We English celebrate our accomplishments with abandon -- fireworks you can see from space, parties overflowing Trafalgar square, and the BBC asking tearful Frenchmen "So, how do you feel about it not being Paris 2012?". Celebrate England's entry into the whisky game with an entire barrel of the stuff, from Norfolk's English Whisky Company.
England's first authorized malt makers in over a century are now properly marking their besotted feat by offering the general public barrels of our nation's first ever peated single -- be the first one to buy one, and condemn the next guy on the block to re-peating your boldness.
Formerly homes for American bourbon, the oak vessels come in 30 litre size, with 50L's on the way, yielding 40/66 bottles of cask-strength (46% ABV), 3-year-old grain (it starts talking, you start slurring). The booze is "unchillfiltered", bypassing the taste-diminishing cosmetic process that makes it look better in the bottle; because of this, you can also home-age it to your liking, allowing it to slowly suck in the flavour and colour of the cask itself for as long as you have it -- i.e., until you come across a massive barrel of Coke.
For the slightly less thirsty, they'll also sell you the peated single in bottles, as well as two just-now-maturing distillations finished in rum and sherry barrels. As for obtaining it, they'll deliver anywhere in mainland England, though for the barrel they recommend you pick it up, as "you will definitely take more care on the journey home than the courier" -- though you might start celebrating too early, causing the BBC to report "Man completes 50-liter dash in record time".