With assistance from the esteemed and industry-wide knowledge of Mitch Bechard here are some whisky flights for you to start your journey through our collection in The Still. This list is not exhaustive though so come and have a chat if you would like us to put together a bespoke tasting for you (starts at £25 and can go up from there!).

The Helen Cumming Flight – £17.00
Inspired by the great Helen Cumming who ran the Cardhu distillery and whose family built the Dowans Hotel back in 1888. This flight is also dedicated to all the current female master distillers and blenders in the industry – they rock!
Cardhu 12 years old
BenRiach 12 years old
Macallan 12 years old

Our Whisky Neighbours – £16.00
We are in the heart of the most condensed area anywhere in the world for Whisky distilleries. This flight includes 3 of our closest whisky neighbours.
Aberlour 12
Glenellachie 12
Dailuaine 16

The 40 Year Old Unicorn Flight – £1,740.00
We stock some old and exceedingly rare whiskies that we like to call unicorns. This is a chance to try them all side by side, a once in a lifetime experience!
Balvenie 40 Year Old
Macallan 40 Year Old
Glenfarlcas 40 Year Old
Glenfiddich 40 Year old

The Smokey Rebels – £20.00
Speyside is famed for its light, floral whisky. These rebels break that regionality ‘rule’ by adding smoke giving them a peaty characteristic. Not to be mistaken for Islay whiskies however as Highland peat tends to lean more towards bonfire rather than medicinal.
Glenfiddich Fire & Cane
Benromach Peat Smoke
Balvenie Week of Peat

The New World – £29.50
Our 650+ whiskies are not only from Scotland. We also embrace whisky making from around the world and recommend trying some of the ‘new world’ drams.
Amrut – India
Kavalan – Taiwan
Yamazaki – Distillers Reserve – Japan

The Backstage Tour of Scotland – £30.00
Scotland is split into 5 whisky making regions – Speyside, Islay, Campbeltown, The Highlands and The Lowlands. We have selected 5 unusual ones from those regions that may surprise you!
Aisla Bay – A smoky Lowland
Glen Scotia – A touch of saltiness but a fruity number from Campbeltown
Caol Ila Distillery Edition – A smoky Islay whisky finished in Moscatel Casks
Craigellachie 13 – A meaty beast from Speyside
Old Pulteney 17 – A salty and briny number from way north in the Highlands