New: Coleburn 1972 (G&M) / Benromach 45 Years / Signatory TWE exclusives

Longmorn / Mortlach / Glenlivet TWE exclusives

Signatory Vintage – Whisky Exchange exclusives

The Whisky Exchange has a long history with independent bottler Signatory Vintage and they’ve just presented the latest batch of exclusive bottlings in the Un-Chillfiltered range:

On sale Tuesday 8th September.


Coleburn 1972 - G&M 125th Anniversary

Coleburn 1972 (Gordon & MacPhail 125th Anniversary)

Gordon & MacPhail is celebrating its 125th Anniversary this year and they will celebrate with a 4-part series of very old expressions, bottled from the last remaining casks they have from rare distilleries.

The first release is a Coleburn 1972 cask #3511, bottled after 47 years of maturation in a single sherry puncheon, with just 363 bottles available. It comes at a stunning cask strength 62.4% ABV.


Benromach 45 Years

Benromach 45 Year Old

Benromach is about to release a 45 year-old and it looks like they will still use the old dumpy bottles for these kind of special releases. At least for now. It looks a little funny though with the old logo, I’m sure this will get an overhaul in the future.

It is bottled at 42.1% ABV and the label mentions rich sherry with fudge and citrus, milk chocolate and a delicate wisp of smoke.


Hunter Laing Hepburn's Choice

Hunter Laing Hepburn’s Choice

Hunter Laing presented a new design for its Hepburn’s Choice series. It looks quite refreshing, with a graphical style and bold colours that are rarely seen in whisky. Each colour represents a Scottish region. All bottlings are released at 46%, the first range includes 8-13 year old whisky.



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