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Limited Edition 30-year-old Whisky

The finest Scotch Whiskies were sourced to create a truly exceptional 30-year-old blended Scotch Whisky. 

A Limited Edition 30-year-old Whisky produced to commemorate the  anniversary of The Gunners' famous last-minute title win at Anfield in May 1989.

Only 1,989 bottles produced. Each bottle is individually numbered and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.

The perfect whisky gift for any Arsenal super fan.


Tasting notes:

Nose:  Vanilla and apple, rich oak, chocolate truffle and plum.

Palate:  Clean and fresh, gentle spicy tingle with smooth soft fruits and a creamy mouth feel.

Finish:  Gentle fruity sweetness becomes richer with time.


Our Whisky has been developed by the team at Ian Macleod Distillers, responsible for multi- award-winning brands such as Glengoyne and Tamdhu.

The blend combines many of the finest malt Whiskies from the Speyside and Highland regions of Scotland with grain Whiskies,  all of which have been matured in Sherry, Bourbon or select refill casks.

Distilled, blended and bottled in Scotland.

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Currently, our vodka flavours correspond to team colours. We don't currently offer different flavours in different bottles, however we may offer this in the future.

Yes, we offer beautifully crafted wooden gift boxes. Simply add a box to your order and our team will pack the box ready for gifting.

We don't currently offer personalisation, however this may be something we offer in the future.

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We offer next day delivery and standard delivery. Our delivery charges are calculated at the checkout.

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No, we don't have a minimum order requirement. Whether you'd like to order 1 bottle or 20, we look forward to receiving your order.

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