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A selection of products new to our online shop.

    Cask Strength Connoisseurs Choice Pulteney 19 Years Old

    Gordon & Macphail describe this new range as 'The result of more than 120 years in the pursuit of perfection, matching cask with spirit. The Connoisseurs Choice range exemplifies Gordon & Macphail's unrivalled commitment to Single Malt Scotch Whisky. An ever-changing collection of unique perspectives on distilleries' own bottling's. Always non-chill-filtered, these single cask and small batch expressions, are exceptional one-off's.' This is from a refill sherry butt distilled in 1999 and bottled on 10th July 2019 producing 554 bottles.  
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    Springbank 18 Years Old 2019 Release

    The distillery say 'The 2019 Springbank 18 Years Old  is full of authority and is truly a classic, full-bodied dram. With a delicious nose, this whisky will tempt you in and hold your attention as you uncover its unique palate and finish.'    
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    Lagavulin Distillers Edition 2002

    This Distillers Edition of the Classic Malts of Scotland Lagavulin from 2002 has been double matured and is from release number lgv.4/507. It was bottled in 2018. Full bodied Lagavulin is richly peated, smoky and intense on the palate, mightiest of the Islay malts in style, it has a salty edge of sea-spray.  The master distiller has hand selected a small number of casks  for double maturation in Pedro Ximinez cask-wood. It's accents of rich, sun-dried grape sweetness have been chosen to compliment this spectacular single malt's rich, complex style.  
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    Cask Strength Connoisseurs Choice Aultmore 13 Years Old

    Gordon & Macphail describe this new range as 'The result of more than 120 years in the pursuit of perfection, matching cask with spirit. The Connoisseurs Choice range exemplifies Gordon & Macphail's unrivalled commitment to Single Malt Scotch Whisky. An ever-changing collection of unique perspectives on distilleries' own bottling's. Always non-chill-filtered, these single cask and small batch expressions, are exceptional one-off's.' This is from a refill bourbon barrel distilled in 2005 and bottled on 1st April 2019 producing 252 bottles.  
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    Old Particular Caol Ila 2010 8 Years Old

    This Caol Ila was distilled in June 2010 and bottled in May 2019. It is one of 310 bottles from a refill hogshead. This is part of the Elements Collection and is Earth. Douglas Laing describe it as 'An earthy sweetness with a peat smoke character and charred wood.'
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    Glen Moray Rhum Agricole Cask Finish Project

    The distillery says 'The Rhum Agricole Cask Finish Project is a unique expression of Glen Moray finished in cane rum barrels from Martinique. The rum and whisky flavours merge to influence a stunning spirit with notes of rich dark toffee and background spice.' This is part of the Elgin Curiosity collection and is one of 3060 bottles.
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    GlenAllachie 15 Years Old

    Master Distiller Billy Walker describes this 15 Years Old as 'the perfect representation of the distillery’s DNA. He believes the 15 year old is an exceptional balance of the distillery’s spirit and the influence of the Sherry casks used during maturation.' Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso puncheons and hogsheads – were used during maturation to deliver complete depth and finish.
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    Biggar Small Batch Gin

    The Biggar Gin Company is a family run business started and owned by two brothers. It sits at the foot of the Tinto Hills in Biggar. The brothers say 'With craft and care we combine and blend ingredients that are natural to our unique setting. We use updated distilling methods and are constantly refining processes and adapting new methods.' The distillery recommend trying this one with tonic, ice and a twist of orange peel.
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    14 October 2019 from 13:00 to 16:00 - Mortlach History and Whisky Walk

