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Compass Box Asyla (1x 70cl)

The team at Compass Box Whiskies refer to themselves as Whiskymakers. "To us, a Whiskymaker is someone who feels a need and an obligation to make things better - to ask questions, to challenge, to experiment. When it comes to whisky and its enjoyment, we keep our minds open to new possibilities - new production processes, new combinations of flavours, new ways of sharing and enjoying great whisky." 

They work with a range of partners to explore the interaction between maturing Scotch whisky and oak over the course of time. From sourcing the best cooperage oak in the world from the Vosges forest of France and the woods of Missouri, to individually sampling almost every cask they use in each of their blends, they are fanatical about quality and believe that every stage of the process has the potential to add to the finished blend. 

Asyla is the ultimate ‘everyday,’ ‘before dinner’ or ‘Sunday afternoon’ Scotch whisky. With just a splash of chilled water, the combination of soft, sweet grain whiskies and elegant, refined Highland malts found in Asyla epitomise the idea of “deliciousness” in the world of Scotch whisky. 

As Compass Box's own notes for the Asyla whisky are excellent and informative, please click on the blue link below for more information on this top quality blended whisky.

Compass Box Asyla - Information Sheet

£42.50

Old Perth Blended Malt Batch 6 (1x 70cl)

Old Perth Scotch Whisky was originally created in the early 1900,s in the city of Perth by the Thomson family, well known grocers in the City. By the late 1970s, a rationalisation sadly saw the brand disappear. The brand was brought back to life as a blended malt in 2013 as a celebration of Perth’s illustrious past in the whisky industry, the brand is the only whisky now blended in Perthshire .

£25.50

Old Perth Peaty Number 3 Edition (1x 70cl)

Old Perth Scotch Whisky was originally created in the early 1900,s in the city of Perth by the Thomson family, well known grocers in the City. By the late 1970s, a rationalisation sadly saw the brand disappear. The brand was brought back to life as a blended malt in 2013 as a celebration of Perth’s illustrious past in the whisky industry, the brand is the only whisky now blended in Perthshire .

Described as ‘ belching with reek’ this peaty blended malt is the latest release in the Old Perth Peaty series. With a label that draws its inspiration from the Victorian Chimney heads or “Grannies” of Old Perth this is great value smokey whisky for peat lovers everywhere.

£31.00

Shackleton Blended Malt Whisky (1x70cl)

Sir Ernest Shackleton is known as much for his camaraderie and leadership as he is for his adventurous spirit. It was with whisky that Sir Ernest Shackleton brought his crew together to toast wives and sweethearts, celebrate birthdays and above all foster a sense of team spirit that led them to succeed against the hardest of odds. To bolster team spirit on his Antarctic expedition (Nimrod, 1907), Sir Ernest Shackleton personally ordered 25 cases of Mackinlay’s Rare Old Highland Malt Whisky. In 2007, a century after the expedition, three cases of the perfectly preserved whisky were discovered, frozen into the ice beneath Shackleton’s base camp at Cape Royds. The whisky was excavated and flown to New Zealand where it was carefully thawed by the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust in a purpose-built environment and public gallery at Canterbury Museum. After its discovery frozen in the ice, world renowned Master Blender, Richard Paterson, carried out painstaking analysis to re-create this antique whisky, and used this as the foundation to create Shackleton – a modern Blended Malt with ice in its DNA.

Inspired by one of the 20th century’s most charismatic leaders, Shackleton is a modern Scotch that embodies the spirit of a legend. Best enjoyed over ice. Shackleton Blended Malt Scotch is based on the spirit supplied to the 1907 British Antarctic Expedition, expertly crafted using a selection of the finest Highland Single Malt Scotch Whiskies.

The aromas on this whisky are smooth and warming with vanilla, toffee apple, cinnamon and ginger. On the palate you will find dark sugar, sweet dried fruits and glazed pineapple giving it a freshness in addition to its more comforting and rich flavours. The finish is almost like hot mulled wine with praline chocolate and a final whisper of bonfire smoke.

£35.85

The Epicurean Lowland Malt, Douglas Laing (1 x 70cl)

Douglas Laing’s The Epicurean Lowland Malt Scotch Whisky tells the story of a 1930s Glasgow man, a real cheeky chappy who was ever the life and soul of the party, and a real connoisseur of fine food and drink. A dram they describe as “city born and bred”, The Epicurean is a blend of some of the finest Lowland Malts; a marriage of the best that the East and the West of Scotland have to offer. This small batch bottling is proudly without colouring or chill-filtration and bottled at 46.2% ABV.

