November exclusive Bonanza! We release our latest 10th Anniversary exclusive whisky bottlings #6 and #7. A new Dumbarton 30 year old 1987 and a rather lovely Carsebridge 44 year old 1973. Both bottled by Hunter Laing for The Sovereign label. Both single cask. Both lost distilleries. Superb whisky.Read More
The Whisky Barrel launches our latest exclusive release #5 to mark our 10th Anniversary. A single cask Glenlivet 11 year old 2006, 63.5% un-chillfiltered. Hand-picked by ourselves from Signatory Vintage’s mesmerising cask warehouse at Edradour Distillery.
Christmas is coming. Find the best whisky gift. The Whisky Barrel picks our top 10 whiskies, rums and gins to go along with our two new special Christmas gift wrapping. Laphroaig, Clynelish, Arran, Springbank, Caroni, Caol Ila ;Christmas all wrapped up at TheWhiskyBarrel.com
TheWhiskyBarrel.com is supporting Poppyscotland for the month of November 2017. All proceeds from Gift Wrapping on orders placed will be donated to Poppyscotland who provide life-changing support to our Armed Forces Community.
Find the perfect whisky, rum or gin at TheWhiskyBarrel.com to help celebrate Thanksgiving 2017. You’ve got the turkey sorted; don’t forget a dram!
Part 2 of The Whisky Barrel exclusive interview with The Whisky Bible’s Jim Murray following the release of his 2018 The Whisky Bible. How whisky has changed over the past couple of decades. Will Scotch regain its crown? And, if ever spotted without a whisk(e)y what does Jim Murray whet his whistle with?
The Whisky Barrel put some questions to Jim Murray following the release of his 2018 The Whisky Bible. What put the whisk(e)y of the year top of the pile and what else stood out in this year’s Whisky Bible. Plus some Whisky Barrel 10th Anniversary exclusives scoring very highly.
Jim Murray’s The Whisky Bible 2018 reveals the World Whisky of the Year. So what whisk(e)y has taken top spot this year? Well, drum roll please….
The Whisky Barrel 10th Anniversary Exclusive bottling #4. Caroni 19 year old, Single Cask Rum, 55% Cask #165. A superb and rare bottling from Berry Bros & Rudd of London from a lost Carribbean distillery. Available only at TheWhiskyBarrel.com
The Whisky Barrel get the chance to taste Daigeo’s latest group of scotch whiskies for their Special Releases. Including a 1979 Port Ellen, 1982 Brora, Caol Ila, Blair Athol, Port Dundas, Teaninich, Glen Elgin, Lagavulin and a special Blend. Very limited, rare whisky and from some of Scotland’s lost whisky distilleries.