During each year of maturation about 2% of the spirit is lost through natural evaporation. This is called the 'angel's share' and explains why older whiskies are less readily available and more expensive to buy. There is simply less whisky in the cask to bottle.
Lagavulin Distillers Edition - Smoke and butterscotch, dried fruit and leather: This delicious spirit is what happens when you take an amply peated whisky from the Islay region of Scotland and age it in sherry casks, which imparts a deep amber hue and a winey suppleness. A special bottling that's not much costlier than the distillery's 16-year-old single malt, this is a scotch for the end of the evening, for contemplative moments, for a treat.
Bowmore Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Limited Edition, since 1969, Hand-crafted, 40 Years Old were ever created. Bowmore presented in an individually hand-blown and sculpted bottle, adorned with a hand-engraved solid silver neck collar.