Whisky is now made all around the world, from Bourbon County, Kentucky all the way down to the island of Tasmania off Australia’s Southern tip. Furthermore, the range of styles made all over the globe has never been more diverse. There are corn and wheat whiskies made across the US, rye whiskey made in the Netherlands, single malts produced in Sweden, grain whiskies distilled in Ireland and innovative blended malts created in Japan – amongst many, many more. All of these countries paint an ever more complex picture of the world of whisky, and are well worth exploring.
8 year old Evan Williams Kentucky Straight Bourbon, produced in the 1970s. This is a collectable bottle, preserved for over 30 years.
One litre of Bushmills Single Malt Whiskey, produced in the 1980s. This particular expression is aged for 10 years before it is bottled. A hard to find antique.
A bottling of Limeburners single malt whisky, distilled in Western Australia, produced in small batches. It was finished in an old Australian Port cask. This is a release of 322 bottles.
Kessler American Blended Whiskey is a popular brand in the States, currently produced by Beam. This bottle, however, is a collectible piece which we date as being produced before 1964.
Green Spot is a delicious Irish "single pot still" whiskey. Critically acclaimed, we highly recommend this…
One of our all-time favourite Japanese whiskies, From the Barrel is a superb blended malt made with whisky from Nikka's award-winning single malt distilleries
Yellow Spot is a 12 year old Irish single pot still whiskey, made with three casks Spanish sherry butts, Spanish Malaga casks and bourbon barrels.
This comes from Nikka's superb Taketsuru range of blended malt whiskies, named for the company's founder. The 21 year old is rich with coffee and chocolate notes and it was named the World's Best Blended Malt Whisky in 2010 at the World Whiskies Awards.
Yoichi's 10 year old is an incredible Japanese single malt from Nikka's top distillery. This has been awarded an impressive 93 points by Jim Murray, and it's easy to see why…
Hibiki 17 is a wonderful Japanese blended whisky produced by Suntory. It's so good it was even named Editor's Choice by Whisky Magazine!