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Fortress Rum Barrels Shape New GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled Whisky – Canadian Whisky News


Fortress Rum Barrels Shape New GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled Whisky

Sydney, Nova Scotia – Authentic Seacoast Distilling Company Ltd. today launched the newest member of their award-winning GLYNNEVAN® Whisky family, a triple barrelled Canadian rye whisky finished in FortressTM Rum barrels from the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site on Cape Breton Island. GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye Whisky is Authentic Seacoast’s continued tribute to magnificent Cape Breton and to its traditions, beauty and people.

“I’ve developed a great passion for Cape Breton over more than three decades. Through our collaboration with Parks Canada and Fortress Louisbourg Association we created Full Steam Coffee’s Louisbourg 1713 French Roast and Fortress Rum,” said Authentic Seacoast Distilling President Glynn Williams. “Our GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye Whisky is our way of continuing the important work we are doing to create authentic and memorable brands that can help draw people to our region and create new opportunity on Canada’s East Coast.”

Canada’s only triple barrelled whisky, GLYNNEVAN® Double Barrelled Canadian Rye is finished in freshly drained oak barrels used to mature award-winning Fortress Rum. This third barrelling creates a smooth, complex and uniquely Nova Scotian whisky that takes Canadian rye to a new level. GLYNNEVAN Cabot opens with a sweet nose of butterscotch and tropical fruit. The palate is complex and warming with classic rye spices, cinnamon, vanilla, caramel and toasted oak.

Fortress Rum arrives with force for the finish with lingering spice; long, creamy and smooth. Like Fortress Rum, GLYNNEVAN® Cabot is 45% alc./vol. “As our whisky makes a trek across Canada, coming to rest in oak barrels here against the Atlantic Ocean, so too, do many Cape Bretoners travel to the West seeking employment,” said Glynn Williams. “Our Cabot Triple Barrelled Whisky makes this journey come full circle. We’re honoured to make products that can bring people together. Our GLYNNEVAN® emblem brings together prairie grain, the ocean, the Nova Scotia and Williams’ rampant lion, and now, with Fortress Rum barrels, GLYNNEVAN® includes the Celtic heart of North America.”

GLYNNEVAN® Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye Whisky is now available at the distillery in Guysborough and will be available throughout Nova Scotia at select Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) stores and other fine spirits retailers.

Glynn Williams will be at the Authentic Seacoast Distillery on Saturday, December 3rd from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm signing bottles from batch #1 of the GLYNNEVAN Cabot Triple Barrelled Canadian Rye Whisky.

Read more about GLYNNEVAN Whisky at: www.glynnevan.com

About Authentic Seacoast Distilling Company

Authentic Seacoast Distilling Company Ltd. produces handmade, craft distilled and blended spirits including GLYNNEVAN® Whisky, Sea FeverTM Rum and FortressTM Rum at its distillery next to Osprey Shores Golf Resort on the historic Guysborough harbour. It is a key part of Authentic Seacoast Company Ltd, which also includes historic DesBarres Manor Inn, Rare Bird Pub & Eatery, Skipping Stone Café & Store, Full Steam Coffee Co., Harbour Belle Bakery, Authentic Seacoast Brewing Co. (makers of Rare Bird Craft Beer), Glanbùrn Artesian Water, Authentic Seacoast Soaps and the Authentic Seacoast Store. Authentic Seacoast Company’s vision is to restore the proud trading legacy of a seacoast village in Nova Scotia and to create jobs in the community on a sustainable basis by producing and sharing high quality products and experiences that are authentic and memorable. The Authentic Seacoast Company embodies the fresh sea air, industrious people and proud determination that has kept this special place by the sea alive over the past four centuries.

Read more at: www.glynnevan.com www.authenticseacoast.com

International Beverage, Malts of Scotland & Ian Millar Among those Recognised at Whisky Magazine’s Annual Awards Lunch in Edinburgh, Scotland – Whisky News


International Beverage, Alan Winchester, Malts of Scotland and Ian Millar of William Grant & Sons among those recognised in Whisky Magazine‘s top awards

The finest products, companies and individuals were recognised at one of Whisky Magazine’s most prestigious awards ceremonies held at the Surgeons’ Hall, Edinburgh on Friday 2 December 2016.

