• Aber Falls

    Aber Falls

    The village of Abergwyngregyn is home to our distillery, and sits at the foot of the majestic Rhaeadr Fawr waterfall. 

    Our team is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about whisky, and we all work with the same goal in mind – to create the best whiskies and spirits using the finest ingredients sourced from Wales.   Aber Falls has been embraced by the local community, and is working to establish strong links and partnerships with other Welsh businesses, with the goal of improving sustainability and driving the local economy and tourism trade.

  • Aberfeldy


    Aberfeldy distillery is located where Perthshire’s highest mountain, deepest loch and longest glen meet, and is historically and geographically the ‘heart of Scotland’.

    Built by the Dewar’s family, who came gained their reputation worldwide for Dewar’s blended whisky, Aberfeldy was constructed to help the family meet the high demands placed upon them to supply premium Scotch whisky. Needing to guarantee a single malt whisky of superior quality, and lots of it, the two brothers were tasked with building a distillery that could produce the amount of product that was needed.

    Still to this day, Aberfeldy remains at the heart of Dewar’s blends, providing the signature heather-honey notes found in every bottle.

  • Aberlour


    The Aberlour Distillery is at the heart of Speyside, the country's premier whisky-making region. No fewer than half of Scotland's malt distilleries are located in Speyside, which is renowned for producing whiskies of subtle depth and elegance.

    Situated at the junction of the rivers Lour and Spey, the distillery is surrounded by glorious scenery, dominated by the rugged peaks of Ben Rinnes a short distance away. Pure spring water for making the whisky is drawn from the Lour, and the maturing spirit in the warehouse beneficially inhales the moist Speyside air.

  • Adelphi


    The Adelphi Distillery is one of the lost distilleries of Scotland. It operated from 1826 to around 1907, and in 1880, the distillery was bought by Messrs A. Walker and Co. It was Walker’s great-grandson, Jamie Walker, who restored the Adelphi brand in 1993, this time not as a distillery but as an independent bottler.

    Jamie Walker appointed Charlie Maclean as chief Adelphi nose to help assist with the important job of cask selection and writing tasting notes. Charlie is still involved with the brand and recently had his first ever bottle of whisky named after him, the Maclean & Bruce bottle, a five year old Ardnamurchan Single Malt bottled by Adelphi.

    The Adelphi Selection changed ownership in 2003 which is when Alex Bruce joined the company as their Managing Director. Charlie remained on the team to continue assisting with cask selection and events. The company now have a sales and marketing team of five people as well as a fully operational bottling hall and warehouse in Fife with a team of ten.

    The criteria for whisky to become an Adelphi selection bottle, includes rarity and maturity, but above all flavour. Adelphi whiskies are both rare and sought after. Each single cask of whisky matures its contents very differently, imparting its own character to the whisky it holds and, as a result, there are never two Adelphi bottlings that are quite the same.

    Most recently, in 2014, Adelphi starting distilling their own whisky at the Ardnamurchan Distillery situated in the beautiful, rugged West highland peninsula, Ardnamurchan.

  • Akashi


    Founded in 1888 on the shores of the Seto interior sea in the city of Akashi, is the Eigashima distillery, one of the oldest Sake producers (1679).

    In 1919, Eigashima was the first Japanese distillery to ever obtain its licence to produce whisky. Whisky consumption was entirely local until 1984. Built on the Scottish model, the distillery has been making sophisticated whiskies in small batches for more than 30 years. Apart from whiskies, Eigashima is also known for producing various types of liquors, namely sake and shochu. The company has even started to grow vines and makes its own wine. The distillery produces in small batches and produces its whiskies for only one month of the year.

  • Amrut


    Amrut has been producing single malt whisky in Bangalore using the well known Scottish methods since 2004 and has become a highly awarded and revered single malt whisky globally. 

    Amrut use traditional Indian barley from the foothills of the Himalayas for their unpeated whisky - an ancient strain of barley that was abandoned by the yield-focused whisky producers in Europe long ago.    The barley is known as six-row barley and has a much higher concentration of protein in comparison to starch.  The yield is lower but gives more flavour and texture.  This Indian barley gives Amrut its rich mouthfeel and plenty of cereal notes.  For their peated whiskies, Amrut use peated barley sourced from Scottish malthouses which gives the smoky and citrusy flavours. 

    These special grains are carefully mashed, fermented and distilled in small batches to preserve the natural aroma and flavour of the barley and matured in oak barrels in a unique tropical condition, at an altitude of 3,000 feet above sea level in Bangalore, the garden city of India.  The whiskies produced here are subject to intense heat during the maturation due to the sub-tropical climate of the region, this means that the whiskies reach maturity three-to-four times faster than in more temperate climates however the angel’s share can be as high as 15% per year.

    In order to create the range of award winning whiskies at Amrut many types of different casks are used.  Refill American oak and first-fill bourbon barrels are the main focus as this type of wood is better able to deal with the intense heat of the region.  However many other types of barrels are used to give accent notes and to create the fascinating and intricate whiskies that would be unable to be produced anywhere else in the world.

  • Angels' Nectar Scotch Whisky

    Angels' Nectar Scotch Whisky

    Selected by Angels, Shared with Friends

    Inspired by the Angels’ share, the traditional name given to the whisky lost to evaporation during maturation, Angels’ Nectar is an exciting collection of Blended Malt and Single Malt Scotch Whiskies showcasing contrasting styles of Scotch Whisky.

    The Angels’ Nectar Blended Malt Scotch Whisky - Original has been carefully blended from a selection of the finest Speyside and Highland malts and has a sweet nose of apple pie followed with a hint of heather honey and lemon on the taste. Enjoy straight up, with water on the side, or with ginger ale. The Original also makes for a luxurious hot toddy.  

    The new Angels’ Nectar Islay Rioja Cask Edition is a Single Malt from Islay, which has been matured in former Rioja casks for seven years. It delivers a sweet fruitiness on the nose, with the peat, of the smouldering embers variety, emerging on the taste, along with hints of homemade blackcurrant jam.  A wonderfully balanced dram of sweet fruit and smoke.

    The Cairngorms Edition bottlings are a series of Single Cask Speyside Single Malts, from a distillery in the Cairngorms National Park, bottled in partnership with the Cairngorms Trust, to support community and environmental projects in the Cairngorms National Park. Expect a traditional Speyside dram with plenty of sweet fruity notes and no smoke. The perfect dram for those that love the Cairngorms and whisky.

    Angels’ Nectar is bottled at natural colour and is non chill filtered, just the way the Angels enjoy their dram.

  • Arbikie Highland Estate

    Arbikie Highland Estate

    Arbikie was first discovered as a farm distillery in 1794.

    Centuries past, distilling was a local craft with a truly local flavour. In these distant times, all ingredients for the pot still would be taken from the farm and immediate surroundings. Arbikie’s 1794 Highland Rye Single Grain Scotch Whisky is a celebration of this field to bottle tradition - reviving a genuinely authentic way of distilling and producing a spirit with a sense of place, and a taste of the land and sea that surrounds the distillery. This field to bottle process ensures that Arbikie understands the effect of every single ingredient vital to the entire whisky production and, in turn, they respect and nurture the environment that they depend on.

    Records show that rye grain was used in Scotch whisky production until the late 19th century and so, Arbikie set it their mission to revive this tradition. Rye is not very adaptable to the area. It is a tall grass which can be very challenging to harvest with combines. But, being a family-owned farm distillery, Arbikie had the room to innovate, with the land to plant rye seeds and the equipment in place to produce rye whisky. When they launched their first limited edition Highland Rye in 2018, it saw the revival of rye whisky in Scotland, the first rye scotch in two hundred years.

  • Ardnamurchan Distillery

    Ardnamurchan Distillery

    Ardnamurchan Distillery began distilling in 2014. Unusually in the whisky industry, ALL the power and heat requirements for the distillery come from local renewables – the river that provides the distillery’s cooling water has a hydro-electricity generator and the biomass boiler is fuelled by woodchip from local forestry – the overall footprint of the distillery is a light one.

    In addition, the by-products of the whisky-making process are recycled on the peninsula – the still energy-rich draff is combined with the pot ale to produce animal feed for use on the pensinsula.

    Their award-winning sustainable principles, from production to packaging, has won them worldwide media attention along with their QR code enabled Blockchain technology that can be found on their whisky bottles.

    The Ardnamurchan Distillery produces two signature styles of spirit, one peated and one unpeated. The distillery plans were outlined to produce a full-flavoured malt true to its West Highland region. The entire process has been designed to create an overall flavour profile that is expected from this area: gentle peat smoke, rich oily/honey and dark fruit palate, pepper, sea salt and a little more smoke in the finish.

    The first Ardnamurchan single malt launched successfully in September 2020 and they’ve continued to release batches of their AD Single Malt since then with the addition of their Limited releases and Single Casks, also part of their core range.

  • Arran


    The Isle of Arran is known as ‘Scotland in Miniature’, with lochs, glens and castles galore condensed within 56 miles of its shore.

    During the 18th and 19th centuries, the island was famed for what was known as its ‘Arran water’ – in fact, in its heyday of illicit distilling, there were more than 50 distilleries on the island. Arran is currently more well known for its mountain peaks and beautiful coastline and, since 1998, for Arran whisky, which has established a strong fan base around the world.

    Arran distillery uses traditional methods of production and its fruity style is a result of the low temperatures used for fermentation and distillation. The distillery has had a huge run of success since its humble beginnings and is now concentrating further afield in markets such as Asia and the Americas.

  • Balblair


    As the quintessential distillery, Balblair sits on a remote and unspoiled hillside overlooking the Dornoch Firth in the North of Scotland.

    We are the oldest distillery in this part of Scotland, having been here since 1790.  A place where time passes slowly but a warm, unrushed welcome always awaits. From Black Isle barley to the open lade water that flows down the Edderton Hills capturing natural local flavour, this shapes our light, yet complex spirit created in our original squat neck pot stills. There is an intriguing, mystical quality to our home.

     As the Picts gathered over 3,000 years ago, like us they were watched over by the solitary Clach Bioarch standing stone which sits outside the distillery to this day.  An iconic carved Z Rod marking bears witness to this rich history and is symbolised on each and every bottle of Balblair. Our single malt is the product of the patience and dedication of our experienced craftspeople, who won’t settle for anything than the best for Balblair. We never rush and never compromise. From the exceptionally long 62 hour fermentation to the 41/2 hours of extremely slow distillation, we create optimal flavour in our unique new make spirit. Meticulously hand-selecting the best casks from around the world is the key to maturing our whisky.

    Once they are filled with our spirit, they are laid down within earthen floor warehouses to achieve perfect harmony of fruit, spice and sweetness, the epitome of the Balblair style. Each whisky is bottled at least 46% abv, is non-chill filtered and natural in colour. With underlying complexity and finesse, our single malt demonstrates an incredible balance of spirit and oak. Vitally, we don’t make a lot of this extraordinary whisky every year, with John McDonald, the distillery manager, insisting on quality, not quantity.  

