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50 ml, 50.0% abv, ScotlandOfficial distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
48 ml, 46% abv, TaiwanOfficial distillery bottling, 48 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
150 ml, 40% abv, IrelandThis mini book gift pack, with three miniatures of the critically acclaimed Writers Tears ‘Copper Pot’ whiskey concealed within the ‘book, is a salute to the tradition of great Irish writers from Behan to Yeats and the many in between. The design of the mini-book gift pack is based on a leather bound book with extracts from Dubliners by James Joyce. (note: the actual item is not leather bound)
“The light music of whiskey falling into glasses made an agreeable interlude.” – James Joyce, Dubliners.
A perfect gift for a literary friend, or to hide on your own bookcase for emergencies.
196 ml, 46% abv, TaiwanCreated from specially selected brand-new American casks and re-fill casks, the expression is surprisingly delicate and extremely complex. It is a further endorsement of the dedication of Kavalan's rigorous oak cask policy.
*Small 196 ml bottle.
700 ml, 35% abv, IrelandBushmills Irish Honey spirit drink is the newest, smooth addition to the Bushmills family. You’ll get a deliciously fruity, smooth start followed by a sweet, honey finish. It’s an incredibly easy drinking spirit that is best enjoyed neat.
500ml, 40.0% abv, JapanThe Akashi Blended Whisky (Black) is a blend of 35% Malt, and Grain whisky (made from wheat & barley). This is whisky blended in the scotch tradition, with Japanese precision, the malt is lightly peated, and vatting is mostly ex-bourbon, balanced by White Oak’s unique variety of barrels. Non-chillfiltered. "The nose is very fruity with apricots and dried fruits, and a shy note of honey"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, AustraliaTwo-Fold is a double grain whisky that is entirely matured in Australian red wine barrels. A union of Australia’s two most quintessential grains; Wheat and Malted Barley, coming together to create a flavor-forward whisky that is filled with rich complexities driven by the power of two grains. Matured in Melbourne’s intensely reactive climate, leading to a beautifully balanced and incredibly versatile sipping whisky. The nose is filled with spiced vanilla and fresh tropical fruit. Whilst the palate is flowing with hints of Fuji apples, roasted pineapple, lightly toasted oak, and a soft tannic finish.
700 ml, 40% abv, IrelandConnemara Peated uses the traditional Irish custom of drying the malted barley over peat fires with this peated single malt. The smoke rising through the malted barley during this drying process confers the whiskey with a distinct peaty flavour and aroma. These traditional distilling methods combined with natural ingredients and long years in oak casks continue to create a whiskey that is simply exceptional. Peat level of around 20-25 PPM.
700ml, 40.0% abv, Ireland"Wonderful, honeyed, slightly syrupy entry with apples and crisp, toasted rye bread-like grain which brings a subtle spiciness while juicy citrus notes bring a nice mouthwatering acidity. Towards the end, there are faint cocoa nib hints that add a mild earthiness".
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Speyside)The BenRiach Heart of Speyside is the perfect introduction to the Classic Speyside range. This single malt reveals intriguing notes of fruit, honey, heather and spice notes against a backdrop of mellow oak wood.
700 ml, 40% abv, IrelandWriters’ Tears is a unique vatting of Single Malt and Single Pot Still whiskeys. Distilled from 60% Pot Still and 40% Malt (no grain). Writers’ Tears is triple distilled, non -peated and matured and aged in American Oak bourbon casks. A gold Medal winner at the International Spirits Challenge in London and one of the highest rated Irish Whiskeys in Jim Murrays Iconic “Whiskey Bible” “Altogether a very unusual Irish Whiskey , a throwback to the last century where spiced Pure Pot Still whiskey was married with Floral Single Malt” –Jim Murray .
It has also been added to Ian Buxton’s publication “101 Whiskeys to try before you die”.
500ml, 40.0% abv, JapanAkashi Red is a whisky blend produced from both malt and grain whiskies.
This is a light and fruity whisky with notes of peach, almond and grape.
