1 2 and 3 follows January

1 2 and 3 follows January

With January safely in the bag, it's definitely time to announce three new batches of whisky, and it's a one, two and three with a brand new label for our first ever Blended Malt #4, a second batch from The English Whisky Company and a third batch from Tormore.

Another brilliant new label from Emily for our first batch of Blended Malt #4. Following on from our Blended Malts #1 and #3 the label features our terrific teaspoon in the guise of Superspoon! That's right, it's a secret teaspooned malt, a young and feisty 6 Year Old bottled at 53.6% abv. There are just 625 bottles for this batch, but can you tell which distillery from this label? No, not at all, because there's not even the slightest of clues hidden here, or is there? We shalln't tell! Expect to find cream soda, dessert wine grapes and some bramley apple tartness on the palate. There's a hot peppery kick but it quickly sweetens with vanilla buttercream.

Next up is our second batch from The English Whisky Company. The Norfolk distillery turned eleven at the end of December, and it has been growing in stature year by year, leading the charge of whisky distilleries in England's green and pleasant land. Our latest batch is an 8 Year Old release of just 845 bottles, and you can expect a fruity smoke bomb from this bottling! After the initial hit of sooty smoke there are sweet white grapes with lemon zest, but they’re quickly engulfed in a sweet peaty smoke while hints of butterscotch mints follow.

It's been sometime since our last batch from Speyside's Tormore distillery, almost 3 years to be precise, but we're sure our third batch, a 21 Year Old release, will be well worth the wait. Just 149 bottles of this elegant single malt. With notes of baked apples, meadow grasses and vanilla creams on the nose, the palate is fresh and zesty. Glorious Tormorious!

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This tempting trio of tasty treats are available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail prices:

  • Blended Malt #4 Batch 1, 6 Year Old - £47.95
  • English Whisky Batch 2, 8 Year Old - £48.95
  • Tormore Batch 3, 21 Year Old - £92.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Taringa Whakarongo!

Taringa Whakarongo!

We've three tantalizing treats to tell you about today, so listen up and pay attention! New Zealand! Islay! Speyside!

We've always stated we go to great lengths to uncover wonderful whiskies from around the world, and today demonstrates just how far we go with the launch of our first ever batch of single malt from the land of the long white cloud, Aotearoa, or New Zealand to you and me. If we had travelled any further, I think we would have been on our way home (along the underside of this flat earth we live on)

Dunedin's Willowbank Distillery was founded in 1974. It was the most southerly distillery in the world and in its heyday produced the highly regarded brands of Milford and Lammerlaw. Sadly the distillery closed in 1997, so we're incredibly excited about our first new label of 2018. Our 17 Year Old is a release of just 307 bottles. It's a rich fruity malt with a backdrop of blackberry, blackcurrants and blueberry muffin.

Our fourth batch from Islay's Bunnahabhain distillery is a 35 Year Old, and our oldest release to date. If you were lucky enough to have one of our Advent Calendars you would have found a sample of this hiding behind door number 14. A release of just 302 bottles this long aged malt is delicate and sophisticated with aromas of tobacco and chamois leather interplaying with a medley of fruit.

Lastly, and a little later than expected, is our tenth batch from Macallan. Yes, we know we released batch 12 at the end of last year, but hey, haven't you ever slept in and was late for work? Well this is exactly what happened to this batch, but like all good children, it came in with a note from its Mum. A release of just 233 bottles, this 26 Year Old Speysider was another of our Advent Calendar drams hiding behind door number 23, and has a fresh, mally, fruity style.

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This trio of treats are available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail prices:

  • Willowbank Batch 1, 17 Year Old - £143.95
  • Bunnahabhain Batch 4, 35 Year Old - £234.95
  • Macallan Batch 10, 25 Year Old - £499.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Note: Taringa whakarongo! comes from the All Black Haka and translates as Let your ears listen

A closer look at the Glenlossie Distillery

A closer look at the Glenlossie Distillery

Glenlossie is a beautiful distillery in Speyside, with a splendid pagoda* roof to the old kiln, and stunning onion-shaped stills. 

