This 28-year-old Glengoyne single malt is a limited edition from 2000. The bottle comes in a rare metal display case, designed to resemble a distillery’s spirit safe. Spirit safes were introduced in 1823 together with the enactment of the Excise Act. The moment the spirit came off the still, it went through a transparent padlocked box that the distiller had no access to. He could observe the spirit to improve the quality of the cuts. But most importantly, this method prevented distillers from siphoning off whisky and selling it illegally; the only person with a key was the exciseman. One of only 1500 bottles. Due to the size and weight, it takes up two spaces in a parcel.