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Scotch Whisky

Scotch Whisky

"I'll have a Scotch." How many times have you heard that phrase uttered and stopped to think about what it actually means?


It's not a style of whisky and it is not a single brand; it is simply whisky that has been made & matured in the nation of Scotland. Scotland has a long and storied history of making whisky with the first written evidence of it appearing in 1494, although it is thought that whisky was being produced long before that. Since then Scotland has pioneered the art of whisky making gaining praise around the world.


To protect the good name of Scotch whisky and to ensure the high standards that have been set are adhered to there are several laws that must be followed in order to make Scotch whisky - with the main point stating it can only be made in Scotland. Currently there are only five different kinds of whisky that can be made in Scotland; Single malt, Single Grain, Blended Malt, Blended Grain and Blended Whisky (a mixture of malts and grains). You can find out more about all these different styles of whisky in their respective sections of the website.


Scotch whisky is enjoyed all over the world; from London to Lisbon and from Troon to Tokyo so next time you hear someone ask for a "Scotch" keep it mind that it all comes from a very small nation in the North Atlantic Ocean.


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This release of Ballechin has been matured in a single bourbon cask #278 for 10 years and bottled in October 2018 at natural cask strength (hence the name).
This is a double distilled Benrinnes finished in a first fill Oloroso sherry butt for 36 months.
Previously bottled as a 'Mystery Cask' for our Blind Tasting Competition with Berry Bros and Rudd in 2019.
RMW Exclusive
A small batch bottling of Caol Ila from the new 'Reserve Casks' range by Single Malts of Scotland.
The first ever bottling selected by attendees of our Whisky Fringe event! Over 1,500 people attended the festival in August 2019 and all tasters visiting the Berry Bros & Rudd stand were given thr ...
RMW Exclusive
Glen Elgin
This unnamed Islay single malt was distilled in 2008 and bottled 11 years later after spending some time in a fresh American oak barrique and a finish in a 2nd fill Oloroso sherry octave.
This release from Hunter Laing's Old Malt Cask range has been drawn from a refill hogshead containing whisky distilled in December 2008 at Talisker distillery on Isle of Skye.
Another terrific cask from the fine noses at Berry Brothers and Rudd. If you're a fan of whiskies with a big dash of wood smoke and brush then we'd recommend stocking up your whisky cabinet with somet ...
A single cask of Ardmore bottled by the Thompson Bros, 10 years old and bottled at cask strength of 50.5%.The bottle features easily one of the coolest labels we've come across in recent years designe ...
A fantastic whisky sourced and created in conjunction with Nauticus, which is our favourite new Leith pub.
RMW Exclusive
James Eadie's previous releases of Auchroisk have been highly rated by our staff and we definitely don't mind having another one!
A 10 year old Ardmore bottled by Signatory Vintage in their two tone copper foil series.
After an absence from the market, Ben Nevis 10 year old returns in this small batch form.
Ben Nevis
Another very interesting inclusion in Benriach's 14th batch of single cask releases.
A bottling from a single oloroso cask.
Benriach 2007
A single cask Benromach bottled exclusively for Edinburgh specialists. Distilled in 2008 and bottled from a first fill bourbon cask in 2018, this is classic example of Benromach with subtle peat, spic ...
Benromach pride themselves on making a traditional style of whisky, even using a little bit of peat smoked barley in their Speyside drams.
This is the first batch of Benromach's new Cask Strength release which replaces the very popular 10 Year Old 100 Proof.
Bottled in 2019 for the 'The Laddie Crew UK' as part of the distillery's Micro Provenance Series.This Bruichladdich has been matured for 11 years in a cask previously holding 'Premium French Wine'.
This edition of Bruichladdich is made exclusively with Bere barley grown in the Dunlossit Estate on the Isle of Islay, Bere-ly ten miles away from the distillery.
A unique limited edition whisky from Islay. This single malt was matured in oloroso sherry casks from almost all of its life, before finishing its maturation for around two years in PX casks.
A single cask Caol Ila bottled by the Thompson Bros from Dornoch. This is a great example from this Islay distillery offering notes of coaly, ashy characters with even some sweet biscuit notes.
Another terrific bottling of northern highlander Clynelish from the Pitlochry based Signatory Vintage.
Daftmill is one of the most exciting newer distilleries in Scotland. For their production, they use barley grown from their own fields to produce an excellent lowland style whisky.
If you ever have the chance to visit Deanston distillery we'd thoroughly recommend doing so.
Not only is Deanston one of the most unusual looking distilleries in Scotland, it has a reputation for releasing very interesting and unusual drams.
Some of the richest, most sherried whisky Edradour have bottled. A fantastic gift for someone who likes the richer, more Christmas cake style dram.
It's undeniable the huge influence a good quality ex-Sherry cask can have on a whisky, and this release of Edradour is a fine example of that.
Gordon and MacPhail's cask strength range are some of the best value for money orders around.
Bottled especially for the whisky festival in Campbeltown, this whisky has been matured in first fill bourbon casks and then finished in ruby port casks.
Glen Scotia
This 10 year old, first-fill bourbon cask was the youngest to be selected for the first batch of Glenallachie's single cask releases.
Glenlossie is major contributor to many of Diageo's blends and not often seen as single malt.
A great miniature of a heavily peated whisky from an undisclosed distillery located on south coast of Islay, one of the very few which still malts their barley.
A small batch release from Inchgower, chosen by the team at James Eadie. This light, fresh dram has been matured in first fill ex-bourbon barrels adding a sweet and rich quality to the already light w ...
This 2008 vintage is the first release in Kilchoman's 'Founder's Cask' range. Over the next five years they will be releasing five different single casks, each chosen by a different member of the Will ...
Matured in a single sherry cask which produced 309 bottles, the sherry elements in this single malt have not dominated the fine Speyside spirit.
A Mannochmore bottled by the good folks at James Eadie. This whisky has been matured for 11 years and was finished for 7 months in a first fill Pedro Ximenez sherry hogshead.
A young and punchy release of Mortlach from Signatory. Bottled at 59% ABV and without any added colouring or chill-filtration; as per the norm for this delighful range.
The third 10 Year Old release of Octomore, distilled in 2008 from 100% Scottish grown Optic barley peated to 167ppm.
Strathmill isn't one of Scotland's most known distilleries, and that's why we're very excited by this single cask release from James Eadie.

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