Single Malt whisky is perhaps the most sought after variant when it comes to the world of whisky. It wasn’t until the 1980s that this category really took off, but once it did, there was no looking back. It has gone on to become without a doubt the largest and most popular branch of the whisky industry and today distilleries work tirelessly to create a great number of delightful and tasty single malt expressions to be released on the market. If you’re shopping for a gift for a whisky lover but aren’t sure what they like, you can’t go wrong with single malt.
Glenlivet Captain’s Reserve 2018 Release The Glenlivet Captain’s Reserve is a 2018 release whisky from the famous Speyside distillery inspired by Captain Bill Grant Smith, the grandson of the distillery’s founder. It has been finished in casks that previously housed Cognac resulting in a delicious and gentle dram that brings baked apples, brown sugar, sticky […]
This Tobermory 21 Year Old was distilled on Mull in 1995 and finished in a heavily peated ex-Islay single malt cask before being bottled by Hard to Find Whisky for their Casino Series.There are a total of four expressions in the series, with each individual bottle being numbered by a genuine casino chip. Only 117 […]
An exciting Caol Ila 6 Year Old that was distilled in 2010 on Islay and then bottled by French indie bottler, La Maison Du Whisky, in 2017. The bottle features beautiful artistic labeling and the liquid inside is equally as special. More from La Maison Du Whisky
This Macallan 20 Year Old was distilled in Speyside in 1990 before being matured in a hogshead cask until it was bottled by French indie bottler La Maison Du Whisky in 2015. The bottler has released a series of quality single cask single malts that feature artistic labeling and this bottle is one of them. […]
An exquisite Macallan 25 Year Old from excellent indie bottler Hunter Laing. This single malt whisky from one of Scotland’s most cherished distilleries was matured entirely in a single refill hogshead cask. If you want a premium single malt, you really can’t go wrong with this one. More from Hunter Laing
This Port Ellen 27 Year Old was distilled in 1983, the year the distillery closed. This Chess Series expression from Shinanoya is highly collectible but if you do decide to drink it, we’re sure you won’t regret it! More from Shinanoya More from Port Ellen