• Arran 12 yo James MacTaggart Master of Distilling Series “The Man with the Golden Glass”

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    Arran 12 yo James MacTaggart Master of Distilling Series “The Man with the Golden Glass”

    SPECIAL RELEASE OF 12 YEAR-OLD ARRAN MALT

    In 2019, Master Distiller James MacTaggart celebrates his 12th anniversary at the Isle of Arran Distillery.
    This elegant and luxurious expression of the Arran Malt has been skilfully designed by him using some of the finest Palo Cortado Sherry Casks. These unique casks, give a warm and rich note that beautifully compliments the natural fruitiness of the Arran Malt.

    TASTING NOTES

    Nose : Bright and mouth-watering; Seville orange marmalade, peaches and mango freshness are followed by the warmth of root ginger and a waft of drying grass and gorse bushes.

    Palate : Rich in chocolate orange, quince jelly and the zest of citrus fruits. The subtle tang of yeasty, buttered sourdough and a kick of rock salt come through as the Palo Cortado cask displays its influence.

    Finish : Cider apples accentuate Arran house style before the warmth of ginger returns alongside a rich impression of these exceptional sherry casks.

    Tasting notes courtesy of James MacTaggart, Master Distiller.

    £52.50
  • Arran 21 70cl

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    Arran 21 70cl

    Arran 21 70cl

    The Long Awaited 21 Year-Old Has Now Joined The Core Range Of Single Malt Whiskies.

    This Limited Edition Release Of 9,000 Bottles Worldwide Introduces This Rich And Complex Expression Of Some Of The Oldest Whisky In Our Warehouses.

    Appearance – Warm Gold, Copper Reflections
    Nose – Dark Chocolate, Sweet Spice
    Plate – Sweetness, Spice, Bitter Orange, Citrus, Dark Chocolate, Satisfying.

    Today The Distillery Is The Only One On Arran. Back In The Early 1800s There Were Many Small Stills To Be Found Across The Island. Not All Of Them Were Legal, But All Made Superlative Spirit.

    £79.00
  • Arran Cote Rotie Cask Finish 70cl

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    Arran Cote Rotie Cask Finish 70cl

    After initially maturing in traditional oak casks the Arran single malt in this bottling was specifically selected by our master distiller to be ‘finished’ in the Côte-Rôtie wine casks sourced from a quality producer of this red wine from the Rhone valley. This whiskey is bottled without artificial colouring or chill filtration to ensure a natural full-bodied and flavoursome single malt.

    £33.10
  • Arran The Bothy Quarter Cask Batch 4 70cl

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    Arran The Bothy Quarter Cask Batch 4 70cl

    This single malt Scotch whisky was selected by Arran for the fourth batch of The Bothy series. It was initially matured in first-fill ex-Bourbon barrels before being transferred for secondary maturation into American oak smaller casks for a minimum of 18 months. 

    Tasting Notes:

    Nose: Exotic fruit, sweet spice, vanilla and a plenty of warming oak.

    Palate: Intensely fruity with fresh pineapple, tinned peaches and coconut. Brown bread and more rich spice form underneath.

    Finish: Waxy lemons and a hint of cacao linger.

    £35.00
  • Arran The Marsala Cask Finish 70cl

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    Arran The Marsala Cask Finish 70cl

    Arran The Marsala Cask Finish 70cl

    Brand New For Summer 2018 This One-Off Bottling Of The Arran Malt Finished In A Marsala Cask. This Is A Guest Cask Finish For 2018 And Won’t Be Available For Long.

    Appearance – Delicate Blush
    Nose – Candied Orange Peel
    Plate – Sweetness, Bitter Orange, Apple, Toasted Oak.

    What A Dram, One For A Summer Evening Or Indeed A Cosy Night In.
    Great Exploration Of The Cask

    £33.10
  • Auchentoshan Cooper’s Reserve 70cl

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    Auchentoshan Cooper’s Reserve 70cl

    Auchentoshan Cooper’s Reserve 70cl

    This 14 Year Old Auchentoshan Single Malt Scotch Whisky Was Released For Travel Retail And Bestowed The Title ‘Cooper’s Reserve’.

