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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.

Bowmore Tempest II 10 Years Old (1x 70cl)

Weather Beaten But Naturally Beautiful Aged for a decade in first-fill bourbon casks, with only No. 1 Vaults' wall to protect it from the crashing waves beyond, Bowmore Tempest encapsulates all the rugged, stormy sea qualities associated with this weather-beaten distillery. As complex as they come, this golden-coloured treasure still retains Bowmore's differentiating quality - perfect balance. Bowmore Tempest is released in small batches.

Bruichladdich Scottish Barley (1x 70cl)

Made from 100% Scottish barley, trickle distilled, then matured for its entire life by the shores of Lochindaal in premium American oak, it is a testament to the quality of ingredients.Smooth as pebbles in a pool. It’s clean, fresh and lively with both the oak and the grain in perfect harmony.

Bruichladdich Scottish Barley quarter bottles (1x 20cl)

Made from 100% Scottish barley, trickle distilled, then matured for its entire life by the shores of Lochindaal in premium American oak, it is a testament to the quality of ingredients.Smooth as pebbles in a pool. It’s clean, fresh and lively with both the oak and the grain in perfect harmony.

Bunnahabhain 18 Years Old (1x 70cl)

An Islay anomaly Bunnahabhain 12 is wonderfully soft and mature. The maritime character of the whisky has been fully harnessed by the wood so that only a hint of salt is discernible amongst a medley of dried fruit flavours.

Caol Ila Distiller's Edition (1x 70cl)

Distilled in 2002 and bottled in 2014, this whisky was finished in Moscatel casks prior to bottling which give it a richer, sweeter edge. A complex and elegant whisky packed with peaty, smoky notes and flavors of fresh lemon zest, crushed digestive biscuits and sweet cinnamon.

Cardhu "Pure Malt" 40% Abv (1x 70cl)

Cardhu was Diageo’s bestselling Scotch whisky but when demand outstripped supply, Diageo vatted Cardhu malt with malts from other distilleries and called the resultant product ‘Pure Malt’. It caused controversy when it was released and after losing a legal battle, Cardhu ‘Pure Malt’ was eventually withdrawn from the market. This is a soft, sweet and approachable whisky with flavours of malt, green apple, honey and toffee.

Clynelish 14 Years Old (1x 70cl)

Spicy malt from Sutherland. A hot briney whisky with both salty and peppery nuances.


Clynelish Select Reserve - not aged on bottle but min age 16 YO - Diageo Limited Release (1x 70cl)

A premium whisky with no age statement that is a made from hand selected casks of five different wood types and aged for at least 15 years. A very complex and elegant whisky with waxy stone fruit, butterscotch and toffee and cinnamon and oaky notes.

Cragganmore 12 years old (1x 70cl)

Found in the late 1860s at Ballindalloch in Speyside, Cragganmore takes its name from a local hill called ‘Craggan Mor’ which means big rock. It has a golden appearance with wild flowers, honey and vanilla on the nose. It is lighter bodied but has a firm and rounded mouth feel with malty flavours intertwined with notes of wood smoke and sandalwood. The finish is long with smoke, malty characters and a hint of sweetness.
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