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Choosing a gift for a loved one is never an easy task. Hours can be spent in malls and online stores waiting for inspiration to strike. But never fear, we’ve created this whisky gift guide and done all of your thinking for you, making your life a whole lot easier.

If your loved one has shown an appreciation for Scotch whisky, getting them their very on rare and exclusive bottle could be just what the doctor ordered.

If they are a proud collector, you’ll know the bottle you get them will be showcased on the shelf, its value rising as the years pass by. If not, you’ll be offering them the foundation of a fine whisky collection.

Sweet, smoky, spicy, or light and fruity? You name it, and we have it. Skim through our whisky gift guide and you’ll be sure to find something that will warm your loved ones’ hearts and keep them happy right up to fall.

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    One of four bottles in Hard to Find Whisky’s ‘Casino Series’. All four bottles in this series are Tobermory 21 Year Old single malts that have individually been finished in different cask types. This #Blackjack bottling was finished in a heavily peated ex-Islay cask that has resulted in lovely undertones of peat smoke throughout. These combine fantastically well with hints of citrus fruits, zest, butterscotch and freshly cut grass to create a well-balanced and generally delicious dram. Only 117 bottles of this cask strength single malt were produced. The ideal gift for any fan of Tobermory or Islay whisky.
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    One of four bottles in Hard to Find Whisky’s ‘Casino Series’. All four bottles in this series are Tobermory 21 Year Old single malts that have individually been finished in different cask types. This #Roulette bottling was finished in an ex-sherry cask, imparting subtle flavours of sherried fruits on the peated Tobermory spirit and adding an extra level of depth to an already complex and interesting whisky. Each bottle is numbered with a genuine casino chip and with only 145 bottles released, it’s a rare and collectible dram.
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    $354.99
    cask, resulting in a deep and rich whisky that has bags of flavour on offer. Tobacco leaves, smoky cigars, old leather and a range of winter fruits are the most apparent in this slightly oily dram. Duncan Taylor bottled this expression at a cask strength of 58.4% ABV and only 297 bottles were released, all specifically for the Japanese market, making this dram something of a rarity.
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    $409.99
    The Bunnahabhain distillery is famous for producing some of the lightest peated whisky on Islay. Their whiskies are typically smooth and fruity with hints of the sea and subtle undertones of peat that linger quietly in the background, adding depth but not taking over the entire experience. This 25 year old was matured in a hogshead cask for 25 years before being bottled by French bottler, La Maison Du Whisky for their ‘Artist’ series. Every bottle in the series featured beautiful artwork on the label that really makes them stand out from the crowd. Only 279 bottles of this single cask whisky were released, making it an amazing gift for someone that loves smooth and well-balanced rare whisky.
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    $449.99
    A limited edition sherry matured 21 Year Old Glenrothes that makes the perfect gift for the sherry-loving whisky collector. It is a fairly full-bodied dram that brings a whole array of intriguing notes to the table that will take several drams to dissect. This whisky was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2017 before being released specifically for the 2018 Osaka Whisky Fair in Japan. As this is a limited edition bottle only available in Japan, it is rare and hard to come by. A real delight.
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    $504.99
    The Bunnahabhain distillery on Islay is known for its lighter-peated spirit when compared to that of neighbouring distilleries. This has led it to become the perfect choice of for those that aren’t so keen on heavily peated spirit but would still like to get a taste of Islay whisky. This 27 Year Old was matured in a refill hogshead cask - it’s smooth with toffee, sticky dates, cut grass and a gentle sea breeze. It was bottle by Hunter Laing for their hugely popular Old & Rare label. Only 198 bottles of this fresh and honest cask strength whisky were created.
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    $544.99
    A fantastic Ben Nevis 19 Year Old single malt that was distilled in the Scottish Highlands in 1996 before being matured and then bottle by Japanese bottler, Three Rivers. The indie bottler has a reputation for selecting excellent casks of whisky and producing labels that feature outstanding Japanese artwork. Their releases really are beautiful on the inside and out and given that most of them are released specifically for the Japanese market, they’re hard to get your hands on.
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    This Ben Nevis 45 Year Old is the first release in the promising Scottish Folklore Series. It was matured in a single sherry cask for 45 years so it really is the perfect gift for someone that is in love with sherry cask whisky. It exhibits deep and rich flavours of sherried fruits, raisins, leather and a little pipe tobacco to name a few. As a full-bodied 45 year old whisky, expect big and powerful flavours for this one. With only 228 bottles released this Ben Nevis makes a unique and exciting gift for a loyal friend or loved one.
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    $1,199.99
    The Glenglassaugh distillery is one of the most picturesque in Scotland, situated in the Highland region, close to the border with Speyside. They have released a great number of wonderful single malt whiskies, some of which have taken home Gold Medals from International Spirits competitions. This 40 Year Old “The Hunter” edition was bottled and released by London based Woolf Sung after maturing in a single sherry cask. It brings bags of sherried fruits, dark chocolate and sticky dates alongside some beautiful Highland character. One of only 160 bottles.
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    $1,539.99
    This Strathisla whisky is a prime example of sherried whisky from a time before the “sherry-bomb” market boom. Distilled in 1963 and then matured for almost 40 years in one of the finest sherry casks available, this dram brings lots of big, rich flavours to the table that will work our nose, palate and mind. Gordon & MacPhail are masters of tasting, selecting and bottling only the finest casks available, so if you see their name on a bottle you can be sure it holds premium liquid inside. Due to this whisky’s age and popularity, it is becoming rarer by the day, making it an amazing gift for the collector or intrigued sherry lover.
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    As with almost all Macallan releases, the whisky inside this bottle is of premium quality, and we’re not just saying that, it really is outstanding. It was created at the Macallan distillery in 1990 before being hand-selected by Hunter Laing, one of Scotland’s most prominent bottlers, for their hugely popular “Old & Rare – A Platinum Selection” series. Both the distillery and the bottler have a reputation for only producing the best and this fine whisky definitely fits into that category. It was bottled at a cask strength of 50.3% and with only 212 bottles produced it’s as honest and rare a Macallan as you will find anywhere.
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    This collection of four Glen Grant bottlings is incredibly rare and extremely collectible, making it the perfect gift for any whisky connoisseur. The expressions were created in 1950, 1952, 1963 and 1965 and bottled around 1996, making the between 30 and 40 years old. They are fine examples of post war-time whisky from one of Speyside’s finest distilleries. The collection was bottled by George & JG Smith and each of them holds a little bit of history inside. It’s rare that you come but these bottles individually, never mind as a set.