If you enjoy whisky (note this is the Scottish spelling) or learning about the drink of the gods...hey, I have Scotland in my blood...then here's a place you want to visit, even if only by internet. Here's the link and if something catches your eye you can place orders. They ship to the U.S. if your state allows, plus all over the world. https://www.google.com/#q=cadenhead's+whisky+shop+and+tasting+room+London
Cadenhead’s Whisky Shop and Tasting Room was one of the stops on our trip. Stephen was in residence the day we showed up in his tasting room, and we were able to spend an hour (or longer) visiting and enjoying a sample or two.
My enjoyment of scotch is my husband’s fault. He is a scotch advocate, loving the smoky taste of the Islay distilleries and I, who once would never taste the stuff, have come to appreciate sherry cask varieties.
William Cadenhead started bottling and selling the pure product of local distilleries in the Victorian era, 1842 to be more precise. Today, the independent bottler continues to offer excellent qualities of scotch, blended and non-blended varieties, as well as other fine spirits. Yes, they do have yummy rum, too!
Unfortunately, we weren’t able to get into one of the weekly tasting, but they did have the bottling my husband wanted and held it for us to pick up when we returned to London on the backend of our trip.