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A popular following surrounds these bottles, in a similar way to the 1930s and 1940s George and JG Smith bottles. These are historic and very difficult to come by. All four bottles come with original boxes. In good condition with fill levels around mid-lower neck.
This delightful Aberfeldy 1966 was distilled in Speyside before being bottled by Gordon & MacPhail and released as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range, which is popular among collectors.
This excellent Aberfeldy 1978 was distilled in Speyside before being bottled in 2000 by Gordon & MacPhail and released as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range, which is popular among collectors.
Aberlour 21 Year is a Whisky Foundation Exclusive! From the ace Aberlour distillery comes a 21 year old single cask single malt, distilled in November 1994 and bottled in May 2016 after a Pedro Ximenez finish. It was bottled by The Maltman, with 282 bottles produced. No color added and no-chill filtered.
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 as the others. More from Adelphi.
This excellent Ardbeg 1973 was distilled on Islay before being bottled and released by Gordon & MacPhail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range in 2003.
This Ardbeg 1974 was distilled on Islay before being bottled and released by Gordon & MacPhail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range in 2003. Comes packaged in a card box.
An Ardbeg expression bottled by Gordon and Macphail for their Connoisseurs Choice range. Distilled in 1990 and bottled at 40.00% in 2001.
Ardbeg 12 Years, a rare bottling from Ardbeg and from Italian bottlers Silver Seal.
This Signatory bottling is everything that a bold, in-your-face Ardbeg should be. It starts with a colossal whack of peat on the nose, followed by a citrusy, fruitiness that gradually mellows into notes of herbs and spices. Then, as you take a sip, it hits you with another whack. Waves of salty peat crash against your palate, leaving behind deep, aromatic flavours of cardamom and curry. But the finish is what this whisky is all about. It’s long and bold and full-on. The peat is still making itself known, but now it’s also introducing vanilla and chocolate notes (from the time it spent in a first-fill bourbon cask for sixteen years) that give way to the peat again. It’s a real treat. And, because it was bottled at cask-strength, Signatory only produced 280 bottles. We’re lucky enough to have a few in our store, but if you want one, you’ll have to be quick.
Ardbeg 25 Year, a stunning old single cask Ardbeg bottled by Signatory in October 2016. This whisky was distilled in 1991 and has been matured for 25 years in a Refill Sherry Hogshead. Limited to just 279 bottles, this is a real collectors piece.

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 is the name under which famous Belgian single-malt enthusiast, Bert Bruyneel, releases his astonishing collection of whisky. They have had a lot of really successful releases from a number of distilleries across Scotland, but this one comes from the Highland distillery of Ardmore. It is a peated expression that delivers on the nose, palate and finish. A real rarity that we have managed to get hold of for our whisky fans around the world.

Founded in 2012, Gaiaflow is one of the younger whisky distribution and bottling companies in the Japanese market. Their selection is especially interesting, including exotic brands from places such as Sweden and India – countries not well known for producing whisky. This label depicts scenes from “The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido” and was specially […]


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!).

A single-malt from the Auchentoshan distillery in the Scottish Lowlands. This bottle is one of many that was released in partnership by The Whisky Agency and Japanese indie bottlers, Three Rivers. Their joint releases have been well received and this Auchentoshan 21 Year Old is just as delightful as the rest.
This rum is distilled in Marie-Galante or specifically known as the "Distillerie Bellevue". Beautiful Sight is what Bellevue means. It is a small island and a part of Guadeloupe, rum from this island is not as well known compared to the rum from Martinique. Distilleries in Guadeloupe is the opposite of Martinique which is the typical small family-owned distilleries.
A Ben Nevis 19 Year Old that was bottled by Three Rivers, a successful and intriguing Japanese indie bottler. Ben Nevis are no strangers to having their whisky released by indie bottlers and the vast majority have been a resounding success. This one is harder to get your hands on than most but we managed to grab a few for our fans around the world.
A Bowmore 23 Year Old by Three Rivers Japanese indie bottling company that has a rather artistic and interesting label that made us fall in love with it before we had even tried the spirit inside. Three Rivers whisky like this one are increasingly hard to come by but we managed to get our hands on some so that you could too. Hopefully you'll love it as much as we do.

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 […]