A word about our Scotch collection

We are extremely proud of our Single Malt Scotch Whiskey collection. It is not simply the number of offerings that you may choose from (around 75), but the range, quality and diverse distilleries that they originate from that makes our collection arguably one of the finest that you will ever find anywhere. 

We have divided the Scotch by the six distinct regions of Scotland in which the distilleries are located. These regions; Lowlands, Highlands, Cambeltown, Island, Islay & Speyside each are known in their own right and impart distinct flavors upon the products that originate from their district. 

We have spent much time assembling this collection to include unique offerings that represent the many flavors created by the various malts, the aging process, & barrel variety.

Please note that our selection may change as we find new favorites, & unfortunately as some of our rare finds fade into history.

Enjoy!


speyside

Generally these whiskies tend to be smoky and full bodied; many are aged totally in sherry casks and have a sweetness unique to the Speyside region.

Aberlour 12yr 13.

Aberlour A’bunadh 20.

Balvenie DoubleWood 12yr 17.

Balvenie Sherrywood 15yr 26.

Balvenie PortWood 21yr 50.

Compass Box Peat Monster 16.

Compass Box Oak Cross 15.

Compass Box Asyla 14.

Compass Orangerie 13.

Compass Hedonism 22.

Cragganmore 12yr 16.

Glenfarclas 17yr 20.

Glenfarclas 12yr 14.

Glenfiddich 12yr 13.

Glen Grant 10yr 14.

Glen Grant 16yr 20.

Glenrothes 1998 25.

Glenrothes Select Reserve 16.

Macallan 12yr 17.

Macallan Fine Oak 15yr 20.

Macallan 18yr 43.

Macallan 25yr 125.

Singleton 12yr 10.

The Glenlivet 12yr 12.

The Glenlivet French Oak 15yr 18.

The Glenlivet Nadurra 16yr 19.

The Glenlivet 18yr 21.

The Glenlivet Archive 21yr 35.

The Glenlivet XXV 25yr 66.

islay

Islay malts are very distinctive, drawing on the sea air that not only permeates the casks but also is responsible for the flavor from the peat. 

Ardbeg 10yr 14.

Ardbeg Uigeadail 19.

Bowmore Legend 11.

Bowmore 15yr 18.

Bowmore 25yr 64.

Bunnahabhain 12yr 16.

Lagavulin 16yr 22.

Laphroaig 10yr 15.

Laphroaig Cask 10yr 19.

highlands

One of Scotland’s most scenic regions, this land of rugged peaks & heather-covered moors is geographically the largest of the whisky regions. 

Aberfeldy 21yr 31.

Cardhu 12yr 13.
Dalmore 12yr 17.

Dalwhinnie 14yr 18.

Edradour 10yr 16.

Glen Garioch 12yr 16.

Glen Garioch Founders Reserve 12.

Glenmorangie 10yr 10.

Glenmorangie 18yr 20.

Glenmorangie Signet 41.

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12.

Glenmorangie Nectar D’Or 19.

Glenmorangie Lasanta 13.

Glenmorangie Elanta 23.

Mackinlay's Rare Old Journey  31.

Oban 14yr 19.

Old Pulteney 21yr 29.

lowlands

Generally soft, sweetish, fruity malts relying less on peat and water quality and more on the flavor of the malt itself. 

Auchentoshan Three Wood 18.

Auchentoshan 21 yr 24.

Glenkinchie 10yr 16.

Littlemill 12yr 31.

Rosebank 1991 (Closed in 1993) 54.

island

These scotch producing "Isles" are few in number & difficult to categorize. Briny & full flavored.

Highland Park 12yr 15.

Highland Park 18yr 25.

Jura 10yr 12.

Scapa 10yr Gordon & MacPhail 19.

Scapa 16yr 20.

Talisker 10yr 18.

campbeltown

Whiskeys from this region are briny, salty & sweet, drawing much of their flavor from the sea air.

Kilkerran 9.

Springbank 10yr 17.