An inventory is nothing without a good showing of Scotland’s best. Representing the single malt clans of Laphroaig, Bowmore, Auchentoshan, Ardmore and beyond.
Distilled differently and then rested in a combination of bourbon and sherry barrels for 12 whole Glaswegian years.
Triple distilled and then aged exclusively in the finest first fill bourbon barrels for a rich coconut and vanilla flavour profile.
Auchentoshan American Oak
As the name suggests, three distillations and three woods. Finished in Pedro-Ximinez barrels to give a delicious rum and raisin finish.
Auchentoshan Three Wood
Salted lemon curd and a smoky tang define this Islay classic. But don’t just take our word for it.
A 12 year old Bowmore that’s finished for an additional 3 years in dripping wet Oloroso sherry casks.
Bowmore 15yo ‘Darkest’
With smoky dark chocolate truffle cues, this is one of the most complex whiskies in production.
The purest definition of Laphroaig; 10 years ageing in ex-Maker’s Mark barrels adds vanilla to the heavy maritime characters of this whisky.
30 long years by the sea has done some incredibly beautiful things to this spirit. Well worth the wait.
A very special Laphroaig, it’s finished in small quarter casks for a denser flavour profile.
Laphroaig Quarter Cask
The richest of the rich; Whiskies from 7 to 21 years old are used to create this amazing Laphroaig.
Matured using a combination of barrels, blended and then finished in virgin American oak casks, this is one of the most approachable Laphroaigs ever.
Laphroaig Select Cask
A final maturation in old European oak barrels gives this Laphroaig a darker, more brooding personality.
Laphroaig Triple Wood
An old fashioned style of Highland Single Malt that mixes peated and un-peated malt to create a campfire and toasted marshmallow edge. It’s also the heart of the very successful Teacher’s Blend.
The Ardmore Legacy