To celebrate Burns Night, the most important night for all Scots around the world, we present our most exciting collection - five whiskies showcasing five different regions and five different flavor profiles! An old & dignified Lowland Cask G8.10 A trumpet blast in the barrel will provide a classy opening salvo whilst the young & spritely Highland Cask 94.6 Making hay while the sun shines packs a punch suitable for heavy appetizers. The sweet fruity & mellow Campbeltown Cask 93.118 Aladdin’s Cave strikes a perfect chord with a seafood-based intermezzo and sets up the deep, rich & dried fruits Speyside Cask 9.169 Enthralling and enchanting to drive home the haggis. Our peated Islay Cask 53.304 Rose petals on a rock pool offers just enough smoke to balance out the sweetness of dessert and bring the evening to a sophisticated close. So pour a glass (or five!) and toast to Rabbie Burns and the spirit of Scotland!


Cask No. G8.10 - A trumpet blast in a barrel
Date distilled: June 1989
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 29 years
Alcohol: 57.5%
Region: Lowland

Cask No. 94.6 - Making hay while the sun shines
Date distilled: April 2011
Cask: Second-fill barrel
Age: 8 years
Alcohol: 65.3%
Region: Highland Eastern

Cask No. 93.118 - Aladdin’s cave
Date distilled: June 2007
Cask: First-fill barrel
Age: 11 years
Alcohol: 57.6%
Region: Campbeltown

Cask No. 9.169 - Enthralling and enticing
Date distilled: April 1996
Cask: First-fill Pedro Ximenez hogshead
Age: 23 years
Alcohol: 56.4%
Region: Speyside Spey

Cask No. 53.304 - Rose petals on a rock pool
Date distilled: September 2007
Cask: Refill hogshead
Age: 11 years
Alcohol: 59.5%
Region: Islay

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