THE LAST DROP miniatures collection

“One Hundred Years of The Last Drop”

It is part of The Last Drop Distillers' distinctive packaging that every bottle comes with a miniature. Some people drink it before opening the main bottle, others prefer to keep it as a souvenir of a bottle drunk - but everybody loves it. 

Therefore, we decided to keep back a few miniatures of our two 50 Year Old whiskies to offer something truly unique: "One Hundred Years of The Last Drop". The Miniatures Collection comprises one 50ml miniature bottle of each of our two 50 Year Old Releases, and is presented in a brown leather case with an engraved pewter Quaich, the traditional Scottish friendship drinking cup, and a numbered certificate of authenticity. 


Only 250 sets available

This is an exclusive opportunity to taste two different expressions of The Last Drop... Before there is no more. 


The Last Drop 50 Year Old Double-Matured Blended Scotch Whisky

An extract from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2016
Awarded 97 points and Scotch Blend of the Year

You’d expect, after half a century in wood, that this would be a quiet dram, just enjoying its final years with its feet up and arms behind its head.  Instead we have a fairly aggressive blend determined to drive the abundant fruitiness it still possesses to the very hilt.  It is backed up all the way by a surprising degree of warming, busy spice.  There is a hell of a lot of life in this beautiful ol’ dog.

The Last Drop 50 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky 

An extract from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2014
Awarded 96.5 points and Best Blended Scotch Whisky of the Year

 
They took a magnificent whisky which for no other reason than pure serendipity, like Adam Adament, had awoken in another age but instead of, like our Victorian hero, being  lost in a strange new world, found itself in one ready to appreciate and embrace its manifold beauty. This whisky was thrown back for a few extra summers in oak to take it to 50 years. A bold move. And it remains a quite astonishing, for life-remembering dram of labyrinthine complexity. "