    The Whisky Was Drawn From A Selection Of Spanish Oloroso Sherry Casks And North American Sherry Casks, Resulting In A Flavour Profile Brimming With Sugared Almonds, Dried Fruit And Creamy Vanilla.

    Nose: Diced Almond And Crushed Hazelnut, Drizzled In Toffee Sauce. Touches Of Orange Oil And Fig Rolls.
    Palate: More Fruit Than The Nose – Plenty Of Raisins, Figs And Juicy Orange. Well Balanced With Thick Vanilla, Nuts And A Hint Of Oak.
    Finish: Walnut, Milk Chocolate And That Oak-Y Hint From The Mid-Palate Last.

     

    £43.00
  • Auchentoshan Heartwood 1L

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    Auchentoshan Heartwood 1L

    Auchentoshan Heartwood 1l

    Auchentoshan Heartwood Is Made With Triple Distilled Single Malt Scotch Whisky Which Has Been Matured In Both Oloroso Sherry Casks And Bourbon Casks,

    Nose: Fresh Honey And Candied Orange Peels, With Hints Of Dark Coffee And Pear Drops.
    Palate: Nuttier Than The Nose, It’s Got A Core Of Hazelnut And Almond, Surrounded By Chocolate Buttons, Apple And Fresh Ground Coffee Again.
    Finish: Dried Fruit And Citrus Lasts.

    £37.30
  • Auchentoshan Springwood 1l

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    Auchentoshan Springwood 1l

    Auchentoshan Springwood 1l

    Auchentoshan’s Springwood Expression, Which Spends Its Maturation Resting In American Oak Bourbon Casks, Was Released For Travel Retail. Rich In Vanilla And Orange.

    Nose: Light And Fragrant With Classic Bourbon-Cask Vanilla And Honey, With Hints Of Orange Oil Shining Through.
    Palate: Chocolatey On The Palate, With Continued Vanilla Fudge And Citrus Peels.
    Finish: A Rather Refreshing Palate Of Lemon And Orange.

     

    £29.15
  • Auchroisk 25yr 1990 (Special Release 2016)

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    Auchroisk 25yr 1990 (Special Release 2016)

    Auchroisk 25yr 1990 (Special Release 2016)

    This Cask Strength Auchroisk Is The Single Malt’s Third Appearance In The Diageo Special Releases, Following A 20 Year Old In 2010 And A Very Good 30 Year Old In 2012. Matured In American Oak Hogheads And Refill European Oak Butts, 3,954 Bottles Have Been Produced.

    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.

    SKU: 8776b6c340af Categories: , ,
    £202.45
  • Big Peat 10 Year Old 70cl

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    Big Peat 10 Year Old 70cl

    Big Peat 10 Year Old

    This Very Special Limited Edition Bottling Honours Big Peat’s 10th Birthday In Style, With A Vintage-Style Scrapbook Label And A Storybook Neck Hanger Telling The Legend Of Big Peat.
    Offered At 46%, Without Colouring Or Chill Filtration, There Are Only 850 Cases Available Worldwide.

    Nose: Peat Smoke, Damp Earth And Leaves With A Peppery Warmth
    Palate: Smoked Barley And BBQ Ash, A Sea-Salt Tang Balanced By A Leathery Sweetness
    Finish: Long With Streaky Bacon, Tobacco, Toasted Marshmallows And Charred Wood

     

    £43.65
  • Big Peat Christmas 2018 70cl

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    Big Peat Christmas 2018 70cl

    Big Peat Christmas 2018

    Big Peat, Characterful Ileach Fisherman, Is Back With His 8th Christmas Limited Edition, A Cask Strength, Sooty Snowstorm That Conveys The Ultimate Taste Of Scotland’s Whisky Island.In This Bottle You Can Expect A Big Ashy, Beachy, Creosoted, Oceanic, Pelagic, Smoky And Tarry Message, All The Way From The Island Of Islay.

