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50 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Islay)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 46.3 % abv, Scotland (Highland)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 40.0 % abv, Scotland (Islay)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 40.0 % abv, Scotland (Islay)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
50 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Official distillery bottling, 50 ml mini bottle with distillery label.
700 ml, 40% abv, ScotlandStrathcolm 12 year old Single Grain Scotch Whisky is bottled by Angus Dundee (who own Tomintoul and Glencadam distilleries) Single Grain Scotch Whisky is made using a continuous method called the Patent Still process. The majority of cereals used are typically un-malted like wheat, corn, maize and rye together with a small amount of malted barley. The cereals are cooked together under steam pressure to aid the conversion into soluble starch ready for fermentation and distillation in a Patent or Coffey still.
Matured in a high proportion of first-fill ex-Bourbon casks for 12 years.
"Very easy drinking"
700 ml, 40% abv, Scotland (Islay)This has received much critical acclaim with the whisky writer Michael Jackson proclaiming it 'remarkably long and complex'. You will pick up the trademark Bowmore peaty smokiness along with subtle notes of lemon, honey and chocolate. "subtle lemon and honey, balanced beautifully by Bowmore's trademark peaty smokiness...sweet and delicious heather honey and gentle peat smoke"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig 10 Year Old is an all-malt Scotch Whisky from the remote island of Islay in the Western Isles of Scotland. A full-bodied, smoky gem, with a residual sweetness and a hint of salt amidst the seaweedy, peaty characters before a long warming finish. This malt has won a huge number of awards.
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"
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Islay)Ardbeg Ten Years Old is revered around the world as the peatiest, smokiest, most complex single malt of them all. Yet it does not flaunt the peat, rather it gives way to the natural sweetness of the malt to produce a whisky of perfect balance. Typically most whiskies are chill-filtered and reduced to a strength of 40% ABV. Ardbeg Ten Years Old, however, is non chill-filtered and has a strength of 46% ABV, thus retaining maximum flavour, at the same time giving more body and added depth. It’s whisky with none of the goodness taken out !
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay)Taking its name from the Gaelic for ‘dawn’, Moch is a wonderful newcomer from this renowned distillery. It is the first single malt from Caol Ila to be selected for taste alone: sweet, smooth and lightly smoky, unconstrained by age, cask wood, strength or finish. "To nose, it’s clean, appetising and shows subtle citrus fruit with just a puff of smoke. Smooth and pleasant in the mouth, it begins sweetly then yields a fragrant smokiness then a delicious sweet-smoky, lingering finish"
700 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig 'Select' takes its name from the special selection of American and European casks, chosen for their unique character that they give during maturation. Representing a subtle blending of peat, oak and sweetness, Laphroaig Master Distiller John Campbell has selected the spirit from Laphroaig Quarter Cask, PX Cask, Triple Wood (European Oak casks) and a final addition of 10 Year Old to create Laphroaig Select. John said, “Select is an exciting and unique expression that brings together the best of Laphroaig’s flavour profile"
1000 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig 10 Year Old is an all-malt Scotch Whisky from the remote island of Islay in the Western Isles of Scotland. A full-bodied, smoky gem, with a residual sweetness and a hint of salt amidst the seaweedy, peaty characters before a long warming finish. This malt has won a huge number of awards.
700 ml, 46.3% abv, Scotland (Islay)First launched in 1979, Bunnahabhain 12 year old has endured almost 40 years, a combination of ex-sherry, ex-bourbon and whisky re-fill casks are chosen to achieve the perfect balance of the characteristic nutty and sherry flavours of Bunnahabhain. "The nose offers a fresh and aromatic experience with a subtle whiff of smoke floating through the air. The taste starts with a light fruit and nut appeal that leads to a spectacular malty sweetness, finishing into a beautifully rich full-bodied, lingering experience"
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)The Machir Bay range is their core expression, first launched in 2012 when it won the prestigious IWSC 2012 Gold Award – Best in Class. Machir Bay is a picturesque sandy beach overlooked by the Kilchoman Church just half a mile from the distillery. Machir Bay is matured in both Bourbon barrels and Sherry casks affording it a beautiful balance of rich tropical fruit, peat smoke, light vanilla and intense sweetness. Different editions of Machir Bay have been released in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay)Fresh, sweetly fruity and smooth-bodied, Caol Ila 12 year old single malt Scotch whisky is the colour of pale straw, with a delicate balance of tastes. The clean, appetising nose shows subtle citrus fruit with just a puff of smoke. Firm and smooth, it begins sweetly then yields a fragrant smokiness and a sweet-smoky, lingering finish.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)This 10 year old is the classic, elegance and finesse of Bruichladdich seamlessly married with the power and presence of heavy peat making Port Charlotte whisky, left to mature slowly and un-hurried for 10 Islay years.
