Distiller's Art

A tribute to the artisans in Scotland’s distilleries who year after year produce such wonderful spirits, the Distiller’s Art series is a range of single-cask bottlings showcasing the character of a region, or of a distillery in particular. Unadulterated with caramel or chill-filtration, these single malts are chosen from specially selected individual bourbon and sherry casks. The distinctive and striking design of the presentation both does justice to the quality of the whiskies inside and makes a Distiller’s Art bottling stand out on any shelf. Often from well-known distilleries with interesting finishes or age statements. Due to the limited nature of these releases please contact us for updated inventory.

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DB1213-NV
Caol Ila 7yr Built in 1846, Caol Ila is the largest of the eight distilleries scattered across the Isle of Islay on the west of Scotland. Caol Ila is... Read More

DB1243-NV
Dailuane 11yr William Mackenzie, a farmer from the Speyside town of Carron, built the Dailuaine distillery in 1852. Dailuaine derives from the Gaelic ‘An... Read More

DB1208-NV
Blair Athol 20yr The picturesque Pitlochry-based distillery lies close to Edradour and is unconnected with the simarly spelt town, Blair Atholl. Blair Athol... Read More

DB1248-NV
Inchgower 10yr The Inchgower distillery was founded as ‘The Great Distillery of Inchgower’ in 1871 by Alexander Wilson and Co. It was intended that... Read More

DB1204-NV
Ben Nevis 6 yr Ben Nevis sits just at the base of its namesake, Scotland’s highest mountain. A coastal distillery in the Western Highlands, Ben Nevis... Read More

DB1203-NV
Benrinnes 7 yr The original Benrinnes was sited almost a mile south-east of today’s distillery. Built on the Whitehouse Farm in 1826 by Peter McKenzie,... Read More

DB1198-NV
Laphroaig 15yr Laphroaig – pronounced La-froyg – is one of the most divisive Scotch whiskies, loved by those who enjoy its medicinal, smoky flavour , it... Read More

DB1276-NV
Jura 11 yr The only (legal) distillery operating on the island of Jura to the north of Islay. With less than 200 people living on the island, it’s at... Read More