    Nose: Dense Smoke And Coastal Air, Punctuated By Hints Of Pineapple.
    Palate: Ash And Earthy Oak, With Layers Of Cooking Spice And Boiled Sweeties.
    Finish: Lingering Hints Of Soot And White Pepper.

    Each Year, Big Peat Releases His Christmas Limited Edition Bottling. It’s Bottled At Natural Cask Strength, Typically Around 53% Abv, Offering A Particularly Warming Dram For A Cold, Wintery Evening.
    The Chimney-Sooty Flavour Profile Of Big Peat Christmas Is Best Enjoyed By A Festive Fire-Side On A Chilly, Snowy Evening.

    £37.25
  • Big Peat Feis Ile 2018 70cl

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    Big Peat Feis Ile 2018 70cl

    Big Peat Feis Isle 2018

    This is a limited edition bottling of Douglas Laing’s Big Peat blended malt, made exclusively with whiskies distilled on the isle of Islay, released in celebration of Fèis Ìle 2018. It comes with a sheet of stickers that you can use to customise the presentation tube. Neat!

    Nose: Oily peat with a crackle of cinnamon bark underneath. Buttery at points.
    Palate: Seaweed, oatcakes, Demerara sugar and Frazzles.
    Finish: Soot, meaty malt, sea salt and a slight hint of grilled lemon.

    £33.50
  • Bowmore 10 Year Old Dark & Intense 1L

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    Bowmore 10 Year Old Dark & Intense 1L

    Bowmore 10 Year Old Dark & Intense

    Originally Released For The Travel Retail Market, This 10 Year Old Bowmore Single Malt Is A Marriage Of Spanish Oak Sherry Casks And Hogsheads, Resulting In A Fine Balance Between Classic Coastal Islay Smoke And Sherried Sweetness.

    Nose: Salted Pretzels, Fruitcake And A Pinch Of Cinnamon.
    Palate: Flamed Orange Peel, Sea Salt, Cadbury Bournville.
    Finish: Spiced Rum Warmth, With Layers Of Toasted Malt.

    £33.95
  • Bowmore 15 Year Old Golden & Elegant 1L

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    Bowmore 15 Year Old Golden & Elegant 1L

    Bowmore 15 Year Old Golden & Elegant

    The 15 Year Old Expression Matures In First-Fill Bourbon Casks, Resulting In Generous Bundles Of Vanilla-Y Goodness Alongside The Familiar Peaty Notes.

    Nose: Fresh Vanilla Pods And Salted Caramel. Hints Of Lemon And Orange Peel.
    Palate: A Touch Of Smoked Kipper As It Opens, Leading To Seaside Fudge And Honey’d Barley.
    Finish: Peat Smoke, Another Burst Of Citrus.

    £52.85
  • Bowmore 18 70cl

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    Bowmore 18 70cl

    Bowmore 18 Year Old

    One Of The Most Remarkable, Perfectly Balanced Malts Of Its Kind. Cosseted Away In The Finest, Hand-Selected Oak Casks And Allowed To Mature At Its Own Sedate Pace, This Is One Of Bowmore’s Rarest And Most Exceptional Bottlings.
    A Popular Expression In Bowmore’s Ongoing Range, This Replaced The 17 Year Old, Which Was Phased Out A Few Years Ago. Fresh, With Notes Of Salty Kippers And Coal Smoke.

    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.

    SKU: 436ed5fbb8c8 Categories: , ,
    £65.70
  • 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
  • Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 70cl

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    Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 70cl

    Bowmore Vault Edition First Release

    The Vault Editions From Bowmore Is A Four-Part Series Of Whiskies That Highlight One Characteristic Of The Distillery’s Style. The First Release Is Named Atlantic Sea Salt And Focuses On Bowmore’s Maritime Style, While Displaying Its Classic Smoky And Fruity Nature.

    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.

    SKU: ce9c039583b2 Categories: , ,
    £67.25
  • 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 1L

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    Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona 1L

    Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona

    Cruach-Mhona, Gaelic For ‘Peat Stack’, A Pile Of Drying Peat Bricks Cut For Fuel, Is A Departure From Bunnahabhain’s Usual Style, Adding In Some Peat To Their Normally Unpeated Spirit.

