• Arran Machrie Moor 70cl

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    Arran Machrie Moor 70cl

    The classic fresh Arran Single Malt character with a puff of peat smoke. This Single Malt produced at Lochranza Distillery is some of the original, very first peated Single Malt that Arran Distillers produced on the island.

    On the west coast of the Isle of Arran lies a windswept and mystical peat bog called Machrie Moor. Bronze Age stone circles and standing stones are strewn across its barren, undulating terrain. One of the stone circles is known as Fingal’s Cauldron Seat, where sits a stone with a carved hole. The legendary warrior giant Fingal is said to have tethered his favourite dog Bran to this stone. This peated expression of the Arran Single Malt perfectly captures the rugged beauty and lore of the landscape. Unleash the legend that is Machrie Moor.

    Bottled at 46% without chill filtration or added colouring, this peated Arran Single Malt displays all the freshness of our island house style, with an added puff of smoke and earthiness.

    £31.10
  • Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength 70cl

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    Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength 70cl

    The classic fresh Arran Single Malt character with a puff of peat smoke. This Single Malt produced at Lochranza Distillery is some of the original, very first peated Single Malt that Arran Distillers produced on the island.

    On the west coast of the Isle of Arran lies a windswept and mystical peat bog called Machrie Moor. Bronze Age stone circles and standing stones are strewn across its barren, undulating terrain. One of the stone circles is known as Fingal’s Cauldron Seat, where sits a stone with a carved hole. The legendary warrior giant Fingal is said to have tethered his favourite dog Bran to this stone. This peated expression of the Arran Single Malt perfectly captures the rugged beauty and lore of the landscape. Unleash the legend that is Machrie Moor.

    Bottled at 56.2% without chill filtration or added colouring, this peated Arran Single Malt displays all the freshness of our island house style, with an added puff of smoke and earthiness.

    £34.40
  • Arran Port Cask 70cl

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    Arran Port Cask 70cl

    After initially maturing in traditional oak casks for approximately 8 years, The Arran Single Malt in this bottling is finished in a selection of Port casks sourced from an artisan producer of this iconic Portuguese fortified wine.  The maturation process was monitored, to ensure that the Port casks and the intrinsic character of The Arran Single Malt partnered with each other perfectly. The end result is a combination that’s full of charm and rich flavour, and a wonderful way to discover more about the Arran range of Single Malts. Aromas of cinnamon and baked applies, vanilla spice, ripe citrus & dried fruits and nuttiness. With a splash of water more depth of mandarin citrus with fudge and honeyed notes. A finish of spices, bitter orange, chocolate and cherries.
    £33.10
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    Big Peat Heroes Charitable Limited Edition 70cl

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    Big Peat Heroes Charitable Limited Edition 70cl

    Big Peat is a feisty character, with a sweet side too.  He’ carries a peaty, beachy, oceanic and rather ashy selection of Single Cask Single Malts only from the island of Islay, including those distilled at Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila and Port Ellen.

    This Big Peat bottling from Douglas Laing is a limited edition release honouring the heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic. The independent bottler is donating bulk sanitiser with a value of £10,000 and consumers are able to vote on the charity which will get the donation. The finalists include Erskine, Marie Curie, and Hearts & Balls. The label features the brand’s character Big Peat wearing a doctor’s coat which he opens to reveal a superhero costume underneath. Only 1500 bottles of this Islay blended malt are available. This is an exclusive release for the UK.

    £26.95
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    Big Peat “The Edinburgh Edition Batch 2” Limited Edition 70cl

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    Big Peat “The Edinburgh Edition Batch 2” Limited Edition 70cl

    Big Peat is a feisty character, with a sweet side too.  He’ carries a peaty, beachy, oceanic and rather ashy selection of Single Cask Single Malts only from the island of Islay, including those distilled at Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila and Port Ellen.

    Big Peat’s Edinburgh Edition is a limited edition release in honour of the capital city’s world-famous Fringe Festival.  The specially designed bottle label and gift tube displays iconic landmarks from across the city. Tourists and locals alike will spot Big Peat’s many travel stamps, marking his visits to Waverley Station, The Scott Monument, and of course, Edinburgh Castle.