Whisky author and writer Charlie MacLean, hosted a lunch for the Scotch whisky industry alongside Whisky Magazine‘s managing editor Rupert Wheeler, and Scotland contributing editor Gavin D Smith. Guests made the journey from all across Scotland, including the Islands, to take part in the celebrations.

During the afternoon, three of the magazine’s top awards were presented including:

  • Icons of Whisky Scotland 2017
  • Independent Bottlers Challenge 2016
  • Hall of Fame

Rupert Wheeler says: “As managing editor of Whisky Magazine, it is a privilege to be involved in these awards. Our Independent Bottlers Challenge rewards the independent companies that play such an important part in producing a unique range of whiskies while the Icons of Whisky pay tribute to the expertise that go into each bottle of Scotch. “Our Hall of Fame recognises those people who have made a longstanding contribution to the world of whisky. I would like to congratulate both Ian Millar and Charles MacLean on being inducted this year. I first met Charlie in Bengaluru, India in 2014 where we were presenting the Icons of Whisky India awards. I have never witnessed a more appreciative audience as when Charlie addressed the haggis. A superb evening enjoyed by so many whisky enthusiasts… that’s what whisky is all about. “And finally I would like to thank the international panel of judges and our sponsors for helping make these awards so worthwhile and rewarding.”




Distiller Sponsored by Glencairn Crystal Winner: International Beverage (Inver House Distillers) HC: Beam Suntory

Brand Innovator Sponsored by Multi Packaging Solutions Winner: Tomatin Distillery Company HC: Douglas Laing & Co

Visitor Attraction Sponsored by Christie’s Winner: Highland Park Distillery HC: Speyside Cooperage Visitor Centre

Craft Producer Sponsored by Wade Winner: Glasgow Distillery Company HC: Arbikie Highland Estate

Master Distiller / Master Blender Winner: Alan Winchester, The Glenlivet Distillery HC: Dr Craig Wilson, Diageo

 Distillery Manager Sponsored by Broxburn Properties Winner: Keith Cruickshank, Benromach Distillery Company HC: Gordon Bruce – Knockdhu Distillery

Scotch Whisky Brand Ambassador Sponsored by Procurus Winner: George S Grant, J&G Grant (Glenfarclas) HC: Gordon Dundas, Beam Suntory

Visitor Attraction Manager Winner: Rikki Scott, Aberlour Distillery HC: Leigh Aitken, Lagavulin Distillery

Multiple Outlets Retailer Sponsored by Amrut Distilleries Winner: Robert Graham HC: Drinkmonger   S

ingle Outlet Retailer Winner: Gordon & MacPhail HC: Royal Mile Whiskies   Online Retailer Winner: Royal Mile Whiskies, www.royalmilewhiskies.com HC: Robbie’s Whisky Merchants, www.robbieswhiskymerchants.com

Travel Retailer Sponsored by Steklarna Hrastnik Winner: World of Whiskies, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports HC: The Fly Nip Whisky Shop, Inverness Airport

Supermarket Winner: Tesco HC: Lidl

For full Icons of Whisky results including shortlists, go to www.iconsofwhisky.com




Non-Scotch Independent Bottler of the year Celtic Whiskey Shop Campbeltown Independent Bottler of the year The Scotch Malt Whisky Society

Grain Independent Bottler of the year Malts of Scotland

Highland Independent Bottler of the year Douglas Laing & Co

Islands Independent Bottler of the year That Boutique-y Whisky Company

Islay Independent Bottler of the year Malts of Scotland

Lowland Independent Bottler of the year The Vintage Malt Whisky Company

Speyside Independent Bottler of the year Malts of Scotland

THE INDEPENDENT BOTTLER OF THE YEAR 2016 Malts of Scotland This independent bottler is based in Germany and has distributors worldwide. The company offers a range of highly exclusive whiskies from over 80 Scottish distilleries to the trade, whisky clubs and to individuals. Malts of Scotland provides a cask selection service with a tasting in the warehouse. If required, the team will produce individually labelled bottles complete with club, company or hotel logo.

Whisky Advocate’s 23rd Annual Awards to be Announced – Whisky News


The 23rd Annual Whisky Advocate Awards will be announced on Whiskyadvocate.com beginning this Friday, December 9th.