    Nose: Starts Savoury With Coastal Hints Of Dried Algae. Toasted Bread.
    Taste: More Peat Now. Ash Tray, Tarry Ropes. More Malty Sweetness Than The Nose Suggested. Develops On Pepper, Liquorice And A Little Salt. A Few Herbal Notes.
    Finish : Slightly Drying And Smokey. Medium Length.

    £57.65
  • Claxton’s Auchentoshan 1991 26 years old 70cl

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    Claxton’s Auchentoshan 1991 26 years old 70cl

    Claxton’s Auchentoshan 1991 26 years old

    Year Distilled 28/10/1991
    Cask Type Sherry Hogshead
    Cask No 1835-2918
    Year Bottled 2018
    Total Bottle Yield 217

    Nose Let it breath! Rich currants, dark chocolate, hazelnuts and Cointreau, combined with floral notes and citrus peel.
    Palate Brazil nuts, hazelnuts and toffee. Spicy oak, leather, dried fruits, malt and herbs with an impeccable, chewy, oily mouthfeel.
    Finish Long, spicy and complex. Liqueurs and Auchentoshan’s light, floral style becoming prominent.

    £148.00
  • Claxton’s Teaninich 1999 19 Years Old 70cl

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    Claxton’s Teaninich 1999 19 Years Old 70cl

    Claxton’s Teaninich 1999 19 Years Old

    Year Distilled 05/07/1999
    Cask Type Bourbon Hogshead
    Cask No 1849-307946
    Year Bottled 2018
    Total Bottle Yield 255

    Nose Striking cereal notes of sweet warm pastry, rice pudding and bran supported by key lime pie and apple sauce.
    Palate Balanced. Vanilla powder, crème brûlée and macadamia nuts add creamy sweetness to the cereal notes.
    Finish A medium, steady finish. Dark toffee sauce, pecan pie and brazil nuts with a flurry of subtle aromatic spices.

    £77.65
  • GlenAllachie 12yo PX Sherry Wood Finish

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    GlenAllachie 12yo PX Sherry Wood Finish

    The GlenAllachie Wood Finish Series consists of signature expressions of their finest single malts. The Master Distiller, Billy Walker, works with niche producers from around the world and sources small batches of outstanding casks that will complement the GlenAllachie spirit.
    This glorious rich mahogany malt has been matured for over ten years in American Oak Barrels. The additional maturation in Pedro Ximenez Puncheons enriches the flavour, creating a deeper, sweeter whisky. Billy regularly checks each cask to ensure we bottle when the wood influence and spirit are in perfect harmony.

    Limited Release: 1600 cases worldwide

    TASTING NOTES
    COLOUR: Rich Mahogany.

    NOSE: A storm of raisings, sultanas, dark chocolate, bananas and orange peel.

    TASTE: Brimming with fruit cake, dark chocolate, toffee, bananas, orange peel and sweet spices.

    £35.95
  • Glenfarclas 30

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    Glenfarclas 30

    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.

    SKU: ef525f387973 Categories: , ,
    £275.00
  • 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.

     

    £31.30
  • 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
  • Glenmorangie Grand Vintage Malt 1991

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    Glenmorangie Grand Vintage Malt 1991

    The Bond House No. 1 collection invites single malt whisky connoisseurs to explore some of Glenmorangie’s most prized parcels of aged whisky. The collection takes its name from the largest of Glenmorangie’s traditional 19th century warehouses –Bonded Warehouse No.1 –transformed in 1990 into the Distillery’s current still house.

    Aged for 26 years, Glenmorangie Grand Vintage Malt 1991 takes its rich plum character from two seemingly incongruous wood-finished whiskies. One sweet, spicy parcel finished in oloroso sherry casks is skilfully married with a bold, earthy parcel finished in burgundy casks. They are softened by a hint of whisky aged in new toasted oak, to create a whisky of implausible harmony.