It was founded in the latter half of the 1800s, and since the early 1900s, it has been closely associated with Haig’s blended whisky, so it is rarely seen as a single malt. The only official bottling is a 10 Year Old, from Diageo’s flora and fauna range, first released in 1990, although there was a ‘Manager’s Choice’ single cask from 1999 was released in 2010. But what else do you know about this distillery?

*although often referred to a pagoda roof, it’s technically it’s not a pagoda, the correct term is cupola. Go on, Google it and look at the pictures!

About the distillery
A former manager of the Glendronach distillery, John Duff, along with a few of his friends, founded the Glenlossie distillery in 1876. The distillery was designed to be independent of steam power, utilising the local water source to fill a reservoir above the distillery which was used to drive a large water-wheel.

The distillery takes its name form the valley of the river Lossie, and is situated less than a mile away from the river, and just south of Elgin. There are seven other distilleries situated within a 2.5 mile radius from the Glenlossie distillery: BenRiach, Glen Elgin, Glen Moray, Linkwood, Longmorn, Mannochmore, and Miltonduff.

In 1896 John Duff broke from the original partnership, and one of the partners, along with his nephew, formed the Glenlossie-Glenlivet Distillery Company Limited. They embarked on a programme of expansion and improvements which included building a railway siding for the plant.

Extensions or improvements to the distillery were made in almost every year up until the start of the First World War when distillery was closed by Government order to conserve barley. It remained silent until it was taken over by The Distillers Company Limited in 1919.

Water power was used to run the distillery right up until the First World War. When production restarted in 1919, it was converted to steam power.

The distillery was extensively damaged in a fire in 1929, but was quickly rebuilt and production resumed. However, the fire marked the end of the Glenlossie-Glenlivet distillery company, and the distillery became part of the Scottish Malt Distillers, a subsidiary of DCL. 

Production stopped again in 1939 with the world at war, but production re-commenced shortly afterwards, and further expansion and refurbishment took place throughout the 1950’s, eventually converting the plant from steam power to electricity in 1960. The four hand-fired stills were converted to a mechanical stoker system too.

In 1962, DCL’s subsidiary Haig (The UK’s leading blended Scotch at the time, and the blend that accounted for almost all of Glenlossie’s malt) took over the distillery, and a third pair of stills were added to meet the demand.

In 1972 the stills were converted from coal-heating to steam heating from an oil fired boiler.

Today, there are three pairs of stills in the still room. The spirit stills are fitted with purifier pipes between the lyne arms and condensers. These increase reflux, carrying any heavier alcohols which have refluxed out in the lyne arm back into the body of the still to be redistilled. This setup gives the new make spirit a light and grassy character.

Glenlossie was has long been favoured among the blenders, and in 1974  was named one of the twelve ‘top class’ malts. It’s for this reason it’s not often seen as a single malt, and is a major contributor to Diageo’s blended scotch whiskies.

Did you know?
When Alfred Barnard visited the distillery in 1886 he recorded it as the Glen Lossie distillery. Checking local records from that period (thank you Dr. Morgan) it looks likely that Barnard reported the distillery incorrectly, as it is clearly known as the Glenlossie distillery in 1878

The fire engine used to fight the fire in 1929, built by Shand Mason & Co an 1862 is displayed at the Dallas Dhu Distillery museum. It was designed to be pulled by a pair of horses, the engine was driven by steam and could raise steam in about five minutes.

The site now houses two seperate distilleries. Mannochmore was built alongside the Glenlossie distillery in 1971.

Both distilleries share the same water supply; process water from the Bardon Burn, which has its sources in the Mannoch Hills, and cooling water is drawn from the Gedloch Burn and the Burn of Foths

When the Mannochmore distillery started production, the staff were shared between both distilleries, switching back and forth every six months or so. In 2007 this practice ceased, and since then both distilleries have been working full time.

A Dark Grains plant was built in 1969, and this doubled in size when Mannochmore was built. This plant turns the solid matter left over from the mashing and distillation processes into a high protein animal feed.

