Gordon & MacPhail has added two new expressions to its redesigned Private Collection a 33-year-old single malt from silent distillery Inverleven and a 44-year-old Glenrothes bottling.
The new-look range is part of Gordon & MacPhail's move to streamline its 14 ranges to five: Discovery, Distillery Labels, Connoisseurs Choice, Private Collection, and Generations.
The range includes an "ultra-rare" whisky from closed Lowland distillery Inverleven and a 44-year-old single malt distilled at Glenrothes Distillery.
The releases were selected by Stuart Urquhart, Gordon & MacPhail's associate director of whisky supply and fourth generation family member.
Stephen Rankin, Gordon & MacPhail's director of prestige and member of the Urquhart family, said: "For over a century my family has been maturing whisky and using our skills, experience, and passion for single malts to recognise exactly the right moment to bottle a spirit that will be loved by discerning whisky drinkers around the globe.