    Bottled in line with the Douglas Laing philosophy; proudly without colouring or chill-filtration, and at a high alcohol strength of 48%. Whilst Big Peat embodies the spirit of ‘his’ island home of Islay, this special bottling transports him and indeed the drinker to the cobbled streets and grassy hills of Edinburgh!

    £32.25
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    Bowmore 18 Year Old Deep & Complex 70cl

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    Bowmore 18 Year Old Deep & Complex 70cl

    Bowmore 18 Year Old Deep & Complex

    A “Deep & Complex” 18 Year Old Single Malt From The Excellent Bowmore Distillery On Islay, Matured In Both Oloroso And Pedro Ximenéz Casks.

    Nose: Blackberry And Rhubarb Crumble, Zesty Citrus Peels Drenched In Sherry, A Good Pinch Of Sea Salt.
    Palate: Smoky Peat, Developing Into Toasty Oak And Dried Fruit Richness.
    Finish: Massively Chocolatey On The Finish.

    £73.25 £70.95
  • Bunnahabhain 36 Years Old 1980 Canasta 70cl

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    Bunnahabhain 36 Years Old 1980 Canasta 70cl

    Bunnahabhain 36 Years Old 1980 Canasta

    A Limited Edition From Bunnahabhain On Islay, The Canasta 1980 Was Matured In Oloroso Sherry Casks Before Spending ‘A Few Months’ In Sweet Canasta Sherry Casks. The Result Is A Complex And Many Layered Whisky, With Bunnahabhain’s Oily And Fruity Spirit Character Carefully Combined With Dried Fruit, Treacle And Chocolate Notes.

    Colour: Natural Colour, Deep Russet, Autumnal, Dark Brown With A Reddish Orange Tinge.
    Nose: Notes Of Rich Oak, Dried Fruit, Figs, Raisins And Sultanas, Balanced With Treacle Toffee, Dark Chocolate, And Vanilla.
    Palate: Rich Oakiness Balanced With Sweet Dried Fruit, Treacle Toffee, Black Coffee And Cocoa, Roasted Nuts, With A Hint Of Coastal Brininess.
    Finish: Dry But Lingering Sweet Fruit And Oak.

    £1,155.00
  • Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona 1 litre

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    Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona 1 litre

    Meaning ‘Peat Stack’ in Scots Gaelic, Cruach Mhona [pronounced croo-ach vona], was one of our first Travel Retail Exclusives and is the only Bunnahabhain Mòine (peated malt) available exclusively to our World Travellers. The light golden tone belies a whisky of deeply complex flavours. An energetic burst of herbal malt and fruit is followed by rich spice and aromatic peat smoke.This peaty dram combines the delicate, salty mist of the sea with the sweet scent of burning grass to create a lingering, smoky flavour.

    £52.95
  • Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine 1l

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    Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine 1l

    Eirigh Na Greine [pronounced ae-ree ne gray-nyuh] means ‘Morning Sky’ in Scots Gaelic, and, like the morning sky, glows amber gold. Exclusively matured in French Red Wine Casks, this Travel Retail Exclusive is a rich, fruity malt with lots of sweet spice.  Sweet, rich spices evolve into flavours of roasted nuts, fresh fruits and hints of the sea which will transport you to the Bunnahabhain pier at sunrise.

    £46.75
  • Deanston 95 Oloroso Cask Matured 23yo 70cl

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    Deanston 95 Oloroso Cask Matured 23yo 70cl

    Honeyed oakiness & unmistakable scents of dried fruit, toffee & dark cocoa inspire the senses as you uncork this 1995 Deanston Oloroso cask matured limited edition.  Matured for two decades in Deanston’s historic warehouse, its distinctive character is bursting with honey, currants, caramel & rich oak, delivering a sweetly satisfying finish of honeycomb, currants, dates & figs.