  • Benriach


    A Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky as intriguing and extraordinary as Benriach could not have come to be without a unique whisky making heritage, dating from 1898, when founder John Duff built his distillery. Ruggedly beautiful, Benriach stands on the site of the old Riach farm in north Speyside, drawing water from a mineral-rich aquifer, deep beneath the distillery.


    Thanks to a long-standing tradition of distilling three styles of whisky; classic unpeated, Highland peated and triple distilled, together with an eclectic selection of casks from around the world, our whisky makers are able to explore the full flavour possibilities of Single Malt, creating some of the richest, most multi-layered whiskies in Speyside. This tradition continues today, under the guidance of Master Blender, Rachel Barrie. Benriach is the story of a hidden Speyside gem, quietly revealing its treasures to be discovered and savoured.



  • Benromach


    Benromach was built in 1898 and operated with only a few interruptions until 1983. However, it then closed and sat unused until 1998, when new owner Gordon & MacPhail reopened the refurbished distillery and started to distil.

    G&M is well known in the whisky world for its independent bottlings but had never owned its own distillery. With the purchase of Benromach, the company entered a new part of the whisky industry and have focused on producing old fashioned whisky. The distillery's modest half-a-million-litre capacity gives G&M enough spirit to split between their much-loved core expressions and experiments – from organic and peated whiskies to a host of cask finishes.

  • Berry Bros. & Rudd

    Berry Bros. & Rudd

    While most people are familiar with Berry Bros & Rudd as a wine merchant, it’s perhaps less well known that they have also played an important role in the world of independent spirits bottling – especially Scotch Whisky and indeed Berry Bros & Rudd have a strong claim to be the oldest bottler still in existence.

    Founded in 1698 at No.3 St. James’s St, the business has been bottling spirits since the 18th century, most likely beginning with Cognac and other brandies.   While Berry Bros also offered Blended Whisky in the early 19th centuary, they were one of the first merchants to also offer non-proprietary bottlings of single malt...  If you were to walk into No.3 St James’s in 1909 you would have been presented with a price list featuring 1885 Talisker, then a triple distilled malt, or 1897 Macallan, the latter available by the gallon for 28 shillings!  

    Berry Bros have continued to bottle whisky, rum and cognac ever since, and now export globally under the Berrys Own Selection label.  Berry’s remain scrupulous in their cask selection and have been awarded the accolade of Independent Bottler of the Year twice."

  • Bimber


    Bimber Distillery was founded by whisky lovers, with a mission to produce high-quality single malt whisky with character, using traditional methods that are rarely seen today.

    Their hand-crafted approach to whisky production passionately combines traditional methods, expertise and an absolute commitment to quality.

    The journey began at their single farm, where 100% of their barley is grown. It is then traditionally floor malted, hand-mashed and fermented slowly for seven days in wooden washbacks that were hand-made at their own cooperage. Bimber use direct fire to heat their small copper pot stills and mature their spirit in hand-selected casks. Finally, the whisky is bottled onsite at their distillery.

    They laid down their first casks on the 26th May 2016 and released their inaugural single malt whisky ("The First") three years later in September of 2019 – the limited release of 1,000 hand-numbered bottles sold out in just 3 hours.

    Bimber will be releasing a wide range of new single malt whiskies – all with their trademark accessible, fruit forward character – all handcrafted with passion.

  • Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon

    Blanton’s Single Barrel Bourbon

    Single Barrel Bourbon started with Blanton’s in 1984. 

    Nearing retirement, Master Distiller Elmer T. Lee was tasked with creating a bourbon of exceptionally high quality.  With careful reflection, he recalled the earlier days of his career in the late 1940s when he worked under Colonel Albert B. Blanton.  Colonel Blanton was the president of the distillery until 1952. 

    Mr. Lee remembered that when Colonel Blanton would entertain dignitaries and other important guests he would handpick “honey barrels” from the center cut of Warehouse H and have that bourbon bottled one barrel at a time to share.

    As a tribute to Colonel Blanton’s old tradition, Elmer T. Lee decided to name this new bourbon “Blanton’s Single Barrel”. And the world’s first commercially produced single barrel bourbon was born, revolutionizing the bourbon world forever.

    Both Colonel Blanton and Elmer T. Lee dedicated the better part of their lives to the pursuit of crafting the world’s finest bourbon. And at Blanton’s, we believe the finest bourbon in the world comes from a single barrel.


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  • Bowmore


    The only urban distillery on Islay, Bowmore sits at the heart of the island's capital. While 'urban' may be overstating the size of Bowmore town, the distillery is one of whisky's best known names around the world.

    Sitting between the heavily smoked and unpeated malts found elsewhere on Islay, Bowmore's idiosyncratic style varies from floral to fruity, and recently released vintages have started to hark back to the legendary fruit-bomb days of the 1960s and 70s. A more elegant approach to Islay smoke, Bowmore is always a hit at The Whisky Show.

    It’s great to see the Whisky Show is getting more and more people attending every year. It’s a great event with whisky enthusiasts from around the world and there is a great selection of whisky to try, including some amazing Dream Drams. David Turner, distillery manager.

  • Bruichladdich


    Bruichladdich Distillery, located on the Isle of Islay, seeks to produce the most natural, thought-provoking, and enjoyable whisky possible.

    With a reputation for producing single malts that challenge convention, they distil three brands: Bruichladdich (always unpeated), Port Charlotte (heavily peated), and Octomore (super heavily peated).

  • Bunnahabhain


    Our beloved Bunnahabhain — which means ‘mouth of the river’ in Gaelic, as it stands at the mouth of the Margadale Spring on the shores of the Sound of Islay — first came into existence in 1883. However its origins can be traced back four years earlier when, in 1879, William Robertson of Robertson and Baxter Blending House, joined with the Greenlees Brothers to create the Islay Distillery Company. And so, with the distillery built on a site close to the Margadale River, in 1883 Bunnahabhain was born.

    In the early years, our distillery relied upon the sea trade. Armed only with a small village, a pier and lots of whisky making know-how, our forefathers received supplies by boat and sent adventuring seafarers back to the mainland along the Sound of Islay with casks of the ‘good stuff’.  It’s this daring spirit and coastal living which has made Bunnahabhain what it is today, and which continues to play an important role in the production of the ever increasing range of Bunnahabhain Single Malts.

    Bunnahabhain is the only distillery on Islay to produce whisky using pure spring water and also boasts the tallest stills on Islay, both of which combine to produce a light, aromatic and complex spirit. At Bunnahabhain all our single malt is non-chillfiltered and natural in colour – the way whisky would have been produced at the hands of our forebears many years ago.







  • Cardrona Distillery

    Cardrona Distillery

    The Cardrona Distillery is an artisan Single Malt distillery nestled high in the Cardrona Valley between Wanaka and Queenstown, New Zealand. We believe in using time-honoured traditional methods of hand-crafting spirits from malted barley.

    All of our spirits are made from scratch, starting with just malted barley, water, and yeast. Our barley is traditional Scottish two-row distillers malt; essential for making great Single Malt. Our water is from the highest alpine pass in New Zealand and embeds the character of our land into our spirits.

    Our Founder, Desiree Whitaker decided to realise her dream of making a New Zealand single malt whisky that would stand tall on the international stage. Nine years later, the world is beating a track to the Cardrona Distillery, which produces exceptional award-winning, single malt whisky, liqueurs, vodka and gin.

  • Càrn Mòr

    Càrn Mòr

    Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers, is a family-owned Independent Bottling and Distilling business, with a legacy that spans 5 generations' experience in the whisky industry.

    Their years of commitment to the industry gives them access to a wide variety of unique and exceptional casks from pedigree distilleries across Scotland. The result is the highly regarded Càrn Mòr independent bottling range.

    Their Strictly Limited series are small batch bottlings, exploring different distillery styles and cask types. The Celebration of the Cask series uses more mature stock from single casks, bottled at cask strength. Each whisky is non-chill filtered and with no added colour.

  • Catoctin Creek Distilling Company

    Catoctin Creek Distilling Company

    Virginia is the birthplace of American whiskey, and at Catoctin Creek, we faithfully dedicate ourselves to that tradition, producing Virginia’s most awarded whisky – Roundstone Rye!

    At Catoctin Creek, we believe in high quality food and spirits. We source our grain and fruit from local sources, free of pesticides and chemical additives that would come through in the spirits we produce. The results are the finest, cleanest spirits possible, with the greatest attention to detail in every single bottle we produce.

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  • Celtic Whisky Distillerie

    Celtic Whisky Distillerie

    Founded in 1997 by one of the leading pioneers of French Whisky, Jean Donnay, a lifelong fan of single malt scotch whisky and a regular visitor to Scotland’s leading distilleries.

    The Celtic Whisky Distillerie is one of France’s best-known distilleries and a pioneer of French Malt Whiskey. Its mission is to produce a malted barley whisky of uncompromising quality and authenticity.

    In 2020 The Celtic Whisky Distillerie was acquired by Maison Villevert and came under the stewardship 3rd generation distiller Jean-Sébastien Robicquet (founder of Maison Villevert, one of Frances leading premium Spirits distillers based in the heart of Cognac), the distillery has the goal to become the benchmark for French whisky while developing both its Breton footprint and its Celtic roots.

    Located by the sea, in Pleubian, in a unique environment facing the Island of Bréhat, Celtic Whisky Distillerie produces whiskies in the purest artisanal tradition using Alembic ‘Onion’ copper stills manufactured in Charente, used for centuries to produce the highest quality cognacs. Northern Brittany’s wind and coastal climate give the whiskies produced by the distillery a unique identity.

  • Chichibu


    A pioneer in the industry, Chichibu is one of the few modern distilleries that has succeeded in building a formidable reputation in a very short time.

    This has been helped by Ichiro Akuto’s family history in the drinks industry, spanning more than 400 years, and his connections to both Hanyu and Karuizawa distilleries, producers of some of the most coveted Japanese whiskies in recent memory. The hard work and perseverance of Ichiro and his team over the past 10 years, combined with their consistently carefully crafted, high-quality spirit, has made Chichibu one of the top whisky producers in Japan.

    We are very excited to welcome Chichibu to this year’s show, offering guests a rare chance to taste the distillery’s wonderful whiskies.

  • Compass Box

    Compass Box

    John Glaser started Compass Box from the kitchen of his west London home back in 2000. At the time, he believed there were too many companies making and selling Scotch whisky the same way. An American, transplanted to the UK and working for a large distiller, he wanted to do things differently and bring the joys of Scotch whisky to more people.

  • Copenhagen Distillery

    Copenhagen Distillery

    Copenhagen’s first and only whisky distillery was established in 2014; born from a synergy of visions and the urge for creating unique, locally crafted, and high-quality spirits.

    Our story began when a pioneering distiller and three entrepreneurial designers were united over their shared values of curiosity, passion, and a good glass of a fine spirit.

