Morrison and MacKay are Independent Scotch Whisky Merchants and Compounders (Producers) of the Finest Scottish Liqueurs.
Operating from the "Heart" of Perthshire and with generations of experience in Scotch Whisky, they aim to produce the best possible Scottish products.
With their own bottling and blending facility and dedicated team, they can offer a first class service.
The Vintage Malt Whisky Company was founded in 1992 to produce a range of malt whiskies from Scotland's finest distilleries and is now recognised as one of Scotland's leading independent bottlers.
The company's award winning brands include Finlaggan, The Ileach, and Islay Storm, all single malts from the island of Islay on the west coast of Scotland and The Cooper's Choice, a superb range of single cask bottlings.
Berry Bros and Rudd are Britain's oldest wine and spirit merchant, established in the 17th century. Their flagship store has been located at 3 St James's Street, London since 1698 when it was founded by the Widow Bourne in London. A supplier to the royal family since the reign of King George III, Berry Bros and Rudd hold two Royal Warrants for H.M. The Queen and H.R.H The Prince of Wales.
Berrys' Own Selection Scotch Whisky comprises an extensive range of own-label bottlings of fine and rare vintage Single Malt whiskies including several bottlings at cask strength. Every cask has been selected by their own expert tasters and only exceptional whiskies deemed fit for inclusion make it into this range. All, almost without exception, are exclusive to Berrys.
Created in 2014, Chapter 7 is an independent bottler's brand. They started out by bottling single casks from Scotland's lesser known distilleries, but have started vatting their own styles.
Chapter 7 explores and celebrates the uniqueness of every cask of whisky.
Taking its name from the "Rest and be Thankful" inscription on a stone at the summit of Glen Croe on the A83, the Rest and be Thankful Whisky Company seek out rare and prestigious single cask whiskies.
All of their expressions are bottled at cask strength, are non-chill filtered and with no colourings or additives to be enjoyed as nature intended.
R&B stands for Raasay and Borders, where the company is building distilleries.
The Isle of Raasay distillery was opened in September 2017, creating an entirely new provenance for Scotch whisky.
While waiting for these distilleries to start producing their own unique products, R & B is working with a Highland distillery to very deliberately craft the styles of whisky representative of what's to come.