Further Investment more recently has seen the installation of a bioenergy plant that utilises around 30,000 tonnes of draff per year producing 3.4MW of thermal energy that power the two distilleries and the dark grains plant.

About our bottling(s)
We’re well known for our love of similes and metaphors (and plenty of other nonsense too!) so our label plays on Glenlossie’s well-known onion-shaped stills. The still on our label is actually made of an onion, and in keeping with our onion theme, we have a spring onion lyne arm and garlic-bulb condenser....of course! If you look closely, you’ll see a leek pretending to be the purifier.

We launched our first batch from Glenlossie back in January 2016, a release of just 118 bottles with no age statement. It became our 65th Boutique-y Whisky label, and was awarded a Bronze medal at the Independent Bottlers Challenge in 2016.  The second batch came out in September 2016, a 25 Year Old, bottled at 51.1% abv and a rather meagre batch of just 43 bottles!

Our most recent batch, a 17 Year Old, bottled at 48% abv, was announced just before Christmas. There are just 206 bottles with an rrp of £68.95

Tasting notes:
Nose: Cake mix with hints of desiccated coconut. Floral notes and dry grasses follow
Palate: Coconut creams, malty, grassy, and a peppery spice builds.
Finish: Malty, grassy, hints of anise, while the peppery spices linger.

                Batch 3, a 17 Year Old

                Batch 3, a 17 Year Old

              Just 206 bottles available of this 17 Year Old

              Just 206 bottles available of this 17 Year Old

                  Batch 2, a 25 Year Old, but just 43 bottles

                  Batch 2, a 25 Year Old, but just 43 bottles

                          Batch 1, a release of 118 bottles

                          Batch 1, a release of 118 bottles

This splendid Speyside single malt is available from fine retailers now. Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Tipples & Tiddlywinks: Checking in with Dr. Patrick Barrie

Tipples & Tiddlywinks: Checking in with Dr. Patrick Barrie

When That Boutique-y Whisky Company released its independently bottled 24 year old Cameronbridge single grain Scotch whisky, there was only one man who was deemed fit to grace its label: Dr. Patrick Barrie, the British titan of tiddlywinks. He recently checked in to update us on his fabulous successes this year, and to thank us for sending him the TBWC Advent calendar. 

“It was a very pleasant surprise. There was an informal gathering of a dozen top tiddlywinks players in Nottingham last weekend, and I let them take ‘pot-luck’ at choosing a whisky from it.” Ever the gentleman, Dr. Barrie and his tiddlywinks compadres clearly have impeccable taste.

A senior lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at Cambridge University, Dr. Barrie played his first game of Tiddlywinks at Cambridge as an undergraduate in 1984. If you told him at that time he would complete his PhD in Physical Chemistry from Cambridge in 1991, he’d probably be delighted and quite rightly proud of himself. If you had told him instead that he would end 2017 as the top rated tiddlywinks player in the world, he would probably have been rendered speechless, because... well... who wouldn’t?

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Yet, our good friend Dr. Barrie did in fact achieve this remarkable goal, in the same year that he became the eight-time Tiddlywinks World Singles Champion. With typical modesty, he kindly acknowledges the undoubted influence That Boutique-y Whisky Company had on his form, and also gives a nod to his main American rival, Larry Kahn.

For those unaware of the sport, it shouldn’t be understated what an achievement this is. Tiddlywinks may have a playful name, but it’s all about manual dexterity, strategy and tactics, as Dr. Barrie will attest to. A tournament situation means seven hours of hard concentration and skill, and to get that far takes years of practice. Even our current world champion claims it “took me four years of hard playing before I threatened to win anything, and it was seven years before I actually did”. 

What awaits in 2018 for Dr. Barrie, a man who makes bottle-fronting, advanced chemistry and world-class winking look easy? He told us he’s going to have to practice more so he has a shot at “retaining top spot for as long as I can”, and hopes to peak in late April, when he will need to defend both the World Singles title and the National Singles title. With typical self-effacement, Dr. Barrie ended his communication with, “It would be nice to keep at least one of these for another year.” The good doctor is already a hero to us here, and with the combination of his accomplishments and That Boutique-y Whisky Company’s support, hopefully more and more people will see him succeed. 
 