    Nose: Mellow, Deep, Intense and fruity. Lots of apricots, plum and baked apples, with chocolate, gentle oak and a hint of truffles and star anise. A splash of water releases deeper notes, reminiscent of hickory-smoked ham and a damp forest floor.

    Taste: A slightly peppery mouthfeel leads to a burst of fruity flavours intermingled with lots of milk chocolate, stewed apples, plum and rip, red fruits such as cherry and raspberry.

    Finish: A hint of zesty citrus and finally an intriguing combination of oak, fruit and sweet spices.

    £415.25
  • Highland Park 17yr – The Dark 70cl

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    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.

    £130.75
  • Isle Of Jura 19 Year Old The Paps 70cl

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    Isle Of Jura 19 Year Old The Paps 70cl

    19 year old single malt named after the famous Paps of Jura on the western side of the island. It was allowed a finishing period in casks that were previously home to 40 year old Pedro Ximénez sherry.

    Nose: Quince jam, a light waft of toasted oak smokiness, juicy prune and oily walnut.
    Palate: Subtle green apple sharpness, swiftly balance by layers of thick caramel and chocolate chip cookie dough.
    Finish: Savoury hints of sea salt and rye spice develop on the finish, though it remains chocolatey.

    £76.90
  • Isle of Jura The Loch 70cl

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    Isle of Jura The Loch 70cl

    Isle Of Jura The Loch

    The Loch Is Part Of A Series Launched By The Jura Distillery.
    This Expression Was Initially Matured In American Oak Casks Before Being Finished In Casks That Previously Held 30 Year Old Pedro Ximénez Sherry.

    Nose: Rich Oak And Milky Coffee, With A Burst Of Juicy Raisin Sweetness.
    Palate: Thick Caramel And Treacle, Balanced By A Hint Of Peat Smoke. Lasting Zesty Citrus Peel Notes.
    Finish: Robust Spices Kick In On The Finish.

     

    £65.95
  • 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
  • Isle of Jura The Sound 1L

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    Isle of Jura The Sound 1L

    whisky finished in casks that previous held Pedro Ximénez sherry of various aged. This particular single malt was finished in casks that matured 15 year old Pedro Ximénez sherry. Sadly, there isn’t a whisky in the range called The Fury to pair this with.

    Nose: Soft caramel and sultana notes. Burnt oak balanced by floral malt.
    Palate: Orange syrup, rose petal, cherry and a touch of five-spice.
    Finish: Chocolatey on the finish, joined by buttered brown bread.

    £47.65
  • Linkwood 37yr 1978 (Special Release 2016)

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    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.

    SKU: 5db9fb167340 Categories: , ,
    £435.00
  • 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
  • The Macallan Rare Cask Batch 1 70cl

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    The Macallan Rare Cask Batch 1 70cl

    Rare Cask’s rich mahogany-red whisky showcases two of The Macallan’s greatest and most defining strengths – sherry seasoned oak casks and natural colour.

    It’s comprised of whiskies drawn from 16 different Sherry cask styles, chosen by Macallan’s Master Whisky Maker Bob Dalgarno. A high proportion of these casks are first fill, and has resulted in a rich, spicy Speyside single malt, bursting with honey’d raisin, root ginger and decadent chocolate notes.

    £156.75
  • 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
  • Wemyss Carpaccio Salsa Verde 1981 (Caol Ila) 70cl

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    Wemyss Carpaccio Salsa Verde 1981 (Caol Ila) 70cl

    Wemyss Carpaccio Salsa Verde 1981 (Caol Ila)

    Yummy Single Cask Caol Ila Single Malt, Independently Bottled By Wemyss! This Was Distilled In 1981 And Aged In A Hogshead Until It Was Bottled In 2017 And Bestowed The Name Carpaccio Salsa Verde

    Nose – Cardamom, Lime Peel, Apple And A Hint Of Leafy Coriander. Subtle Savoury Hints Of Sea Salt And Black Pepper Crisps.
    Palate – Refreshing, Though A Hint Of Mature Oak Gives It A Brooding Edge.
    Finish – Lingering Salinity And Herbal Freshness.

     

     

    £241.35