The Whisky Advocate Awards exist to recognize excellence in the world of whisky. Now in its 23rd year, the program honors the world’s greatest whiskies, distilleries, and the individuals who make and promote our favorite spirit. As always, these awards are not necessarily assigned to the whiskies that received the highest ratings in our reviews. The awards are recognition of a combination of excellence, innovation, tradition, and always, great-tasting whisky. Our Buying Guide reviewers reach a consensus on the awards.

The Whisky Advocate awards are the oldest and longest-running annual whisky awards program. We taste and sample over the course of the year, at year’s end we consider and confer, and then we make our decisions based solely on the merits of the whiskies… as we have done for over twenty years. We give you our word: that’s how it will continue to be.

Stop by each day to see a new winner revealed with our commentary on the selection. Visit whiskyadvocate.com to view the daily announcement schedule.

Be sure to check in every day, and join the lively conversation that these announcements always inspire!

The Christmas Gift Edit at the Whisky Shop – Whisky News

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Christmas Gift Edit

The Advent Calendars are open and Shakin’ Stevens is on the radio. It can only mean one thing: Christmas is coming!

If the words “Christmas shopping” strike fear in your heart then The Whisky Shop is here to help. We’ve brought some of our favourite gift ideas together into one place so you can have Christmas all wrapped up in just a few clicks. And with free delivery on orders over £100, you needn’t brave the shopping centre crush!

Next day delivery available on UK orders Free delivery on orders over £100






Malt Box Reviews Teacher’s Highland Cream – Scotch Whisky News


Andy at Malt Box reviews Teachers Highland Cream



Day 8 of the Scotch Whisky Advent Calendar – Whisky Advent Calendar News


Day 8 of the Scotch Whisky Advent Calendar 

Scotch Whisky Advent Calendar 3rd Edition Day 8 Blog #141Malt Whisky Company Glenrothes 8 Year Old 

G’day Sherry Cask lovers…. Today is for you. The peat geeks get their hit every week so shouldn’t you have a turn on a regular basis?

In the bustling (I use that term lightly as Scotland is generally anything but) region of Speyside where most of the Scottish distilleries exist there is one that keeps making appearances in our calendars. Glenrothes seen by many as a fairly innocuous house style has really shined for us with these single cask independently bottled expressions.

The Malt Whisky owned by Scottish legend extraordinaire Stuart Nickerson was one of the big hits in the 2nd edition showcasing especially how amazing younger Single Malt can be

Glenrothes was built in 1878 and started producing the year after. The distillery is owned by the Edrington Group who used the bulk of it’s production for brands like Cutty Sark and Famous Grouse however in a twist that only Scotland can manage the Single Malt brand is owned by Berry Bros. & Rudd. Glenrothes has survived 4 major fires over the course of its life and as such is probably the hardiest distillery in Scotland. In cat lives does that mean it has 5 left?

Malt Whisky Company Glenrothes 8 Year Old – Bottled at the cask strength of 64.2%, no chill filtration or caramel of course. Cask number 37602 a refill Oloroso Hogshead.

Color:   A lovely reddish glow winking at the sherry influence and pretty decent for only 8 years and refill. Every cask is unique and this is a great example of that.

Nose:   Bovril (thick salty meat extract) and dark chocolate, burnt caramel mixed with a bag of asian spices, turmeric, paprika, cardamon and red chili flakes. This nose is immense and broods quietly like a trap door spider waiting patiently for a passing cricket.

Palate: Freaking delicious and initially no where near the 64.2% on the tongue that I was expecting. Going down however all the way from the back of the throat right past the core to that warm center of my being it leaves a lasting trail. Juicy and coating with an oily parafin feel that keeps pumping flavor into every taste bud. Sweet vermouth and bitters, spices continuing from the nose into rich sherried notes.

Finish:   This whisky will love you for a very long time……. a very long time. The sherry really makes itself felt on the finish finally climbing over those spicy notes and leaving a lasting rich sweetness.

