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  • Alexander Murray Glenrothes 22 Year 1993 Scotch Whiskey
    SKU: 5060074862442

    Aptly named, Glenrothes Distillery occupies the point where the river Spey runs from the nearby hills into the town of Rothes in the Speyside region. ‘Glen’, of course, meaning ‘valley’, but you already knew that.

  • Alexander Murray Allt A Bhainne 19 Year 1996 Scotch Whiskey
    SKU: 853288007069

    Perhaps best known for its most unintuitive Gaelic pronunciation [oltah-vain], Allt-a-Bhainne – meaning ‘burn of milk’ – has stood at the foot of Ben Rinnes in Speyside since 1975. Built by its owners, Chivas, its role is to produce a single malt of a particular type for the use in blended whisky. Braeval, its sister distillery (formally Braes of Glenlivet), was built at the same time during ongoing efforts to improve the company’s wider blending program.

  • Alexander Murray Tomintoul 15 Year 1999 Scotch Whiskey
    SKU: 5060074862343

    New-school: built in 1965 to produce whisky for blending, like many during that era, Tomintoul lies within the Glenlivet estate in the Speyside region. Sometimes seen under its older ‘Tomintoul-Glenlivet’ guise, like a handful of nearby ‘piggy-backers’ it adopted the popular ‘Glenlivet’ name, then later reverted. Its character is entirely different to The Glenlivet.

  • Alexander Murray Caol Ila 8 Year 2006 Scotch Whiskey
    SKU: 5060074862015

    Gaelic for ‘The Sound of Islay’, the fierce stretch of water that floods past Port Askaig at the narrows between Islay and Jura, the Caol Ila distillery has stood since 1846 like a sentry overlooking the port and the northern access to the island. Somewhat utilitarian in its stature, it has never held the same romanticism or notorious reputation as some of its boisterous neighbors.
    Not to be overlooked, however!

  • Alexander Murray Glen Keith 21 Year 1995 Scotch Whiskey
    SKU: 853288007106

    The site of experimental distillation trial and error for Chivas, Glen Keith was converted in 1960 on the site of an old corn mill in the Speyside town of Keith. Well-established Strathisla is very nearby, also part of the Chivas team of distilleries.

  • Alexander Murray Speyside 41 Year 1972 Scotch Whiskey

    Alexander Murray & Co presents a fine expression of single malt from the Speyside region in Scotland.

  • Alexander Murray Speyside 40 Year 1972 Scotch Whiskey

    Alexander Murray & Co presents a fine expression of single malt from the Speyside region in Scotland.

  • Alexander Murray Mortlach 19 Year Scotch Whiskey

    Colloquially known as ‘The Beast of Dufftown’ for very good reason. When James Findlater founded Mortlach in 1823, the first distillery in what would eventually become a prolific whisky-producing community, he created a single malt whisky so brutish and audacious in character that no person dare entertain the notion of altering its method of distillation

  • Alexander Murray Macallan 20 Year 1997 Scotch Whiskey
  • Alexander Murray Linkwood 19 Year 1997 Scotch Whiskey

    Typically light, consistently displaying aromas of cut grass and sometimes even perceived as a bit ‘peanut-buttery’, Linkwood distillery puts out a remarkable spirit.

  • Alexander Murray Ledaig 20 Year 1997 Scotch Whiskey

    On the Isle of Mull, off the west coast of Scotland, lies the most curious of seaside towns, Tobermory. Perfectly quaint, yet strangely psychedelic, a patchwork of colorful buildings span the coastline of the island’s popular bay, which leads quite gloriously to a place called Ledaig.

  • Alexander Murray Laphroaig 12 Year 2005 Scotch Whiskey

    Sternly poised on the Islay coast, one of three in Port Ellen, Laphroaig’s façade is as austere as its whisky. Waves crash against the white brick ‘LAPHROAIG’ walls with awesome ferocity. Think wrath of the sea rather than hint of maritime, here.

  • Alexander Murray Glenturret 30 Year 1986 Scotch Whiskey

    Profile of the spirit character dances between light and perfumed, however what’s usually guaranteed is intensity of flavor. Single malt releases are few and far between, and older vintages of Glenturret are particularly rare.

  • Alexander Murray Glenturret 34 Year 1982 Scotch Whiskey

    Profile of the spirit character dances between light and perfumed, however what’s usually guaranteed is intensity of flavor. Single malt releases are few and far between, and older vintages of Glenturret are particularly rare.

  • Alexander Murray Glentauchers 17 Year 1996 Scotch Whiskey

    Built in 1898 by Charles Doig & Sons, Glentauchers was ideally situated on a main road, with a healthy water source, green surroundings and even a railway line adjacent. Today it remains a key player for multiple blended whisky brands, and is rarely seen as a single malt whisky.

  • Alexander Murray Glenlossie 19 Year 1997 Scotch Whiskey

    It’s never right to choose between siblings, but in this case we have to: Glenlossie is the hands-down favorite at Alexander Murray & Co.

  • Alexander Murray Glenlivet 45 Year 1968 Scotch Whiskey

    Alexander Murray & Co presents a truly luxurious single malt from Glenlivet Distillery – the most famed of Speyside distilleries.

  • Alexander Murray Dailuaine 1997 16 Year Scotch Whiskey

    Mega-Rare alert!

    Single malt expressions of Dailuaine (pronounced dal-YOU-an) are rather rare indeed. Like many of the distilleries in ‘team Diageo’, all the spirit here is destined for blending with special bottlings so few and far between that you’re better off standing outside the distillery breathing in its vapor or waiting for a lunar eclipse. If you come across a bottle from this Speysider, you’d better snap it up.

  • Alexander Murray Bruichladdich 12 Year 2005 Scotch Whiskey

    It’s easy to be struck when sampling single malt from Bruichladdich for the first time. Immediately apparent is that it’s not a punch-in-the-face, bonfire-dram like many of the others from Islay; there’s not a bit of peat used in production for its classic spirit character, despite the island’s famed conventions. What follows is a malt with a delightfully fresh, citrusy and floral profile.

  • Alexander Murray Benrinnes 19 Year 1995 Scotch Whiskey

    As the name suggests, the distillery sits at the very foot of Ben Rinnes and has done since 1835. A wee hiccup in choice of location caused the original distillery, on a site very nearby, to succumb to flooding just three years into its life, in 1829.

  • Alexander Murray Ardmore 9 Year 2008 Scotch Whiskey

    Although categorized as a Highland whisky, Ardmore flirts heavily with the South-east peripherals of Speyside, lying boisterously at the foot of the Grampian hills. Big and brash, it is also known for flirting heavily with peat, at least some of the time that is.

  • Alexander Murray Braes Of Glenlivet 1994 Scotch Whiskey

    If you can find yourself a single-malt bottling of Braeval/Braes of Glenlivet then you’re in for a real treat. The intensely fruity style is fantastic. For all of us at Alexander Murray & Co, the nose of a Braeval takes us back to the ‘Fruit Salad’ candy you’d only get in childhood if you chased the ice cream van when it came to town.

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