    We initially set out to change the world of single malt whisky, but given whisky’s long maturation time, our curiosity inspired us to explore other spirit categories.

    Much experimentation later, we can proudly present a broad range of truly unique and award-winning spirits – a line of versatile gins, our beloved Scandinavian Aquavits, and latest our new range of unconventional whisky’s.

    The distillery team consists of a dedicated crew of craftsmen with a whole-hearted love for artisan distillation and a desire to discover new spirits.

    In 2018 we received the Organic Certification – making us one of the very first organic certified distilleries in Scandinavia. Thus, we will continue to develop surprising and delightful spirits for the tongue, nose, and eyes, but with sustainability at heart.


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  • Corby – Lot 40, Pike Creek & J.P. Wiser’s Canadian Whiskies

    Corby – Lot 40, Pike Creek & J.P. Wiser’s Canadian Whiskies

    Lot no 40, Pike Creek and J.P. Wiser’s are award winning Canadian whiskies all being produced at the Hiram Walker & Son’s Distillery. 

    Hiram Walker & Son’s Distillery is located in the most southerly point of Canada, giving it a unique climate for aging whisky. It’s also the largest distillery by square footage in North America, processing over 100,000 metric tons of corn per year, 30,000 metric tons of rye as well as wheat and barley.  The cornerstone of Canadian whisky is single grain fermentation, distillation and maturation. Whether rye, wheat, barley or corn, these single-grain distillates only come together when they have reached peak maturity. It is down to the skill of our Master Blender, Dr Don Livermore to achieve the desired flavor profile: soft, sweet, spicy, balanced and elegant.

    Whatever style of whisky you enjoy there will be a Canadian Whisky to suit your palate.  From the rich and spicy Lot no. 40, crafted in a unique way using 100% rye grain and matured in charred oak barrels to the soft and elegant Pike Creek; named after the warehouses where the whiskies undergo aging. Finished in a Rum Cask after 10 years of aging, it has flavours of island spices, green apple and toffee.  Or perhaps the range from J.P. Wiser’s - Canada’s longest established whisky brand; continuously produced since 1857 and made using multiple grains and distillation techniques, expertly blended together.

  • Cotswolds Distillery

    Cotswolds Distillery

    The Cotswolds Distillery is set in five acres of beautiful North Cotswolds countryside. The region is an officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for is agricultural heritage and traditional crafts.

    The desire to reflect the natural beauty of the area and honour its heritage runs through everything the distillery does – using local raw materials, traditional kit and techniques and partnering with other independent producers in the area as much as possible. Beginning production of a single malt whisky and Cotswolds Dry Gin in September 2014, Cotswolds has grown rapidly in the intervening three years. The distillery's inaugural release is set to debut at the Whisky Show 2017 offering visitors the first chance to try the finished product. With a pair of Forsyths pot stills running twice a day, seven days a week, the distillery is able to lay down around 900 casks of spirit a year.

  • Craigellachie


    Previously used for the production of the White Horse blend, Craigellachie has been a somewhat discreet distillery for many years. For a long time, only 2% of Craigellachie’s malt was retained for bottling as a single malt, with the majority going into the White Horse blend. It is now a component of Dewar’s White Label, having been bought by owners Bacardi in 1998.

    While the distillery used to just offer a 14yo expression, a 13yo, 17yo, 23yo and 31yo can now be found. The 31yo notably received the award of World’s Best Single Malt at the 2017 World Whiskies Awards.

  • Deanston


    An award-winning, authentic, and eco-conscious single malt, with a soft, sweet, honeyed character. 

    Every drop of our Highland Single Malt is a marriage of the finest local ingredients and the skill of the craft to create the wonderful, fresh, honeyed sweetness that Deanston is known for. Our commitment to using a traditional, hand crafted approach to our whisky embodies the honesty of our community. Our adherence to traditional methods combined with the skills and experience of our distillery team makes Deanston the unique single malt it is today.

    From our founding fathers, to our modern-day craftsmen, we're grateful to those who have made our community and our whisky what it is today. Through their team work and integrity they have created something truly special.

  • Diageo


    While Diageo only appeared in 1997, when Guinness and Grand Metropolitan merged, its history stretches back to the early days of modern whisky.

    Among the many mergers and acquisitions in the company's timeline, you can find the biggest names in whisky: The Distillers Company, United Distillers and Vintners, and, of course, John Walker and Sons. There are very few whisky companies who have not been touched by Diageo's forbears over the years, and when it comes to old and rare whisky, few have as much experience or stock as they do.

    At the show, we are delighted to welcome Diageo's brand ambassadors, who will be cracking open incredible bottles of whisky from days gone by. From old Islay to legendary Speysiders and old-school blends, they'll have something for everyone. Pop by to try great drams and learn more about the history of whisky with Scotland's largest producer.

  • Dingle


    Small. Artisan. Independent. Proud. Beag. Ceardaí. Neamhspleách. Bródúil.

    We hold these truths to be self-evident. Distilleries are not created equal, nor is the whiskey that flows from them.

    At Dingle Distillery, we have always had quality over quantity at the forefront of our thoughts. We never had any interest in distilling enormous quantities of bland whiskey. We are hugely passionate about flavoursome, well-crafted spirits.

    Dingle Distillery’s hugely anticipated Core Single Malt was released in 2021 and it’s #HereToStay

    This Core Single Malt release has been years in the making and comprises of malt whiskey that has been matured in ex-Bourbon, and PX sherry casks. 39% Bourbon, 61% PX Sherry. Bottled at 46.3% and non-chill filtered. This is a very interesting whiskey in which the component casks come to the fore at different stages.

  • Douglas Laing

    Douglas Laing

    The Laing family have a long history in the whisky business. Douglas Laing was established in 1948 by Fred Douglas Laing and is now continued by his son Fred Hamilton Laing and Fred's daughter Cara.

    Starting as a blender, the Fred Senior set up contracts with distillers to fill casks, which have led to the company's extensive stocks of incredible whiskies today. While often better known for its range of blended malt whiskies – including Big Peat, Timorous Beastie, Scallywag and The Epicurean – Douglas Laing also bottles a wide range of single casks and small batches, as it has for the last two decades.

    Over the past 70 years, the Laing name has been at the forefront of great whisky, and with the next generation on board, it looks to continue.

  • Dunphail Distillery

    Dunphail Distillery

    Bottled by Dunphail Distillery, The Dava Way uncovers, curates and bottles spirits that exemplify and celebrate flavour, balance and uniqueness. Named after the Great Scottish Trail that follows the path of the former Highland Railway passing close to Dunphail Distillery, The Dava Way explores the individuality of whisky – one cask at a time.

  • East London Liquor Co

    East London Liquor Co

    East London Liquor Company was founded in 2014 by Alex Wolpert, an experienced bartender and manager who found that drinks with provenance and quality often meant paying over the odds. With a plan of creating accessible spirits in London he recruited a team of distillers and began building...

    Now leading a team of thirty, the distillery is a destination for drinks fans visiting London. With a range of gin, vodka and rum already on the market and London Rye Whiskey arriving in late 2018 – one of the first whiskies to appear in London in more than 100 years – business is booming. We look forward to seeing what ELLC bring to The Whisky Show.

  • Elixir Distillers

    Elixir Distillers

    Elixir Distillers core brands are Port Askaig, Elements of Islay, Single Malts of Scotland and Black Tot. 

    Port Askaig is a range of Islay single malt whiskies that embodies the unique spirit of Islay and its people. There is no distillery in the town of Port Askaig, which gives them the opportunity to select the finest casks from distilleries around Islay and enables you to make your own journey of discovery. Port Askaig whiskies are always elegant and characterful, and epitomise the essence of Islay. 

    Elements of Islay is a range of iconic, small-batch, independently bottled whiskies. The range celebrates the diversity of whiskies that make Islay special, with a focus on the medicinal, smoky, elemental character of the island's whiskies. To maintain their personality, they are not chill-filtered and no colouring is added. 

    Seeking out the finest single casks of Scotch whisky has always been at the heart of the team's philosophy. Since 2005, these have been released as The Single Malts of Scotland, a range of superb vintage single malt Scotch whiskies selected for their individual quality and character.

  • Fettercairn


    Founded in 1824 by landowner and campaigner for distillery licensing Sir Alexander Ramsay, Fettercairn has run quietly behind the scenes ever since. From the early days, where Ramsay hired local illicit distillers to run his stills, to the present day, where it mostly produces spirit for owner Whyte & Mackay's range of spirit, it has mostly flown under the radar. Until now.

    The distillery emerged from the shadows in 2018 with the launch of an ongoing 12-year-old, a 28-year-old special edition and a pair of long-aged whiskies – a 40- and a 50-year-old. While it's not the first time that the Fettercairn have revealed the distillery's extensive and well-aged stocks of whisky, the 12 Year Old is a sign that this time, it's hear to stay.

  • Glen Grant

    Glen Grant

    Founded in 1839, Glen Grant is named after two brothers – John and James Grant. Successful businessmen, they not only understood whisky making but also logistics, and are in part resposinble for the railway reaching Glen Grant's home of Rothes.

    John's son John – more commonly known as The Major – took over the business in the 1870s and helped grow it into the distillery we know today, complete with extensive gardens that are now open for the public to explore.

    These days, Glen Grant is run by Dennis Malcolm OBE, who was born at the distillery in 1946, and it continues to impress, with a range of whiskies from the young and light – especially popular in Italy – to the old, rich and elegant.

  • Glen Moray

    Glen Moray

    Traditionally a light and fruity whisky, Glen Moray's range has been expanded in recent years to include wine cask finishes and even peated spirit.

    With recent expansions increasing the distillery's capacity, we look forward to seeing how Glen Moray grows over the coming years.

    ‘The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show is a highlight in our whisky events calendar. Always a wonderful time to meet with friends, both old and new, and great to meet up with fellow exhibitors who converge from all corners of the world to attend. Looking forward to another fantastic year in a brilliant new venue space.’ Iain Allan

  • Glen Scotia

    Glen Scotia

    Cambeltown was once the whisky capital of Scotland, with more than 35 distilleries.

    With an abundance of peat and grain, and a good water supply, Cambeltown forged itself as a separate region for Scotch whisky, separating it from the Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside and Islay.

    During a quiet period in its history, the stills at Glen Scotia were once fired up by its neighbours at Springbank to prevent the distillery becoming mothballed, thus ensuring that Campbeltown still had three distilleries in production, ensuring it retained its status as a distinct Scotch whisky region.

    At the distillery, Glen Scotia produces both peaty and non-peaty whisky, with its signature style a fruity whisky with a coastal, maritime edge.

  • Glenallachie


    Founded in 1967, GlenAllachie is a distillery with a short history. Designed by famed distillery architect William Delmé Evans, it was built to create malt for blends and has remained little known until more recently. Shortly after its first distillery bottling was released in 2017, the distillery was sold and a new era has begun.