700 ml, 50.0% abv, ScotlandKyloe (pronounced Kahy-loh) is inspired by the hardy breed of highland cattle, the Kyloe, known to survive in the bitter windswept highlands and islands of Scotland. This Black Bull Kyloe shares much of its likeness with this great breed – robust and with outstanding pedigree. Selected prime Speyside malt whiskies matured in a blend of refill bourbon and sherry casks, but with a bourbon slant, blended together with aged grain, and bottled at a punchy 50% abv – this one is a real treat for the taste buds. Are you ready for this ride?
700 ml, 40.0% abv, ScotlandWhisky as it used to be! Blended in small batches, Duncan Taylor has created a modern Blended Whisky using peaty malts from throughout Scotland, and paying homage to the legendary old, heavy smoky blends of yesteryear. Smokin’ – The Gentleman’s Dram contains smoky whiskies from distilleries throughout Scotland. The Master Blender has perfectly balanced the robust peat smoke flavours now being produced by mainland Scottish Distillers and complimented them with the smooth notes of toffee and vanilla produced by pairing grain whisky and fresh bourbon casks. Smokin’ is renowned for its rich flavour and un-compromising character, a full bodied experience to be savored.
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Islay)'Islay Storm' captures the essence of the unique and mysterious energy that surrounds the famous island of Islay. Islay malts are unlike any other malt whiskies – they are robust, smoky and peaty, with hints of the sea and spicy sweetness – combining the torrents and tranquility of this magical island. Sourced from one secret distillery on Islay and independently bottled.
700 ml, 43.2% abv, Ireland (Midleton)Powers Gold Label is a complex spice and honeyed taste experience. Every drop is triple distilled, with more cut from the top and tail of the second and third Pot Still charges. This means only the purest heart of the distillate is captured. This is then left to mature in select American oak casks which allow the distillate driven style to shine. Powers Gold Label is blended with the finest grain whiskey, also exclusively matured in American oak casks. Finally, a Powers production technique enables a non-chill filtration at 43.2% abv quite unique amongst Irish whiskey.
700 ml, 43% abv, Ireland
The notion that "single grain" describes a whiskey made with just one grain is a common misconception. Rather, the term refers to whiskey made in a single location using malted barley and at least one other grain. 94% of the mash bill for Kilbeggan Single Grain is made of corn, with the other 6% being malted barley.
Kilbeggan Single Grain is a sweet spirit that absorbs the flavours of the casks it ages in. After aging in ex-bourbon barrels, it is finished in a marriage of ex-bourbon and different fortified wine barrels."The caramel from the nose carries through, and then it finishes with a little heat and currants"
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Speyside)The name ‘Copper Dog’ comes from an old device made from copper tubing with a penny soldered to one end and cork in the other, which was used by distillery workers to smuggle whisky home. It is also the name of the bar at the Craigellachie Hotel. Blended by master blender Stuart Morrison, the whiskies included in Copper Dog have been aged in a mixture of refill American and European oak casks, first fill Bourbon casks and rejuvenated casks, before being married in hogsheads.
Copper Dog was created at the Craigellachie hotel. It’s a smooth, fruity malt with a spicy finish. Bottled at 40% abv, the whisky combines eight Speyside single malts supplied by the world’s largest Scotch whisky producer Diageo, which has a minority shareholding in the brand."It’s Speyside in a glass, and damn easy to drink"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, ScotlandIslay Mist Peated Reserve, specially created by the master blender, remains faithful to almost 100 years of tradition of Islay Mist. Using generous quantities of superior single malts Peated Reserve maintains the brands world recognised, signature balance between Islay malt and softer mainland whiskies, but adds an extra smokey kick. The whisky presented in a bottle, featuring the historical 1000 year old Great Seal of Islay embossed on the neck.
500ml, 40.0% abv, JapanA limited version of Akashi blended Japanese whisky from White Oak. Meïsei translates roughly as 'celebrity' in Japanese and is made with 45% American oak matured, single malt.
