TheWhiskyBarrel.com launches its latest exclusive scotch whiskey – Glenlivet 11 Year Old 2007, Signatory 66.8% Single Cask #900134. Hand-picked by ourselves this is a fine follow up to the very popular release from 2017.Read More
Gin lovers everywhere will be happy to know that ‘World Gin Day’ is returning for its tenth year on Saturday the 9th of June 2019. So we have put together our top five Scottish gins of the moment to tempt and inspire you.
The Whisky Barrel attends the launch event for Daftmill Distillery’s very first scotch whiskey – Daftmill 12 year old 2005 Inaugural Release. We are thrilled to see this local distillery place itself on the scotch whiskey map and we were delighted to be part of this launch.
Two brand new exclusive single cask single grain whiskies exclusive to The Whisky Barrel. Ideal whisky gifts for birthdays or anniversaries. Dumbarton 30 year old 1988 Sovereign and Invergordon 40 year old 1978 Sovereign from Hunter Laing & Co. Great grain whisky at great value only at TheWhiskyBarrel.com
TheWhiskyBarrel.com is delighted to release our exclusive GlenDronach 25 Year Old 1993 Cask #658. Single Sherry Butt. Just 552 bottles at 59.3%. Much sought after luxury scotch whiskey.
A second exclusive Hampden Rum for TheWhiskyBarrel.com. This time from Hunter Laing’s Kill Devil label, Hampden 10 year old 2007 single cask Jamaican rum, 64.1%. More Rum Funk!
An exclusive Hampden Rum for TheWhiskyBarrel.com. Hampden 17 year old 2000 single cask Jamaican rum, barrel #31 at 56.4%. Bringing ‘funk’ to Scotland via Berry Bros & Rudd.
Balblair Distillery release all new vintage scotch whiskey – the 1991 Vintage and 2000 vintage. We taste these lovely drams alongside the 2005. A fine trio of scotch whiskey from a superb Highland Distillery.
At The Whisky Barrel we have something very special for 2018. An exclusive bottling from one of Scotland’s most famous Islay distilleries. It’s a mystery malt so we can’t be exact but we can tell you that it is packed full of that famous Islay peat flavour. Casks like this one don’t appear very often so we snapped up the chance to get this bottled exclusively for customers of The Whisky Barrel.
Part 1 of our feature blogs looking at Scotland’s independent scotch whiskey bottling companies. For Part 1.1 we take a closer look at our chums at Morrison & MacKay – the people behind the Carn Mor and Old Perth labels and part of the brand new distillery at their new site, Aberargie Distillery. #IndyScotchWhisky