    £110.00
  • GlenAllachie 9yo Rye Wood Finish 70cl

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    GlenAllachie 9yo Rye Wood Finish 70cl

    From batch 2 of The GlenAllachie Wood Finish Range.  The colour of golden sunrise, this gorgeous malt has been bottled at 48%.  Matured in premium American Oak barrels before being re-racked into bold and punchy Kentucky Rye casks.  The different toasting and charring levels of these casks combined with the Rye maturation adds a rich and spicy twist to the classic GlenAllachie style.  An intense taste of stewed spices enhanced with honey, butterscotch, treacle, orange zest and a hint of cloves giving a delightful aroma of cinnamon and nutmeg.

    £34.30
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    Glencadam 14yo Reserve De Cognac 70cl

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    Glencadam 14yo Reserve De Cognac 70cl

    Glencadam Réserve de Cognac is a limited edition of 4800 bottles and has been specially created by their master distiller.  From Glencadam’s dunnage warehouses he has carefully selected malts distilled in 2006, bottled in 2020 and matured in exceptional ex-bourbon American Oak casks, then finished in the finest Cognac casks sourced from the Cognac region.  Aromatic and inviting with notes of roast chestnut and peanut brittle overlapping sweet bramble and summer fruit pudding.  Layers of soft almond nougat, mocha and fresh crepes mingled with lemon oil, hazelnut cream and warming baking spices. Toasty and warming with dark berry fruits fading into ground coffee and cigar spice linger.

    £50.50
  • Glenfiddich Experimental Series – IPA Cask Finish 70cl

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    Glenfiddich Experimental Series – IPA Cask Finish 70cl

    Part of Glenfiddich’s Experimental Series comes a single malt which was finished for three months in casks which previously held IPA! Created collaboratively by Glenfiddich Malt Master Brian Kinsman and IPA expert Seb Jones, the IPA which was in the casks before the whisky was specially brewed for this expression by the Speyside Craft Brewery. Bound to be a fascinating whisky for whisky and beer enthusiasts alike

    Nose: An elegant harmony of fresh green apple, William’s pear and spring blossom. Complimented with Aromatic hops and fresh herbs.
    Palate: Vibrant with a zesty citrus note followed by creamy vanilla and a hint of fresh hops.
    Finish: Enduring sweetness with an echo of green hops.

     

    £31.95
  • Glenfiddich Experimental Series – Winter Storm 70cl

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    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.

    £136.80
  • Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch 8 70cl

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    Glengoyne Cask Strength Batch 8 70cl

    Bottled at the strength it emerges from the cask, this delicious amber gold dram is un-chillfiltered, unfussed and untamed; the closest you’ll get to opening the cask yourself.  A peppery tingle gives way to rich flavours of ripe banana, digestive biscuits and cinnamon.  Matured in one third sherry cask, two thirds refill casks and a smattering of bourbon barrels.  Big and bold with a gloriously thick mouthfeel and a delightful, lingering oak infused finish.

    £37.60
  • Highland Park – The Dark 17yo 70cl

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    Highland Park – The Dark 17yo 70cl

    Dark only exists in contrast to light: as one appears, the other disappears. Together they create something greater than themselves. This 17 Year Old celebrates winter on Orkney; a time to escape the wild weather and share nights filled with stories, myths and Viking folklore.

    This rich and powerful single malt has been exclusively matured in sherry seasoned oak casks and comes presented in an embossed black glass bottle. The serpent dragon design on the bottle takes its inspiration from the great Norse sagas, embracing both the high sun of the summer solstice and the low sun of the winter solstice, while the runic writing reflects the ancient carvings of Viking ancestors, on Orkney.

    Embernectar. It is a word we have created to describe this whisky’s unique flavour profile. It’s definitely easier than saying: distant campfires, toasted almonds, dried fruits, cinnamon, cedarwood, fruitcake, and light smoke.

    £130.75
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    Isle of Jura The Road 1L

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    Isle of Jura The Road 1L

    The Road is firstly matured in American oak casks, and is then moved over to casks that previously held 20 year old Pedro Ximénez sherry.

    Nose: Spiced rum with a hint of pineapple, slightly grassy at points, dense malt loaf.
    Palate: Gingerbread, milk chocolate and hints of sultana.
    Finish: Lasting cinnamon warmth and a touch of oily walnut.