The Epicurean has aromas that are barley-rich, citric, floral and herbal. The mouth-coatingly sweet palate displays crunched sugar, burnt citrus, mixed spices, thyme, peaches and hard candy. This is charmingly underpinned and enriched in the finish with more of that earlier herbal character, in a gristy style with almonds, cut grass and burnt sugar.

£34.00

The Famous Grouse Blended Scotch Whisky (1x 5cl)

This iconic whisky was created in 1896 by Matthew Gloag. Matthew was born to the trade – his grandfather, also called Matthew, founded the family wine and spirit business in Perth in 1835, and his uncle William started blending whisky in 1860.

Over the years, generations of the Gloag family have worked with expert blenders, stillmen, coopers, merchants and retailers to make this whisky Famous.

Three kinds of cask add character to The Famous Grouse whisky as it is maturing. It’s the magic of the cask that lends The Famous Grouse its unique flavour. The European oak they use in the sherry casks and the American oak in the bourbon ones make sure each dram is full of flavour. Each has its own qualities, and each adds its own subtle shades of character to the whiskies that go into The Famous Grouse. By choosing one over another, they can add a little sweetness, a rich, toasty undertone, or a bright fruity note. Their cask policy is key and one of the ways that they achieve consistent quality with every drop.

These miniatures make fantastic gifts, stocking fillers or wedding favours. For the collectors amongst you these are not the current label, but one from a few years ago. Although our pricing reflects the price of a single miniature, these delightful little bottles come in packs of 12.

£1.80

Antiquary 12 Year Old (1x 70cl)

John & William Hardie began their quest to create the perfect blended Scotch whisky more than 150 years ago. In 1888, using only the finest and rarest malts, they succeeded in creating what was considered to be superior to all other blends; The Antiquary. The name is taken from the famous Gothic novel written by Sir Walter Scott, redolent with family secrets, stories of hidden treasure and hopeless love. Today, the story continues with their range of premium Blended Scotch Whisky which is, quite simply, a cut above.

Crafted using Scotland’s most treasured malt and grain whiskies, all of which have been matured for over twelve years, The Antiquary 12 Year Old is light and delicate with a smooth, lingering finish.

The aromas are peaty, earthy and solid, while in direct contrast displaying delicate fresh lemony lime characters. Nicely rounded and malty. The flavours come across as mellow yet feisty, predominately malty, citrus flavours come through well with a gentle peaty touch. The finish is soft with a spicy tingle.

£29.00

Antiquary 21 Year Old (1x 70cl)

John & William Hardie began their quest to create the perfect blended Scotch whisky more than 150 years ago. In 1888, using only the finest and rarest malts, they succeeded in creating what was considered to be superior to all other blends; The Antiquary. The name is taken from the famous Gothic novel written by Sir Walter Scott, redolent with family secrets, stories of hidden treasure and hopeless love. Today, the story continues with their range of premium Blended Scotch Whisky which is, quite simply, a cut above.

Matured in specially selected oak casks for over twenty one years, The Antiquary 21 Year Old is a smooth blend of rare distinction, containing only the best Scottish malt and grain whiskies.

Its aromas are fresh and invigorating, very malty sweet – treacle toffee with hints of bitter orange and lemon. The palate is full and smooth with a warming syrupy sweetness, burst of malty flavours. Very long satisfying heather honeyed aftertaste. It has a dry oak spice finish.

£90.00

Big Peat Blended Malt (1x 70cl)

Big Peat is a remarkable marriage of Malt Whiskies only from the island of Islay. He is, of course, proudly without colouring or chill-filtration and bottled at high alcohol strength (46%), resulting in a naturally oily spirit that promises an incredible mouth-feel. With Caol Ila spirit bringing sweetness, Bowmore the perfect balance, Ardbeg the medicinal, earthy quality and Port Ellen, a degree of elegance, Big Peat represents all that is Islay in a bottle. Fred Laing tells us that of course, there are a couple of Blender's Secrets in Big Peat too – but even after a few drams, he won’t share that info – and so it remains his peaty little secret!

The nose opens fresh, salty and clean, and develops to malted barley dried over peat. A damp, earthy character that’s immediately punchy. On the palate you’ll detect ashes, sweet tar, beaches and smoking chimneys. A long and lingering finish with salty, tangy liquorice, smoke and yet more bonfire ashes.

It takes a robust partner to stand up to Big Peat, but blue cheese is a companion up to the test. The high alcohol strength of Big Peat cuts through the oiliness of the cheese, whilst the complex, creaminess of the cheese unveils layer upon layer of ashy, smokey flavours in the whisky.

