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The recipe is based on notes made by Sir Alexander Walker (grandson of the founder John "Johnnie" Walker). Beautifully bottled in a crystal-grade decanter and...
Part of Diageo special releases 2016. Distillery bottling, non-age statement, 4932 bottles, cask type is refill sherry and a Speyside whisky. On the nose, the...
Part of Diageo Special Releases 2015.  A blend of 4 ages, this Clynelish that has trademark rich waxiness, along with refreshing green apple, lemon and...
Part of Diageo 2016 special release. Distillery bottling, 37 years old, vintage of 1978, bottled 2016, with a total of 6114 bottles, from the Speyside...
Part of the Diageo special releases 2016. This is the oldest ever official bottling of Cambus. Aged in refill American oak hogshead, just 1,812 bottles...


If you’ve wandered into one of our shops, you will know that we take our whisky seriously. We love the smooth caramel notes of Speyside, the nutty flavours of Highland and the peaty character of Islay. In fact, just like wine, whisky holds a wealth of different flavours and aromas. You’ll find green apple notes in Glengoyne 10 Year Old, tropical hints in Balblair 2005, and smooth dark chocolate nuances in Bowmore 15 Year Old… Oh, we’re salivating just thinking about it. Though unlike wine, whisky is not primarily a food accompaniment – but a great digestif. And it is of course splendid in a Manhattan or Old-Fashioned!

It’s not only we at Oddbins who love whisky – it’s a worldwide love fest. From Canada to Japan, whisky is produced. Japan’s Nikka from the Barrel is not only handsome on the eye (designed to look like a cologne bottle), but also a sheer, smooth, banana-laden treat. And even Sweden has got in on the fun: let us present Mackmyra, Sweden’s first whisky. And it’s absolutely yummy.

Yes, there’s a whole world of fermented grain mash goodness out there. Your first stop? Oddbins!