1000 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig QA CASK (Quercus Alba) Double Matured. The first maturation, takes place in ex-bourbon barrels. Then it is transferred to fresh uncharred American white oak casks. This second intense maturation creates a balanced fusion of the heavy peat smoke with warm spicy vanilla wood notes. The length of time of this important second maturation varies, with each cask carefully monitored to ensure the exact balance of flavour is achieved.
"sweet, slightly spicy, rolling smoke, charred vanilla" Litre Bottle
700 ml, 46.3% abv, Scotland (Islay)Bunnahabhain Moine is a limited edition, single batch, malt scotch whisky distilled, matured, and bottled at Bunnahabhain, crafted by Master Distiller Ian MacMillan. (Bunnahabhain did release a whisky with the exact same name in the past, but it was a limited edition Olorosso cask release. This one is a whole different thing, just with a similar name) It is a NAS peated, un-chill filtered with no added color and released at 46.3% abv. "Extremely smoky taste with a character of, pear, lion honey, straw, oyster bowl, vanilla, tar, grapefruit and salmiak (salty liquorice)"
"refreshing with peat, smoke, iodine and diesel...Earthy tones with smoke, peat, iodine and sea air...Finish long and smoky with tar and iodine"
700 ml, 48.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig Quarter Cask takes its inspiration from the small casks often used for Scotch Whisky in the 19th century and frequently transported across the Glens by packhorse. It was decided to recreate some of the Quarter Casks and the flavours they produce. They transferred some still maturing Laphroaig from larger style barrels into the Quarter Casks. It was noted that the small cask size gave up to 30% greater contact with the wood compared to some of the larger sizes used today, thus greatly intensifying the maturation process. For greater authenticity they simply barrier filtered the whisky, the method used in those days, and bottled at a higher alcoholic strength.
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)A much sought-after single malt with the massive peat-smoke that's typical of southern Islay - but also offering a dryness that turns it into a truly interesting dram. Lagavulin is an intense, smoky-sweet single malt with seaweed flavours and a huge finish, aged in oak casks for at least sixteen years. At the old 43% strength.
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay)Matured in an inspired combination of both bourbon and sherry casks, it's the final three years spent in Oloroso sherry casks that gives Bowmore 15 Years Old 'Darkest', one of the most beautifully balanced Bowmores, the rich, deep colour reflected in its name, and its warming finish. "Rich raisins and gentle smoke lead the way to a delicious chocolaty centre"
700 ml, 48.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Laphroaig, Triple Wood has enjoyed a triple maturation in 3 types of cask. Just as with the standard Quarter Cask expression, the first maturation is in American oak, ex-Bourbon Barrels. They then select the most suitable of these barrels, containing a range of different aged spirit and transfer into small 19th Century style Quarter Casks for a second maturation. The final maturation is in specially selected, large European oak, Oloroso Sherry Casks. It is bottled at 48% ABV and is non-chill filtered for a depth of taste and texture.
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Sanaig, is a new release from Kilchoman, named after a rocky inlet North West of the distillery, Sanaig, has a predominantly sherry cask influence owing to the significant time spent in Oloroso sherry casks. These aged Oloroso casks contribute a drastically transformed depth of colour and character compared to the mostly Bourbon cask matured Machir Bay. ‘Cask Influence’ bars now feature on the packaging of both Sanaig and Machir Bay to illustrate the differing flavour profiles of the two core expressions. “A beautiful marriage of bourbon and sherry maturation balanced with classic Islay peat smoke and light citrus sweetness” (Anthony Wills, Founder)
700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Kilchoman's release for travel retail, this is a 5 year old whisky matured in ex-Bourbon casks. The name comes from 'Saligo Bay' which is situated a couple of miles west of Kilchoman Distillery and is a small rocky inlet with golden sandy beach.
Bottled at 46% abv, non-chill filtered and no added color.
"notes of butterscotch, toffee, citrus and smoke"
700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay)Each Distillers Edition expression undergoes a second (or ‘double’) maturation in casks that have previously held a fortified wine. This extraordinarily stylish and complex expression of Caol Ila has been double-matured in carefully selected Moscatel casks. The wood is not over-evident and instead balances perfectly with this richly flavoured single malt.
3 x 200 ml, 42.0% abv, Scotland (Islay)A great collection of Bowmore Single Malt Whisky in three x 200 ml bottles in a lovely gift presentation. 12 year, 15 year Darkest, and 18 years old.