Water:   Just had to try a little splash of water in this beast. Second only to the huge A.D. Rattray Glen Moray of the second edition which was 64.8% this is an anomaly to say the least and especially for a Glenrothes. More of that caramel note and sweetness rises above the meaty spice. More sherry influence here and creamy cocoa with the water taming it a great deal. I think that the raw unbridled power of this whisky at 64.2% is just amazing and today that is how my palate is screaming at me to drink it.

Wow Stuart what an amazing cask of Glenrothes. I never thought I would have something from this distillery that would be so huge. I love my job.

Well sherry faithful did that tide you over for a bit? If you like this whisky lucky for you there are a few and only a few bottles coming to Canada. Please email me at jonathan@secretspirits.com if you want to find out where you can get it.

Whiskylassie is delving deep into this one and has posted her thoughts here.

In the second edition we had on day 8 the Wemyss Malts Dark Treacle Fondant Craigellachie and you can revisit it here.

Tomorrow after we all recover our sense of taste we will be heading back to the Highlands and the first offering from an independent bottler that made their lone debut in the 2nd edition. Single Cask Nation bring something unique and intriguing to the table.

See you then


Jonathan – Taster of Secrets

Buffalo Trace Distillery Completes First Warehouse X Experiment and Releases Findings – American Whiskey News



Buffalo Trace Distillery Completes First Warehouse X Experiment and Releases Findings  

3.5 Million Data Points Captured

FRANKFORT, Franklin County, Ky (Nov. 30, 2016) Buffalo Trace Distillery has completed phase one of its bourbon barrel aging experiment inside Warehouse X, the experimental warehouse built in 2013 that allows for specific atmospheric variables to be tested in four individual chambers, plus one open air breezeway.   The first experiment focused on natural light, keeping barrels in various stages of light for two years.

            Chamber One of Warehouse X held barrels at 50% natural light, while matching the temperature of the barrels inside the chamber to the temperature of the barrels in the outdoor breezeway.

            Barrels in Chamber Two experienced 100% darkness, while keeping the barrel temperature at a constant 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

            Chamber Three also had 100% darkness, but those barrel temperatures were kept the same temperature as the barrels in the outdoor breezeway.

            Chamber Four barrels saw 100% natural light as the temperature was kept the same as the barrels in the outdoor breezeway.

            In the two years this experiment was conducted, the barrels in the open air breezeway (which was not climate controlled) saw a fluctuation of temperatures ranging from -10 F to 105 F, likely some of the greatest temperature variance any bourbon barrels have ever experienced. The pressure inside these barrels varied from -2.5 psi to 2.5 psi.

            The team at Buffalo Trace collected and analyzed an astonishing 3.5 million data points. Among those learnings, an interesting correlation between light and psi was realized, and a long held distiller’s theory of more heat equaling higher proof was scientifically proven (at least for now).

            However, another popular theory was disproved in part – as it turns out, the amount of light does not really affect the color or the proof of the bourbon inside the barrels. So much for the theory of honey barrels! But Master Distiller Harlen Wheatley has this to add about honey barrels, “Even though we proved light doesn’t affect the color or the proof of the whiskey, that doesn’t mean that honey barrels (those next to windows in standard warehouses that are typically distiller’s favorites) don’t taste a little bit better. Perhaps because of other factors than natural light.  We did prove factors like temperature, pressure, humidity and air flow all play a role in the end result.”

Now that the light experiment is complete, Buffalo Trace is moving on to the next planned experiment, which focuses on temperature. In this experiment, the various chambers will experience different temperature variations, with Chamber One remaining the same temperature as the outdoor breezeway, plus 10 F.  Chamber Two will be 80 F, Chamber Three will be at 55 F and Chamber Four will be kept at the breezeway temperature minus 10 F.  The temperature experiment is expected to last at least two years.

For information about Warehouse X including a blog updated since the inception, visit http://www.experimentalwarehouse.com/

About Buffalo Trace Distillery

Buffalo Trace Distillery is an American family-owned company based in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky. The Distillery’s rich tradition dates back to 1786 and includes such legends as E.H. Taylor, Jr., George T. Stagg, Albert B. Blanton, Orville Schupp, and Elmer T. Lee.  Buffalo Trace Distillery is a fully operational Distillery producing bourbon, rye and vodka on site and is a National Historic Landmark as well as is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Distillery has won seven distillery titles since 2000 from such notable publications as Whisky Magazine, Whisky Advocate Magazine and Wine Enthusiast Magazine. It was named Whisky Magazine 2010 World Icons of Whisky “Whisky Visitor Attraction of the Year.” Buffalo Trace Distillery has also garnered more than 200 awards for its wide range of premium whiskies. To learn more about Buffalo Trace Distillery visit http://www.buffalotracedistillery.com/.