700 ml, 40% abv, IrelandUsing malted barley and pure Irish spring water, Clontarf Single Malt is triple distilled and aged to smooth perfection in bourbon barrels. Its nose is full of character with a sharp, grassy maltiness to it. The taste is richly textured and it finishes with varying shades of malt ending with a late oaky complexity.
Believed to be distilled at the Bushmills distillery.
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Lowland)This 'Single Grain' Scotch whisky was distilled at the Cameronbridge distillery. "A very light, gentle whisky" "Smooth. Nutty. Firm. Faintly coffeish. Smoky. With a slight, appetising, bitterness" "I have long enjoyed this whisky. It's own subtle character shines through.."(Michael Jackson)
700 ml, 48% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Birnie Moss is an area of windswept moorland situated close to the BenRiach Distillery and it is this wild place that gives this single malt its name. Birnie Moss is a whisky bursting with originality. Different in style for a Speyside malt, this unique expression wields its peaty, smoky character with a precocious vigour. A heavily peated whisky that is at higher than average strength and was distilled from peated malt at 35 ppm. The result is at once smoky and very fruity.
700ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Tomintoul, Peaty Tang, a new no-age-statement expression, is distilled in the traditional manner but unusually for a Speyside, it is crafted using peated malted barley to impart a distinctive smoky and heathery flavour. The colour of Peaty Tang is light and golden and the nose is fresh, clean and crisp. There is initial vanilla and cereal grains (think of the husks especially) before the vibrant 'peaty tang' kicks in. The peatiness is reminiscent of damp earth and has a root-like element to it. There is also a slight floral note (imagine heather) and a hint of dried fruits (particularly sultanas). On the palate, there is distinct malted barley and nuts (think of almonds) and these are joined by the vanilla and dried fruit from the nose. The 'peaty tang' is sweeter and slightly more prominent than on the nose but still has that earthy, rooty quality to it. These elements combine well with an additonal touch of saltiness and spiciness (imagine peppercorns). The overall feeling is vibrant, fresh and uncomplicated. The finish begins sweetly before turning oaky and dry, with the peaty smokiness lingering after the other elements have faded. (whiskyforeveryone.com)
700 ml, 45.8% abv, Scotland (Island)Talisker Storm is an exuberant new expression of Talisker, more intense and smoky, with enhanced and vibrant maritime notes, smoothly balanced by Talisker's signature hot sweetness.
700 ml, 46.2% abv, AustraliaHellyers Road "Original", is distilled from premium Tasmanian grain and some of the world’s purest drinking water. Matured in American Oak and bottled at 46.2% alcohol volume with no artificial colouring and not requiring chilled filtration. The distilling process ensures an enhanced single malt flavour delivering a well-balanced and very smooth whisky.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (Highland)The Revival is the first expression released from Glenglassaugh distillery after being mothballed for more than 20 years. The Glenglassaugh Revival has been matured in a balanced mix of ex-red wine and fresh bourbon casks, vatted and re-racked for double maturation in rich sherry casks. Bottled at 46%, non chill filtered and of natural colour, Revival is a stunning Highland single malt with a coastal charm.
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Matured in American oak barrels for a sweet, mellow taste with a rich, smooth Sherry cask finish. Award winner.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, ScotlandThe Big Smoke is a blended Islay malt whisky. Bottled relatively young, its characteristics are reminiscent of traditional Islay malt – full of peat smoke coastal sweetness. Powerful yet caressing, the Big Smoke is bottled at 46% abv, and contains the likes of some of the most iconic Islay malt distilleries. The Big Smoke delivers a bold and powerful sensory experience to the seasoned Islay fanatics, with a multi-dimensional sweetness from the fresh American Oak.
- Includes presentation tube
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Cardhu Amber Rock is double matured in toasted American oak casks, this new no-age-statement release is described as tasting of citrus and honey with fruit, spice, sweetness and fresh vanilla. “The Bourbon nuances that develop from the second maturation in toasted casks seasoned with Bourbon whiskey add an even greater silkiness and roundness to the already balanced and delicious Cardhu, bringing vanilla and spice notes along with hints of oak.
