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The archive

Welcome to our whisky archive. The whiskies you will find here have sadly sold out but they remain here as a memento of their unique taste.

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Lady of The Glen

The Speyside Distillery 20 year old Single Malt

20 years - Distilled June 1996

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 54.3% alcohol
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 108

Bourbon Cask, number 44, was distilled in June 1996 and bottled in August 2016.

The 20 year old cask produced a natural cask strength of 54.3% alcohol and we elected to bottle just 108 bottles, non-chill filtered with no colourings.

A limited Edition 108 bottle release - each uniquely glass etched bottle has been numbered.

About the distillery

The Speyside distillery was founded near Kingussie in 1956 within the Cairngorm Mountains of Northern Speyside. Although the distillery was built in the modern era and represents one of Scotland’s newest distilleries they use traditional Whisky production practices and the distillery itself can only produce a relatively small amount of Whisky on a yearly basis.  Taking its water from The Tromie river, the distillery is the closest distillery to the famous River Spey’s headwaters, where so many of Speyside’s plentiful distilleries take their water from.

The story of the cask

This was originally a forgotten Bourbon Cask which previously made headlines as part of a fraud investigation in 2004.

In the late 1990s a Wine Merchant promoted the sale of “Grandtully Distillery” casks to members of the public.  The name was meant to provide links to local distillery history but Grandtully Distillery never existed – it was a brass-plate address.  The casks were sold on the claim that Grandtully Whisky was highly sought after and that there was shortage of Single Malt Whisky.  The Serious Fraud office got involved and the fraudster in charge of the Wine Merchant was brought to justice while the casks remained in the ownership of the private buyers, maturing in a warehouse in Speyside.  The court case was recently settled at Southwark Crown Court and the casks, now around 20 years old, were free to be sold on.  After sitting in a warehouse since the mid 1990s, and largely forgotten about, this cask came to us through a private seller and has matured beautifully. 

This light desert dram is an intriguing olive gold colour. 

Nose – fresh and fruity with hints of buttery shortbread

Palate – Sweet vanilla with honey melon and toffee

Finish – a long lingering finish of lemon cheesecake

Price includes compliementary delivery in the UK

Lady of The Glen

The Speyside Distillery 22 year old Single Malt

22 years - Distilled April 1994

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 61.3% alcohol
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 192

Sherry Butt, number 22, was distilled in April 1994 and bottled in August 2016.

The 22 year old Butt produced a natural cask strength of 61.3% alcohol and we elected to bottle just 192 bottles, non-chill filtered with no colourings.

A limited Edition 192 bottle release - each uniquely glass etched bottle has been numbered.

 

About the distillery

The Speyside distillery was founded near Kingussie in 1956 within the Cairngorm Mountains of Northern Speyside. Although the distillery was built in the modern era and represents one of Scotland’s newest distilleries they use traditional Whisky production practices and the distillery itself can only produce a relatively small amount of Whisky on a yearly basis.  Taking its water from The Tromie river, the distillery is the closest distillery to the famous River Spey’s headwaters, where so many of Speyside’s plentiful distilleries take their water from.

We are proud to be releasing an exceptionally special cask that’s the darkest Lady of the Glen yet!

This is definitely a comfort Whisky which is both rich and indulgent. Presenting a dark ale colour only ever present in rare first fill Sherry Casks.

Nose – Sumptuous rum raisin ice cream with chocolate strawberry notes

Palate – A black forest blend of fruits containing raspberries, blueberries and blackberries.  

Finish – A sweet dark cherry finish

Price includes compliementary delivery in the UK. Worldwide delivery will cost an additional £30 per order.

Lady of The Glen

Auchentoshan 20 year old Single Malt

20 year - Distilled 14 Dec 1995

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 52.6% Vol
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 100

Barrel number 654 was distilled on the 14th December 1995 and bottled in May 2016.

The 20 year old refill-Sherry cask produced a cask strength of 52.6% alc and we elected to bottle just 100 bottles.

Presented in the unique Lady of the Glen pouch each glass etched bottle is individually numbered from 1 to 100.

Tasting notes

A light bodied, honey hue Single Malt 

Nose - Amareto biscuit with vanilla and marzipan

Taste - Traditional Scottish fruit loaf or 'clootie dumpling', cinnamon and light muscovado sugar

After taste - A gentle sweet aftertaste of almonds with a fresh fruity finish

About the distillery

Rumoured to have illicit roots dating back to 1800 she was officially founded in 1825. One of only a few distilleries sited within the Lowland region with its barley rich fields, gentle hills and pure water. Her name is drawn from the Gaelic corner of the field and the water source Loch Cochno. 

Enjoy complimentary delivery and delivery to anywhere outside the UK will cost an additional £20.00. Your bottle will also include a sample of another Lady of the Glen release.

