This is our cellar clearance department, so here is your chance to snap up a bargain for your drinks cabinet or stock up on some gifts.
Some items are in very limited quantity, so the early bird gets the malt…
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350 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)Matured in American-oak casks, this 18-year-old whisky from Loch Lomond is full-bodied and rounded with notes of toast, cigar box, apple, gooseberry and light smoke. Non-chill filtered.
Old bottle packaging.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Island)The classic expression of Arran, the fresh and unique island style is captured beautifully in this 10 Year Old Single Malt. First released in 2006, this is the flagship Single Malt of the distillery. It is without doubt a 'must have' in the collection of all Single Malt Whisky enthusiasts.
(No gift box)
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (Island)Crafted by five dedicated artisans at the manually operated Scapa distillery, Scapa Skiren’s smooth taste embodies the unexpected contrasts of the Orkney Islands, setting it apart from traditional Island Malts. A unique barrel-shaped Lomond wash still, the only remaining working Lomond in the Scotch whisky industry, is used for distillation, resulting in a richer and fruiter honeyed spirit. Exclusive maturation in First Fill American Oak casks gives Scapa Skiren a smooth creamy sweetness with a hint of tropical, citrus fruit and coastal heather, uncommon for an Island Single Malt but distinctly Scapa at its core. Scapa Skiren gets its name from the Old Norse for glittering bright skies and lights up the senses with its delicate scented floral flavours as well as fresh pear, sweet and fruity pineapple notes on the nose. The smooth and sweet taste of ripe honeydew melon slices as well as bursts of fruity pear contrast with the tantalizing taste of sweet sherbet on the palate. The end result is a long refreshing sweetness.
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1000 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Highland)This Old Pulteney single malt is named after one of the famous old Wick herring boats. Built in Wick in 1948 and powered by a Gardner 152hp engine she was 55 feet in length and weighed in at 24 tons. The 'Good Hope' registered number WK209, was the first boat in Wick to install an echo sounder, using radio navigation to find the ever elusive shoals of herring.
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700 ml, 40% abv, FranceA unique cognac in the XO category, Martell Cordon Bleu is endowed with beautiful complexity and rich aromas, making it a legendary cognac. Its high proportion of Borderies marks this blend, expanding on its caramelised character with the smoothness of sweet spices, gingerbread and roasted cocoa beans.
"balance with a lot of pear and vanilla notes with the kind of rich, subtle spice you expect from a rye whiskey"