Beinn Dubh

Beinn Dubh or 'Black Mountain' is how Professor Norman Collie described Ben Macdui, the highest peak of the Cairngorm Mountains after his solo climb to the summit in 1891. The whisky is described, itself potent and mysterious, uses water from Cairngorm's Black Mountain, and is perfectly finished in toasted port casks.  
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Spey Chairman's Choice

John and Robert Harvey started the business in 1770 and it was on Christmas Day in 1787 that John Harvey (acting in his capacity as chairman of the company) personally selected  the whisky to be used only by family, John Harvey called this exclusive and secret family whisky Spey "Chairman's Choice". The quantity he chose was very limited and was soon all consumed by the following June, however he deemed that everyone must wait until the next Christmas day for the following Spey Chairmans Choice. Thus commenced an annual Christmas day family tradition which is continued to this very day. The whisky is usually an average age of 17 years old.
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Spey Tenne

This Spey Tenne from Speyside Distillery has been finished in Tawny port casks and is one of 18,000 bottles.  This is a multi-vintage bottling with a minimum age of 8 Years Old.  Initially aged in bourbon casks, this bottling has been finished in the Tawny Port casks for 6 months.  The colour and the subtle flavour of the Port melds with the whisky giving a single malt with youth and character.
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Spey Trutina

This Spey Trutina (meaning balanced and pure) from Speyside Distillery has been aged in bourbon casks and is one of 18,000 bottles.  Spey Trutina is one of the two latest editions to the Spey Latin collection to celebrate Spey's long history in connection with Lord Byron who had a love of the Latin language.
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