Arran James McTaggart 10th Anniversary Edition 70clView More
Arran James McTaggart 10th Anniversary Edition 70cl
Nose – Cream soda, orange oil, a hint of celery salt, cardamom and grapefruit.
Palate – Green apples and ripe nectarine. Freshly-made caramel, a crack of black pepper and an intriguing waft of curry spices.
Finish – Lingering rye-like herbaceous spice, with yellow plum for balancing sweetness.£43.65
Auchroisk 25yr 1990 (Special Release 2016)View More
Auchroisk 25yr 1990 (Special Release 2016)
Nose – A fresh mix of sweet peaches and pears, bright lemon peel and a hint of white blossom. Rather scented and feminine perhaps. Minty notes, a little beeswax, hints of aniseed and leather. Very soft grassy touches.
Palate – Similar sweet and sour mix. Fruit salad, fruit cake, with a hint of pepper. Slight varnishy / fragrant touches. Cereal notes, creamy vanilla, a little ginger.
Finish – Quite long, still fruity and minty with a warm spicy glow.£202.45
Big Peat Feis Isle 2018 70clView More
Big Peat Feis Isle 2018 70cl
Nose – Initially dried seaweed then comes barbecued meats and golden syrup.
Palate – Smoked barley with damp leather, chimney soot and a hint of lemon rind.
Finish – Long and moreish with a sea-salt tang plus streaky bacon and charred oak.£35.00
Bowmore 18 70clView More
Bowmore 18 70cl
Nose – Pungent, citrus. Stewing fruit, hints of damp wood and a very soft smoke.
Palate – Spirity at first, then gives way to perfume, fruit, plum jam. A good sweetness, peat smoke and hints of grape.
Finish – Seville marmalade, blossom, dark peat.£61.50
Bowmore 1988 bottled 2017 – 70clView More
Bowmore 1988 bottled 2017 – 70cl
Nose: Diced almond, cherry bakewell, toasted oak and sea breeze (as well as a touch of burnt ends).
Palate: Hearty oak, buttered toast, seaweed, caramel sauce, slightly floral at points.
Finish: Lingering hints of citrus blossom petals and smoked meat.£315.00
Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 70clView More
Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 70cl
Nose – Nicely balanced, though perhaps a little shy at first (it’s a fine line). Vanilla with some sweet lemons and oranges. Hints of apricots and berries. Light biscuity notes. Sea spray indeed, and some light wood smoke.
Palate – Nicely oily, and quite a maritime Bowmore indeed. A really nice combination of salt and fruits. Citrus, peaches. Iodine and a some earthy smoke. Touches of ginger.
Finish – Not too long, slightly drier. Same mix of fruits, salt, ashes and a light earthiness.£65.65
Bruichladdich Black Art 5 70clView More
Bruichladdich Black Art 5 70cl
Nose – Notes of cherry, mango, apricot, damson and a warming orange citrus all swathed in an oak blanket of soft brown sugar, vanilla and figs dipped in syrup.
Palate – On the nose, you find damson, mango, pineapple, melon strawberry, plum and apricot. One after the other they weave in and out of focus on your palate while the structure of the oak gives honey, tobacco, vanilla and hints of spicy cinnamon. as elegant and refined a dram as you will find.
Finish – Light stone fruits and a cream texture are a delight with a perfect balance of oak, malt and fruit. As the flavours begin to fade a gentle floral mellowness settles to leave a lasting impression.£192.00
Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old 70clView More
Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old 70cl
Nose – Salted caramel leading to sticky toffee pudding sprinkled with nutmeg. With time a leathery quality emerges.
Palate – Dense, rich sherried notes perked up with a coastal saltiness. On a second wave roast chestnuts emerge and gentle wood spice.
Finish – Woodspice becomes mixed spice. The finish is warming and lengthy; salt and sherry towards the very end.£68.25
Bunnahabhain 25 Year Old 70clView More
Bunnahabhain 25 Year Old 70cl
Nose – Sherried; sweet toffee and polished leather followed by cinnamon and the faintest hint of cardamon.
Palate – Fruit compote doused in cream and caster sugar, this develops into roasted malt, chestnuts and stewed raisins.
Finish – Demerara sugar, mixed spice, nutmeg and caramel lingering for long after the final sip.£238.00
Bunnahabhain Stiuireadair 70clView More
Bunnahabhain Stiuireadair 70cl
Nose – Dried fruit and creamy caramel with hints of brine, vanilla, nuts and a touch of spice.
Palate – Creamy mouth feel with a dried fruit influence, sea salt, creamy caramel and gentle spice.
Finish – Long and lingering with hints of dried fruit.£28.35
Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dha 70clView More
Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dha 70cl
Nose – Lovely gentle peat, hints of spice warmth and complexity. Some fruit, smoke.
Palate – Spiced heat opens with sweet fruits, dates, sweet smoke, cracked black pepper.
Finish – Long, house style comes through amid the smoke.£32.75
Deanston 40 Year Old 70clView More
Deanston 40 Year Old 70cl£750.00
Deanston Virgin Oak 70clView More
Deanston Virgin Oak 70cl
Nose – Fresh citrus, honeyed barley and a subtle hint of smoke.
Palate – Toffee sweets pop up first, followed by a dollop of cream and oak notes.
Finish – Oak spices on the finish.£27.80
Glenfarclas 30View More
Nose – Rich, dark. Smoky, sherry. Sugared peels, zesty. Rubbery.
