New Releases

Whisky New Releases 2016 Week 30

Whisky New Releases 2016 Week 30

Welcome to this week’s Whisky New Releases, a regular feature in which we report on the best of both the official and independently bottled whiskies released during the previous week.

This week we have official bottlings from Arran (Madeira Cask Finish ) and The Speysides controversial Beinn Dubh for fans of black. From the independents G&M’s Cask Strength Clynelish is sure to be good and Langsides ‘Nice ‘n Peaty’  looks a very interesting colour too! Finally Hunter Laing’s Longmorn 30 Year Old caught my eye but comes with a hefty price-tag.

Slainte Barry@TheWhiskyphiles



Arran Madeira Cask Finish

(70cl, 50.0%) £41.50

Gordon & MacPhail


Clynelish 14 Year Old 2001 (casks 307849 & 307850) – Cask Strength (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 54.0%) £57.98

Hunter Laing


Longmorn 30 Year Old 1985 – Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)

(70cl, 49.2%) £284.88



Benrinnes 8 Year Old 2007 – Hepburn’s Choice (Langside Distillers)

(70cl, 46.0%) £41.40


Glencadam 10 Year Old 2004 – Hepburn’s Choice (Langside)

(70cl, 46.0%) £41.97


Macduff 8 Year Old 2008 – Hepburn’s Choice (Langside)

(70cl, 46.0%) £38.51


‘Nice ‘n Peaty’ 10 Year Old 2006 – Hepburn’s Choice (Langside)

(70cl, 46.0%) £48.91


Tomintoul 10 Year Old 2006 – Hepburn’s Choice (Langside)

(70cl, 46.0%) £42.84

That Boutique-y Whisky Company


Blended Malt #2 18 Year Old (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

(50cl, 48.0%) £49.95


Strathclyde 30 Year Old – Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company)

(50cl, 53.1%) £108.95

The Speyside


Beinn Dubh The Black

(70cl, 43.0%) £48.56

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