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Set in a perfect teardrop shape, this 70-year-old offering from Glenlivet may just inspire a few joyous tears of its own.
At 57 years old, this is the oldest single malt in the Lalique range and is representative of the classic partnership between the distillery and the French crystal company.
While Ardmore remains one of Speyside's most underrated distilleries despite its production levels, this single malt does not disappoint.
With just 30 decanters ever produced of this beautifully crafted single malt, it may as well be bottled moonbeams, fashioned from the goddess it was named for.
This fantastic book takes the reader through the world of whisky flavours using a unique style of classification system.
Using this process of analysis each whisky is broken into distilleries and
At a modest 40 per cent abv, this single malt is an easy pour for newcomers to whisky but nevertheless remains enjoyable for more seasoned veterans.
From 1976 this Ardbeg 'Manager's Choice' comes from a single sherry cask. It was chosen by Stuart Thomson and bought to market in 1999. The whisky was received with enthusiasm at that time. In many
Part of the "Fine & Rare" series by Macallan, this is a fine offering in the range that showcases the distillery's esteemed heritage.