700 ml, 54.2% abv, Scotland (Islay)In 2009, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible named Ardbeg Uigeadail ‘World Whisky of the Year’ – in praise of its “utter silky brilliance” and “complexity on a level only a handful of distilleries in the world can even dream of reaching.” Ardbeg Uigeadail (‘Oog-a-dal’) is a special vatting that marries Ardbeg’s traditional deep, smoky notes with luscious, raisiny tones of old ex-Sherry casks. It's non chill-filtered at high strength, which retains maximum flavour and gives more body and added depth.
700 ml, 46.3% abv, Scotland (Islay)Ceobanach (pronounced ' kyaw-bin-ach), which means ' smoky mist' in Scots Gaelic, reflects the origins of Bunnahabhain, both the place and the single malt's charming, complex character. Aged for 10 years, although officially it doesn’t have an age statement. Ceobanach is lemon gold in colour with an unusually rich, complex character marrying ex bourbon cask sweetness with intense Islay malt peatiness and aubtle hints of the sea. As with all Bunnahabhain expressions, Ceobanach is un-chillfiltered meaning that nothing is added or taken away, leaving the whisky exactly as nature intended. Small batch production with limited release.
1000 ml, 40.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Four different casks are selected by hand, ex-bourbon barrels, small quarter casks, virgin American oak barrels and larger European Oak hogshead. Four Oak is an extraordinary fusion of flavours including sandalwood, pine, fir and willow.
700 ml, 46% abv, Scotland (Islay)Toiteach (pronounced Toch Chach) means 'smoky' in Scots Gaelic, and is made with heavily peated barley. The distillery is usually known to produce the lightest of all the Islay single malt whiskies with extremely low levels of peat influence, compared to most of the other distilleries on the island. What if a touch of smoke from peated malted barley was introduced in the distillation process to the Bunnahabhain single malt and some sherry influence on this as well? This 'limited edition' bottling offers the connoisseur an opportunity to try something truly unique and beguiling in nature. This malt has been masterfully distilled and matured at the distillery, with an average age of ten to eleven years, never leaving Islay during the process.
1000 ml, 46.3% abv, Scotland (Islay)Eirigh Na Greine (pronounced Ae-ree ne gray-nyuh and meaning ‘Morning Sky’ in Gaelic) is an alluringly complex small-batch single malt Scotch whisky containing a significant proportion of high-quality ex-red wine cask-matured Bunnahabhain whiskies of various ages. Only a limited number of cases are produced every year. "Bunnahabhain's signature taste, which includes roasted nuts and fruits with hints of sea salt and smoke, is further enhanced by sweet, rich and spicy aromas imparted by the Italian and French red wine influence" Natural colour and unchill-filtered at 46.3%
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700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Named after a famously peaty loch overlooked by the distillery, Loch Gorm is the only fully ex-sherry cask matured release in our range. Since it's first launch in 2012 a new edition of Loch Gorm has been released every year, each with it's unique balance of sherry influence and maturity. Bottlings are differentiated by distillation and bottling years printed on the label. Loch Gorm combines rich sherry fruits and spices with smouldering peat, cloves and lingering sweetness.
700 ml, 50.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)All parts of the production process for the 100% Islay have taken place at the distillery – from barley to bottle. The barley is grown, malted, distilled, matured and bottled at Kilchoman making for a unique character. Bottled at 50% ABV and peated to a lower level to that of their other releases, 100% Islay has a lighter, fresher feel to it. Citrus and lemon notes come through with soft peat smoke and a long smooth finish. First launched in 2010 a new edition of the 100% Islay has been released every year since.
700 ml, 57.1% abv, Scotland (Islay)Corryvreckan takes its name from the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay, where only the bravest souls dare to venture. Swirling aromas and torrents of deep, peaty, peppery taste lurk beneath the surface of this beautifully balanced dram. Like the whirlpool itself, Corryvreckan is not for the faint-hearted !
"Fresh sea breeze aromas and a distinct prickle from the alcohol. Scents of orange, caramelised brown sugar and raspberries, which come out more with water. Sweet, dense, smoky and salty on the palate. Like biting into charcoal. Sea salt-laced, sticky toffee pudding. Orange oils and a spicy bite – star anise and white pepper, plus some seaweed."
1000 ml, 50% abv, Scotland (Islay)A peated expression from Bunnahabhain, Cruach Mhóna is the name for a pile of drying peat bricks. "The nose is crisp and lively, with sweet peaty aromas, hay and herbal, burning grass with dry smoke and light creosol. The taste is quite light, malty sweet and smoky with peaty seaweed and sea salt. The finish is dry and smoky with spice and seaweed"
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700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay)A comparatively recent release from 700 ml, 43% abv, Scotland (Islay), the 18 year old was launched in January of 2007 to replace the 17 year old. According to the distillers, this expression contains a higher percentage of Oloroso Sherry cask-matured whisky. 18 Years Old, 43% abv, a masterful combination of ripe fruit, dark chocolate and Islay smoke. The nose is Classic Bowmore fruit, malt and subtle peat, with a lovely muted Sherry influence. Diluting it with a drop of water makes this Bowmore give its best. A mellow mahogany colour, this delightful dram has caramel, fruit and smoke aromas to complement the chocolate hints on the palate.
