For the third year running Jura have released a Tastival bottling to celebrate the Jura Tastival which coincides with the Feis Ile on neighbouring Islay.
A 19 year old single cask Caol Ila from Douglas Laings Old Particular range, err yes please.
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society yet again have a special edition for Feis Ile with this 127.44 Cantina Mexicana from an Islay distillery.
Another single cask Highland Park this is from the Douglas Laing XOP range, a 21 year old from what looks again to be ex-bourbon which really works for me.
Another The Whisky Exchange Exclusive this time a Highland Park 16 year old bottled on their behalf by Gordon and MacPhail.
This is another bottle from the Hunter Laing Hepburns Choice 20cl range, a range of young, age statement, whiskies.
This bottle is part of the Hunter Laing Hepburns Choice 20cl range, which is a range of young, age statement, whiskies.
So the That Boutiquey Whisky Company drams now all have age statements so let's start by giving this Invergordon 42 year a whirl.
More from the Gordon and MacPhail Wood Makes the Whisky campaign this time a 1997 Tomatin from the Connoisseurs Choice range this is one I was really looking forward to trying.
A first fill sherry cask Aberlour exclusive to The Whisky Exchange, that just sounds like a great idea to me.
I was lucky enough recently to win a place on this anCnoc Vintages tweet tasting, I've been lucky enough to have tasted the anCnoc 2000 vintage previously but this 2001 and the 1999 are new to me.
I was lucky enough recently to win a place on this anCnoc Vintages tweet tasting, I've been lucky enough to have tasted the anCnoc 2000 vintage previously but this 1999 and the 2001 are new to me.
Yet another from the Gordon and MacPhail Wood Makes the Whisky campaign is this 1997 Tormore, a distillery I've not spent a huge amount of time with in the past.
A fabulous PX cask Tomatin single cask bottled for Bresser and Timmer in the Netherlands
So the That Boutiquey Whisky Company drams now all have age statements and this, now sold out, Macallan 25 year old is one of the first to feature the age statement.
Yet another from the Gordon and MacPhail Wood Makes the Whisky campaign is this 1997 Benriach from the connoisseurs choice range, and ex bourbon cask matured so very much up my street.
Benrinnes is pretty much one of my bogey distilleries having absolutely hated this dram which pretty much put me off sherried whiskies entirely.
Over the years I've made no bones of hiding my love for the Lowland distillery Rosebank, closed a few years after i turned 18 this triple distilled Lowland lady still holds strings on my heart.
Recently announced by Douglas Laing and Co is the 5th addition to their Remarkable Regional malts range of blended malts.
Hoebeg is a single malt from an unnamed Islay distillery and is bottled by Robert Graham, a small independent bottler and retailer with shops in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cambridge and London.