Here you can see our latest Whisky releases June 2020.
These latest Whisky releases will be updated on a daily basis so be sure to keep checking in for the latest whisky products released throughout the month. To see last months whisky releases, click here.
A spicy rye whiskey from Wilderness Trail, made with a classic sweet mash and matured in a single barrel. Fruity aromas of ice cream, lemon curd, peppery spice and vanilla custard fill the nose. The palate offers notes of tobacco, dark chocolate, chilli flakes, orange peel and oak char that linger in the finish.
The sixth batch of 36-year-old single malt from Tomatin distillery has been matured in a combination of traditional oak casks and first-fill oloroso sherry butts. The palate offers notes of cardamom, vanilla and clove over a rich, malty background.
Distilled in 2007 at Edradour distillery, this 11-year-old Ballechin single malt has been matured in a single oloroso sherry cask before being bottled in sEPTEMBER 2018 for the distillery's Straight From The Cask series.
A 15-year-old peated Highland single malt from Crabbie that spent 15 years in sherry casks before being bottled. Aromas of pink grapefruit, sea breeze, burnt caramel and soft smoke fill the nose. The palate offers notes of pain au chocolat, aromatic smoke and crushed seashells that linger in the finish.
A 10-year-old Irish single malt from Gelston's that has been finished in first-fill bourbon casks, creating layers of creamy tropical fruit on the nose, alongside aromas of sultana, buttery oak and sweet milk chocolate. The palate offers notes of nectarine, banana, toast and honey that linger in the finish.
A 1983 Linkwood single malt from indie bottler Gordon & MacPhail's Private Collection, matured in a single refill American oak hogshead for 35 years, before being bottled in June 2019. Aromas of honey, vanilla, poached pears, zesty citrus and sweet marzipan fill the nose. The palate offers notes of tart lemon zest, charred oak, mixed herbs, sweet red apples and malted cereals.
A lovely gift pack that includes a bottle of Nikka From The Barrel, a pair of tumblers and a stylish cocktail jigger. Nikka from the Barrel is big-boned and bursting with character that works well on its own, with a drop of water, or even in a cocktail.
A limited edition gold-wrapped bottle of Johnnie Walker's Gold Label Reserve. Relaunched in 2012, it uses Clynelish as its core malt.
A limited-edition bottle of Johnniw Walker Gold Label Reserve, covered in gold lacquer to make it look like gold bullion, this bottle was released in 2012 when Johnnie Walker relaunched its Gold Label Reserve.
The third release in The Lakes Whiskymaker's Reserve series has been matured in a combination of Pedro Ximinez, Oloroso sherry, cream sherry and red wine casks. Rich, fragrant notes of spiced chocolate, toffee, incense, honeyed-figs and wood spice fill the palate.
The 2019 edition of Highland Park 25 Year Old single malt has been matured in a combination of ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks, creating layers of fruit and vanilla to the palate, amid waves of smoky peat.
A small bottle of Glenfiddich's excellent 18 year old single malt Scotch whisky. Great as a sampler before buying a big bottle.
A very highly-regarded aged blend from Whyte & Mackay, believed by many to be the best value of the range.
A very handsomely-presented 21 year-old version of the excellent Antiquary deluxe blended Scotch. Comprised of malts from Speyside, Highland and a small amount from Islay and grain from the Lowlands.
This Batch Strength release of Peat's Beast has been matured for nine months in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks, creating a layer of fruity spice amid the waves of rich peat smoke on the nose. The palate offers notes of dates, figs, seaweed, black pepper, burnt bracken and vanilla that linger in the finish.
A 2006 Distillery Exclusive single malt from Glenallachie, matured in a single ex-bourbon barrel for 12 years, before being bottled in October 2018.
A 1981 vintage Coleburn released by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail as part of the Rare Old series of whiskies. The distillery closed in 1985 and bottlings are now increasingly sought-after.
Distilled in 1985 at a mystery distillery on Islay, matured for 34 years and finished in an ex-Cognac cask, this edition of Peat's Beast was bottled in 2020. Aromas of sandalwood, treacle tart and sticky toffee pudding mingle with lime marmalade, heather honey and buttery toast on the nose. The palate offers notes of Turkish delight, peat smoke, tar, caramel, melon and vanilla panna cotta that linger in the finish.
A smoky addition to Bruichladdich's Cask Exploration series, Port Charlotte OLC:01 has been matured in a combination of ex-bourbon, ex-Syrah and ex-Vin du Naturel casks before being transferred into a parcel of oloroso sherry hogsheads from Bodega Fernando de Castilla. Aromas of peat smoke, figs, toffee and peach mingle with honey, mulled wine, dark chocolate and seashells on the nose. The palate offers notes of peat smoke, sherry-soaked raisins, figs, orange, black pepper and walnuts.