    Now with Billy Walker – of Benriach, Glendronach and Glenglassaugh fame – at the helm, a range of age statement whiskies are available and single cask releases are being prepped. Finally, whisky fans will get a chance to try an ongoing whisky from this quiet but excellent distillery.

  • Glencadam


    Founded in 1823 in the wake of the Excise Act, the distillery operated without much incident until 2000, when it was mothballed by owners Allied. That didn't last for long, and it was reborn under the ownership of Angus Dundee, also owners of Tomintoul, who have since been investing in the distillery both as a source of whisky for blending and as a single malt in its own right.

    The range is bottled without chill-filtration or colouring and is aimed firmly at whisky connoisseurs. The whisky itself is excellent and increasingly picking up fans around the world.

  • Glendronach


    The distillery was founded in 1826, however was almost completely destroyed by fire 10 years later. It was rebuilt and has passed through a succession of owners, including the Grant family, Teacher’s and Pernod Ricard. In 2008, Glendronach was bought by The Benriach Company, the second distillery in its portfolio.

    The company's expertise was quickly put to use and thousands of pounds of sherry casks were purchased to finish and further mature the distillery's stocks. This led to a revamped sherry-focused range which has been attracting fans every since.

  • Glenfarclas


    Glenfarclas produce Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky using time-honoured traditions and the finest European Oak Sherry Casks. They are renowned for their range of aged expressions, from the delicate Speyside flavours of the 10 year old to the deep richness of the 25 year old and beyond.

  • Glenfiddich


    'It’s simply a question of quality - with such a wide range of brands on show from globally recognised whiskies such as ourselves to small, new producers, The Whisky Show is THE show for anyone both serious about their dram or just at the beginning of their own whisky odyssey. We at Glenfiddich are delighted to be part of it again this year.' Mark Thomson, Brand Ambassador

  • Glenglassaugh


    Glenglassaugh's whisky was once solely used in blends. During its early days, it was a component in Teacher’s and later on was part of Famous Grouse, Cutty Sark and Langs.

    Since 2005, its focus has been on creating single malt whiskies and in 2013 it was taken over by Benriach. Glenglassaugh has since continued to concentrate on single malts with a succession of new aged releases and several innovative expressions.

  • Glengoyne


    The spirit spends nearly 3 times as long in the stills as other whiskies, for a superb fruity flavour.

    Our sherry casks take the longest to prepare in the industry, for deeper, richer flavour and superb natural colour.
    Scotland’s most ‘green’ distillery through our innovative sustainability practices.

    'The change of venue made the show feel more consumer friendly and as a result, there was a better atmosphere at the event. The usual well kent faces and a decent amount of new ones. Always a good event and well supported by the industry and consumer alike.' Alan Wardrop

  • Glenrothes


    ‘If anyone wants to see the epitome of a top-end whisky show they need to see the way in which Whisky Exchange annually manages to showcase the very ‘best in class’. It is run with professionalism and enthusiasm exuding the much-admired quality cues of the industry.’ Ronnie Cox

  • Gordon & MacPhail

    Gordon & MacPhail

    On 24 May 1895, a new grocers shop opened on South Street in Elgin. One of the first new employees was John Urquhart, a 15-year-old who was serving his apprenticeship under owners James Gordon and Alexander MacPhail. When MacPhail retired in 1915, Urquhart became a partner and then sole partner when Gordon passed away two weeks later. Since then, his family has run the company.

    With the fourth generation now in charge, Gordon & MacPhail continues to grow. While the grocers is still on South Street, it is the company's whisky business that is its focus. Along with an award-winning and widely respected range of single cask bottlings, G&M also owns Benromach distillery and produces a wide range of single malt expressions.

    With such a long history behind it, G&M has some of the most impressive archives in the whisky business. With almost 100 years of bottlings available to them, we look forward to seeing what they will bring along to the Old & Rare show.

  • Green Spot

    Green Spot

    Green Spot is a pure 'pot still' Irish whiskey made for whisky merchants Mitchell & Son. For years, it was one of the only pure pot still Irish whiskeys still being produced, and was a flagship for the style. Now that Irish whiskey is experiencing well-deserved exposure, pure pot still is yet again rising in popularity, with Green Spot and its label mates leading the charge.

  • Hakushu


    Built at the foot of Mt. Kaikomagatake in the Southern Japan Alps, Hakushu produces very different whiskies to those from sister distillery Yamazaki.

    Focusing on smokier spirit, Hakushu's whisky varies from the rich and peaty to the light, zesty and smoky, expanding both the range of malts that Suntory has to produce its award-winning blended whiskies and the number of great Japanese single malts that the company release to fans around the world.

  • Highland Park

    Highland Park

    Established in 1798 on Orkney, Highland Park is one of the most remote Scotch whisky distilleries in the world.

    This northerly island location gives access to unique heather peat from the distillery's own moor, water from the same spring that has fed the distillery for more than 200 years, and a cool maritime climate that allows the spirit to mature slowly, developing into the rich and layered whisky that is consistently lauded by connoisseurs and experts.

  • Hunter Laing

    Hunter Laing

    “The Whisky Exchange Show is an excellent platform for us to share our passion, pride and enjoyment for Scotch Whisky with an enthusiastic British and international audience.” Stewart Hunter Laing, managing director

  • Isle of Raasay

    Isle of Raasay

    Co-founders Bill Dobbie and Alasdair Day first met in 2013 and formed R&B Distillers with the common goal of building Scotland’s leading artisanal distiller. Focusing on local production, provenance, quality and doing things differently. By 2015, they had identified the Isle of Raasay as providing the ingredients for the perfect dram, and revitalising the Isle of Raasay’s nineteenth-century Borodale House into a state-of-the-art distillery, visitor centre, and luxury accommodation was granted in 2016.

    Starting with a blank sheet of paper, they set about designing a distillery to create exceptional whisky that develops elegance, complexity, and depth early on in the maturation process that encapsulates Raasay’s style, character and impressive geological variety.

    Inspiration for the Isle of Raasay Single Malt came from some older styles of Hebridean single malts. Styles that had been lost through the ages and are not as prevalent anymore. This became the inspiration for the Isle of Raasay Distillery signature flavour profile: a lightly peated whisky, balanced with rich dark fruit flavours.

    Since its establishment in 2017, the Isle of Raasay Distillery has brought job opportunities to the island, worked closely with other local businesses and become embedded in the island’s tight-knit community. Part of the distillery’s ethos is to produce, mature, bottle and market every drop of spirit directly from the island. This seeks to maximise the influence of the island on the spirit, and the distillery on the island. To quote the inimitable Whisky Writer Dave Broom at our distillery opening: we are not just making alcohol, we are making spirit.

    The distillery now employs more than 25 people on the island; at least one of the employees is about to become a new parent too! An early indicator of creating inter-generational values; making sure this special island of 161 people continues to thrive.

  • J.J. Corry

    J.J. Corry

    Founded in 2016, JJ Corry are an old-fashioned company who practise what is now a lost art in the world of Irish whiskey – bonding.

    Once the regular way that whisky was matured and bottled, bonders bought casks from distillers and aged them in bonded warehouses, before vatting and bottling them under their own labels. JJ Corry is reviving this lost tradition, walking the path trodden by grocers and merchants of the past to create its own great whiskies.

  • Jack Daniel's

    Jack Daniel's

    Made in Lynchburg, Tennessee, Jack Daniel’s was founded in 1875. Old No.7 is the world’s best-selling American whiskey and the cult brand has a legion of fans.

    Sinatra’s love of Jack Daniel’s was recently acknowledged by the distillery with the release of Sinatra Select, made using special ‘Sinatra barrels’.

    Ironically, given it is home to one of the most famous whiskeys on the planet, Lynchburg is a dry county, and has been since the Prohibition era, which means that it is illegal to sell alcohol in any shop or restaurant within the town.

  • Johnnie Walker

    Johnnie Walker

    Founded in the first half of the 19th century, John Walker and Sons, makers of Johnnie Walker, are one of the longest continuously running whisky making companies in the world.

    Starting from humble beginnings as a grocer, the company grew through the 1800s until it was selling some 100,000 gallons of blended whisky a year in the 1860s.

    The modern era began in 1908, when the flagship blend became known as Johnnie Walker, named after the company's founder.

    Now a subsidiary of Diageo, the world's largest drinks company, John Walker and Sons continues to produce a wide range of whiskies, from the entry-level Red Label all the way up to the £12,000 a bottle John Walker & Sons Diamond Jubilee, released in 2012.

  • Jura


    With less than 200 people living on the island, Jura's distillery is at the heart of the community and sits in the middle of Craighouse, the island's biggest (and only) town.

    The present Jura distillery was built in the 1960s on the site of a previous distillery that had been founded in 1810 but closed and dismantled in 1901. Since the 60s the Jura has slowly grown and under the stewardship of owners Whyte & Mackay, has again become a well-known whisky.

  • Kavalan


    Kavalan Whisky is renowned worldwide for its high-quality single malts and innovative use of different casks.

    As the first and only family-owned whisky distillery in Taiwan, they are unique in their approach to dealing with the sub-tropical climate, creating a range with a wide variety of flavour profiles and consistent smoothness. ​

    Winning 2015’s WWA ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ award and 2016’s ‘World’s Best Single Cask Single Malt’ established Taiwan’s whisky making credentials, but more recently, Kavalan was named 2021 “Visitor Attraction of the Year” at Whisky Magazine Whisky Icons Awards. 

    The distillery’s founder spent years searching for the perfect site and, after finding the cold, pure spring water flowing through the Snow Mountain and the cleanest air in the country, Yilan in Northeast Taiwan was chosen as the location for the King Car distillery. Taiwan’s sub-tropical climate also provides Kavalan with another advantage: their whiskies age and mature at a faster rate than those produced in different regions across the globe.

    Aside from purchasing copper stills from Scotland, Kavalan brought in professional whisky consultant Dr Jim Swan to implement highly specialised distilling and blending as well as inviting a world-class specialist to join its R&D team. These investments in the distillery and its people ensure Kavalan whisky is of the highest standard possible. 

    The diverse range of whiskies created at Kavalan all start from the same fruity, tropical and precise new make.  From there the spirit goes into many different types of cask, some of which will be kept as single casks and go on to become part of the award winning, single cask type Solist range.  Others will be vatted together to create the unique and harmonious whiskies that Kavalan has become known for around the world.

    'With the support of whisky aficionados across the world every year, The Whisky Show offers whisky-focused education to learn about the passion and tradition that go into producing whisky for fans of all levels and experience. The Whisky Show is the event of the year that one could not miss out.' Ian Chang, Master Blender

  • Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co.

    Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co.

    The first Peerless whiskey went into barrels in 1889.

    After 5 generations we've revived the craft in our own state-of-the-art distillery, where we use the finest ingredients. All under one roof, select Peerless grains are milled, cooked, fermented, double-distilled and barreled as Bourbon & Rye. Experience every aspect of crafting Kentucky straight Bourbon and Rye from grain to bottle from downtown Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Kilchoman


    Kilchoman is Islay's newest distillery (for now), the first to be built on the island for 124 years.