Just in time for Christmas!

Just in time for Christmas!

While many of you may be slowing down for Christmas, we're still flat out like lizards drinking (have you seen a lizard drinking? They're flat out!) We've got FIVE new releases to shout about today! You can count them all on one hand; four from Speyside and one from Islay.

First up, a new release from Auchroisk, our second batch is a 20 Year Old. Expect no zombie apocalypse from this one though. It has a softly floral nose with hints of raspberry and icing sugar sweetness. The palate is lightly sweetened, with custard creams, giving way to the tartness of cooking apples and clove spices. Just 162 bottles at 47.9% abv have been filled.

Now if you came to see us at The Whisky Show in October, you may well have discovered the next three as we bottled a few cases especially for you because you are very special. Oh yes you are!

Our third batch from Allt-a-Bhainne is a 22 Year Old. There are just 175 bottles of this release, bottled at 49% abv and you can expect a grassy malt, with heather honey, and citrus notes: orange juice, and lemon curd perhaps.

Another third batch, but this time from the Glenlossie distillery. This 17 year old Speysider has a nose giving cake mix with hints of desiccated coconut. while floral notes and dry grasses follow. There are just 206 bottles of this release to go round, it's bottled at 48.4% abv.

Our third batch from Miltonduff is rather special. There are just 149 bottles of this 28 Year Old gentle Speyside Single Malt. It's both floral and fruity. It reminds us of summer hedgerows. Its soft sweetness is balanced by spicy chili.

Our final announcement and last third batch of today hails from Islay. Release the peat! It's a 6 Year Old Caol Ila. It's oily with a Juicyfurit chewing gum sweetness. There are 372 bottles at 52.2% abv in this release.

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These are available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail prices:

  • Auchroisk 20 Year Old - £64.95
  • Allt-a-Bhainne 22 Year Old - £78.95
  • Glenlossie 17 Year Old - £68.95
  • Miltonduff 28 Year Old - £141.95
  • Caol Ila 6 Year Old - £51.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Our Port Ellen 33 Year Old Named Scotch Whisky Taste Master!

Our Port Ellen 33 Year Old Named Scotch Whisky Taste Master!

Our sixth batch of Port Ellen single malt won an enviable award from The Spirits Masters on Friday - Scotch Whisky Taste Master!

We're always very excited to add more awards to our already sizeable collection (not that we're bragging or anything - good heavens, no!), so it's with great pride to announce that we snapped up a big one at The Spirits Masters 2017 on Friday...

Our bottling of 33 year old single malt from the legendary Port Ellen distillery was named Scotch Whisky Taste Master! There is only one Taste Master awarded per competition to the spirit deemed best in its class, and our Port Ellen 33 Year Old was up against stiff competition, with over 200 entrants in the running for this coveted title. To say we're chuffed to bits would be an understatement!

A very excited Adam and Dave with a very award-winning whisky.

A very excited Adam and Dave with a very award-winning whisky.

Since we're talking about it, we reckon that it's probably worth revisiting the this glorious whisky's tasting note. You know. For scientific purposes only.

Nose: Smoky toffee, salty BBQ’d lemons and a damp earthy forest floor.
Palate: Rich, sweet, and smoky, Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit chewing gum, spicy citrus notes and a deep, earthy smoke.
Finish: Salty liquorice, a citrus tang and earthy peat that lingers for an eternity.

And that's not all! The 15th batch of our bottling of Invergordon single grain Scotch whisky also picked up a Master Medal at The Design & Packaging Masters! A bounty of brilliant awards!

These award-winning whiskies are available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail prices:

  • Port Ellen 33 Year Old - £999.95
  • Invergordon 42 Year Old - £106.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Another Macallan Bottled by our Fair Hands!

Another Macallan Bottled by our Fair Hands!

We've gone and bottled another new batch of Macallan single malt - it's a properly well-Sherried superstar!

