Chorlton Whisky

Chorlton Whisky Bottlings

The first release of 2019 – a very special blended malt – didn’t last very long! There’s some other exciting stuff coming up quite soon though, and as usual the best way to keep up to date with upcoming releases is by signing up to the mailing list here.

If you’re looking for one of the older bottlings then feel free to drop me a line and I may be able to point you towards one of our stockists.

Shipping is charged at cost, and there’s a free local pick-up option at checkout if you’re in the Manchester area. If your location isn’t available please get in touch and I’ll see what I can do.

All Chorlton Whisky releases are bottled at natural strength from a single cask, with no chill-filtering or added colouring. No monkey business, basically.


Còig Deicheadan 17-year-old

This is a blend of sherry-matured single malts from famous distilleries, some of which are very old indeed. (The name means “five decades” in Gaelic…) SWA rules mean I can only provide further information on request, so feel free to get in touch if you’d like to know exactly what’s in this!

The nose is full of red fruits, with darker hints of leather, chopped nuts and smoke beneath. The palate has a creamy nutmeg note, cut through with orange peel, and an overall (belated!) Christmassy feel.

Sold out, but email me if you missed out and I may be able to help.

Ardmore 9-year-old

Sweet and smoky single malt from this amazing Highland distillery. The nose has baked apple with orange cream and honey, backed by a savoury smokiness. The palate is smoky and rich, with burnt honey, gingerbread and treacle. Juicy green fruits pop out with time, and lead into a long, chewy finish with spiced orange.


This bourbon barrel contained 153 bottles at 60.1%, and they are available for £55 each.

Orkney 9-year-old

Lightly-peated single malt from a famous island distillery! Starts off with salted caramel and sea spray on the nose, with herbs, old driftwood and honeyed fruit developing. On the palate it’s salty, sweet and citrussy, with a little sticky cough mixture edge and a long, long finish. Light heathery smoke drifts through the whole thing. I love this one.


This bourbon hogshead contained 191 bottles at 63.1%, and they are available at £50 each.

These are sold out, but you may still find a bottle at one of our stockists.



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  1. Philip July 8, 2017

    Is it possible to try a couple of samples – how much do you charge? I live in Leigh, but sometimes work in Manchester.

  2. Stephen Nychay August 23, 2017

    Do you ship to the US?
    Thanks, Stephen

  3. ian August 26, 2017

    I want to purchase a few bottles and would like delivered to Dublin, is this possible, thanks?

  4. Paul February 7, 2018

    Hi David, I’m hoping you will have some new stock soon!

    • admin February 8, 2018 — Post Author

      Yes, it’s been a bit of a ‘mare, but should have 3 new things very shortly, and then plenty more nice stuff through the rest of the year.

  5. Chris Farrell May 11, 2018


    Any upcoming islay bottlings that will be for sale ?


    • admin May 11, 2018 — Post Author

      Yes indeed, and very soon too! If you’re not already signed up to my mailing list then now would be a good time if you’d like to get first dibs:

  6. ian sunderland September 17, 2018


    can I get two bottles of the Orkney and I must get the same of the Ben Nevis (one of my fav distilleries 🙂 – when it arrives.

  7. Hamelin David October 1, 2018

    Hi David,

    I would like to buy some bottles, do you know if you will have more Ledaig and Benrinnes?

    Thx. Regards.
    David (the best ones ^^)

    • admin October 1, 2018 — Post Author

      Hi David. Sorry, those ones have gone for good. Always looking for more casks from those distilleries though!

  8. Hamelin David October 5, 2018

    Hi, is it possible to try a couple of samples? ive bought already 3 bottles ? I would like to test other bottles.


    • admin October 5, 2018 — Post Author

      Yes, sure. But aside from the 3 you bought there’s only the Orkney in stock! (New things are coming in the next month though)

  9. Andy January 29, 2019

    So, what’s in the new blended 17yr old. My friend turns fifty this year and this could be an affordable and tasty 50th birthday pressie.

  10. Conor Strang February 11, 2019

    I was wondering if I could have more info on the 17 year old blended malt, just bought one.

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