700 ml, 64.0% abv, Scotland (Islay)Once each year Caol Ila makes unpeated whisky, this 12 yr old, natural cask strength, limited edition, is one of those special releases. Distilled in 1999, aged in first fill ex bourbon American oak casks, then bottled in 2011 at 64% abv.
700 ml, 48% abv, Scotland (Islay)Laphroaig An Cuan Mor (Gaelic for 'big ocean') is matured in first-fill American white oak bourbon barrels, then it is finished in European oak.
"Rich and spicy with a maritime character"
700 ml, 56.9% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)The Original Cask Strength is a special edition Kilchoman bottled at natural cask strength, presenting the whisky in its purest form with un-paralleled intensity of flavour and texture. Anthony Wills, managing director of Kilchoman, said: “it has always been my intention to release a cask strength expression once we had the stock available. This is the way single malt should be drunk. It allows everyone to experience Kilchoman with all the characteristics captured in the glass”.
This second edition in October 2016 was a vatting of 95 Quarter Casks.
700 ml, 59.2% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)The Original Cask Strength is a special edition Kilchoman bottled at natural cask strength, presenting the whisky in its purest form with un-paralleled intensity of flavour and texture. Anthony Wills, managing director of Kilchoman, said: “it has always been my intention to release a cask strength expression once we had the stock available. This is the way single malt should be drunk. It allows everyone to experience Kilchoman with all the characteristics captured in the glass”.
This first release in October 2014 was chosen from a selection of ex-bourbon casks.
700 ml, 48.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)For two centuries, (1815 refers to the founding of the distillery) Laphroaig master craftsmen have worked to shape the most richly flavoured of all Scotch whiskies. The 1815 edition was created by current Laphroaig Distillery Manager, John Campbell, to honour those who have gone before him. Left to rest in first-fill, over-charred ex-bourbon barrels before further maturing in large, new European oak hogsheads maturation occurs slowly, resulting in a whisky of great depth. "Laphroaig describe The 1815 as deep sunset orange in colour, with aromas of burnt apricot and raisin, they say it combines the signature peat smoke of Laphroaig with soft oak and notes of rich caramelised dark fruit and a dried fruit, nut, peat and oiled-wood finish"
700 ml, 59% abv, Scotland (Islay)A spicy Islay malt, first fill sherry hogsheads. Distilled 31/03/2009, bottled 14/06/2017.
700 ml, 60.3% abv, Scotland (Islay)Once each year Caol Ila makes unpeated whisky, this 15 yr old, natural cask strength, is one of those special releases, aged fully in first fill ex-Bourbon casks. 60.3% abv.
700 ml, 59.6% abv, Scotland (Islay)Stitchell Reserve is an unpeated release of Caol Ila and is named for the distillery manager Billy Stitchell, who is retiring after almost 40 years at the distillery. Although it is'unpeated' there is still a smoky tang to the whisky, although less so than in previous years. Matured in American Oak, rejuvenated American Oak and ex-bodega European Oak casks.
700 ml, 54.4% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)An annual special release, cask strength, from the essential Islay distillery of Lagavulin.
- 2014 Edition.
700 ml, 58.2% abv, Scotland (Islay)This Kilchoman Single Cask was distilled in 2011, Oloroso Sherry hogshead matured. It was bottled on the 14th of November 2016 at a natural cask strength of 58.2% abv from cask No 559. Non chill filtered and with no added colour, a limited single cask release.
700 ml, 48.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Crafted by Laphroaig Distillery Manager, John Campbell, Laphroaig Lore is drawn from a variety of casks including first-fill bourbon barrels, quarter casks and Oloroso sherry hogsheads to create a unique richness. Bottled at 48% abv.
700 ml, 43.0% abv, Scotland (ISLAY)Each Distillers Edition expression undergoes a second (or ‘double’) maturation in casks that have previously held a fortified wine. A really distinctive and distinguished dram, full of peat while the Pedro Ximinez sherry wood naturally has a big say, A more mellow Lagavulin, not quite as deep or intense as the 16 year old.
700 ml, 60.2% abv, Scotland (Islay)This specially selected malt was distilled in 2007, matured in first-fill Sherry Butts, and then bottled by Gordon & Macphail , unchill-filtered, at cask strength, in 2018.
"A well balanced sherried Islay malt"