    Since launching its first whisky in 2009, Kilchoman have released a string of fresh, peaty and unexpectedly complex whiskies to great excitement, picking up fans around the world and winning awards.

    Based on a farm that grows barley and with an on-site maltings, Kilchoman are also the only distillery Islay able to control every step of the whisky production, from field to bottle.

  • Kyrö Distillery Company

    Kyrö Distillery Company

    Back in 2012, a group of friends were having a sauna and drinking rye whisky when they began to ponder why nobody was making rye whisky in Finland. Surprisingly, the idea of starting their own distillery still seemed like a good one the following morning and from there, the journey of Kyrö began.

    After a successful first attempt at new make spirit (fermented in the home of head distiller Kalle’s parents), the founding friends began their rye journey in an old dairy in the town of Isokyrö. In 2014, Kyrö’s stills were heated up for the first time and the first whisky was laid to rest. Ten years on, the distillery has grown from a wild dream to a craft powerhouse with skill and capacity – and pretty great spirits.

    People and the environment are important to Kyrö – that’s what Kyrö spirit is made of. The new whisky distillery makes use of locally produced biogas, while the original distillery and visitor centre operate with a combination of waste heat from distilling and renewable energy. From the tiny town of Isokyrö to the bright lights of Berlin, the team works with local communities and organisations that focus on reducing inequality. Kyrö’s focus is always local – wherever that may be.

    Kyrö’s spirits are always made from 100% Finnish wholegrain rye – be it whisky, gin or liqueur. But we know you’re here for the whisky: a whisky that has come a long way since it was just a dream in a sauna. The Kyrö team had no idea how to make whisky the “right” way, so they did it their way. Aged through dark winters and bright summers, Kyrö Malt is a whisky you haven’t tasted before – to be enjoyed with friends, with or without the sauna.



  • Lakes Distillery

    Lakes Distillery

    The Lake District has long been a crucible for creativity, a place in which the imagination can flourish, and it’s no different for The Lakes Distillery, who take their inspiration from the UNESCO World Heritage Site where a state-of-the-art distillery has been built meticulously within a 160-year-old farmstead on the banks of the River Derwent.

    Sculpted into the very bedrock of the distillery, a quatrefoil represents The Lakes Distillery’s core beliefs. Faith, Hope, Luck and Love are the compass points of their journey, shaped by like-minded adventurers who appreciate their creative approach to whisky making and the rewards of its discovery at the intersection of art, science and nature.”

  • Langatun


    As a newly graduated master brewer, Jakob Baumberger founded a distillery on his father's farm in 1857.

    In 1860, he took over a small brewery in Langenthal (Celtic: "Langatun"), which he subsequently expanded into a flourishing business alongside the distillery. This was the foundation stone for today's distillery, which was founded by Jakob's descendant, Hans Baumberger, in 2005 and was allowed to move into the Kornhaus in 2014.

    The history of Langatun is above all the history of people, places and products that reflect the company's core values: Honesty, Quality, Commitment and Innovation.

    In addition to the distillery, Langatun today also operates a visitor center in the Kornhaus, where interested parties are welcomed for guided tours with tastings and distilling seminars. The premises can also be rented for events of all kinds.

  • Laphroaig


    One of the most divisive Scotch whiskies, loved by those who enjoy its medicinal, smoky flavour and looked on in amazement by those who don't, it remains one of the most popular.

  • Ledaig


    While Tobermory is best known for its unpeated spirit, peaty Ledaig has become well known amongst whisky fans for its distinctively smoky style. Owners Burn Stewart have continued to grow the range, with the 12 and 18 year olds winning awards and picking up new fans.

  • Loch Lomond

    Loch Lomond

    Loch Lomond distillery is one of Scotland’s most versatile, given the number of styles of whisky that can be produced there.

    This is thanks to its two pot stills, four Lomond stills and a single Coffey still for grain whisky – it is the only distillery in Scotland to produce both grain and malt whisky.

    The single malts made at Loch Lomond are (in ascending order of peatiness): Loch Lomond, Inchmurrin, Glen Douglas, Old Rhosdhu, Craiglodge, Inchmoan, Croftengea and Inchfad, with Loch Lomond and Inchmurrin the most readily available.

  • Lochlea Distillery

    Lochlea Distillery

    At Lochlea, we’ve been quietly producing, casking, and maturing our spirit over the last few years, patiently waiting to share the fruits of our labour with the world.

    Under the stewardship of ex-Laphroaig Distillery Manager John Campbell, our young ambitious team is striving to create something very different from a typical Lowland Scotch Whisky. With full traceability from barley to bottle, we want to be completely open with our customers and enjoy the journey together as Lochlea improves every year.

  • Longmorn


    A class A blending malt, Longmorn hasn't had much exposure as a single malt until recently. It is now a firm favourite of single malt fans and owners Chivas Brothers are continuing to expand the distillery's range.

  • Macallan


    While the distillery's expensive bottlings catch the eyes of the press, whisky drinkers around the world know their more obtainable drams.

    From the core 1824 Collection, to the limited edition 18 and small batch releases, the Macallan range is a showcase for how to use sherry casks to mature whisky.

  • Mackmyra


    The story of Mackmyra, Sweden’s first whisky distillery, famously began with a ski trip in 1998, when eight friends from Stockholm’s Royal Institute of Technology went on holiday together and all brought bottles of whisky to share. One evening in a hot tub later, and plans for the building of Mackmyra were formed.

    Now, almost 20 years later, the founders are on to their second distillery, and sit at the forefront of sustainable and energy efficient whisky production. Fortunately, they also produce a range of excellent whiskies, with local twists on traditional production methods giving the whiskies a distinctively Swedish character.

  • Mac-Talla


    Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers, is a family-owned Independent Bottling and Distilling business, with a legacy that spans 5 generations' experience in the whisky industry.

    In every whisky released, they are committed to continue to impart the knowledge that has been passed down and with their years of commitment to the industry it gives them access to a wide variety of unique and exceptional casks from pedigree distilleries across Scotland.

    Mac-Talla is a range of Single Malt Scotch Whiskies from the Scottish island of Islay. It is a journey across this weather-beaten island through the eyes of the Morrison family. Mac-Talla, meaning “echo” in Scottish Gaelic, perfectly reflects the taste journey that the Morrison family take you on as they demonstrate the multiple dimensions that come from this complex, untamed environment.

    Each whisky is non-chill filtered and with no added colour.

  • Michter's


    Based in Louisville, Kentucky, Michter’s offers a range of highly acclaimed Ryes, Bourbons & American Whiskeys. The history of Michter’s traces back to 1753, when John Shenk founded a distillery in Pennsylvania.​

    It wasn’t all plain sailing though. In 1989 the American whiskey industry suffered from a prolonged downturn and Michter’s then-owners declared bankruptcy, abandoning the Distillery’s assets & trademarks. It was revived when two whiskey lovers, Joseph J. Magliocco & Dick Newman, re-established Michter’s in Kentucky, the heart of the modern American whiskey industry. Today, Michter’s continues to go from strength to strength and is recognised internationally for its exceptional whiskey

  • Midleton


    The Whisky Show has to be regarded among the highlights of the Whisky calendar. It is not only a fantastic opportunity for the Whisky lovers of this world to keep up to date with what is happening in the industry, but also a perfect forum for those people within the business to share their visions for the future 

    Billy Leighton, master blender.

  • Morris Australian Single Malt Whisky

    Morris Australian Single Malt Whisky

    Established in 1859, the Morris family winery is one of the most acclaimed fortified producers in the world.

    Craftsmanship in blending, ageing and creating world-class fortified wine has been passed down through six generations of the family, allowing MORRIS to truly master the creation of extraordinary flavour in Australian single malt whisky.

    The unique and distinctive MORRIS whisky flavour comes from unrivalled access to fortified wine barrels for finishing the whisky, barrels which have held the world’s most highly awarded fortified wines. 

    In 2016, the distillery was built around the original copper still built in the 1930s and installed at the Morris winery in 1941.

    Today, we combine decades of tradition, our heritage still and ancient fortified casks with contemporary techniques to create a whisky that is a true expression of time and place.



  • Mossburn


    Mossburn was established in 1992 and is an independent bottler of Scotch whisky. The company focus on using its own custom 'Mossburn casks' to add a twist the whiskies they bottle.

    Using a mix of specially selected oak and prepared cask heads, Mossburn create something a little different.

  • Nc’nean


    Annabel Thomas founded Nc’nean back in 2013, with a mission to produce the most sustainable spirits the industry has to offer. After building the distillery from the ground up, Annabel and her small team started distilling over 4 years ago, filling their first cask in March 2017.

    Creative and curious, they are not afraid to walk their own path. Nc’nean use only organic Scottish barley, in their distillery powered by only renewable energy, and bottle their first whisky in the industry’s first 100% recycled clear glass bottle.

    Whilst they believe that maturation is critical, Nc’nean’s real passion is for the spirit which comes straight off the still. Their organic malted barley is mashed slowly, fermented slowly and distilled slowly, everything they do is to designed to achieve their trademark clean and fruity tasting spirit.



  • Never Say Die Bourbon

    Never Say Die Bourbon

    A combination of decades of distilling expertise, a careful selection of yeast strains and grain quality, and a never-before-seen final maturation in barrel across the Atlantic exposing Never Say Die to ocean air, humidity and temperature differentials offer a wholly unique flavour profile – blending traditional robust Bourbon notes with an adventurous twist.

    Never Say Die was co-founded by a team of trans-Atlantic partners with expertise in Bourbon supply chains, horseracing, PR and political campaigning, and an impressive history in distilling ultra-premium Bourbon. Never Say Die exists to embed the deep Kentucky links between horses and Bourbon, whilst personifying the historic relationship between England and the US. The Whiskey Show 2022 will be the brand’s first maiden race and will offer Bourbon lovers in England the very first opportunity to taste its unique flavours owing to its voyage, in barrel, across the Atlantic – the first Bourbon to make such a journey.

    Never Say Die Bourbon embraces the legacy of its infamous namesake. In 1951, in Lexington, KY, a foal had a rough birth and its life was in danger. Legendary horseman, John A. Bell III, was on site and poured a shot of whiskey down the throat of the struggling foal. Through the night, the horse made a dramatic recovery and was aptly named Never Say Die. Three years later Never Say Die won the biggest race in the world, the 175th running of the Derby Stakes at Epsom Downs (the Epsom Derby) at 33-1 odds, to become the first American-born horse to win the race in over 70 years.

  • New Riff Distilling

    New Riff Distilling

    Founded in 2014 by entrepreneur Ken Lewis, New Riff produces bourbon, rye and Kentucky Wild Gin. Using traditional whiskey sour mash methods, New Riff bottles-in-bond without the chill filtration commonly used by other distilleries. Bourbon and rye are also available in single barrel selections, and the distillery boasts a popular private barrel selection program.

