Distillery Specific indices are useful for collectors and investors who are focused on bottle performance from iconic distilleries. They also provide brand owners with a "brand health" measure that reflects prevailing buyer appetite for the brand.
A single chart containing all of the distillery specific indices.
Vastly popular among drinkers and collectors, Ardbeg offers something for every peat-fan across most price-points.
Dufftown heavyweight Balvenie was once toted as being a potential challenger for Macallan's dominence of the collectors market.
The oldest Islay single malt helped start the whisky collecting craze with some of the most collected bottles on the market.
The RWB (Rare Whisky Brora) Index includes official releases up to and including 2012.
Re-imagined by the incomparable Jim McEwen, this malt has been incredibly prolific over recent times.
Some great quality limited releases show appeal for the softer side of Islay.
Often overlooked, Caol Ila is growing in appeal with connoisseurs, collectors and investors as a high quality alternative to other Islay stablemates.
North Highland Wildcat, Clynelish, is famed as the successor of newly re-born Brora. It's waxy, fruit spirit is becoming increasingly popular.
With some of the oldest, rarest bottles ever created, Dalmore is one of the go to collectors distilleries.
The RWK (Rare Whisky Karuizawa) Index tracks the performance of a select collection of bottles from this silent Japanese distillery.
Continued high quality heavily sherried releases have seen Glendronach become increasingly popular
Has been called 'Probably Speysides Finest'. This is a collection of bottles excluding the Family Cask series as that has its own index.
This pioneering malt has been releasing rare gems since the 1960s.
Synonymous with the beating heart of Speyside and steeped in history, this is THE Glenlivet
A Highland classic now dusted down, polished and represented under new owners LVMH.
Recently re-positioned with a "Viking Soul" it has always been sought after for its peerless liquid.
Gently nurtured by owner's Diageo, this cult Islay becomes ever more popular.
Heavily peated cornerstone owned by Beam Suntory. One of the all time classic collectables
Arguably the king of collectables.
The RWPE (Rare Whisky Port Ellen) Index contains all official releases from this collectible Islay icon up to and including the twelfth release.
The 3rd in the Silent stills holy trilogy... THE definitive lowlander, tripe distilled, delicious.
A true collectors malt... a hidden gem... a Campbeltown classic!
Skye's oldest (and only, until recently) distillery, and arguably one of the most famous in Scotland.
The Yamazaki Index tracks the performance of 30 collectable bottles from this hugely desirable Japanese brand.