    Location: Highland Spirit Bed and Breakfast Start: 13:00   End: 16:00 Duration:  3 hours You will first hear the history of Mortlach distillery, (established 1823, the first legal distillery in Dufftown).  This was where William Grant of Glenfiddich fame learned his trade. See how the original smuggling flasks made by the Coppersmith were used to steal whisky?   How did Mortlach whisky pay for health care?  Drink a Mortlach dram to find out. How was illicit whisky made in the Clock Tower when the town was full of Excisemen? A short walk to Mortlach Kirk to see where the Celtic Monks first distilled in 566AD.  The Kirk is the oldest, continually used religious site in the UK.   You will try some of the Monks' aqua vitae.  We visit the grave-robbers watchers hut, the Grant Family grave, have a dram with the 19th century Mortlach Brewer and  hear about the legendary battle with the Danes.   What do the symbols on the 6th Century Pictish stone mean? A stop at the historic kiln of Mortlach Distillery and sip on the renowned but discontinued 16YO Flora and Fauna.  Why the odd 2.81 distillation process?    Learn how the traditional worm-tubs and "Wee Witchie" give Mortlach its oily robust notes.  How did the iconic Pagoda's of Scotland's distilleries come about?  Why does the new pipeline make the cows unhappy?  Partake in some dramming! You will hear about the role of the Mortlach Exciseman and will have a go using some of his original instruments to measure the strength/volume of alcohol. This historical walk is offered by Alistair as a qualified walking guide with nine 15ml drams:. - Wee Witchie12YO - JW Ultimate 18YO - G&M 15YO - Aqua Vitae of Lindores Abbey - G&M Exclusive 19YO - Flora and Fauna 16YO - Cowie's Blue Seal 20YO - Coopers Choice 1995 18YO - G&M 1984 30YO Over 18's only please.  Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions for events.  If you want to contact us about this event please email us on enquiries@whiskyshopdufftown.com or phone us on +44(0)1340 821 097. The price of a ticket to this event includes VAT (VAT No GB 875018023).  
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    12 October 2019 from 13:00 to 16:00 - Mortlach History and Whisky Walk

    Location: Highland Spirit Bed and Breakfast Start: 13:00   End: 16:00 Duration:  3 hours You will first hear the history of Mortlach distillery, (established 1823, the first legal distillery in Dufftown).  This was where William Grant of Glenfiddich fame learned his trade. See how the original smuggling flasks made by the Coppersmith were used to steal whisky?   How did Mortlach whisky pay for health care?  Drink a Mortlach dram to find out. How was illicit whisky made in the Clock Tower when the town was full of Excisemen? A short walk to Mortlach Kirk to see where the Celtic Monks first distilled in 566AD.  The Kirk is the oldest, continually used religious site in the UK.   You will try some of the Monks' aqua vitae.  We visit the grave-robbers watchers hut, the Grant Family grave, have a dram with the 19th century Mortlach Brewer and  hear about the legendary battle with the Danes.   What do the symbols on the 6th Century Pictish stone mean? A stop at the historic kiln of Mortlach Distillery and sip on the renowned but discontinued 16YO Flora and Fauna.  Why the odd 2.81 distillation process?    Learn how the traditional worm-tubs and "Wee Witchie" give Mortlach its oily robust notes.  How did the iconic Pagoda's of Scotland's distilleries come about?  Why does the new pipeline make the cows unhappy?  Partake in some dramming! You will hear about the role of the Mortlach Exciseman and will have a go using some of his original instruments to measure the strength/volume of alcohol. This historical walk is offered by Alistair as a qualified walking guide with nine 15ml drams:. - Wee Witchie12YO - JW Ultimate 18YO - G&M 15YO - Aqua Vitae of Lindores Abbey - G&M Exclusive 19YO - Flora and Fauna 16YO - Cowie's Blue Seal 20YO - Coopers Choice 1995 18YO - G&M 1984 30YO Over 18's only please.  Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions for events.  If you want to contact us about this event please email us on enquiries@whiskyshopdufftown.com or phone us on +44(0)1340 821 097. The price of a ticket to this event includes VAT (VAT No GB 875018023).  
    £79.00Add to Cart

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    10 October 2019 from 13:00 to 16:00 - Mortlach History and Whisky Walk

