Infrequent Flyers

The ‘Infrequent Flyers’ range is a series of single cask bottlings of Scotch whiskies, sourced from the many distilleries throughout Scotland. Our bottlings are predominantly single malts, though now and again we release a single grain. These whiskies are all bottled in their most authentic form – un-chill filtered, at natural colour, and usually at cask strength.
Each single cask that is bottled is unique – they are one-offs, and by their very nature only generate a limited number of bottles. Once they’re gone, they’re gone…
Unusually, we don’t include tasting notes on our labels – this is by design, rather than error! Whisky is quite subjective; everyone has their own opinion as to what they experience in a particular dram. We don’t want to tell you what to look out for – but will let you figure it out yourself. We do, however, use a little terminology to provide some guidance – on the front label we categorise the style of the whisky, as either Classic (i.e. non-peated), Peated (i.e. smoky, phenolic), Triple Distilled or Wood Finish (where the whisky has spent some time maturing or finishing in different wood, such as a sherry cask, for example). This may be somewhat of an over-simplification, but it provides a starting point – the rest is up to you!
The inaugural Infrequent Flyers release (Batch One) was bottled in June 2019, and consists of nine single cask bottlings. Encompassing an array of styles, vintages and regions, these malts originate from the Highland, Speyside, Lowland, Orkney and Islay regions, and there is even a single grain whisky included for good measure.
We will be releasing batches of single cask bottlings on a fairly regular basis, so please revisit the website for news on our latest cask selections.