£41.50

Chivas Regal 18 Years Old (1x 70cl)

Chivas 18 is a uniquely rich and multi-layered blend that includes over twenty of Scotland’s rarest single malt Scotch whiskies. With 85 flavour notes in every drop, each sip is a new discovery. Awards 2012Gold award, San Francisco World Spirits Competition. 2011 Gold award, San Francisco World Spirits Competition. 2010 Gold award, International Wine & Spirits Competition. 2009 Gold award, International Wine & Spirits Challenge. Tasting Notes: Colour Intense, dark amber. Nose Rich, indulgent, multi-layered aromas with hints of dried fruits, buttery toffee and dark chocolate. Taste A velvety, dark chocolate palate yields to elegant floral notes and a wisp of sweet, mellow smokiness. Finish Extremely warm, long finish.
£69.00

Dewars White Label Blended Scotch Whisky (1x 70cl)

Dewar's Whisky will always hold a special place in our hearts here at Exel Wines HQ in Perth. They are so much part of the heritage in Perth, that most of us have either worked for them in the past or know someone who has. Founded in 1846 by John Dewar, John Dewar & Sons Ltd has grown from a small wine and spirits merchant shop in Perth, Scotland, to become a global brand. It is Perth's world-famous blend. John Dewar was one of the first Scotsmen to blend whisky, and was the first to blend it right. So much so, he put his name on the bottle as a mark of quality.

Dewar's White Label has aromas reminiscent of a swirl of honey, with a sprig of heather. It is rich, golden, and warm. Its flavours are clean, with flavours of fresh vanillaand a slice of pear. It is a soft, fruity, and well-rounded whisky. The finish has a smoothness of character together with a subtle sweetness and a curl of smoke. Dewars White Label is full, balanced, and satisfying.

£25.00

Johnnie Walker Platinum (1x 70cl)

Johnnie Walker Platinum Label 18 Year Old blends big, classic Johnnie Walker flavours with intriguing contemporary notes of citrus and fragrant almonds. Initially sweet with a warm vanilla undercurrent and a suggestion of tangerines, it moves smoothly over the palate into a nutty, malty dryness before a long finish brings elegant suggestions of soft charcoal smokiness and a beautifully fading citrus zest.

£82.00

Monkey Shoulder Blended Malt (1x 70cl)

Monkey Shoulder is made using only malt whiskies from Speyside. These whiskies are expertly blended and married together. Richness and vibrancy combine with fruity aromas and mellow vanilla notes, making it the perfect whisky for mixing. With their playful attitude and commitment to the unconventional, the good people at Monkey Shoulder are bringing "great Scotch to a new generation of whisky drinkers."

To find the perfect cocktail to make using Monkey shoulder, we would suggest that you visit the Monkey Shoulder website at https://www.monkeyshoulder.com/cocktails 

£33.00

Old Perth Sherry cask (1x 70cl)

Old Perth Scotch Whisky was originally created in the early 1900,s in the city of Perth by the Thomson family, well known grocers in the City. By the late 1970s, a rationalisation sadly saw the brand disappear. The brand was brought back to life as a blended malt in 2013 as a celebration of Perth’s illustrious past in the whisky industry, the brand is the only whisky now blended in Perthshire.

Containing whiskies aged in each of the three main sherry casks, (Butts, Puncheons and the smaller Hogsheads) this deeply coloured and richly sweet blended malt will no doubt delight lovers of Sherry Cask.

£31.00

Rock Oyster Blended Malt (1x 70cl)

Established in 1948, Douglas Laing is a leading creator and purveyor of the finest Scotch Whisky with particular focus on artisan, Small Batch and Single Cask bottlings. They hand select the finest, and often rarest, Scotch Whisky stocks from across all of Scotland’s Whisky regions and bottle them as the Distiller intended: At high alcohol strength, and without colouring or chill-filtration.

Prise open a rock oyster and you’d be lucky indeed to find a pearl. The real treasure though is the hidden, tasty delicacy inside, rich with the flavours of the sea. Bottled at 46.8% alcohol strength and traditionally without colouring or chill-filtration, this Small Batch bottling has a truly maritime and oceanic character of sea-salt, sweet peat, smoke, honey and pepper. Containing the finest malt whiskies from Scotland’s Whisky islands, including those distilled on Islay, Arran, Orkney and Jura, it’s no wonder Master Blender Fred Laing says “If I could select just one dram to transport the Whisky enthusiast to the Islands of Scotland, it would be this Rock Oyster.”

Wave soaked rocks and a salty oceanic fresh influence on the nose, running to an initially subtle palate that carries soft and rather sweet peat paralleled with smoke, honey, damp ash, liquorice and late pepper. All of what went before is neatly replicated in the moreish finish.

£40.00
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