Palate – Thick. Creamy sherry, buttery, spicy, malt loaf. Herbal, fresh.
Finish – Long, full, rubbery on the tail.£280.00
Glenfiddich Experimental Series – Winter Storm 70clView More
Glenfiddich Experimental Series – Winter Storm 70cl
Nose: A bouquet of tropical fruit and candied sweets are perfectly balanced with underlying wine notes.
Palate: Soft sweet notes reminiscent of candied fruit and Turkish delight develop into flavours of mouthwatering lychee. The fusion of sweet flavours is soon met with a rich drying sensation from the icewine.
Finish: Short and crisp.£139.35
Highland Park 17yr – The Dark 70clView More
Highland Park 17yr – The Dark 70cl
Nose – Cinnamon sticks, pine and ginger, with layers of chocolate-chip cookie dough and fruitcake bringing sweetness.
Palate – Plump raisins and roasted coffee beans, with light wisps of heather-y smoke appearing later on.
Finish – Mint chocolate ice cream, prunes, almonds and forest floor richness.£135.00
Linkwood 37yr 1978 (Special Release 2016)View More
Linkwood 37yr 1978 (Special Release 2016)
Nose – A little meaty with apple core and a handful of malted barley. Vanilla soon makes itself known alongside hints of tropical fruit and floral notes.
Palate – Yum yums or doughnuts initially with fruit developing. Especially freeze-dried strawberries, which come to the fore.
Finish – Oak emerges now with a sprinkling of cocoa or some grated milk chocolate.£435.00
Octomore 8.4 Islay Single Malt Whisky – 70clView More
Octomore 8.4 Islay Single Malt Whisky – 70cl
Limited to 12.000 bottles and comes with 58.7% ABV and 170 ppm. Matured in 20% first fill Virgin Oak barrels 80% first fill ex-Bourbon barrels, ACE’d in 2nd fill Virgin Oak of the French Tonnellerie Radoux.£105.45
Royal Salute – The Diamond TributeView More
Royal Salute – The Diamond Tribute
To celebrate Queen’s Diamond Jubilee as well as its 60th birthday, Royal Salute Chivas made Diamond Tribute. A unic blend inspired by a diamond perfection, universal symbol of eternity. Elaborated from an exclusive whisky collection, the rarest have been selected at Royal Salute Vault in Strathisla, the oldest distillery still in activity in the Scottish Highlands. It harbours the most scarce and precious barrels of at least 21 years old. Design of the bottle of Diamond Tribute, deep dark blue, symbolize 60th anniversary with the prism of a discreet luxury using at the same time very high standard materials.
Sight – Steady amber colour
Smell – Rich and concentrated notes of peach and sherry completed by unbelievable savours of spiced licorice
Taste – Fully and exceptionally soft. Creamy and rich toffee savours melted with a ripe grape juice savour.
Whisky Style – Fruity, Spicy, Woody£150.00
Scallywag 13 70clView More
Scallywag 13 70cl
Nose – Big, dark, distinctly sherried, raisin-y with home-baked fruitcake and molasses to the fore.
Palate – Sweet dark sherry opens, then detect late vanilla, nutmeg and ginger mixing with rich cereal tones.
Finish – All of which combine in the still spiced finish offering a long and wagging tail-end of mocha.£38.75
Tomatin Five Virtues – Metal 70clView More
Tomatin Five Virtues – Metal 70cl
Nose – Sourdough bread with hazelnut cream spread. A touch of white peach.
Palate – A creamy mouth-feel carries melted butter, vanilla pod and a pinch of ginger.
Finish – Fizzy oak spices and Refresher bars.£33.75
Tomintoul 25 70clView More
Tomintoul 25 70cl
Nose – Outstanding mature depth with a rich marriage of honey-sweetness, pears and peaches and rose-petal floralness. Into the mix approach delightful hints of vanilla and cigar box spiciness.
Palate – Gentle with sweet creaminess and hints of almond nuts. A truly wondrous fusion of flavours.
Finish – Vanilla climbing to a fruity and spicy finalé£132.85
Wemyss Malts Watermelon Wedge 2008 (bottled 2018) 70clView More
Wemyss Malts Watermelon Wedge 2008 (bottled 2018) 70cl
Single grain from the North British distillery, independently bottled by Wemyss Malts. Distilled in 2008 and left to age in a single barrel until 2018, when it was bottled with a small outturn of only 248 bottles.Given the name Watermelon Wedge as a hint to its flavour profile.
Nose: Brown sugar, nutmeg and cedar, with hints of orange developing.
Palate: Blueberries, rye bread, cantaloupe and bubblegum.
Finish: Rounded sweetness of nectarine and red apple. Peppery spice lingers.£38.75
Yamazakura Blended WhiskyView More
Yamazakura Blended Whisky
A blended whisky from Japan’s Yamazakura range, which is brought to market by Japanese company Sasanokawa Shuzo. The name itself a portmanteau of two Japanese terms ‘Yama’ means ‘mountain’ and ‘Sakura’ means cherry tree. If you think about it, a portmanteau is kind of like a blend but with words, so this name is rather apt for a Japanese blended whisky.
Nose: Orange blossom and subtle notes of earthy oak.
Palate: Fresh orchard fruit, salted-caramel-coated biscuit, greengages.
Finish: Medium length, rich in vanilla.£34.35