Lady of The Glen

Aultmore 23 year old Single Malt

23 years - Distilled May 14 1992

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 51.1%
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 130

Bourbon barrel, number 3499, was distilled on the 14th May 1992 and bottled in May 2016. Sold out July 2016

The 23 year old cask produced natural cask strength of 51.1% alc and we elected to bottle just 130 bottles, non –chill filtered with no colourings.

A Limited Edition 130 bottle release - each uniquely glass etched bottle has been numbered 

 

About the distillery

The obscure distillery of Aultmore takes her name from the Gaelic ‘big burn’ in reference to the burn that runs near the distillery. Sitting above Keith, she lies surrounded by dense fog in the wonderfully natural and idyllic terrain of Northern Speyside.

Aultmore was constructed over a century ago in 1895 by Benrinnes-owner Alexander Edward although the first spirit was distilled in 1897, the same year Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published and the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee!

Unfortunately Aultmore failed to escape the ruin of the infamous Pattison Crisis which brought the industry to its knees and resulted in the closure of many of Scotland’s distilleries. Closed until 1903 the distillery was forced into silence again when Britain halted distilling in the War years of 1914 to 1918, as it similarly did from 1795 to 1797 which impacted Tobermory, in order to avoid using grain that would be better used in the war effort. The distillery resumed activity under new ownership in 1923.

Under her current owners Aultmore has not enjoyed the notoriety she deserves as she has mainly been used in blends, with that in mind a rare single cask release of Aultmore carries a prestigious weight of intrigue.

 

Enjoy complimentary delivery and delivery to anywhere outside the UK will cost an additional £20.00. Your bottle will also include a sample of another Lady of the Glen release.

Lady of The Glen

Braes of Glenlivet 20 year old Single Malt 70cl

20 years - Distilled 1994

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 47.7%
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 163

As soon as this Braeval enters the glass, deep fruits and heavy aromas of butterscotch flood the senses to release a delicate floral bouquet. The bold fruits stand proudly on the palate with sweet spices supporting. A delightfully thick, mouth coating malt that lingers on the palate delightfully. Distilled 20th December 1994 and bottled September 2015. Cask number 165691 was aged in bourbon barrel for for 20 years and retains a natural cask strength of 47.7%. The cask yielded a tiny 163 bottles.

Presented in the unique Lady of the Glen pouch each glass etched bottle is individually glass etched and numbered.

(n) Deep charred fruits, obvious butterscotch & vanilla. Floral notes underneath.

(p) Thick, full and mouth coating. Christmas cake richness with heavy fruits and sweet spice.

About the distillery

The slightly obscure Southern Speyside distillery also known as Braeval, was founded relatively recently in 1973. It is Scotland's highest distillery sitting at an altitude of 350m and occupies a spot near the Glenlivet distillery, which to avoid confusion was the reason the distillery was renamed Braeva in 1994l.

The water source for the distillery is Preenie & Kate’s Well

Lady of The Glen

Tormore Single Malt 19 year old 70cl

19 - Distilled September 1995

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 53.1
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 249
  • Cask
    - Bourbon Hogshead #20279

Enjoy creamy toffee apple aroma supported vanilla. Apples become apparent on the palate with stewed fruits and sweet spice. The creamy sweet caramel coats the palate. Uniquely glass numbered and etched bottles presented in the bespoke Lady of the Glen Whisky pouch.

 

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY

Sitting in the naturally idyllic Cromdale hills sits Tormore distillery. The distillery’s iconic B-listed buildings were designed by Sir Albert Richardson of the Royal Academy and uses water from the local Achvochkie Burn.

 

ABOUT THE CASK

Our bourbon cask was filled with spirit distilled 13th September 1995 and bottled September 2015. The Cask number was #20279 and the confirmed age was 19 year old. Our cask yielded 249 bottles was bottled at cask strength 53.1% alc with no colourings or chill-filtering. The bottles are uniquely numbered and glass etched.

 

TASTING

Our tasting revealed creamy toffee apple aroma supported vanilla. Apples become apparent on the palate with stewed fruits and sweet spice. The creamy sweet caramel coats the palate.

Your uniquely numbered bottle is presented in the Lady of the Glen bespoke gift bag and delivery is included in the price

Lady of The Glen

Tobermory 20 Year Old Single Malt 70cl

20 years - Distilled July 1995

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 56.2%
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 259

Tart rum and raison ice cream on the nose. Salted caramel with nuttiness and spicy chili on the palate. A lingering salty aftertaste with spice. Distilled July 1995 and aged in Bourbon Hogs Head cask for 20 years. Cask number #1237  yielded 265 bottles at a natural cask strength of 56.6% alc.

 

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY

Founded in 1798 on the largest Island on the Inner Hebrides, the unspoiled Isle of Mull. The water source remains the Mishnish Lochs.

 

ABOUT THE CASK

Distilled July 1995 and aged in Bourbon Hogs Head cask for 20 years. Cask number #1237 yielded 265 bottles at a natural cask strength of 56.6% alc. This was non-chill filtered and no colourings were added.

