The bourbon and Irish Whiskey markets may be red hot right now, but every now and then a bottle of Scotch shows up that reminds us who is king. Mortlach 75 Years Old Whiskey is just that, arriving in this beautiful, decadent, teardrop-shaped crystal decanter. The juice itself from Speyside's Mortlach Distillery, and has been watched over carefully in first-fill Sherry casks since 1939. Part of the Generations collection, each decanter is individually numbered and crafted with 75 multi-level cuts to represent the time the whiskey matured. Included are two specially designed crystal glasses, an Aniline leather travel bag and a specially commissioned book. Bottled at cask strength, only 100 decanters are available for purchase.
To celebrate what would have been Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday, the folks at Jack Daniels have something special to share that Ole Blue Eyes himself would be proud to pour. Jack Daniels Sinatra Century Whiskey is a fitting tribute to The Chairman of the Board, featuring juice from carefully selected barrels by Master Distiller Jeff Arnett and tasted with members of the Sinatra family, including Frank Jr. It opens up at 100 proof, and comes with a luxury gift box and a selection of previously unreleased Sinatra tracks.
While the initial bottling of Brenne Whiskey was impressive, this extremely limited bottling promises even more. Brenne 10 Whiskey is a precise blending of four casks of Brenne French Single Malt Whiskey, selected personally by Brenne's founder Alison Patel. Every ounce of this fine single malt was asleep for a decade in a combination of virgin French Limousin oak barrels and barrels previously used for aging Cognac and the flavors that shine through, making it one of the most unique spirits we've ever had the pleasure of tasting.