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Single Malts of Scotland Whisky

Single Malts of Scotland Whisky

Over the years, we have been acquiring top quality casks of maturing single malt whisky and have since 2005, been releasing these whiskies as ‘The Single Malts of Scotland’ a range of superb vintage single malt Scotch whiskies individually selected for their individual quality & character from the six main producing regions of Scotland.

Each cask is bottled as a single cask or as part of a small batch either at cask strength or 46% and to ensure each Whisky maintains its original flavour and cask character, we do not chill-filter or add colour.

With each new bottling, ‘The Single Malts of Scotland’ range expands and our reputation for bottling high quality whiskies with their own individual style and character has continued to grow.

While differing from the distillers’ own bottlings, we are proud that some of our whiskies have won awards and are receiving critical acclaim from the World’s leading Whisky experts. At the independent ‘Malt Maniacs Awards 2007’ Glen Grant 1972 34 year old received a Gold Medal while Caol Ila 1991 16 year old took the ‘Supreme Bourbon Cask Award’ in the Daily Dram category.

In addition, Highland Park 1990 16 year old won the Gold Medal for ‘Island (Non-Islay) Whisky aged 13-18 years’ in Whisky Magazine’s Independent Bottler’s Challenge, Rosebank 1991 16 year old took second place in the Lowlands 13-18 year old category and Springbank 1993 13 year old took Silver medal in the Mainland 13 – 18 year old category at the same awards.

From time to time, we discover casks of rare aged Single Malt Scotch Whisky with an individual quality and character that only ageing in oak casks over many years can achieve.

The Single Malts of Scotland ‘ANNIVERSARY SELECTION’ is a range of rare, old Single Malt Scotch Whiskies that showcase age with a particular focus on anniversary ages such as 25, 30, 40 & 50 years old.

With such aged casks becoming increasingly difficult to find, each Whisky can be considered to be unique and therefore is unlikely ever to be repeated.