Our independent bottling of single malt from the magnificent Macallan distillery have been much adored by many (and taken home a few awards, we might add!), so it's always exciting when we have a new batch to present to you lot. If you couldn't guess where this preamble was headed, we're going to spell it out for you...

Here's out newest bottling of Macallan single malt. It's 25 years old. It's bursting at the seams with Sherried brilliance. Only 31 bottles were produced. We're still not sure if the still on the label are actually that small or if the man is a giant. Ta-da, voilà, and other exclamations of that sort.

This mighty Macallan will be available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail price:

  • Macallan 25 Year Old - £497.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Behold, Our First Japanese and Swedish Whiskies!

Behold, Our First Japanese and Swedish Whiskies!

Love whiskies from far-off lands? You're in luck, as we've got our very first Japanese and Swedish whiskies ready for you!

We've got a pair of very exciting, hotly-anticipated whiskies to share with you lovely folks today - both of which come from far-off lands! If you consider yourself a bit of a whisky globe-trotter, these will be right up your alley...

First up is our Japanese Blended Whisky #1 - a 21 year old expression boasting plenty of sweet caramel and runny honey notes, with intriguing red chilli notes cutting through deftly. Japanese whisky has garnered quite the reputation in recent years, and our first ever bottling of Japanese whisky is an excellent example as to why. There's 940 of these available, and we reckon they'll be gone quick as a flash!

Secondly, we've got our first bottling of Swedish single malt from the Mackmyra distillery! Even at just three years of age, this is a complex dram with loads and loads of delicious fresh fruit notes. Only 220 bottles of this Swedish single malt was produced. Now, what's the Elvish word for friend, again?

These are available from fine retailers at the following recommended retail prices:

  • Japanese Blended Whisky #1 21 Year Old - £167.95
  • Mackmyra 3 Year Old - £127.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

Shower me with Sugar Lumps, Part 2

Shower me with Sugar Lumps, Part 2

Our Lovely Horse is back! Our inaugural release received much acclaim and was awarded Gold medals from The Irish Whiskey Masters 2017, and The International Spirits Challenge 2017 earlier this year. so we thought we'd best get onto a new batch as soon as possible.

This latest release of Irish Single Malt Whiskey #1 is a 13 Year Old and we’ve squeezed a whopping 2,200 bottles at 48.4% abv for our second batch.

With notes of banana custard, jasmine, and a subtle hint of saxophone solo on the label, Irish eyes will be smiling once more. So here's to me, and here's to you, and here's to love and laughter. Sláinte mhaith!

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This Irish Single Malt Whiskey #1 is available from fine retailers now with the recommended retail price of £59.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

We're 5 Today!

We're 5 Today!

Five years ago today, we announced our first four bottlings. Today we have 100 labels and have released over 230 batches, and are as passionate as ever about bringing great whisky to you.

Our first four batches hailed from two open distilleries, Ardbeg, and Macallan, and two long closed: Caperdonich and Port Ellen. Earlier this year we released our sixth batch of Port Ellen, and our next batch of Macallan will be number 10.

Did you know that there are 95 long-established single malt distilleries in Scotland? There’s a further 18 that have started making single malt since 2000, too. We’ve now bottled 59 of those established distilleries – there’s still a few to we’d like to get our hands on, and we're already working on that so watch this space!

Over the last five years we’ve managed to get our hands on some fabulous casks from long closed distilleries, and have released single malts from Brora, Littlemill, Port Ellen, Caperdonich and Ayrshire. It’s not all been Scotch whisky though. We’ve bottled whisky from around the world too, with single malts from Australia, England, Germany, India, Ireland, The Netherlands, and Switzerland, plus bourbon and rye whiskey from the United States.

And let’s not forget the wonderful single grain whiskies. Six of the seven Scottish single grain distilleries have found their way into our bottles (Cameronbridge, Girvan, North British, Strathclyde, Invergordon and Loch Lomond). We’ve also released whisky from five of the seven recently closed distilleries too; Cambus, Caledonian, Carsebridge, Garnheath, and Port Dundas.

