Glenrothes Robur Reserve
Laphroaig Triple Wood
The Macallan 1824 Collection
Old Pulteney WK499 ‘Isabella Fortuna’
Bunnahabhain Darach Ùr (and Cruach Mhona)
Old Pulteney WK209 ‘Good Hope’
Glenlivet Master Distiller’s Reserve
Bowmore 100 Proof & Springtide
Auchentoshan Springwood & Heartwood
Johnnie Walker Explorers’ Club
anCnoc Peter Arkle
Highland Park Warriors
Jura Turas Mara
Old Pulteney Lighthouse Collection
Talisker Dark Storm
Glenrothes Manse Brae Range
Glenfiddich Cask Collection
Old Pulteney WK217 ‘Spectrum’
Bruichladdich Organic Scittish Barley
White Horse Gold Edition 1890
- Some bottlings began as Travel Retail exclusives and were extended to the general market later on.
- Release dates are only approximate
- Series of bottles with different release dates are filed under the original announcement dates.
- This list may not be comprehensive. Additions are welcome.
The first NAS TR exclusive I found without excessive searching was from 2008. But we can see that the phenomenon ony really took off in 2012. The industry insider who wrote the article about these whiskies on Whisky Israel explained it with “shocking demands” from the Travel Retail companies. The defence of NAS on Caskstrength is along the same lines. It would be interesting to know if the blamed policies were toughened in recent years, ultimately causing the rise in such bottlings from the lower level of around 2010 and before. If there was no such change, the argument would lose some of its credibility.