    The distillery sources its water from an aquifer under the distillery accessed via a 100’ deep private well and providing water with four times as much dissolved minerals than found in other water supplies. New Riff believes in transparency, so all products feature an age statement and public mashbills.

    Whiskey Advocate’s “Top 20 Whiskeys of 2019,” Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey

    2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition:

    • DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL and BEST BARREL AGED GIN, New Riff Bourbon Barreled Kentucky Wild Gin
    • DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, New Riff Bottled-in-Bond Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
    • DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, New Riff Single Barrel Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
    • DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, New Riff Bottled-in-Bond Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey
    • DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL, New Riff Kentucky Wild Gin
  • Nikka Whisky

    Nikka Whisky

    Masataka Taketsuru, the father of Japanese whisky, was born into a sake producing family in Hiroshima.  Not content with making this traditional Japanese alcohol, the young Taketsuru travelled to Scotland to learn the art of whisky making. 

    After studying at Glasgow University and completing apprenticeships at Longmorn, Bo’ness and Hazelburn distilleries, Taketsuru and his new, Scottish wife Rita returned to Japan with the dream of producing whisky.

    The first Nikka distillery was founded in 1934 on the northernmost Island of Hokkaido in a small town called Yoichi and to this day still produces the same style of single malt – peaty, rich and salty, and still utilises direct, coal-fired stills.  In 1969 he opened a second distillery near Sendai called Miyagikyo that produces a green, grassy and herbaceous style of single malt as well as producing grain whiskies using a Coffey Still.  Both distilleries have the ability to produce many different types of spirit which adds complexity to the beautifully balanced blended whiskies that Nikka is known for.

    The range of whiskies produced by Nikka has won many awards and accolades over the years.  From winning “Best of the best” at the 2001 Whisky Magazine Awards – the first ever Japanese whisky to win this award, to multiple “World’s Best Blended Malt” titles for the Taketsuru range at the World Whiskies Awards.

    Nikka Whisky has become a fixture in Japan and throughout Europe, known for its passion for craftsmanship, quality and flavour. Masataka Taketsuru passed away just 10 years after the construction of Miyagikyo, at the age of 85. He forever remains the founding father of Japanese whisky, and to this day, Taketsuru’s spirit continues to live on through the Nikka blending team, whose quest for excellence in Nikka whiskies perpetuates his memory.

    “The Whisky Show's new, bigger venue, meant that Nikka Whisky's larger space was an ideal opportunity to communicate to even more consumers. We are always delighted by the level of knowledge and awareness the show's attendees have about our products and look forward to seeing them again at the show this year!”

    Emiko Kaji, international business development manager.

  • Old Perth

    Old Perth

    Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers, is a family-owned Independent Bottling and Distilling business, with a legacy that spans 5 generations' experience in the whisky industry.

    Their years of commitment to the industry gives them access to a wide variety of unique and exceptional casks from pedigree distilleries across Scotland. The Scottish city of Perth was historically the home of many a whisky company. It was the blending capital of the world where great blended malts were created however over time, Perth became the forgotten whisky city.

    Old Perth brings together the finest of sherry matured malt whisky from a selection of pedigree Speyside distilleries and expertly blends them in our home city of Perth, Scotland. Each whisky is non-chill filtered and with no added colour.

  • Old Pulteney

    Old Pulteney

    Defined and shaped by its stunning coastal location, Old Pulteney single malt Scotch whisky owes much to its home town of Wick.

    Established in 1826 at a time when the town was home to a thriving fishing port, Old Pulteney has a strong place in the heart and history of this coastal community.
    Being distilled and matured by the sea coupled with meticulous cask selection creates a distinctive flavour which sets it apart from other single malt Scotch whiskies.
    With traditional warehouses exposed to the invigorating sea air blowing in off the North Sea, Old Pulteney captures the taste of the sea in every drop of its liquid gold; from subtle coastal chords to more defined salty notes.
    Delivering a flavour spectrum from vanilla to spice with an added hint of saltiness, Old Pulteney takes you from vibrancy to indulgence.



  • Paul John Whisky

    Paul John Whisky

    Driven by the zest to break conventions, our Chairman Paul P John set out to penetrate the highest strata of the world of whisky to create a niche of his own, with the Paul John Indian Single Malts.

    The award-winning, Paul John Indian Single Malt has won over 200 prestigious international awards in a such a short space of time. The portfolio includes 3 flagship expressions – BRILLIANCE, EDITED and BOLD, 2 Select Cask expressions – CLASSIC and PEATED, and the occasional limited edition like the OLOROSO and the KANYA.

    From the sultry coasts of Goa, the Paul John Indian Single Malts are made from carefully chosen indigenous ingredients – 6-row barley, water, and yeast – that together create a brilliance of a different kind. Moreover, the tropical climate of the region provides the ideal temperature and ambiance for the whisky to mature to perfection. The culmination of the graceful union of art with science, the Paul John Indian Single Malts are made from a vigilantly watched process that starts with the mashing of grains, fermentation, distillation, maturation, vatting and finally bottling. Paul John Indian Single Malt is non-chilled-filtered and there are no additives.

  • Rampur


    Radico Khaitan, the mind behind Rampur whisky, is India’s oldest and biggest spirits producer. Its history dates to 1943 but it wasn’t until 1972, when the Khaiten family purchased the distillery, that it enjoyed great success.

    In April this year, the distillery released its first single-malt whisky to add to its collection of blended whiskies. The distillery is named after its home town, located in northern India, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. Due to its location, it experiences a higher climatic contrast between the seasons, which has a significant effect on maturation and adds to Rampur’s uniqueness. Its mission is to consistently deliver a timeless and quality whisky, and we are excited to have it for the first time at the show.

  • Redbreast Irish Whisky

    Redbreast Irish Whisky

    Redbreast has been sold since 1939 and is now made at Midleton distillery in County Cork, alongside other greats such as Powers, Green Spot and Jameson. Once a whisky on its own, the Redbreast 12 has more recently been joined by 15- and 21-year-old expressions, as well as the multi-award-winning, small-batch Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength.

    With numerous awards across the range, single pot still Irish whiskey is a category to watch and Redbreast remains the benchmark.

  • Roe & Co.

    Roe & Co.

    George Roe & Co helped build the golden era of Irish whiskey in the 19th century. Their distillery at Thomas Street in Dublin extended over 17 acres and they were Ireland's largest exporter of whiskey. As neighbours for hundreds of years George Roe & Co and Guinness were the two biggest names at the heart of Dublin’s historic brewing and distilling quarter.

    The tower and the pear tree sit directly across from the famous St. James’s Gate Guinness Brewery as a reminder of George Roe’s former prominence in the city's life and now as a source of inspiration for the new whiskey.

    Roe & Co is at the heart of this new vibrancy, celebrating the memory of George Roe, a true pioneer who helped build the original golden era of Irish whiskey. Refined, elegant, and with remarkable depth, a masterful blend of rich Irish malt whiskey and the smoothest of grain whiskey aged in bourbon casks.

    Using her 30 years of experience, our Master Blender Caroline Martin has created a versatile, premium whiskey. Roe & Co is a luxuriously smooth blend with a perfect harmony between the intense fruitiness of malt and the mellow creaminess of the grain whiskies.

    Roe & Co is non-chill filtered and bottled at a higher than usual abv of 45%.

  • Sagamore Spirit

    Sagamore Spirit

    We are proud to call Baltimore our home and since April 2017, have been distilling and aging our proprietary straight rye whiskey from our distillery on Baltimore’s waterfront. It takes 4 years to get to the perfect taste so stay tuned!

    But we wanted to share our Maryland-style rye whiskey before our distillery was built. So we asked our friends in Indiana to distill our two different proprietary mash bills for us. They make great whiskies out there and we couldn’t be prouder of the product. Once the whiskey is aged, it’s shipped to our Maryland distillery in barrels and our distilling team proofs it with Sagamore Farm spring water, before hand-bottling and labeling each one.

  • Sailor’s Home Irish Whiskey

    Sailor’s Home Irish Whiskey

    Sailor’s Home is an innovative, contemporary and premium Irish Whiskey brand from Limerick which consists of five expressions, linked by the desire to explore the boundaries of flavour. Crafted under the watchful eye of renowned Master Whiskey Maker Dr Jack Ó’Sé; Sailor’s Home is made in Ireland but shaped by the world, with its distinct flavours created using an adventurous approach to blending, ageing and finishing.

    Inspired by the original Sailor’s Home built in 1856, to reward seafarers on their journeys with the experience of home away from home, Sailor’s Home seeks to take drinkers on a new journey, with flavours that push the boundaries of what is expected of a premium Irish Whiskey.

    Sailor’s Home Irish Whiskey is inspired by the rugged and untamed Wild Atlantic Way on the Western coast of Ireland and the original Sailor’s Home built in 1856 as a welcoming shelter for the international community of seafarers travelling through the port of Limerick. Expressing our passion to explore and create new and delicious whiskey possibilities, Sailor’s Home is about the welcome, character, place, people and stories of Limerick. It’s about the West Coast of Ireland and our unique relationship with the sea. It’s about all those with the need to explore who respect tradition and paths well-travelled, whilst forging a new and innovative approach to Irish Whiskey that places taste above all.

  • Samuel Gelston's

    Samuel Gelston's

    Gelston’s Old Irish whiskey was founded in Belfast in 1830 by Samuel Gelston, a very successful wine and whiskey merchant.

    In 1869, upon Samuel’s death, the business was bought by Harry Neill. Harry, himself passionate about whiskey, had left Belfast a few years earlier to make his fortune in the Australian Gold rush of 1851. Harry went on to expand the Gelston’s business significantly up until his death in 1891.

    Five generations on Gelston’s remains in the hands of the Neill family who continue to nurture, select and blend the highest quality whiskeys.

  • Scapegrace Distilling Co.

    Scapegrace Distilling Co.

    Between stimulus and response, there is a space. A space wide enough to fill with the greatest ambitions and wildest ideas. It was in this space that two friends fathered the idea to create a brave new world of spirits and wrote the first chapters for a book where the ending is unknown, but the title is undeniably Scapegrace.

    Scapegrace launched in 2014. The brand is New Zealand’s largest independent spirits business, exporting to 40 countries globally across 5 different continents. Known for its distinct positioning and elevated aesthetic, the brand has also been awarded the highest possible honour for its profile, picking up the World’s best London Dry Gin at the prestigious International Wine and Spirits Competition, London 2018.

    The brand is also the creator of the World’s first naturally Black gin which has taken the world by storm.

    The Single Malt journey has been part of the brand’s strategic direction since early creation, with a real focus on pioneering the movement of New Zealand Single Malt Whisky on the global stage.

    This purposeful direction led to Scapegrace combing New Zealand to find the ultimate site to create New Zealand’s largest distillery and Single Malt project. With a great ambition to showcase New Zealand Single Malt to the world, we are very excited to release our first allocation of Scapegrace Limited Release Single Malt.