    £64.85 £32.45
  • Johnnie Walker White Walker Game of Thrones Whisky 70cl

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    Johnnie Walker White Walker Game of Thrones Whisky 70cl

    White Walker by Johnnie Walker is a blended scotch whisky inspired by the chill inducing White Walkers who emerged from the frozen north in Game of Thrones. At the heart of the blend are single malts from Cardhu and Clynelish, one of Scotland’s most northerly distilleries. This whisky is chill filtered to 1.5 ºC and best served cold directly from the freezer featuring notes of caramelised sugar and vanilla, fresh red berrieswith a touch of orchard fruit. This whisky develops in complexity as it warms to room temperature.

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    £28.50
  • Oban 21 Year Old 70cl

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    Oban 21 Year Old 70cl

    Oban 21

    A 21 Year Old Single Malt From The Oban Distillery, Unveiled As Part Of The 2018 Diageo Special Releases Line-Up.
    Oban Bottlings Outside Of Its Core Range Are Few And Far Between, So It’s Always Exciting To See Something New From The Distillery In The Highlands. This Expression Was Drawn From European Refill Oak Butts, Bottled At Cask Strength.

    Nose: Aromas Of Rocket Leaf, Asparagus And An Outdoor-Ish Petrichor. Then There’s A Burst Of Zesty Orange Juice, Rich Tea Biscuits And A Red Fruit Kick.
    Palate: Opens With Blood Orange And Raspberry, Before There’s Cinnamon Spice, Pepper And A Nuttiness That Smooths The Whole Thing Out.
    Finish: Long And Defined By That Juicy Orange Vibe.
    Overall: A Real Chameleon Of A Whisky – And A Delicious One At That. It Changes A LOT In The Glass And You Get All Kinds Coming Through. Intriguing Indeed.

    £365.45
  • Rock Island 21yo 70cl

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    Rock Island 21yo 70cl

    Rock Island 21 Years Old is a wonderfully mature, Island “blended” Malt, that is proudly offered without colouring or chill-filtration. Bottled at 46.8% alcohol strength, Rock Island 21 Years Old marries together Single Malts from Islay, Arran, Orkney & Jura, resulting in an amber spirit full of peat smoke, salted caramel, charred oak and subtle spice.

    £57.20
  • Rock Island Sherry Edition 70cl

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    Rock Island Sherry Edition 70cl

    A limited edition bottling from independent bottlers Douglas Laing.  A small batch marriage of malts from Arran, Islay, Jura and Orkney, matured exclusively in Spanish sherry casks.  The result is an earthy, smoky and floral whisky with notes of heathery peat, salty driftwood and sweet sherried raisins.

    £29.50
  • Smokehead Rum Rebel 70cl Limited Edition

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    Smokehead Rum Rebel 70cl Limited Edition

    This is Islay rebel meets a rum cask cousin in a rush of explosive flavour.  Bursting with fiery peat smoke, burnt marshmallows and softened with caramelised fruit.  An epic taste adventure.

    £33.90
  • Spey 12yo Peated Limited Release

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    Spey 12yo Peated Limited Release

    This Peated expression has been aged for 12 years before being bottled at 46%, natural colouring and non chill filtered, with only 3,000 limited bottles released. Aromas of creamy vanilla and smoke with wood and fresh grapes. Spicy flavour with green apple skin, roasted nuts and vanilla pod.  Altogether a great balance of smoky and sweet.

    £44.95
  • Tobermory 42 Year Old

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    Tobermory 42 Year Old

    This exquisitely rare, and heavily sherried 42 Year Old, is our most precious Tobermory. With luxuriously dark chocolate and coffee liqueur flavours, and a spicy, salty tail which lingers on and on, we’re confident you’ll fall in love after just one sip of this beauty.

    Distilled in the early 1970s, when the distillery’s 41 year closure had finally come to an end, this beautiful 42 Year Old Tobermory Single Malt is an important piece of our modern history. As the oldest and rarest Tobermory ever released from our beloved Distillery, we have bottled only 1 cask – if you have a bottle, you are one of only 650 lucky whisky lovers.

