John Walker & Sons Mastery of Oak Whisky

The John Walker & Sons line of whiskeys represent the higher end of the Johnnie Walker line, and this year's release continues to focus on the role oak plays in enhancing flavors. John Walker & Sons Mastery of Oak Scotch Whisky features the expert guidance of Master Blender Jim Beveridge who selected rare and experimental whiskeys that mingled with three types of oak before bottling. Each bottle is individually numbered, and only 5,588 are available worldwide.

  • Glen Grant 1954 Scotch Whisky

    The latest release in the exclusive Rare Vintage collection from Gordon & MacPhail has arrived, and it's from one of the most famous distilleries in Scotland. Glen Grant was one of the first distilleries to bottle a single malt, and laid down Glen Grant 1954 Scotch Whisky at their headquarters in the heart of Speyside. The whisky matured for a full 59 years before being bottled in 2014, and 610 bottles are available now for consumption. A full bodied dram with a light, gentle character and plenty of fruity notes, it's a special whisky that will not only be one of the oldest you've ever had but also one of the best.

  • Basil Hayden's Rye Whiskey

    Inspired by the Basil Hayden Bourbon you've undoubtedly seen or sampled comes this brand new release of Basil Hayden's Rye Whiskey. It starts out after four years of traditional aging before being dumped and aged for an additional seven years in a newly charred quarter cask oak barrels. A portion of that whiskey is then blended with traditional straight rye before being bottled. The re-barreling process lets the booze mingle with the wood even more, bringing out even more of the spiciness you'd expect from a great rye whiskey.

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