Buffalo Trace Antique Collection and Antique Cocktails Tasting at Milroy’s of Soho – American Whiskey News


Buffalo Trace Antique Collection and Antique Cocktails Tasting



12/12/16 – Buffalo Trace Antique Collection Tasting. So we thought we would do a tasting with a Milroys twist. Not only will you get the 5 Whiskies from the Antique Collection, on top of that you will also get those 5 whiskies in a cocktail made with antique vermouths and liqueurs. We are the only ones in the country to do this. Its a no brainer.  You will be sampling; George T Stagg 15yo, William Larue Weller 12yo, Sazerac Rye 18yo , Eagle Rare 17yo and Thomas H Handy 6yo. Along with all of those in a cocktail made with antique vermouths and liqueurs 5 whiskies and 5 cocktails on a Monday night – why not it is December

You will be talked through all the Cocktails by our head bar tender – Chris Tanner and talked through all the Whiskies from the owner of Milroys –  Simo

Only 30 tickets available and I am sending this out to the Interweb today so get them before they sell out.

Our mailing address is:

Milroy’s of Soho

3 Greek Street

London, England W1D 4NX

United Kingdom

A Trio of Exclusive 51 Year Old Scotch Whiskies at K&L California – Scotch Whisky News


Fifty year old Scotch whisky is an incredibly special thing. It’s the culmination of a complex flavor evolution that has proceeded slowly over five decades in wood, so finding an ample supply isn’t easy. As one might expect, fifty year old Scotch whisky is also an incredibly expensive luxury. Most of what’s available today on the general market sells for around $4000 a bottle for blends to between $10,000 and $12,000 a bottle for malts. A bottle of Glenlivet 50 year old will probably cost you $25,000 and the more prestigious names only get more expensive from there, which is partially why we’ve been so successful with our grain whisky barrel program over the last few years. We’ve been able to track down 40-50 year old Scotch whisky expressions for around $200-$300 per bottle that we feel scratch a similar itch for a much more reasonable price.


Vintage Item Name Retail Link
1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel (44.6%) Cask Strength Blended Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml) $299.99 View
1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel (45.8%) Cask Strength Blended Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml) $299.99 View
1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel Cask Strength Blended Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) $399.99 View

Our customers are often so excited by the pricing that we sell out of our supply in hours, if not minutes. This past September, on a rainy Glasgow morning, we visited one of our favorite warehouses and tracked down three more rarities that seemed to have fallen through the cracks: three unique barrels of Scotch whisky that had been distilled and blended as new-make whiskies back in December of 1964. Originally intended for a blended Scotch recipe, the identity of the whiskies had become lost over the years and simply sat around getting older, so it was anyone’s guess as to which distilleries we were dealing with. What was perhaps more compelling was the fact that each whisky had been married according to type: two of the barrels were blended grain whiskies and the third was a blend of purely single malts. Two of them had the fruit and oak spice we’ve tasted in previous ultra-mature grain editions, and the third had the creaminess and the texture of a classic malt. We knew we had stumbled upon something special.

