Here you can see our latest whisky releases for November 2023.
The latest Whisky releases for November 2023 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.
A special seasonal release from the Macallan, celebrating Hogmanay – new year in Scotland. Created in collaboration with Chinese artist Nini Sum, it evokes Sum’s early memories of the New Year celebrations. This limited-edition whisky was matured in both ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks, imparting aromas of honeysuckle, fruit cake and toasted coconut on the nose, leading to a more sherried influenced palate.
Two branded rocks glasses are presented alongside Nikka's entry-level whisky from Miyagikyo distillery. Light in body, yet full of flavour, this is an excellent introduction to Japanese whisky. Elegantly fruity with a sherry-cask character.
The Ancestors’ Reserve forms a part of Glenrothes’ exclusive travel retail range. This single malt was matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks for a minimum of 25 years. There are abundant fruity aromas of lemon zest, plum and apricot on the nose, complemented by sweet sherried notes of date, walnut and raisin on the palate.
To celebrate the Year of the Dragon, world renowned Taiwanese-American artist James Jean has created this limited-edition design that decorates the bottle and gift box of Johnnie Walker Blue Label. There are aromas of chocolate-covered-hazelnuts and caramel on the nose, complemented by notes of honeycomb, smoked cinnamon bark and hints of vanilla on the palate.
Rampur’s Sangam, meaning ‘confluence’ in Hindi, reflects the fact that this release is a blend of different whiskies from around the world, including its own Indian single malt. There are notes of dried apricot, stewed orchard fruit, salted chocolate and subtle hints of peat on the palate.
The oldest ongoing expression in the Benriach portfolio, this release takes inspiration from a time when peated malt from Speyside was lesser-seen, but Benriach made the choice to distil small amounts of peated spirit – sourcing its peat from the Highlands. This impressive single malt has been matured for four decades in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-port casks. There are aromas of honey and grapefruit, followed by peach and plum on the nose, leading to notes of dark chocolate, strawberries and charred oak on the palate.
Made in collaboration with artist Raku Inoue to celebrate the Lunar new year. This limited-edition gift box depicts a hybrid animal of the distillery’s famous stag and a wood dragon. This 21-year-old whisky was finished in Caribbean rum casks, imparting aromas of beeswax, milky coffee and orchard fruit on the nose, leading to notes of orange peel, coconut and clove on the palate.
Part of the Glenfarclas Family Cask series, this 31-year-old whisky was distilled in 1987, matured in a refill sherry butt and released in winter 2018. There are delightful aromas of sandalwood, orange marmalade and juicy mango on the nose, leading to notes of raisin, dried meat, leather and stewed fruit on the palate.
A winter-release from one of Speyside’s best-loved distilleries. This Glenfarclas 1988 was matured in a single refill sherry butt and bottled in 2018 as part of the distillery’s Family Casks series. There are classic notes of dark chocolate, dried fruit, freshly ground coffee, toasted oak and hints of cracked black pepper on the palate.