Glen Keith 31 yo 1992 (47,5%, OB ‘Lost in Time’ 2023, first fill barrel #29851, 168 btl.)
Miltonduff 20 yo 2003 (49%, OB ‘Lost in Time’ 2023, first fill barrel #63397, 192 btl.)
Glentauchers 33 yo 1990 (51,9%, OB ‘Lost in Time’ 2023, refill barrel #5218, 108 btl.)

Ardnamurchan AD/09.22 Cask Strength (58,4%, OB 2022, bourbon + sherry casks, 18.000 btl.)
Ardnamurchan AD/08:18 (59,1%, OB cask #1058 for The Whisky Exchange 2024, first-fill Oloroso sherry butt #1058, 702 btl.)

Havana Club 11 yo (50%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2023, American white oak, 2400 btl.)
Ninefold 3 yo (62,2%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2023, bourbon cask, 207 btl.)
Renaissance 2019 (64,7%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2022, first-fill Léoville Poyferré finish#19145, 252 btl.)

Glen Grant 22 yo 2000 (57,1%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange 2022, first-fill sherry butt finish #1, 686 btl.)
Glentauchers 13 yo 2009 (64,1%, Signatory Vintage Un-Chillfiltered for The Whisky Exchange 2022, first-fill sherry butt #900314, 649 btl.)

Glen Keith 29 yo 1993 (54,3%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange 2022, hogshead #82789, 236 btl.)
Linkwood 25 yo 1997 (56,3%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange 2022, hogshead #7581, 212 btl.)
Ledaig 17 yo 2005 (65,2%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange 2022, refill sherry butt #90040, 460 btl.)

Highland Park 19 yo 2003 (51,8%, Maltbarn ‘The 26 #5’ 2022, bourbon cask, 48 btl.)
Auchentoshan 24 yo 1998 (52,6%, Thompson Brothers 2022, two refill barrels, 321 btl.)
Clynelish 10 yo 2011 (59,1%, The Whisky Exchange, bourbon barrel #800293, 205 btl.)
Nc’Nean AON 4 yo 2018 (57,1%, OB for Kirsch Import 2022, STR red wine cask #18-294, 309 btl.)
Williamson 12 yo 2010 (56,1%, The Whisky Firm 2022, sherry butt #143, 150 btl.)
Croftengea 14 yo 2007 (54,9%, Oxhead Classic Casks 2021, refill hogshead #52, 259 btl.)
Supersonic – Mach 3 – 2013 (55%, North Star Spirits 2021, sherry butts, 777 btl.)
Glen Moray 14 yo 2007 (52,4%, Dramcatcher 2022, bourbon barrel #6211, 54 btl.)
Ardmore 12 yo 2009 (51,4%, Dramcatcher 2022, hogshead #2624, 30 btl.)
Bunnahabhain ‘Staoisha’ 8 yo 2013 (59,1%, The Whisky Blues 2022, first fill barrel #838, 246 btl.)

Millstone 26 yo 1996 (42,4%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2022, Oloroso sherry cask #4152, 233 btl.)
Millstone 5 yo 2017 (54,7%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2022, Oloroso sherry cask #170444, 315 btl.)

Caol Ila 13 yo 2007 (55,6%, The Whisky Exchange 2021, hogshead #320247, 242 btl.)
Caol Ila 13 yo 2007 (57,8%, The Whisky Blues 2021, refill hogshead #320319, 160 btl.)
Caol Ila 12 yo 2009 (56,3%, Whisky Sponge 2022, second fill sherry butt, 374 btl.)
Caol Ila 10 yo 2012 (56,7%, Thompson Bros for Royal Mile Whiskies, dechar/rechar hogshead, 270 btl.)
Caol Ila 2010 (57%, Swell de Spirits 2022, Jamaican rum cask finish, 360 btl.)
Caol Ila 7 yo 2014 (59,1%, The Whisky Exchange 2021, hogshead #311507, 251 btl.)

Chichibu 2015 (59,5%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2021, bourbon cask #5262, 233 btl.)
Chichibu 2014 (59,5%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2021, IPA beer cask #11049, 261 btl.)
Chichibu 2014 (59,5%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2021, Chibidaru quarter cask #3508, 119 btl.)

Chichibu London Edition 2021 (51,5%, OB for The Whisky Show 2021, peated + unpeated, bourbon barrels, 1859 btl.)

Ardnamurchan 7 yo 2014 ‘peatless’ (57,1%, Whisky Sponge 2022, release 48C, first-fill barrel, 163 btl.)
Ardnamurchan 6 yo multivintage ‘peatyish’ (53%, Whisky Sponge 2022, release 48B, 163 btl.)
Ardnamurchan 6 yo 2015 ‘heavily peated’ (57,1%, Whisky Sponge 2022, release 48A, refill barrel, 163 btl.)
Ardnamurchan 5 yo 2016 ‘April Fool’ (53,2%, The Whisky Exchange 2022)

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Kilchoman 8 yo 2012 ‘Mezcal finish’ (52,8%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2021, single cask #828, 223 btl.)
Kilchoman 8 yo 2012 ‘Tequila finish’ (53,4%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2021, single cask #824, 247 btl.)

