I obtained a bottle only once in Paisley, Ontario, at the LCBO (20 years ago) when a particularly discerning Scotch expert was manager of that location. The only other bottle I have ever seen was brought back from South Africa by a family friend, who was willing to share it. I have been looking in Ontario for this product ever since, but no success. There is a distributor in the US, you can readily locate them by means of an internet search using the name of the Scotch.
This Scotch, in my opinion, is worth keeping, and enjoying with other appreciative guests. There is only one way to enjoy it, in a proper Scotch tasting glass, with just a dribble of distilled water (never tap water) added to release the locked up essence of the spirit. In Scotland, the ideal is to carry a bottle and glasses to the burn or water source used in the production of the particular Scotch, and add just a wee splash of the fresh burn water to the glass of Scotch. Some claim it is better to add NO water, but try it both ways, you will see some advantage in the addition.
If you take the time to progress through the tasting properly, you will create an experience that you, and your fellow connoisseurs, will really enjoy of an evening.
"May ye ne'er want a frien', or a dram to gi'e him!"
Bob o' the weekday!