Raise a dram to Dad this Fathers Day

Tormore 1997 Looking for the perfect gift this Father’s Day? Leading whisky specialist Gordon and MacPhail have a present for everyone. With a range of whiskies covering all flavour profiles, and an exceptional collection of Rare Vintage single malts to commemorate a special year in your dad’s life, there’s something to suit every palate on Sunday 19 June.

For the lover of the unique

In the mid-1960s Gordon & MacPhail launched ‘Connoisseurs Choice’, a ground-breaking range of whiskies which, until this time, would not have been available as single malts. Today Connoisseurs Choice retains this distinctive nature, providing a range of high quality single malts from distilleries throughout Scotland, including the below.

For those with a love of peated single malts, Connoisseurs Choice Ledaig 1999 is the perfect gift. Matured in refill remade Hogsheads casks, this whisky offers sweet cured meat and stewed apple, lemon and lime citrus aromas, with a delicate menthol note developing. Peppery flavours with ripe banana, orange and mango are complemented by a milk chocolate edge, which gives way to a long and lingering finish. Connoisseurs Choice Ledaig 1999 is available to purchase in the UK at an RRP of around £65.00.

Connoisseurs Choice Tormore 1997, a pale gold Speyside dram, is the ideal choice for dads who like something a little bit different. Sweet and fruity with hints of toffee, green apple and subtle vanilla notes on the nose, the whisky offers sweet and peppery flavours followed by tropical fruit, with a hint of honey sweetness. With a long and creamy finish, Connoisseurs Choice Tormore 1997 is available to purchase in the UK at an RRP of around £65.00.

If your dad prefers a sweeter dram, then why not share Connoisseurs Choice Tomatin 1997 this Father’s Day? Pale gold in colour, aromas of sweet vanilla mix with banana, pineapple and lime, as a delicate floral edge develops. Sweet and creamy on the tongue, the whisky is ripe with banana, orange zest and milk chocolate flavours, with a balanced and creamy finish. Connoisseurs Choice Tomatin 1997 is available to purchase in the UK at an RRP of around £70.00.

For the special man in your life

Gift the man in your life with something exceptional this Father’s Day by presenting him with a bottle of Gordon & MacPhail Rare Vintage. With a selection of single malts spanning from 1936 to 1983, it’s the perfect range of whiskies for those looking to mark a milestone with an extra-special present.

Celebrate the year he became a dad with a bottle of Rare Vintage Strathisla 1967, a remarkable whisky which recently won a gold medal at the world renowned International Spirits Challenge. A dark amber Speyside dram, it offers rich fruit cake notes with hints of stewed prunes, mixed spice, and a touch of milk chocolate sweetness. A gentle and warming dram to taste, menthol freshness gives way to a sherried edge, a touch of chilli spices, and creamy, fruity influences. A rich and smooth after dinner dram, Rare Vintage Strathisla 1967 is available to purchase in the UK at an RRP of £620.

Commemorate the year he was born and share a dram of Rare Vintage Mortlach 1954. A full bodied Speyside dram, rich sherry influences mix with dried fruits, bees wax and a subtle fresh peppermint edge on the nose. Initially spicy on the palate, the whisky offers tropical fruit and cocoa flavours and a creamy finish. Rare Vintage Mortlach 1954 is available to purchase in the UK at an RRP of £1,850.

If you like the idea of gifting a vintage bottle of Malt Whisky to celebrate the above milestones Gordon & MacPhail offers an unrivalled range. Please speak to your Specialist Retailer or email us for assistance.

For further information and stockist details please visit the Gordon & MacPhail website at www.gordonandmacphail.com.

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