We search high and low to bring you the best whiskies, at competitive prices, to the shores of Loch Fyne. Listed below are the products that we have just reduced in price for you, so snap up a bargain while they last!
The third and final release in the Vintner's Trilogy from Bowmore, this Islay single malt is double matured, first in bourbon barrels for 13 years followed by another 14 years in port pipes.
WAS £50 - Lagavulin was founded in 1816 by local farmer John Johnstone and is one of the whiskies which made drinking peated whisky popular the world over.
WAS £78 - A new blend from Suntory that brings to life the harmony of Japanese nature and craftmanship. A delicate and well balanced expression that is both subtle and complex. A blend of more than 10 malt and grain whiskies to create a harmony of flavours and aromas.
WAS £75 - This is the modern interpretation of the Macallan style for which the distillery is so well known – refined, rich, and rounded with plenty of sherry cask influence.
WAS £135 - Drawn from casks once containing premium Caribbean rum. Once matured for 21 years this expression settles for 4 months in Gran Reserva barrels, before careful selection.
Limited edition 17 year old Island single malt celebrating the summer solstice, presented at a strength of 52.9% abv. The second and final release in The Dark & The Light series from the Orkney distillery.
WAS £59 - Born from the fires of the trailblazing Girvan Distillery, Ailsa Bay is an incredibly well balanced single malt whisky.
Famous for its sherry cask whiskies, the distillery was built in 1825 by a group of locals, and was bought by Billy Walker of BenRiach distillery in 2008.
WAS £40 - Whisky found under the ice of the Antarctic from Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1907 expedition to the South Pole, now masterfully recreated by Richard Paterson.