Celebrate The 2018 World Cup In Style

Companionship of Whisky

Celebrate The 2018 World Cup In Style

The 2018 World Cup Final is happening this weekend and, depending on the outcome, there will be those that are celebrating and those that will be commiserating – whichever it is, do it in style with a fine and rare Scottish Whisky.

Scottish whisky, by its very nature, cannot be made overnight – it is the product of years of dedication and perseverance combined with hard-earned skills and experience – much like a national sports team. Whisky has traditionally been used to mark significant events from welcoming in the new year, celebrating a birth (new or slightly older!)  to key life events from graduation to meaningful anniversaries.


A Scottish Whisky, created to Celebrate England’s World Cup win Back in 1966

In recognition of the 2018 World Cup Final, we thought what better way to illustrate how a whisky can capture a moment in time such as England’s World Cup win back in 1966, than with this exquisite example:

Tullibardine 40 Year Old, World Cup 1966 Edition

This and many other fine bottles of rare and old whisky can be found on our online bottle shop, check it out today.

Make 2018 a Year to Remember

If you want to celebrate 2018 now and for years to come, then there is no greater way than with your very own cask of whisky. The process is a lot simpler than most people would imagine and our dedicated team of experts are there to help at every step.

If you have ever thought about owning your very own cask, even in passing, then you’ll be pleased to hear how  straightforward the process can be, from choosing a cask that suits your preferences and budget, through to how we could help you bottle your own whisky, with its very own label, when you decide to do so.

To find out more, check out our helpful Cask Buying Guide or fill in a form for a free no obligation quote, and you are on your way to owning your very own cask.


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