While age and richness often go hand-in-hand, as more exposure to oak generally implies a darker and fuller whisky, these three barrels are something of an anomaly. As all three are refill hogshead casks (meaning the barrels had been used previously to age other whiskies), the influence of the wood has been slow and gradual. Rather than an intense and concentrated maturation, it’s as if all three whiskies have been simmering over a low flame for more than five decades. Much like a slow-cooked stew, they have also reduced their power naturally. Almost like a fine Bordeaux aging fifty years in a cellar, each has naturally dropped to 45% or lower and shed much of their original baby fat. The result is a finesse, elegance, and a haunting mellowness that can only be achieved over time. In the case of the pure malt whisky, the proof had dropped so low we weren’t sure if we could even legally bottle it, but luckily for us it clocked in at 40.1%, just a hair over the minimum. The resulting 51 year old Scotch whiskies are as soft and smooth as can be. What they are not, however, is significantly dark, rich, or incredibly complex like you might expect for something so old. They are what I consider to be fifty year old session whiskies: incredibly delightful, dangerously drinkable Scotch whiskies that go down easy and with a long, smooth finish. As a result of their unidentified origins and simple charm, we’ve been able to price them accordingly. For the first time ever, we’re offering a 50+ year old Scotch malt whisky for under $1000, along with two 51 year grains at our standard bargain price point. With the holiday season in full swing, we expect rare editions of 51 year old Scotch whisky to be an incredibly popular gift option, so it’s likely these ancient selections won’t last the weekend. We’ll be heading back to Scotland in 2017 in search of more ultra-mature whiskies, but unfortunately 51 year old selections like this don’t grow on trees. They do, however, fit nicely in a gift box under them.

1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel (44.6%) Cask Strength Blended Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml) ($299.99)

This 51 year old blend is comprised of various grain whiskies, but drinks like one singular entity working in complete harmony. As grain whisky ages it becomes soft, mellow, mild, and creamy in nature, so after five decades in wood this mystery blend is as smooth as they come. There’s not much of a noticeable difference between the two casks we’re currently offering, but tasting them side by side this particular blend has a bit more wood and more of a pure grain flavor, almost like you can taste the husks in between the sweetness of the oak. There’s a flurry of spice on the finish that tingles your taste buds just before the soft wave of texture washes away. What this whisky lacks in complexity, it makes up for in pure grace.

1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel (45.8%) Cask Strength Blended Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml) ($299.99)

This 51 year old blend of grain whiskies comes in at a slightly higher proof than its sister cask and it’s the richer and rounder of the two. Whereas the other whisky is creamier, this whisky has a bit more fruit and a certain pop on the mid-palate that you wouldn’t expect after fifty-plus years in wood. There’s a hint of toasted oak on the finish and a bit of oily resin as well, which is standard for hogshead-aged whiskies of this age. After five decades, this whisky is still full of life and character. In no way is it tired, over-aged, or past its prime. It’s primary in its profile, but dangerously drinkable and most importantly showcases all of the fruit, texture, and simple pleasure that grain whisky has to offer.

1964 Sovereign 51 Year Old “K&L Exclusive” Single Barrel Cask Strength Blended Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) ($399.99)

This 51 year malt is comprised of an unknown number of pure single malt whiskies and is so refined and reduced after five decades in wood that it’s naturally down to 40.1%. This is by no means a rich and over-oaked malt. It’s quite the opposite: light as a feather, soft as silk, and elegant as a whisper. Notes of oxidized fruit, fino sherry, burnt sugar, and oolong tea swirl faintly over a creamy layer of soft vanilla. Those expecting fifty-plus years of richness will be caught off guard by the standard amber color and classic Scotch whisky hue. This is old school Scotch from a lost era. It is not a bold and complex beast of exotic flavor, but rather a graceful echo of what was and what will no longer be; it’s a ghost.

Phone: (877) KL-WINES (Toll Free 877.559.4637) Email: wine@klwines.com

K&L Wine Merchants 3005 El Camino Real Redwood City, CA 94061 USA San Francisco, Redwood City, Hollywood CA

Scotch Malt Whisky Society “Christmas Parcels: Rich Treasure Chest” – Scotch Whisky News



WOW!  Our wonderfully sensual Christmas Parcels Outturn has arrived with an explosion of full-bodied goodness.  This rich collection boasts some of our most interesting and exclusive single casks of the year.  Our treasure chest of Panel-picked presents with 4 festive parcels and 5 sensational single casks – including the return of a peaty favourite, not to mention our beloved bourbon, a special occasion Old & dignified malt plus two new distilleries (cognac and rye whiskey).

Shop the new Outturn online now >

Discover more about C3.1 and read new reviews on our blog > 

The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults, 87 Giles Street, Leith EH6 6BZ

Contact: sales@smws.com or call 0131 555 2929 (Mon-Fri 9am-4.45pm). Visit the Society at here for membership information

This is your chance to join and to take advantage of their great offers!

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