    Location: Highland Spirit Bed and Breakfast Start: 13:00   End: 16:00 Duration:  3 hours You will first hear the history of Mortlach distillery, (established 1823, the first legal distillery in Dufftown).  This was where William Grant of Glenfiddich fame learned his trade. See how the original smuggling flasks made by the Coppersmith were used to steal whisky?   How did Mortlach whisky pay for health care?  Drink a Mortlach dram to find out. How was illicit whisky made in the Clock Tower when the town was full of Excisemen? A short walk to Mortlach Kirk to see where the Celtic Monks first distilled in 566AD.  The Kirk is the oldest, continually used religious site in the UK.   You will try some of the Monks' aqua vitae.  We visit the grave-robbers watchers hut, the Grant Family grave, have a dram with the 19th century Mortlach Brewer and  hear about the legendary battle with the Danes.   What do the symbols on the 6th Century Pictish stone mean? A stop at the historic kiln of Mortlach Distillery and sip on the renowned but discontinued 16YO Flora and Fauna.  Why the odd 2.81 distillation process?    Learn how the traditional worm-tubs and "Wee Witchie" give Mortlach its oily robust notes.  How did the iconic Pagoda's of Scotland's distilleries come about?  Why does the new pipeline make the cows unhappy?  Partake in some dramming! You will hear about the role of the Mortlach Exciseman and will have a go using some of his original instruments to measure the strength/volume of alcohol. This historical walk is offered by Alistair as a qualified walking guide with nine 15ml drams:. - Wee Witchie12YO - JW Ultimate 18YO - G&M 15YO - Aqua Vitae of Lindores Abbey - G&M Exclusive 19YO - Flora and Fauna 16YO - Cowie's Blue Seal 20YO - Coopers Choice 1995 18YO - G&M 1984 30YO Over 18's only please.  Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions for events.  If you want to contact us about this event please email us on enquiries@whiskyshopdufftown.com or phone us on +44(0)1340 821 097. The price of a ticket to this event includes VAT (VAT No GB 875018023).  
    £79.00Add to Cart

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    Glenlivet Nadurra Oloroso Matured OL0818

    Glenlivet Nadurra oloroso has been matured exclusively in first fill oloroso sherry oak casks from the Jerez region of Spain.  The most highly prized and sought after casks used by the whisky makers.  It was bottled in August 2018 from batch number: OL0818
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    Cask Strength Connoisseurs Choice Allt A Bhainne 22 Years Old

    Gordon & Macphail describe this new range as 'The result of more than 120 years in the pursuit of perfection, matching cask with spirit. The Connoisseurs Choice range exemplifies Gordon & Macphail's unrivalled commitment to Single Malt Scotch Whisky. An ever-changing collection of unique perspectives on distilleries' own bottling's. Always non-chill-filtered, these single cask and small batch expressions, are exceptional one-off's.' This is from a refill American hogshead distilled in 1996 and bottled on 6th September 2018 producing 277 bottles.  
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    Cask Strength Connoisseurs Choice Mortlach 19 Years Old

    Gordon & Macphail describe this new range as 'The result of more than 120 years in the pursuit of perfection, matching cask with spirit. The Connoisseurs Choice range exemplifies Gordon & Macphail's unrivalled commitment to Single Malt Scotch Whisky. An ever-changing collection of unique perspectives on distilleries' own bottling's. Always non-chill-filtered, these single cask and small batch expressions, are exceptional one-off's.' This is from a first fill bourbon barrel distilled in 1999 and bottled on 16th April 2019 producing 184 bottles.  
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    Distillery Label Strathisla 2006

    Gordon & Macphail describe this new range as 'testimony to the long and unique relationships built over generations. We have been entrusted with new-make spirit from many of Scotland's distilleries to mature in our casks, our way. Offering interesting and complementary perspectives on already great single malts, this highly sought after collection features the original distillery labels licensed to us, making these whiskies even more distinctive.'  
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    Gordon & MacPhail Discovery Bunnahabhain 10 Year Old

    Gordon & MacPhail tell us 'This new Discovery Range was created to offer the utterly dependable and consistent choice of their finest whiskies. Each expression sits within the bold flavour profiles of either 'Sherry', 'Smoky' or 'Bourbon' making these single malts the perfect match for the whisky lover who enjoys exploration through flavour and character.' This Bunnahabhain 10 Years Old has been matured in bourbon barrels.
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    13 October 2019 @ 19:30 - WCF Closing Brilliance

