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New Bottling of Port Ellen 1982 – Warehouse Diamond

Bartels Whisky have two Warehouse Diamond bottlings from Malts of Scotland, these are bottlings that are worthy of their very own exclusive range.  One is a new bottling of Port Ellen 1982. Port Ellen 1982 Aged 34 Years @ 56.8% vol.  225 bottles came out of this...

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New Malts of Scotland Bottlings

We love being able to offer new Malts of Scotland bottlings.  Because we only get very small quantities of this fantastic brand, they won't stay around for long.  We sell a very small selection of products to UK retailers - 'Milroys of Soho' and 'Master of Malt'....

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New Look Website

We decided it was time for a facelift!  The main reason was to make our website easy to use and easy to see at a glance all the fabulous whiskies we have to offer. Categories make it nice and simple to search whisky by distillery or by region or simply just enjoy a...

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Whats so special about Glen Spey??

As an independent bottler when you come across a cask of 1988 from any distillery it is exciting! But this Glen Spey really is something special! Even though the distillery located in Rothes. Arbour which is in the heart of Speyside produces just under 1.5 million...

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Hand labelling! How hard can it be???

Good question right!!! All the Highland Laird and His Excellency whisky we bottle is hand bottled and hand labelled in accordance with traditional practices. This means we have to literally mark and measure each bottle, place the front and rear labels on each bottle...

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A peaty treasure from the Isle of Mull

You would be forgiven for thinking that a 2005 is a very young malt for us here at Malts Of Scotland UK to decide to bottle, and you would be right!!!!! Generally speaking we don’t bottle anything less than 12 years but this is no accident. The second we received the...

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Malt of the Month Highland Laird Isle of Jura

Malt Of The Month

Bartels Whisky have bottled a single cask of 27 Year old Isle of Jura and it is stunning.  Floral flavours are very prominent overall with some beautiful deep woody impressions and a finish which definitely leaves you wanting more.  Click here to fins out more and read the full tasting notes. 


70cl bottle - 52.4%vol