• GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 8 70cl

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    GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 8 70cl

    The GlenDronach #8 Bottling Note

    This delicious Highlander is the 8th batch of the Cask Strength series from the GlenDronach Distillery! It was matured in Spanish oak Pedro Ximénez and Oloroso sherry casks, before being bottled at 61% ABV. Very chocolatey, jammy stuff, great for an after dinner dram.

    Nose: Earthy oak and vanilla pod, with sandalwood, mocha and golden syrup.

    Palate: Dusty cocoa, dates and cherry jam, with a drizzle of caramel and praline.

    Finish: Fresh espresso, with gooey chocolate pudding and cigar box.

  • 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!!

  • Wemyss A Gardener’s Aperitif 1997 (Benrinnes) 70cl

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    Wemyss A Gardener’s Aperitif 1997 (Benrinnes) 70cl

    A Gardener’s Aperitif 

    A 21 year old single cask release from the Wemyss Malts series of single cask offerings. Here we have a lesser-known Speyside malt from the Benrinnes distillery, matured in a “floral barrel”. ‘A Gardener’s Aperitif’ is bottled at an impressive 60.2% with only 199 bottles released.


  • 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.



  • Wemyss Sand Dune Flowers 1990 (Bunnahabhain) 70cl

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    Wemyss Sand Dune Flowers 1990 (Bunnahabhain) 70cl

    Sand Dune Flowers 

    A 28 year old Bunnahabhain distilled back in 1990, and bottled at 28 years old from a single refill hogshead.

  • Wemyss Summer Sipping 1995 (Glen Grant) 70cl

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    Wemyss Summer Sipping 1995 (Glen Grant) 70cl

    Summer Sipping 

    Tasting Notes

    Nose: Fresh fruity with lilacs and anise, summery fruits like apple, orange and grapefruit

    Palate: Floral fruity with honeysuckle, elder and orange blossom with an exotic twist of mango and peach

    Finish: Creamy, lush and delicate on the finish

  • Wemyss Tasty Cake Mix 1996 (Glenrothes) 70cl

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    Wemyss Tasty Cake Mix 1996 (Glenrothes) 70cl

    Tasty Cake Mix 

    This Glenrothes single cask release from Wemyss Malts has been aged for 23 years in a single refill hogshead from a 1996 distillation.

    Tasting Notes

    Nose: The scent of a traditional pastry, shortbread, marzipan cake, orangeade and English cream

    Palate: Sweet juicy fruit flavors create a velvety mouthfeel and flow into darker malted and doughy flavors until finally a delicate spiciness remains with warming ginger note and grapes.

    Finish: Long, pleasant finish.

  • Wemyss Velvet Fig

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    Wemyss Velvet Fig

    Velvet Fig

    Wemyss Malts has launched a luxurious new limited edition blended malt, the new ‘Velvet Fig’ is created from carefully selected single malts matured wholly in ex Oloroso sherry casks, evoking rich autumn and winter fruits and spices.

    Tasting Notes

    • Nose – raspberries and cranberries with a hint of orange, followed by thicker notes of fig and sweet biscuits, in the back there’s also a sense of dark chocolate
    • Palate – clean with notes of reship syrup and cherry menthol, followed by the malt with honeyed fruit and oak also with a hint of dark chocolate
    • Finish – fresh and fruity with a richness and sweetness added by notes of honey
    • A perfect name for a beautiful malt. The fig element is very clear as if they’ve been baked in a sweet-pastry tart and glazed with a sweet fruit syrup.