This impressively aged Glen Scotia single malt has has quite the maturation journey! Distilled in Campbeltown back in December 1973, it was filled into refill bourbon casks for the first three decades or so of its life. In 2011, the liquid was then transferred unto first-fill bourbon casks, where it was left until 2019. At a smashing 45 years old, it was bottled at 43.8% ABV, with just individually numbered 150 bottles released. Alongside, there’s a stunning handmade presentation case, crafted from sustainably-sourced British walnut, complete with leather lining.