  • Seven Seals

    Seven Seals

    The SEVEN SEALS Distillery AG is a small company in the innovative production and marketing of spirits! The main focus of the company is on whisky production.

    Headquartered in Stans (NW) in Switzerland, the company is committed to innovation in spirits production and outstanding quality.

    We are a whisky producer with a team that works with innovation, passion, and integrity towards a common goal: to offer our customers and consumer a unique product and innovation in spirits production!

    We are committed to simplifying the production of whisky in particular, shortening the time of production without sacrificing quality, aroma, and character, improving production ecologically and economically, and thus delighting and surprising our customers all over the world.

    We produce our own whisky called SEVEN SEALS.

    We develop, supervise and support whisky producers and whisky brands in the production of their products, focusing on speed, quality, and aroma!

    Seven Seals sets new limits especially in "finishing"! "Time doesn't matter" - time is by far not the main aspect of our finishing. "Taste matters" - the decisive factor is taste.

  • Single & Single

    Single & Single

    The Single & Single signature lies not in how our whiskies taste, but in how they make you feel. That’s said, we are uncompromising in what we seek out: cask strength, single cask, singularly exquisite, enticing, unusual and ideally aged.

    We have an undying penchant for sherry-matured spirit, and are ardent admirers of Scotland’s established distilleries. But we don’t limit ourselves. Some of our whiskies have been heavily peated, others come from uncommon sources, and a few have been finished in experimental casks. Our aim is to open minds, stimulate the senses and create memorable experiences, something one style of whisky could never do.

    Our mission is to relentlessly hunt down rare, atypical casks and bottle these for the dedicated whisky lover. It’s what we’ve always done, and it’s what fuels our future quests.

  • Six Isles Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

    Six Isles Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

    The Six Isles brings together exceptional single malts from six different Scottish Islands.

    Unbound by a single style or locale, these whiskies are connected by wilderness alone. Dawn breaking over the Black Cuillin of Skye. Waves crashing at nightfall on Jura. Spirits whispering at Orkney’s standing stones. Each sip is the essence of island life, a tale no guidebook could ever convey. This blend of malts creates new from the ancient. Rounded and complex to the last – each drop a passage to the rich landscapes of Scotland’s islands.

  • Slane Irish Whiskey

    Slane Irish Whiskey

    Our People
    The people of Slane have never done things by half. We break ground. We blaze trails. On this ancient land, a new religion was ignited. It’s where music was brought to the masses. And now it’s where Irish whiskey is perfected. Who would have thought you could turn a crumbling 250-year-old stable into
    one of Ireland’s most pioneering distilleries? We did. And then, well, we made it happen. And our whiskey? Created with the barrel-rising art and whiskey-making expertise of the Brown Family and born on the historic grounds of the Conyngham Family, our award-winning blend brings the legacies of two historic families together for generations to come.

    Our Place
    Slane Irish Whiskey was born in the legendary Boyne Valley. There could be no better setting in which to discover the nature of whiskey. Our rural setting is a sprawling tapestry of fertile land, wild countryside, and native woodlands surrounding the mythical River Boyne, the water source for our distillery.

    Our Commitment to Sustainability.
    Our ambition at Slane Distillery is to become a zero-waste facility. We actively promote biodiversity protection and enhancement and we engage, work with, and support our local community. We have embedded energy recovery and reduced water consumption and the capacity for onsite energy generation into our state-of-the-art distillery design while considering how we interact with and support our surrounding natural environment and the local community in which we live and work.

    Our Music Heritage.
    Slane Castle has been rockin’ out since 1981 and the Conyngham Family have welcomed many famous faces to their iconic home over the centuries. In addition to the world-renowned Slane Castle concerts that welcomed over a million music fans to the grounds, a chart-topping album was recorded in the castle.

  • Smokehead


    A whisky that’s uncompromising, unexpected and defiantly different, Smokehead embodies a wild spirit that’s custom built for outliers.

  • Spirit of Yorkshire

    Spirit of Yorkshire

    We believe in doing things properly, at every step of the growing and distilling process. Using 100% homegrown barley and with a unique still set up, our whisky is light, fruity and full of character and flavour. 

    Join our sessions and come chat to us on our stand to learn more about how we’re taking the best of tradition and applying new thinking, to create delicious single malts.



  • Starward


    It uses Australian barley and is aged in apera casks (Austalian sherry). Starward’s journey started in 2004 when its founder, David Vitalie, opened a new distillery with local investors.

    His mission was to produce a whisky which has a balance of tradition and innovation. Its single malt is complex with rich, sweet and spicy aromas.

  • Stauning Whisky

    Stauning Whisky

    Reviving traditional methods lost to industrialization, Stauning whiskies are all made from local grain that is floor malted in-house.

    Distillation takes place in 24 small copper pot stills – under each of them scorching fire burns. These stills produce whiskies whose deep flavours reflect the surrounding landscape of the Danish West Coast. In 2018 Stauning Whisky moved into its new distillery. A structure with a dramatic silhouette and innovative engineering, that draws upon decades of classic Danish design and architecture.

    Its sharp angles crafted from burnt timber, mirror the old fishermen’s huts it shares the coast with. Stauning Whisky uses only local barley and rye all of which is floor-malted in-house using methods that draws upon centuries of whisky-making knowhow and tradition – but with a twist of Stauning ingenuity and innovation.

    Direct-firing the distillery’s 24 copper pot stills helps to create complex and deep flavours and adds weight and character to Stauning’s whiskies. It’s difficult and expensive, but it’s totally worth it.



  • Talisker


    Despite its remote location, Talisker's whisky is well known around the world.

    One of the key single malts in owner Diageo's large portfolio, it produces a distincly maritime whisky, balancing sea spray and smoke with a classic peppery character. In recent years, the iconic ten-year-old has been joined by a range of other drams, all showing different sides to the distillery's versatile character.

  • Tamdhu


    In January 2012, The determination of Ian Macleod Distillers saw the Tamdhu distillery doors open once more.

    Inspired by the founders' commitment to creating the very best whisky, the family enterprise wanted to build upon the impressive Tamdhu legacy. Ian Macleod Distillers return the distillery to its former glory, using the same process and passion for Sherry maturation as the founders had before them.

  • That Boutique-y Whisky Company

    That Boutique-y Whisky Company

    That Boutique-y Whisky Company bottles a wide range of whiskies from around the world, including single malts, blends, blended malts, bourbons and more. The company has picked up numerous awards over the past few years, including the World's Best Blended Whisky award at the World Whiskies Awards in 2015.

    Each bottling has its own specially designed label, drawn by artist Emily Chappell. They are full of whisky industry in-jokes, cameos and horrendous puns, all of which we approve of.


  • The Balvenie

    The Balvenie

    Widely respected across the whisky industry as well as by fans, Balvenie are one of the best-known distillers in Speyside.

    Situated on the outskirts of the region's whisky capital, Dufftown, near to sister distillery Glenfiddich, Balvenie has been producing whisky since 1893.

    Much of the distillery's success can be attributed to malt master David Stewart, who started as an accountant for parent company Grant's in 1962. Having worked as master blender for the whole company for decades, he 'retired' in 2009, and now devotes all of his energies to Balvenie. The distillery and David are known for pioneering the use of cask finishing, and the core range still features the award-winning DoubleWood whiskies that brought the technique into the public eye.

  • The Dalmore

    The Dalmore

    'Every year The Whisky Show attracts more whisky enthusiasts, and this year was no exception. The level of interest and passion which many of the attendees showed was beyond my expectations. At times the questions were relentless, but if a Whisky Show like this can attract this kind of genuine enthusiasm, it will always have my support. Roll on next year!' 

    Richard Paterson, Master Blender

  • The Glenturret

    The Glenturret

    Originally owned by Sir Patrick Murray of Ochtertyre, The Glenturret Distillery is mentioned in the purchase records of the Barony of Ochtertyre as far back as 1763.

    Today, the distillery still sits proudly in its original location on the edge of the historic town of Crieff. Known locally as ‘The Hosh’ – it is a picturesque and secluded setting that has long provided a home for distillers, both legal and illicit.

    In September 2020, after more than 250 years of distilling, The Glenturret embarks on the next stage of its journey. Together with new owners The Lalique Group, the world-renowned crystal maker, a completely new range has been released; a contemporary new bottle designed by Lalique and new whiskies crafted by the highly respected Whisky maker, Bob Dalgarno in small batches by hand, eye and heart. An era-defining moment that unites Glenturret’s contemporary elegance with the distillery’s long-standing reputation for traditional craftsmanship.

    The Glenturret’s three touchstones, which they fondly call, ‘The Trinity’, underpin everything they do, and together, shape the character pf their spirit. The Trinity combines the extraordinary Provenance of people, place and spirit with their traditional Prowess in handcrafted whisky making and an enduring Passion to bring whisky lovers moments to treasure in spirit and glass.

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman

    Always Single Malt focused – whether championed in blends or pure Single Malt expressions. Always enriching the flavour, lengthening the depth, refining the smoothness. After all, everything comes back to the whiskey. It’s our pride and our focus. Every one a true original, triple distilled to leave a lasting impression.

    A tip of the hat to Ireland’s Golden Era of Irish Whiskey. Learning from the past to create the future. Rediscovering Irish Single Malts. Single Malt – that’s our heart.

  • The M&H Whisky Distillery

    The M&H Whisky Distillery

    Take true passion for single malt whisky, add the boldness and cutting-edge innovation that the Israeli startup ecosystem is famous for, mix it with no-compromising commitment to craftmanship and tradition, and you get M&H, Israel's first whisky distillery.

    We started with a dream about a thriving distillery that produces world-class spirits. Stepping into terra incognita, we knew that this was going to be a long journey full of twists and turns, but we never doubted it would be worth it. And we were right.

    From the beginning we have been aiming for the best: craft enticing spirits to sip after a day at work, at home or in the neighborhood bar, and special editions to be savored in celebrations. We tested ingredients, experimented with the recipes and traveled the world to select the most suitable casks. We hired the late Dr Jim Swan, one of the world's most accomplished master distillers and an expert in hot climate distillation and maturation, as an advisor.
     Compromise is never an option. We pursue perfection in every aspect, from our custom-made traditional copper pot stills to quality control throughout the process. And of course, we built an outstanding team of enthusiastic people who make everything happen.

    Israel's 300 sunny days in an average year and the Mediterranean climate are our greatest advantage. Hot climate maturation means that our whisky ages rapidly, yet significantly gracefully. Our country's geographical diversity is our playground. We leave selected casks to soak the unique terroir of the country and bring new flavors into our single malt.



  • The Oxford Artisan Distillery

    The Oxford Artisan Distillery

    From the moment The Oxford Artisan Distillery was a twinkle in our eye, we knew our distillery would be different. Not different for different’s sake, but different to be better; to be more sustainable, more thoughtful, more considerate of the world around us.

    Working with our organic and regenerative farming partners, mostly within 50 miles of our distillery in Oxford, this is sustainable artisan production at its best; regenerating the land, supporting biodiversity and managing every stage from seed to still and into the bottle, with the use of absolutely no pesticides, fungicides or herbicides.

