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This Speyside malt is like a herbal garden walk, followed by a long glass of freshly squeezed home-made lemonade.


This Islay malt is like enjoying smoked haddies for breakfast at your weekend bothy.


This Speyside 12 year old lifts the tastebuds, adds a spring to the step and is like visiting the local baker for fresh cakes.


The place of production is the country of Fuefuki, an area rich in nature and raw materials surrounded by the mountains : to the north and west two national parks, to the south the majestic Mount Fuji. In this valley there are concentrated spring waters that emerge by crossing the subsoil with its porous washing stones.

A gin capable of conveying the Japanese Zen spirit, bringing the human being in peace and harmony with the elements


The whisky has been matured in American oak casks before undergoing secondary maturation in French oak Pinot Noir barrels from Kerr Cellars, Kerr’s Napa Valley winery, for up to six months.

Kerr said: ‘The French Oak Pinot Noir casks we shipped to Loch Lomond Whiskies’ cooperage previously held some of our most highly rated red wine and I can’t wait for golfers and whisky fans to discover the superb single malt scotch that they have helped produce.’

Colin Matthews, CEO of Loch Lomond Whiskies, said: ‘Since Cristie launched Kerr Cellars she has applied the same rigour and pursuit of excellence she displayed in golf to producing some of the world’s best wines.

Bottled at 48.14% abv, the whisky is said to contain notes of ‘green apple, kiwi fruit and lime citrus’ with ‘mouth-watering fruit and warming ginger spice’ on the finish.

The 2002 vintage was chosen to commemorate Kerr’s first LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) tour win in the same year.

The Vintage 2002 is Loch Lomond’s latest release in a series of golf-associated whiskies, after a five-year contract was signed last year making Loch Lomond the official spirit of the Open, Women’s British Open and Ladies Scottish Open.


This is a delicious whisky from Tullibardine, released in 2013. It sees the Highland whisky finished for 12 months in 228-litre Red Burgundy wine casks from Chateau de Chassagne Montrachet.


A remarkable release from the Singleton of Dufftown. This single malt combines whiskies matured for an impressive 25 years in a combination of sherry oak and ex-bourbon casks, expertly hand-picked from the Dufftown's older stock by its Master of Malts, Maureen Robinson, and her team. The whiskies are then harmonised in toasted American oak casks, in what the team dub the 'Trinity Cask Harmony' process. A beautiful symphony of distilling prowess and cask influence, this is an exquisite expression!


30 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the fabulous Glen Keith Distillery, bottled up for Douglas Laing's Extra Old Particular range. This one was matured in a refill butt for three decades, from July 1991 to September 2021, before eventually being bottled at 50.8% ABV, with an outturn of only 427 bottles. Snazzy bottles they are, too.


An indie bottling of single grain Scotch whisky from the Cameronbridge Distillery, and a rather well-matured one at that! This expression was distilled back in January 1978 and aged in a single refill barrel for a huge 43 years before being bottled in September 2021. A release of just 200 bottles.


The Singleton's most indulgent whisky. At 39 years old, this whisky is approaching four decades in the making and only 1,695 bottles have been released of this extra-long double maturation whisky. Emerging from the oak after a 39-year quest to epitomise the intensity and lavishness of exquisite European wines through whisky flavour, is a Single Malt Scotch unlike any that has come before it. Rich and succulent blackberries burst onto the palate, while a sumptuous whisper of crumbled muscovado sugar leaves the taste buds tantalised. The result, a rare vintage resounding with depth and complexity for an unparalleled taste experience.


Talisker 30 YEAR OLD, a rare expression, being re-released in limited quantities after the last bottling in 2017 celebrates the summit of Skye. Not unlike the anticipation of the journey to the top of The Cuillin, where majestic views await, Talisker 30 too provides a rare invitation to only a few to reach the very pinnacle of the range, where true character awaits. An elegant and complex expression with Talisker hallmarks of pepper and smoke in a softer and subtler way.

As the land rises, the elements quieten. Smooth smoky clouds swirl and part around peppery peaks. A powerful tranquility reveals the rich beauty of the rugged island.

Made By The Sea. From rugged coastlines and beastly storms, to warming sunbeams and soaring skies, the Isle of Skye powers through our veins and invigorates our souls. Unpredictable elements meet untainted beauty to create a spirit as wild as our island, so raw yet so refined.