A very warm welcome to all of you from far and wide. The daffys are blooming and spring is finally on its way! As to be expected, we’ve got a packed selection in our liquid treasure trove so let’s get stuck in and show you a mere taster of the goods.
Springing into action and a first for us is an Ardbeg 1976 Cadenhead’s Oddbins Exclusive. Bit of an oddball and quite unique for those indie collectors out there. And from the bottlers at Leith we have a rather special SMWS Hakushu point 1 too!
If you’re looking to take your palate on a journey of Japanese discovery, then we’ve got the perfect starter kit for you. This Nikka Six Pillars Gift Box is packed with 6 Japanese malt titans including Nikka From The Barrel, as well as their Taketsuru Pure Malt 17 Year Old.
Talking of exquisite Japanese juice we also have an abundant selection of Karuizawa, including a 35 year old Emerald Geisha! Another gem is the Hibiki 30 Year Old Arita-Yaki Special Edition, this comes in a bespoke ceramic flagon that takes its name from the first ceramics made in Japan.
Striding back over to Speyside we have some biiig age statements from our most loved distilleries including a Glen Grant 50 Year Old from Gordon & MacPhail and a Macallan 72 Year Old Lalique Genesis decanter. A true heavyweight in every sense of the word, the whisky as well as the hand-blown crystal decanter and handcrafted bespoke wooden case!
Catching our eye this month is also Douglas Laing’s XOP Black series. Rarities in this premium 11 piece collection include a 1979 Port Ellen and 40 year old Cambus.
We’re all pretty gobsmacked to discover that Big Peat has only just released his Easter edition! Surely by now Douglas Laing's marketing department has thought of every holiday and country that exists to man..
Okay enough blethering from us here, away and hunt down some easter treats and remember…
Don’t lose your bottle!