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We can’t choose it for you, but we do have a few ideas on giving a personalised whisky gift.

1. Get To Know What They Like

When you're buying a whisky present, it's a good idea to start with what they usually drink. If they're new to whisky, or they like blends, you can help them explore a wider range of flavours with a tasting gift pack. Alternatively, if they have a Single Malt Scotch Whisky of choice, start with the same distillery.

2. Start With The Same Distillery

If they drink Talisker 10 year old, you'll not go far wrong with Talisker Storm. Or even Talisker 18 year old, if you're looking for a life-long friendship. Take a look at Our Collection and explore the range of whiskies from their distillery of choice.

3. Explore New Territory

If you're starting from scratch, our Tasting Packs allow you to give a range of flavours. If you're working from a preferred brand, move further afield in the region where the distillery is based for different expressions. And, of course, if they like Single Malt Scotch Whisky and they like surprises, anything from Our Collection will be a welcome gift.

4. Try A Special Release

If budget is no issue, or this is a friend who's no stranger to the world of Single Malt Scotch Whisky, you might like to look at our Special Releases. Limited editions, unusual techniques and flavour combinations, real rarities and malts bottled on significant dates they're all there for you to share and discover.