a clear spirit was collected from the copper stills and left to mature […]
A 1995 Benriach, bottled by Whisk-E for the Whisky Live Tokyo 2014 exhibition. Cask Strength, natural colour, non-chill-filtered. Benriach is a distillery firmly on the up after an unusual and occasionally difficult past. The distillery was built just a stone’s throw from Longmorn by the latter’s owner, John Duff, in 1898 – just months before […]