The third release in Arran's Explorers Series is named after the picturesque south coast of Kildonan and Pladda Island. Matured in a combination of sherry butts and puncheons, and finished in ruby port casks before being bottled at 21 years old. Aromas of candied orange peel, nectarine, parma violet and stewed summer fruits fill the nose. The palate offers notes of strawberry liquorice, fresh raspberries and ginger, with hints of hazelnuts and fresh fruit lingering in the finish.
An exclusive bottling of 1989 Glenallachie single malt, bottled in November 2018 after 29 years in a single hogshead, creating a rich, zesty character with notes of Christmas cake and clove-studded orange.
This 22-year-old Clynelish was bottled exclusively for The Whisky Exchange by Signatory Vintage. Fully matured in a refill sherry butt, this Highland single malt has a rich and fruity character, with notes of vanilla and toasted oak.
A combination of whisky aged in ex-Rioja casks and ex-bourbon casks for 16 years, Twisted Tattoo is inspired by the Viking legend of the Midgard Serpent, who wrapped himself around the world to bite his own tail, and features an image of the serpent by tattoo artist Colin Dale. Aromas of red berries, shortbread and sea salt fill the nose, complemented by notes of peppery malt, orange oil, vanilla, muffins and buttery toast.
A deluxe Royal Lochnagar, with a high proportion of long-aged sherried malt in the mix. Selected Reserve has a rich, fruity palate with notes of dried fruit, rich spices, roasted coffee beans and dark chocolate, a good after-dinner dram.
A malt whisky of unmistakable honey-rich maturity and depth.
The first single malt from The English Whisky Co to bear an age-statement, this milestone whisky has spent 11 years maturing in The English Whisky Co's warehouse. The palate is spicy and oaky, with notes of apple, cherries, tropical fruit, black pepper and ginger lingering in the finish.
Distilled in 2016, this single malt whisky from Yorkshire's Filey Bay has been matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in ex-Moscatel hogsheads, before being bottled in 2020. The palate is fruity and spicy, with notes of honeycomb, marmalade, dried fruits and cocoa.
The third release of Compass Box Double Single is a blended whisky made from 72% single malt, a 19-year-old Glen Elgin, and the remainder an older parcel of Girvan single grain. The result is a complex and rich, sweet and vanilla-led whisky that makes both a superb aperitif and after-dinner drink.
Another anniversary bottling for Delilah's! It's almost like they have a birthday every year... This special edition celebrates the Chicago bar's 25th year and owner Mike Miller has worked with Compass Box's John Glaser to create a suitable follow-up to their 20th birthday bottle. This takes some of that original edition, further aged, and combines it with a variety of other whiskies, including lots of sherry-matured spirit. The result is creamy and fruity with a backbone of dried fruit and spice.
A fresh and fruity blended whisky from Japan, this is Yamazakura's no-age-statement release. This has notes of orchard fruit, salted caramel and vanilla.
A 1989 Girvan single grain whisky from indie bottler Douglas Laing, matured in a single refill hogshead for three decades, before being bottled in December 2019 as part of its Old Particular range. Aromas of sponge cake with raspberry jam, spicy oak and tinned peaches fill the nose. The palate offers notes of vanilla cream, stewed fruits, lemon peel, orange zest and caramel popcorn.
A small batch bourbon from Wilderness Trail, made with a combination of up to 12 barrels. The palate offers notes of vanilla, black pepper and caramel.
Introduced to the Benromach line-up in 2015, this lusciously rich Speyside single malt is a fruity, chocolatey and lightly smoky dram that will delight fans of traditional styles.
Matured in a mixture of ex-sherry casks and ex-bourbon casks, with a greater emphasis on sherry than the Benromach 10 Year Old, this is a charming reflection of Speyside both past and present.
A smart packaging job for this distillery-bottled expression of Benromach 10yo, which has been a big hit since its introduction in late 2009. Well done to G&M for making the standard release strength 43%.
Initially launched as Brodir exclusively in global travel retail, Port Wood is aged initially in ex-bourbon barrels, before being finished in European oak ex-ruby port casks.
A 2006 Glen Moray single malt from the distillery's Cask Project series, matured in ex-Madeira casks for 13 years, before being bottled. Aromas of baked apple, pear, honey and soft spices fill the nose, complemented by notes of sultana, baking spices, brown sugar and cinnamon-baked apples.
The fourth batch of 2009 vintage Cask Strength single malt from Benromach, matured exclusively in first-fill casks. The palate offers notes of sherried raisins, dark forest fruits, dark chocolate, black pepper and clove-studded oranges.