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Ardbeg 10 Years Old (1x 70cl)

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. Named World Whisky of the Year in 2008. Non chill-filtered with a strength of 46% ABV.

Ardbeg Uigeadail (1x 70cl)

One of the most lauded whiskies ever. A very old Ardbeg given sherry maturation this cask-strength Islay whisky packs a punch. Full of dirty nasty flavours like smoked mackerel engine oil seaweed salt peat and smoke as well as lovely chocolate and spice from the wood. This beguiling malt which has depth in leagues is certainly not for the feint-hearted. It is however a perfect match for even the most insatiable peat-freaks!

Arran The both qtr cask (1x 70cl)

The Bothy is a limited edition of the Arran Malt which pays homage to the use of small casks which would have played a large part in the Arran whisky trade in the 18th & 19th centuries. Matured in First-Fill ex-Bourbon Barrels before being transferred for secondary maturation into smaller quarter casks also made of the finest American oak. Non chill filtered and no artificial colouring, it is bottled at natural cask strength. A warm and comforting aroma greets the nose. Sandalwood spice and smells of the outdoors; sweet malty barley and damp oak. Aromas of waxy lemons, melting cane sugar and a hint of cocoa promise intense and complex flavours to follow. A luscious, sweet mouthfeel adheres to the palate as a kick of red chilli heat arrives and starts to warm. Distillery character shines as fresh pineapple and green apples with stalks attached come to the fore. Toasted brioche and vanilla ice cream give a round quality to this dram. A floral note at the start of a finish which lingers on the palate as tangy citrus notes develop to make the mouth water, bringing the flavour full circle; inciting another sweet sip.

Auchentoshan 18 Years Old (1x 70cl)

The contemporary Lowland single malt. This is a light and subtle whisky from a stylish, contemporary brand with younger adult appeal. Auchentoshan, an extremely versatile single malt, can be enjoyed in many ways. Auchentoshan is also used by many of the World's top chefs in both savoury and sweet dishes. Most importantly, Auchentoshan can be enjoyed on its own straight up or on the rocks. Tasting Note: Triple distilled and matured in American bourbon oak for over eighteen years. The result is a refreshing Lowland single malt whisky with the added infusion of ripe citrus and green tea, the warmth of toasted almonds and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.


Auchentoshan Whisky Galore 9 Yrs Old (1x 70cl)

With trademark white fruit flavours, this charming Auchentoshan is not overly-complex but very authentic tasting.

Auchroisk 21 Years Old 1991 Hogshead Cask Berry's Own Selection (1x 70cl)

This single cask expression has a classic Speyside style nose with plenty of fresh soft yellow fruit, well woven sweet barley and oak. The palate is silky and mouth-watering, balanced with pear juice and apple acidity. The finish is long and perilously moreish.

Aultmore 12 Years Old (1x 70cl)

A little-known distillery situated in an area known as the Foggie Moss, between Keith and Buckie, Aultmore is finally emerging from its misty moorland to see the light of day as a range of single malts.The Aultmore 12yo showcases the fresh, grassy signature style of this distillery.

Aultmore 28 Years Old 1982 Hogshead Cask Berry's Own Selection (1x 70cl)

This expression has been bottled by Berry Bros & Rudd from a refill hogshead. Aultmore whisky distillery, founded in 1896 by Alexander Edwards who also owned Benrinnes distillery, lies to the north of Keith in Banffshire. The name is gaelic for "Great Burn", a reference to the Auchinderran burn which provides some of the distillery's water. In its early years, Aultmore produced sporadically and changed hands several times. The nose of the 1982 single malt offers fruity resinous, burnt grass notes with some spice showing. The palate has some buttery and toasty notes, building well to deliver malty, creamy texture and yellow fruit skins. Some smokiness becomes evident. The finish gives lingering sweetness cut by spice.

Balvenie 12 Year old Double wood (1x 70cl)

The Balvenie DoubleWood is a 12 year old single malt which gains its distinctive character from being matured in two wood types. Over the period of maturation it is transferred from a traditional oak whisky cask to a first fill European oak sherry cask. Each stage lends different qualities to the resulting single malt ~ the traditional casks soften and add character, whilst the sherry wood brings depth and fullness of flavour. The nose is full of sweet fruit, Oloroso sherry notes and hints of vanilla and honey. It is smooth and mellow on the palate with beautifully combined flavours of toasted nuts, cinnamon and sherry notes.

Benriach Original 10 Year Old (1x 70cl)

This smooth single malt has an elegant full taste and aroma that captures fruity, floral and oak wood notes, with fascinating overtones of honey, vanilla and spice.Taste:Rounded medium to full bodied, rich honey, vanilla with hints of cream, spice and chocolate.

Benrinnes 21 Years Old Diageo Limited Release (1x 70cl)

Distilled in 1992 and aged in ex-sherry oak casks for 21 years with only 2,892 bottles released. The nose is extremely reserved, but clearly savoury at first: almost sapid with hints of truffle oil, or earthy with a fruity sweetness as found in ginger cake with sultanas. This soon settles down to fruit-cake mix with allspice and nutmeg. With time, sweetness emerges as dark treacle toffee; then grows richer, as sweet, buttery pastry and whipped cream. Later, newly burnt toast leads to a charred conclusion, with embers from a wood fire. Equally slow with water; waxier though, with a little steamed ginger sponge, some fruit cake, and aromatic woody notes. On the palate it is big, smooth-textured and mouth-filling, with a sweet and spicy nature. The first sip cools, then the taste catches fire! Briefly salty and savoury, with oily undertones, then a developing toffee sweetness eventually leads to (appetising) burnt pastry. With water, the texture is equally smooth, the taste a fine, more-ish balance of sweet and spicy. The finish is lengthy, chewy and warming, with a menthol effect, a hint of flint, then burnt currants on Christmas cake or dried orange peel. There are notes of almond in the beautifully aromatic aftertaste and there’s a very late, charred astringency with a faded trace of smoke. Tasting notes courtesy of Diageo.

Benrinnes Flora & Fauna 15 Years Old (1x 70cl)

Slightly sweet and very fruity; take your chance to try this hard-to-find whisky!

Blair Atholl 12 Years Old (1x 70cl)

A startlingly good whisky from Pitlochry in Perthshire. This Flora and Fauna release has bags of character courtesy of good sherry maturation which impart onto it richness and spice. At the forefront of the palate is a beautiful nutty almondy flavour which also contributes to a soft texture.

Blair Atholl Blair Athol Diageo Managers Dram 15 Years Old (1x 70cl)

This 15 year old whisky from the Blair Athol distillery is part of the Manager’s Dram series of whiskies which were available exclusively to employees of what is now known as Diageo. These whiskies were specially selected by distillery managers within Diageo and bottled at natural cask strength.

Bowmore 12 Years Old (1x 70cl)

A unique combination of time, tradition and terrain. Bowmore, the first Islay single malt whisky since 1779, is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland and the producer of the very first legal single malt whisky on Islay. Bowmore still uses traditional production methods including floor malted barley and the famous No. 1 Vaults where the whisky spends most of its life. It is the only distillery (of any size) on Islay to malt its own barley. The peat smoke and marine notes balanced with a sweet, citrus, freshness give Bowmore its distinctive taste.Full and smoky. The iodine quality is muted, and dry sweet paprika wafts through.
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