 

TASTING NOTES

Tart rum and raison ice cream on the nose. Salted caramel with nuttiness and spicy chili on the palate. A lingering salty aftertaste with spice.

 

Your uniquely numbered bottle is presented in the Lady of the Glen bespoke gift bag and delivery is included in the price

Released 4th December 2015

 

Lady of The Glen

Miltonduff 19 Year Old Single Malt 70cl

19 years - Distilled August 1995

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 51.4%alc
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 177

A bright start for the Miltonduff, presenting pineapple and a light ashy bouquet. A single cask release from this historic Speyside distillery. Distilled August 1995 and aged for 19 years. The cask yielded 177 bottles which were bottled at cask strength, 51.4%alc this time

 

About the distillery

The historic distillery has roots dating back to 1236 and the time of the Pluscarden Abbey although it was officially founded in 1824 by Robert Bain and Andrew Peary. The use of the term ‘official’ is important because the distillery was rumoured to be an illegal distillery which carried the name Milton and as fate would have it the Catholic Church briefly owned part of Miltonduff, specifically the local parish in Elgin was bequeathed a share of the ownership of the distillery in 1900 although their share of stock was sold shortly after. The addition of Duff to the Milton name comes from the family who owned the land the distillery was founded on.

Located near Elgin within Speyside, the water source is the Black Burn that flows from the Abbey’s old springs. At one point the distillery was the biggest distillery in Allied Distillers ltd range and it served as ‘Technical Centre’, where it housed an engineering centre and laboratory. The investment continued after the Allied Spirits ltd was taken over by Pernod Ricard as the distillery was used for the dark grain spirits plant – which turns the by-product of Whisky (grains) into animal feed.

 

About the cask

A bourbon cask aged for 19 years. The spirit was distilled in August in 1995 and bottled only in September 2015. The cask yielded 177 bottles which were bottled at cask strength, that being 51.4%alc this time. There was non-chill filtering or any other additives. The bottles for the Miltonduff release are all uniquely etched with a bottle number and we have continued our unique bottle design using glass etching which allows for the golden spirit to be the centre of attention. Your bottle will be especially presented in our unique Bespoke Ateiler Whisky Pouch

 

Our tasting experience revealed a bright start for the Miltonduff, presenting pineapple and a light ashy bouquet. On second inspection we are greeted with more citrus with a herbaceous grassy aroma shining through. The palate is fresh and bright, a chorus of soft sweet vanilla and cracked pepper rolls through to a malty grassy finish.

 

Includes complimentary delivery anywhere in the UK or an additional charge of £20.00 for orders outside the UK. Every order also includes a complimentary sample of another Lady of the Glen release

Lady of The Glen

Glen Keith 19 Year Old Single Malt 70cl

19 years old

  • Alcohol by Volume
    - 56.10%
  • Size of Bottle
    - 70cl
  • Cask Yield
    - 257

An impressive introduction from this Glen Keith which oozes thick sweet nutty fudge followed by a breeze of heather blossom. As you taste the whisky you will be welcomed by a surge of stewed fruits coating the palate later revealing sweet vanilla and treacle. Distilled 8th November 1995 and bottled aged in bourbon cask for 19 years.Cask number 171242 yielded 257 bottles.

Presented in the unique Lady of the Glen pouch each glass etched bottle is individually glass etched and numbered.

About the distillery

Re-opened in 2013 after being mothballed in 1999 this incredibly rare distillery was fairly recently founded in 1957.

Located within Keith and sitting on the banks of the River Isla within the Speyside Whisky region, this distillery was originally a Meal Mill hence its location next to the river. The distillery was setup to adopt the lowland production method of triple distillation which creates a light bodied and dry Whisky with no peat; making it ideal for blends.  The destination of its spirit was for blends which were hugely popular in the United States at the time.  The continued popularity of Glen Keith allowed it to flourish in renowned blends, Chivas Regal, Passport and 100 Pipers Blends.

However, Glen Keith switched to double distillation as is more common in Speyside around 1970 in line with an increase in the number of stills too. Interestingly Chivas, who opened the distillery, adopted it as a laboratory to create different yeasts strains among other Whisky experiments and its production methods have always been modern for the time they were built and upgraded; it was the first distillery to use gas powered stills in the 1970s. Its limited single malt range only started to emerge in 1990 and afterward through independent bottling.

 

About the Lady of the Glen cask

The Glen Keith from Lady of the Glen was distilled on the 8th of November 1995. Aged for 19 years in a bourbon cask. Bottled on the 1st September 2015 the single malt retained a natural cask strength of 56.10%alc and yielded 257 bottles. Bottled without non-chill filtering or artificial colourings.

 

Tasting

(n) Thick sweet, fudgy richness. Mellow heather blossom.

(p) Stewed fruits becoming lighter with sweet treacle and vanilla to round off.

The cost of delivery is included in the price and delivery to anywhere outside the UK will cost an additional £20.00. All orders receive a small sample of another Lady of the Glen releases.

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