700 ml, 43% abv, JapanThe simply named Nikka Blended Whisky shows off the skills of the company's blenders more than any of their other bottlings. Packed full of fruit and more refined than their other blends this is a perfect entry point into the world of Japanese whisky.
Smooth and intensely fruity.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Islay)"Smokey Joe" is a blend of Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskies, distilled on the island of Islay, off the south western coast of Scotland. We dont know exactly which distilleries are represented, so its a mystery to contemplate as you sip on a dram. Islay malts take their characteristics both from the local peat used to dry the barley and their closeness to the sea. These factors, typically, imbue the malts with a distinctive sea-weedy, phenolic and peaty flavour. Smokey Joe is bottled at 46% ABV to enhance impact and flavour. The whisky that makes up Smokey Joe has been selected for its highly engaging nose, balance of smoke and peppery spice on the palate and a lingering finish. " This Islay Malt showers the senses with smoke and peaty impressions and yet, overall, one is left with a feeling of tranquil fulfillment, reflecting the balance and subtle complexity therein" "Smoke fills the mouth and the sweetness hits a little later. Velvety and mouth coating"
700ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland, HighlandFrom the coldest distillery in Scotland they only select casks laid down during the Scottish winter months to create Dalwhinnie Winter's Gold. It honours the influence that the cold has on the Dalwhinnie, rich single malt whisky. "An indulgent, honeyed Dalwhinnie that is comforting, rich and sweet, with notes of heather and peat and a spicy warmth" If drinking 'not frozen'..."On the palate the whisky is again fresh and vibrant with the green apple and candied lemon peel notes to the fore. As these soften the palate becomes sweeter, smoother and more gentle. There is an immediate hit of crumbly brown sugar and toffee, which evolves in to a honeycomb/golden syrup-like note and juicy sultanas. There is also plenty of fresh oak, which is reminiscent of pencil shavings, some cinnamon. These elements are backed up by bittersweet malted barley, earthy ginger root and pinches of baking spice and cocoa powder"
700 ml, 46.0% abv, IndiaAll the brilliance of Goa is bottled up in this Single Malt. Its sparkling hues are reminiscent of sun-kissed beaches. The six-row barley for this whisky comes from the foothills of the Himalayas. Brilliance is matured in bourbon casks.
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Speyside)Longmorn is prized by connoisseurs of single malt Scotch whisky for its mellow and complex character. Distillers Choice is a no age statement single malt from Longmorn distillery. Matured in 3 types of oak cask, this is technically a triple wood whisky, although two of the woods are both American white oak, used bourbon staves incorporated into different formats : the American 53-gallon standard barrel and the larger hogshead. The third type is ex-Oloroso sherry casks. It comes with very nice packaging, including a leather wrapped base to the bottle.
"A sweet and spicy whisky with notes of ginger and toffee"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Islay)Finlaggan is very much the secret Islay, as the name of the distillery from which it comes is a closely guarded secret and known to only a select few. The Island of Islay lies in the stormy waters of the Atlantic Ocean just off the West coast of Scotland. Many centuries ago, the Lord of the Isles ruled Scotland from the stronghold of Finlaggan Castle on Islay.
"This is simply awesome. If you don’t get a bottle of this you will regret it for the rest of your life”-(Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2006)
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Islay)Finlaggan “Original” is a peaty distillation from one of Islay’s finest distilleries. Rich in the aromas of the peat smoke which dried the barley and of the Scottish sea shore where it matured. Finlaggan “The Secret Islay” – share the secret.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, IndiaEdited is for the extraordinary. The hint of peat has been skilfully created from discreetly chosen cask profiles. All to delight the true whisky connoisseur.
1000 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Lowland)Matured in fine North American Bourbon oak casks, Springwood is a nutty, citrusy and endlessly subtle single malt whisky.
"lots of vanilla initially plus lots of zesty lemon which then opens up into cereal grains, dried grass and green apples plus some of the honey"
* litre bottle