    Cask strength @ 47.7% un-chillfiltered, natural colour

    £1,605.55
  • Tomatin Decades ll 70cl

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    Tomatin Decades ll 70cl

    The Tomatin Decades II is rich and complex, having been matured in traditional Scotch whisky, ex-Bourbon, ex-Sherry and re-charred French oak casks hand selected from various vintages spanning the last fifty years. 

    Tasting Notes

    Nose: An initial burst of citrus fruits gives way for hints of sweet pastry and wood shavings. Cooked fruits are balanced by softer floral and coconut tones. There is an overall sense of maturity with dried fruits, almonds and exotic spices adding real depth.

    Palate: Unctuous with Christmas cake, maple syrup and fresh red berries. In time tropical fruits emerge with orange peel and ginger.

    Finish: Long and waxy with tropical fruit, chocolate and spice.

    THE CASKS

    1970s REFILL BOURBON HOGSHEADS DISTILLED ON 23/02/1973, 10/07/1975 AND 23/09/1977

    Tomatin from the 1970’s is held in exceptionally high regard, prized for its depth and complexity. Matured in refill Hogsheads, this malt has taken on very little oak influence which has allowed the air and liquid in the casks to interact and develop a wide array of tropical fruit flavours.

    1980s FINISHED IN FIRST FILL OLOROSO SHERRY BUTTS DISTILLED ON 02/12/1988

    Tomatin from the 1980’s is sweet and fresh. This malt has been finished for over three years in 1st fill Oloroso Sherry Butts, resulting in a whisky reminiscent of aged Cognac. Tones of aged leather, polished oak and dark roast coffee along with flavours of stone fruit, dark chocolate and tannin add richness.

    1990s FIRST FILL BOURBON BARRELS DISTILLED ON 04/10/1995

    The use of 1st fill Bourbon Barrels has developed a malt with characteristics of golden syrup, freshly baked pastries with subtle spices and add a layer of warmth. Although well into its twenties, Tomatin from the 1990’s is bold which helps impart long length to the overall finish.

    2000s RECHARRED VERDEJO WINE BARRELS DISTILLED ON 28/01/2000 AND 05/06/2009

    From 2000 onwards Tomatin began to experiment with a wider variety of casks. The malt used from the 2000’s has been matured in Verdejo Wine casks which have been re-charred to harness the full influence of the French oak. This adds sweetness as well as some spicier notes.

    2010s SECOND FILL FRENCH OAK BARRELS DISTILLED ON 14/03/2013

    Young Tomatin in second fill casks allows the distillery character to shine through. Fresh green fruits and malty characteristics are to the fore with subtle spice and toffee from the light French oak influence. This is a vivacious malt which adds lighter tones but is kept in balance with the older casks.

    £110.00
  • Tomatin Fino Sherry Casks 2006 13yo 70cl

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    Tomatin Fino Sherry Casks 2006 13yo 70cl

    Bottled exclusively for the UK, this limited edition is a vatting of two casks (39350 & 39351) which were distilled at the Tomatin Distillery on 10th November 2006, and moved to the finest Spanish Fino Sherry butts on 12th November 2015.  Fino’s bright flor and nutty flavours along with Tomatin’s malty backbone and fresh fruits are in perfect harmony. Notes of baked apple and almond cake, toffee sauce and lemon are followed by some more savoury flavours of freshly baked sourdough, olive oil and baking spice resulting in a silky yet fresh finish.  Non-chill filtered and natural coloured, aged 13 years, only 1691 bottles available.

    £51.70
  • Tomatin Warehouse 6 1977

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    Tomatin Warehouse 6 1977

    In the heart of the Tomatin distillery grounds there is a quiet corner. In these sacred surrounds sits the traditional dunnage warehouse. Within, the most treasured casks. These exclusive casks enjoy a magnificent atmosphere, laid low on antique wooden rails above cool earthen floor and and stacked single level – unencumbered – so our warehousemen may keep vigil on the gently maturing spirit. At Tomatin’s very core, Warehouse 6, is a truly special place.

     

    This 1977 Highland Single Malt is the fourth special release from Tomatin’s Warehouse 6 and is very limited – only 390 produced!!

    £1,995.00