    At our distillery’s home, a carefully restored, Grade II listed, 18th century threshing barn, our whiskies are produced from our unique heritage grains in our Steampunk-esque still, Nautilus. Nautilus was painstakingly built from scratch to an original design by South Devon Railway Engineering, a team of steam engine craftsmen and some of the last great industrial coppersmiths in England – the team rebuilt the boiler of no less than the Flying Scotsman.

    The production of rye whisky has been part of The Oxford Artisan Distillery’s core plan from day one, with the first casks laid down more than 3 years ago, a few months after the distillery opened in July, 2017. The first three batches of Oxford Rye Whisky launched this year to wide acclaim, with Oxford Rye Whisky Batch #4 to follow in September 2021 and further expressions in the coming months.

  • The Singleton

    The Singleton

    A favourite of whisky blenders, the majority of the spirit produced Dufftown goes into the vats to make Diageo's huge range of blended whiskies.

    However, Dufftown took centre stage in 2009 when it was chosen as the European representative of the revived Singleton brand, designed as an easy-drinking gateway single malt to introduce new drinkers to the category.

  • The Whisky Show Stand

    The Whisky Show Stand

    Founded in 1999, The Whisky Exchange is the leading global retailer of whiskies and fine spirits, with an award-winning online shop and three shops located in the heart of London at Covent Garden, Great Portland Street and London Bridge.

    As a family company, The Whisky Exchange believes in excellent products at competitive prices and exceptional service. The company’s philosophy is simple – never rest on your laurels. The team, led by founders and brothers Sukhinder and Rajbir Singh and buyer Dawn Davies MW, is constantly trying to find new products with genuine heritage and quality in all drinks categories, while continuing to innovate and ensure its website and shop are the best in the business. Above all, the company is built on its amazing range and its people and is responsible for the loyal and ever-expanding fan base from around the world.

    The Whisky Exchange in numbers: 4,000 whiskies including 3,000 single malt Scotch whiskies; 650 Cognacs and Armagnacs; 650 rums; 580 gins; 230 American whiskies; 150 Tequilas; three shops. 

    London Shops
    2 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9HH / Tel: 020 7100 0088
    90-92 Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7NT / Tel: 020 7100 9888
    88 Borough High Street, London Bridge, London, SE1 1LL / Tel: 020 7631 3888

    www.thewhiskyexchange.com / Tel: 020 8838 9388

  • Tobermory


    Here on Mull, we celebrate creativity and are expressive in nature. This is evident in the colourful houses of Tobermory, framed by the rich and dramatic landscape of our beautiful island.
    This passion for art in nature, isn’t just reflected in the harbour waters, but in the distinctive spirits we craft here at our coastal distillery.
    Everything we make is an expression of the rich palate that our Hebridean home provides.
    One distillery produces two distinct single malts made for half the year each: a non-peated Tobermory and a heavily-peated Ledaig.

  • Togouchi


    Togouchi is a high-end & artisanal Japanese whisky brand produced by Sakurao Brewery & Distillery, located in Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima prefecture.

    The company was founded in 1918 and has been producing sake and liquors for over 100 years. It started making whisky in 1990 when they created Togouchi. In 2018, the distillery expanded its facilities to meet bigger production needs with the growth of the Japanese whiskies to a wider global market.

  • Tomatin


    Founded in 1897, Tomatin only really got going a decade later in 1909. From there it slowly but surely grew, adding more stills until it hit a colossal 23 in 1974, making it the largest distillery in Scotland with a notional capacity of 10 million litres per annum.

    Unfortunately the downturn of the 1970s hit Tomatin hard and it didn't get the chance to hit its maximum capacity. By 1986 it had closed. However, Japanese investors stepped in and saved the distillery, and has been rebuilding both its reputation and production ever since.

    Now well known for its excellent single malts, Tomatin is back on top and growing. We look forward to seeing what treats they bring to the show.

  • Tomintoul


    While Tomintoul was only founded in 1964, it's packed in a lot of whisky making in the past forty years.

    Originally built to make whisky for blending, in 2000 it was bought by blending company Angus Dundee, who have since spent a lot of effort creating a range of excellent single malts.

    More recently a peated expression, Old Ballantruan, has hit the market, further cementing Tomintoul's status as one to watch.

  • Two Stacks Whiskey

    Two Stacks Whiskey

    Part of the new wave of Irish bonders & blenders, since their launch in early 2020.

    Two Stacks vision was to bring creative, transparent and innovative products to the market. With a release of 3 core whiskeys and several limited-edition expressions, alongside the world’s first whiskey served in 100ml can format dubbed Dram in a Can. Two Stacks have gone on to expand into over 20 export markets worldwide.

  • Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey

    Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey

    Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey is the Most Awarded American Whiskey or Bourbon of 2019, 2020, and 2021. The brand honours Nearest Green, the first known African American master distiller. 

    Affectionately nicknamed Uncle Nearest by his friends and family, Green is credited with helping perfect the globally recognised Lincoln County Process, which is the only thing that distinguishes Tennessee Whiskey from Kentucky Bourbon (other than geography). This unique filtering of bourbon through sugar maple charcoal was named after the county where Nearest lived and made whiskey.

    Today, our Master Blender and Nearest’s 5th-generation descendant, Victoria Eady Butler, continues his legacy of excellence as the first African American master blender for a major brand. Uncle Nearest is the fastest-growing American whiskey in history and our three ultra-premium whiskeys have garnered more than 310 awards and accolades throughout the world since the brand’s July 2017 U.S. debut.

  • Watt Whisky

    Watt Whisky

    Watt Whisky is an independent bottling company, based in Campbeltown, started in December 2019 by Mark and Kate Watt. Between them Mark and Kate have over 40 years experience in the Scotch whisky industry and have turned their experience and passion into the Watt Whisky range.

    Kate and Mark’s philosophy is that it’s all about the taste, and they bottle good, honest whisky, priced for drinking rather than collecting.

    Although they are known for whisky they also occasionally branch out into rum, and possibly other spirits in the future. Basically, as long as it tastes good and has spent time in a cask, then they’ll happily bottle it.


  • Westland


    Unlike most distilleries in the USA, Westland do not make a traditionally American style of whiskey.

    Instead they pioneer the distilling team's own interpretation of the single malt whiskies made elsewhere in the world. With a range that encompasses the light and fruity, and the heavy and peaty, Westland is pushing the boundaries of distilling in America.

  • Whisky.Auction


    Whisky.Auction is an auction website that offers the finest whiskies, spirits and wines from all around the world.

    Based in London, Whisky.Auction is run by a team of knowledgeable industry experts, including auction director Isabel Graham-Yooll. The platform runs a monthly auction for spirits as well as a popular quarterly miniatures and memorabilia auction and regular wine auctions.

    Whisky.Auction is dedicated to providing a first rate, personalised service for our customers. Our stringent process for ensuring authenticity means that we reject anything which raises the slightest doubt regarding its provenance. Every bottle is hand checked by our team of experts fully trained in old and rare bottles. We have a knowledgeable team on hand to answer any questions before, during and after the auctions, with the option to personally pick up and drop off bought and sold items from our team at our Park Royal office in London. We also provide a free valuation service for anyone looking for more information on bottles in their possession, helping them make informed decisions about whether or not to sell.

    With customers all around the globe buying and selling with us, we have an excellent track record delivering whisky and spirits worldwide.

  • WhistlePig


    WhistlePig Farm sits on the edge of Shoreham, Vermont, and has been the base of operations of the company since it's 2008 founding. Starting with rye whiskey carefully sourced from Canada and later the USA, and now continuing with its own spirit produced on the farm, WhistlePig have made a name for bottling some incredible whiskeys.

    Led by master distiller Dave Pickerell and enthusiastic entrepreneur Raj Bhakta, WhistlePig has burst out of its Vermont home, with whiskey appearing on shelves around the world, picking up fans wherever it lands.

  • White Peak Distillery

    White Peak Distillery

    White Peak Distillery was established in 2016 by co-founders Max and Claire Vaughan.  The vision was to create authentic spirits from Derbyshire and establish a destination to celebrate the craft of whisky-making.

    Wire Works Whisky is the regions very first single malt, with the inaugural release launched in February 2022.  

    Provenance, heritage and flavour are at the heart of the Distillery ethos and whisky-making process, and its home at the former Johnson & Nephew Wire Works is celebrated within the whisky brand. The Distillery’s woodland location on the banks of the River Derwent has a long history of innovation and making and now forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   

    Wire Works Whisky celebrates its rich homeland and the brewing heritage for which the region is so renowned, and every strand of the whisky making process has been considered in the pursuit of flavour. The Distillery uses local live brewer’s yeast combined with a long fermentation and the copper pot stills were hand-made to the Distillery design - run slowly to add the final character before it goes into the cask. The core expression is lightly peated, which is unique amongst its peers and adds background complexity to the fruit forward new make. Every aspect of production and maturation is done onsite at the Distillery to ensure that the unique location and environment can play their part in the provenance of the final whisky.

  • Wilderness Trail Distillery

    Wilderness Trail Distillery

    All Wilderness Trail products are handcrafted with precision focusing solely on a unique sweet mash process and producing consistent great tasting award winning spirits.

    Shane, a mechanical engineer and Pat, a PhD microbiologist and biochemist have more than 20 years of industry experience consulting and trouble shooting for distilleries around the world. Their wealth of experience has lead them to produce whiskey championing process that few other distilleries use; Infusion Mashing (cooking each grain in the mashbill at its optimum temperature), Clean Steam (Wilderness Trail is a chemical-free distillery), Sweet Mash (only fresh water, grains and yeast are used in the mashing/cooking process each time) and Low Barrel Entry Proof.

    All Wilderness Trail ingredients are 100 percent KY Proud®-sourced ingredients from a local seed farmer.

  • Woodford Reserve

    Woodford Reserve

    The original distillery was built by Elijah Pepper, who had been making whiskey in the county since 1797. When his son took over the business in 1831, he built the present distillery building which was completed in 1838. Steeped in history, Dr James Crow, often referred to as the ‘father of Bourbon Whiskey’ developed some of the methods that led to the legal definitions of straight bourbon and his research and writings have greatly benefited fellow distillers and future generations.

    Woodford fell victim to the adverse market conditions and the owners were forced to mothball the distillery before selling it in 1972. The site fell into disrepair and for a time was used for farming. In 1993, however, the distillery was bought back by its previous owners and after a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, Woodford Reserve is still going strong, with more than 100,000 tourists visiting each year.

  • Yamazaki


    Yamazaki is Japan's oldest distillery and still the top selling single malt whisky produced in the country.

    Whiskies from the distillery are not only sold around the world, but are also key to creating owner Suntory's award-winning range of blends. Along with sister distillery Hakushu, Yamazaki's whiskies have shown the world that there is a lot more to whisky than Scotland.

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