We’ve also tried our hand at blending with and have released three blended Scotch whiskies,, simply Blend #1, #2 and #3, and a handful of Blended Malts; from our ‘tea-spooned’ Blended Malts #1 and #3 to our true Blended Malt #2 and Islay Blended Malts #1 and #2

Accolades have been plentiful, and this year has been our most successful to date, We’ve picked up numerous awards at major competitions with a Gold Medal at this year’s San Francisco Spirits Competition for our Blended Whisky #1, Batch 5.

At The International Spirits Challenge ceremony the Trophy for the best Grain Whisky was awarded to our 43 Year Old Invergordon, Batch 11. Golds were awarded to our Irish Single Malt Batch 1, Blended Whisky #1 Batch 3, Blended Whisky #1, Batch 5, Blended Whisky #2 Batch 2, and Invergordon Batch 11.  We picked up six silver medals too – quite the catch!

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The International Wine & Spirits Competition saw our latest batch of Port Ellen awarded Gold Outstanding, while our Blended Whisky #3. Batch 1, and Glenturret Batch 2 also picked up Golds. Three Silver-Outstanding, three Silver, and one Bronze completed the haul.

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And The Spirits Masters competitions yielded 3 Masters, one each for our Invergordon Batch 3, Blended Whisky #1 Batch 5, and Blended Malt #1 Batch 3, along with nine Golds and two silvers.

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This year we’ve also released a number of batches for the US market, spreading the Boutique-y Whisky love around the world. 

That’s not all: we’ve got plenty of new releases in the warehouse that we’ll be announcing throughout the rest of 2017, including some new batches and some exciting new labels. Even better, why not ring in the festive season with our Boutique-y Whisky Advent Calendar? Sample a Boutique-y Whisky every day during Advent, with a different 30ml dram behind every window.  Order yours now from our fine retailers!

 Boutique-y dram a day? Behold our Advent Calendar!

Boutique-y dram a day? Behold our Advent Calendar!

We’ve teamed up with our pals at Drinks by the Dram to present you with a box of liquid magnificence: a daily dose of splendiferous whisky in the run-up to Christmas in the form of That Boutique-y Whisky Advent Calendar!

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Back by popular demand, our Advent Calendar features 24 different 30ml drams, giving you the tastiest possible daily treat in the run-up to Advent.

But we’ve not tucked just any whisky behind each of those windows – from incredible single casks and irresistible single malts to blended malts and grains (and not one but TWO 50 year old whiskies), the assortment is extraordinary.

Where can I get my hands on this box of brilliance, we hear you cry?! Check out 31 Dover, Amazon and Master of Malt and make sure you’re all set to count down to Christmas in the best possible way.

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.

We've reached a century!

We've reached a century!

That's right! Today we can proudly announce our 100th line with the release of our first ever single malt from the Speyburn Distillery.

Since launching in September 2012 with our first four releases, That Boutique-y Whisky Company has now bottled 100 different malts, blends, grains and more, with this Speyburn being our 100th first batch!

We've filled just 233* bottles at 49.5% of for our inaugural release from the Speyburn distillery, and our 7 Year Old has notes of grassy summer meadows with hints of orange oil.

*In addition to the 233 standard 50cl bottles we've also filled a one-of-a-kind special one litre bottle to mark this milestone and raise money for the charity Malaria No More UK.

Our one-off one litre bottle features hand-painted gold detail and a specially created presentation box, plus the bottle has been ‘pimped’ by prominent Speyburn enthusiast Jan Birch of Drumnadrochit. (Birch will require no introduction to Whisky Sponge readers).

The Charity Auction is running *NOW* over on Master of Malt - ending at 14:00 (BST) Monday 24th July - with everything raised (net of any applicable VAT) donated to Malaria No More UK! Dig all the pennies out from between the sofa cushions and raise money for an incredible cause!

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This splendid Speyburn is available from fine retailers now with the recommended retail price of £46.95

Off-trade/on-trade enquiries should be directed to our UK distributor, Maverick Drinks.