Caol Ila 11 yo 2010 (58,2%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange 2021, refill sherry butt #316662, 558 btl.)
Caol Ila 11 yo 2010 ‘Nobody ever sailed past me’ (58,1%, Whisky Facile 2021, refill sherry butt #316624, 515 btl.)

Ardbeg 20 yo 2000 ‘An ever-changing world of order’ (57,2%, TWE for Whisky Show 2020, bourbon barrel #1087, 247 btl.)

Glen Keith 26 yo 1993 (56,6%, Signatory Vintage for The Whisky Exchange ’20th Anniversary’ 2019, hogshead #82779, 217 btl.)

Glen Scotia 12 yo 2007 ‘Grand Tour single cask’ (54,6%, OB for The Whisky Exchange 2019, first-fill bourbon cask #204, 209 btl.)

Clynelish 14 yo 2005 (51,8%, Gordon & MacPhail ‘Connoisseurs Choice’ for TWE 20th Anniversary 2019, refill sherry hogshead, 224 btl.)

Ben Nevis 22 yo 1996 (51,6%, The Whisky Exchange ‘Magic of the Casks’ 2019, refill sherry butt #1465, 519 btl.)
Caol Ila 9 yo 2009 (58,7%, The Whisky Exchange ‘Magic of the Casks’ 2019, Gonzalez & Byass cask #316103, 308 btl.)
Imperial 23 yo 1995 (45,2%, The Whisky Exchange ‘Magic of the Casks’ 2019, third-fill bourbon barrel #7896, 125 btl.)
Speyside Malt 45 yo 1973 (45,1%, The Whisky Exchange ‘Magic of the Casks’ 2019, refill sherry butt #6, 549 btl.)

Four single malts with personalised labels:
Glen Elgin 12 yo (49,6%, The Whisky Exchange 2019, bourbon barrel, 306 btl.)
Imperial 21 yo (46,8%, The Whisky Exchange 2019, refill hogshead, 294 btl.)
Highland single malt 18 yo (48,4%, The Whisky Exchange 2019, refill hogshead, 276 btl.)
Caol Ila 10 yo (51,2%, The Whisky Exchange 2019, refill hogshead, 294 btl.)

Old Perth 12 yo 2004 (43,9%, Morrison & MacKay 2017, single cask, bottling No. 1, 666 btl.)
Blair Athol 28 yo 1988 (54,5%, Signatory Vintage 2016, refill sherry butt #6843, 567 btl.)
Glenrothes 19 yo 1997 (51,8%, Whisky-Fässle 2016, sherry butt)
Ledaig 10 yo 2007 (54,8%, Claxton’s for Anverness 2017, bourbon hogshead + Oloroso octave #1715AV1-700641)
Strathisla 36 yo 1979 (46,0%, Signatory Vintage 2016, refill butt + 74 months Oloroso finish #1536, 262 btl.)
Glenrothes 20 yo 1997 (51,3%, The Whisky Agency for The Whisky Exchange 2017, sherry butt, 360 btl.)

Strathisla 40 yo 1977 (48,5%, Gordon & MacPhail ‘Book of Kells’ for The Whisky Exchange 2017, refill American oak hogshead #387, 191 btl.)

Benrinnes 20 yo (50%, The Whisky Exchange ‘Time series’ 2016, bourbon cask, 280 btl.) – 85/100
Benrinnes 20 yo 1995 (51,1%, Single Malts of Scotland 2016, hogshead #9057, 281 btl.) – 87/100
Benrinnes 18 yo 1997 (52,2%, Whisky-Fässle 2016, hogshead) – 86/100

Foursquare Criterion (56%, OB ‘Exceptional Cask Selection’ for The Whisky Exchange 2017, 2000 btl.)

Glenrothes 26 yo 1989 (53,8%, The Single Malts of Scotland 2016, refill hogshead #8172) – 87/100
Glenrothes 30 yo 1986 (61,4%, Gordon & MacPhail for The Whisky Show Old & Rare 2017, refill bourbon barrel #20235, 62 btl.) – 90/100

Balblair 30 yo 1986 (49,5%, Gordon & MacPhail ‘Cask Strength’ for The Whisky Exchange 2017, refill sherry hogshead #12649, 48 btl.) – 90/100

Imperial 20yo 1995 (50,8%, Signatory Vintage ‘Un-Chillfiltered’ for The Whisky Exchange 2016, hogshead #50252, 232 btl.) – 87/100

Karuizawa 11yo ‘Spirit of Asama’ (48%, The Whisky Exchange 2012, vatting) – 82/100
Karuizawa 11yo ‘Spirit of Asama’ (55%, The Whisky Exchange 2012, vatting) – 85/100

Longmorn 39yo 1969 (57,7%, Gordon & MacPhail for TWE 2009, cask #5305) – 91/100

Port Askaig, a new brand by Speciality Drinks / The Whisky Exchange

With the current rate of the British Pound, I decided to place an order at The Whisky Exchange, which has a huge choice of current as well as older bottlings. Not to forget their excellent range of Single Malts of Scotland releases.