Edradour Is One Of Scotland’s Smallest Distilleries And At The Heart Of The Range, This 10 Year Old Eastern Highlander Is A Rather Unique Single Malt, A Decidedly Rum-Like Dram With A Thick Mouthfeel. The Ten Year Old Edradour Is Handmade And One Of The Last Single Malt Whiskies From A Traditional Farm Distillery Still In Production Today. The Methods Of Production Remain Virtually Unchanged In The Last 150 Years And Are Only Just Capable Of Commercial Quantities. Indeed Edradour Distillery Makes As Much Whisky In A Year As Most Distilleries Produce In A Week. A Rare Pleasure For A Fortunate Few.
Nose – Distinctive Honey Flavour With Hints Of Sherry And Vanilla.
Palate – A Beautiful Mix Of Rum And Raisin And Toasted Nuts.
Finish – A Seductively Long Spicy Finish.
Ardbeg 10 5cl
For Peat Lovers, Ardbeg 10 Year Old Is One Of The Highest-Quality ‘Entry-Level’ Single Malt On The Market,
A Whirlwind Of Peat And Complex Malty Flavours.
Nose – Vanilla, Peat And Citrus Fruits.
Palate – Sweet Vanilla With Lemon And Lime.
Finish – Long And Glorius. Sea Salted Caramel And Beach Bonfire Smoke.
Whisky Bible Awards 2012: Best Single Malt Scotch Of The Year, 10 Years And Under.
Deanston Is The Only Distillery In Scotland That Is Self-Sustaining For Electricity, Being Equipped With A Dam And A Turbine.
Nose – Honey With The Faintest Hint Of Peat And Grand Orange Blossom Backing.
Palate – Delightfully Clean In The Mouth With Fine Texture And Super Balance. Fine Oak Support And Beautifully Tempered, Rich Barley. Vanilla And Sweet Spice Give Soft, Smooth Feel In The Mouth.
Finish – Big Burst Of Honey Leads Into Refined Finish.
Nose – Salty notes with a balance of sweetness. Delicate, elegant and charming.
Palate – Juicy cut-grass freshness with a mouth-watering malty signature. Restrained sweetness caressed by soft oak.
Finish – Medium length. Oak balancing sweeter characteristics with a malty reprise.