A beautifully embossed plain screw cap cylinder mineral water from the Greenock Apothecaries. The trade mark features the Scottish Inventor James Watt sat in a chair. This bottle was recovered from the floor of a harbour near Helensburgh by shellfish divers in the 1980s.
Army and Navy Stores Whisky, believed to date from the 1870-1880's. The cellar tags say "Mid 19th century Army and Navy old Liqueur Whisky". These are some of the oldest intact whisky bottles ever found.
Aged in new charred American white oak barrels, this bourbon has a subtle aroma of fresh fruit and a taste that includes hints of dried apricot, ripe pear and a sweet roasted grain. The finish has notes of charred oak and warm winter spices.