Here you can see our latest whisky releases for January 2024.
The latest Whisky releases for January 2024 will be updated on a daily basis so be sure to keep checking in for the latest whisky products released this month. To see last month’s whisky releases, click here.
Established in 1898 under the initial name of Glen Grant No.2, Caperdonich distillery experienced a brief period of production until it ceased operations in 1902. However, in response to the increasing demand for Glen Grant malt, it was reopened in 1965, before closing for good in 2002. This Speyside single malt was matured in a refill sherry butt and proffers notes of blackberries, milk chocolate, orchard fruit and toasted hazelnuts.
Another great addition to Annandale’s Man O’ Words series, which celebrates the renowned Scottish poet Robert Burns. This single malt was matured in a cask which previously held dry Fino sherry. This maturation results in aromas of toasted walnut and orchard fruit on the nose, with stewed fruit, hazelnut and cinnamon on the palate.
This release combines Raasay’s peated and unpeated spirit, matured in American rye whiskey casks and re-racked into Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry quarter casks. This delivered lashings of dried fruit character punctuated by peppery spice. This is a single malt with aromas of dried sultanas, milk chocolate shavings, salted caramel and ground nutmeg on the nose with an aromatic woody smoke and ground white pepper on the finish.
Around 99% of single malt from Glentauchers is used for blends, making this release all the more special. It was matured in a first-fill Amontillado sherry cask, imparting notes of almond biscotti, espresso and vanilla ice cream, with cinnamon and stewed fruit on the finish.
This single cask Cameronbridge was matured in a first-fill Amontillado sherry cask and bottled as part of the Connoisseurs Dram series. There are aromas of stewed fruit, milk chocolate and candied almonds on the nose, leading to walnut, cedar and shortbread on the palate.
This release from wine merchant turned whisky bottler, DH Global Spirits, was drawn from a single cask and bottled as part of its Connoisseurs Dram series. It was matured in a first-fill oloroso sherry cask, adding a rich complexity to the spirit’s smoky character.
This celebratory single malt comprises first fill American oak casks, hand-picked to celebrate the 200th anniversary of The Glenlivet. The fruity, lightly tropical character that made this Speyside distillery famous is present and correct with some added vanilla, coconut and almond notes from that good-quality white oak. A fitting way to mark the bicentenary of one of Scotland’s most iconic distilleries.
This set of fine malt whiskies has been curated to celebrate the 30th anniversary of famed indie bottler Adelphi. It contains one bottle each of the below:
Caol Ila 2016 1st Fill Oloroso – 7 years old
Glen Garioch 2011 First Fill Bourbon – 11 years old
Ben Nevis 2012 First Fill Oloroso – 10 years old -
Benrinnes 2011 First Fill Oloroso – 12 years old
Ardnamurchan 2014 First Fill Pedro Ximenez (Unpeated) – 9 years old
Spirit of Yorkshire 2018 First Fill Moscatel – 5 years old
Clynelish 2011 First Fill Barrel – 12 years old
Akkeshi 2018 First Fill Barrel (Peated) – 3 years old -
Smogen 2013 First Fill Barrel – 10 years old
North British 1987 Refill Barrel (Grain) – 36 years old
Imperial 1996 Refill Barrel – 27 years old
Bowmore 1997 Refill Oloroso – 26 years old
This big, bold and spicy single cask pays tribute to the rye whiskey heritage of Pennsylvania and looks to translate traditional recipes into the modern day. A mashbill of 95% rye and 5% malted barley brings plenty of spicy and fruity character.
Made under the tutelage of whiskey maker Dick Stoll, this bourbon has a mashbill of 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley and was bottled from a single cask without the use of chill-filtration. This is fruity and rich with a hint of pepper on the finish.
The Copperworks team are located on the waterfront in downtown Seattle where they approach whisky making from a brewer’s perspective and distil in pot stills from Scotland. This exclusive single cask expression was made from pale and caramelised malts which reflect the style and flavours of a Scottish ale. Aromas of rum cake, black pepper and orange peel fill the nose, leading to notes of caramel, walnut and leather on the palate with lingering black tea on the finish.
This exceptional whiskey takes everything we love about the classic Yellow Spot to new heights. At 23 years old, it’s a perfect example of cask and spirit working in harmony. Following initial maturation in bourbon barrels, this fruity pot still whiskey was filled into a single sweet Malaga cask. Over the years, the influence of this Spanish fortified wine has imparted a luxurious roundness to the palate along with notes of sultana, vanilla and warming oak. Limited to just 564 bottles, this unique Yellow Spot is available Exclusively at The Whisky Exchange.
A lovely gift set including a bottle of the famous Johnnie Walker Blue Label and a pair of stylish tumblers to enjoy it in. One of most famous super-premium blends, Johnnie Walker Blue Label is made up of the finest old-aged malt and grain whiskies. Its bold, multi-layered palate and silky texture is gained popularity across the globe and helped Blue Label to remain a firm favourite of the whisky world.
Jaywalk Heirloom Rye is a set of annual single-barrel releases from The New York Distilling Co. A project 13 years in the making, the mash bill includes 75% Horton Rye - a heritage variety which has not been commercially grown for around 200 years. A classic rich and spicy American rye whiskey, bottled at cask strength.