The Fishermans Retreat whisky store has been around for over a quarter of a century. From buying the first few single malt whiskies to stock the bar back in 1992, to purchasing the first cask in 1995, whisky has always been at the heart of the Fishermans Retreat. These days, our on-site whisky shop has over 500 different Scottish single malt whiskies in stock. We are proud to be able to bring you a hand-picked selection of our most exciting and rare bottles to purchase online.
Ardbeg Double Barrel
The Ardbeg double barrel is contained within this leather Purdey and Sons Gun Case, is a surfeit of treasures any self-respecting Ardbeg collector will covet.
To facilitate a somewhat opulent tasting, Ardbeg have included a plethora of hand-crafted adornments. Two leather-stitched books ? the ‘Ardbeg Double Barrel Story’ and the ‘Ardbeg Sampling Register’ are provided, with an Omas, oak and sterling silver fountain pen.
One of Scotland’s most prestigious silversmiths, ‘Hamilton & Inches’, has contributed with eight, sterling silver dramming goblets. It even includes a pair of handling gloves, lest unwanted smudgery ensue. If, God forbid, any such blemishes were to occur, leather cleaning and silver polishing kits are discretely enclosed.
The two mouth-blown bottles of 1974 single cask Ardbegs almost seem like trivial inclusions. The truth is, the whiskies are the real treasure here, as well they should be. Drawn from two of Ardbeg’s finest casks, #3160 and #3528, these are a fitting centrepiece to an exquisite piece of collaborative craftsmanship.
Only 250 of these wonderful cases were created. Here is a rare chance to get one for yourself.
Due to the rare nature of many of the bottles listed in the Fishermans Retreat online whisky shop, stock is limited. To complete the purchase your chosen product, simply click the Product Enquiry button, and we will contact you straight back to process your order.
For over 200 years, Ardbeg has been made on the small, remote Scottish Isle of Islay. Some people travel to Ardbeg along the winding road from Port Ellen. Others follow their nose, their destiny or the advice of a good friend.