    Location: St James Hall Start: 19:30   End: 22:00 Duration:  2 hours 30 Minutes. Come and celebrate the close of the inaugural Whisky Colours Festival with whisky, food, music and fun. There will be BBQ style food to keep you sustained and music sets during the evening with one from Robin Laing.  All of which are included in the ticket price.  Also their will be a range of samples for you to try from some of the masterclass, as well as the last "drops" from those whiskies that have sadly departed our shop over the last few months.  Please help us give them a good send off! Over 18's only please. Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions for events. If you want to contact us about this event please email enquiries@whiskyshopdufftown.com or phone on +44(0)1340 821 097. The price of a ticket to this event includes VAT (VAT No GB 875018023).
    £25.00Add to Cart

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    Balblair 25 Years Old

    The Distillery says: "For over a quarter of a century, this rare Single Malt has developed and mellowed, becoming concentrated, full-bodied and indulgent, brimming with the dark intensity of chocolate praline and spices. Matured initially in American oak ex-bourbon casks, and then reshaped over the years in Spanish oak for exceptional complexity"
    £470.00Add to Cart

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    Persie Zesty Citrus Gin

    The distillery say: For a cracking flavour, you need a rousing aroma. Persie Gin hits your sense of smell right up front. Just pull out the stopper, close your eyes and breathe it in. The botanicals include Juniper, limes and orange.
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    Persie Herby and Aromatic Gin

    The distillery say; For a cracking flavour, you need a rousing aroma. Persie Gin hits your sense of smell right up front. Just pullout the stopper, close your eyes and breathe it in. The distillery suggest serving on the rocks with a few basil leaves. The botanicals include Juniper, basil, bay leaves and rosemary.
    £24.95Add to Cart

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    12 October 2019 @ 17:00 - Whisky Tasting: The Latest from Murray McDavid with Paul Mckendrick

    Location: St James Hall Start: 17:00   End: 18:15 Duration:  1 hour 15 Minutes. Murray McDavid has a long history of utilising additional forms of maturation to create inspiring expressions from distilleries all over Scotland.  Coleburn is the home of Murray McDavid and that firmly makes it an Independent Bottler with Speyside as its home. Paul Mckendrick will host this tasting which will focus on the brand new releases from this independent bottler. If you are a driver and wish to take part in this event, then we can provide you with sample bottles to take the whiskies away with you and enjoy at a more appropriate time.  Please email us at the address below that you require sample bottles after you have booked your ticket. If you are the designated driver for your group and wish to attend but not take samples away, then you can attend for free.  Do not book a ticket for yourself but please email us to let us know you are coming after the tickets have been booked for the rest of your group.  You must be part of a group to take up this offer. Over 18's only please. Please ensure you have read our terms and conditions for events. If you want to contact us about this event please email enquiries@whiskyshopdufftown.com or phone on +44(0)1340 821 097. The price of a ticket to this event includes VAT (VAT No GB 875018023).
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    King's Hill Gin

    The distillery says - "The award-winning King’s Hill Gin is the first release from our distillery. Piney Juniper berries form the perfect backbone of our gin. Locally-foraged Heather, Rosehips, Gorse and Elderflower add smoothness, depth and character. Best served long with a hearty slice of grapefruit, copious ice and quality Mediterranean tonic. A gin truly fit for a King. – 44% ABV. On the nose: Fresh, fruity with piney juniper On the palate: Smooth, sweet, full bodied and aromatic"
    £38.95Add to Cart

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    Bladnoch 10 Years Old

    Bladnoch 10 years old is a single malt Scotch whisky aged for 10 years in Bourbon Barrels. Master Distiller, Ian Macmillan hand selects every cask to bring together this smooth but intense expression. Delicate sweet and spicy citrus - with a clean refreshing finish. Non chill filtered, limited release.
    £53.95Add to Cart

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    Scapa Skiren SK16

    This Scapa is a no age statement whisky which has been matured in first fill ex-American Oak casks. The distillery describe this as a deliciously smooth whisky, flowing with mellow fruits and heather honey. This is batch SK16.
    £41.95Add to Cart

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    Benriach 10 Years Old Curiositas

    The distillery say that 'Curiositas perfectly captures Benriach's pioneering heritage of distilling Speyside whisky smoked with Highland peat. Benriach's sweet, fruit-laden style is infused with mellow campfire notes. Then three casks to create a smooth, rich single malt with layers of smoked apple wood.'  
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