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Arran Gold Cream Liqueur (1x 70cl)

This Arran Gold Liqueur captures the essence of the island in a bottle. This geography is key to the character of Arran whisky and its liqueur. Here they make a spirit that reflects a range of regional influences, yet achieves a rare and unique personality all its own. Rather like the island itself.

The Arran Gold Cream Liqueur is in a class of its own. Since its launch in 2004, it has become incredibly popular and everyone who has tasted Arran Gold agrees that they would happily change over from their usual brand in favour of this deeply delicious treat. Made with a healthy dose of Arran, this is a cream liqueur where you can really taste the quality.

Arran Gold has the colour and appearance of liquid toffee and creamy fudge. The aromas are of chocolate, cassis and a wee touch of fresh mint while the flavour has a lovely sweetness with honey notes.

£20.00

Cambus Grain Whisky Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask 25 Year Old 1991 (1x70cl)

We are delighted to announce that Exel Wines have teamed up with local independent Perth whisky merchant, Morrison and MacKay Ltd, to source this exceptional and incredibly rare whisky from the now lost Cambus distillery. This rare dram was distilled in 1991 and filled into a sherry cask and matured for 25 years before bottling at a natural strength of 63.6% vol. The Cambus distillery was closed in 1993 due to production reorganisation - it was converted into warehousing and cask repair facilities. This is one of the distillates from the very last years of 150 years of production. Only 36 bottles of this scarce whisky will be available to our customers.

In 1806, John Moubray converted a disused mill in Alloa, into a single malt distillery. In 1836 he installed two Stein patent stills to distil grain whisky instead of malt. Cambus was run as a family business for most of the 19th century. Moubray’s grandson installed a Coffey still in 1851 which confirmed Cambus as one of the largest grain distilleries in Scotland. In 1877 it became a founding company of DCL (Distillers Company Limited – now Diageo).

In the early 1900s, malt whisky distillers started an uprising to try and prevent the use of the term ‘whisky’ to describe grain spirit. During the ‘What is Whisky?’ trial DCL used Cambus to sway public opinion in their favour. In 1906 it placed a front-page advertisement for Cambus Pure Grain Whisky, in The Daily Mail to ‘give the public the opportunity of judging for themselves what a pure patent-still grain whisky was like’. 

This Cambus 1991 is a 25 year old whisky,  matured in a sherry puncheon (with a capacity of 500 litres) after being distilled on 8th August 1991.  The aromas are of freshly baked brioche, butterscotch and toasted coconut, all of which have pronounced intensity. The palate is luscious, oily and mouth-filling, with flavours of caramelised banana, buttery pastry, biscuits, and the slightest touch of wood polish. It has a lingering finish.

£110.00

Glenmorangie Lasanta Single Malt Whisky (1x70cl)

** LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE AT THIS PRICE **

In 1843, William Matheson founded the Glenmorangie Distillery in the Scottish Highlands. Inspired by the Distillery’s peaceful surroundings on the banks of the Dornoch Firth, he brought forth a pioneering single malt whisky wonderfully complex and exceptionally smooth. Ever since, they have pursued their craft with uncompromising dedication – endlessly creative in our quest for perfection. To this day, they honour the Distillery’s provenance in the award-winning single malt. Its pure, smooth spirit is distilled in Scotland’s tallest stills, matured in the finest casks and perfected by The Men of Tain. And, in the hands of these select craftsmen, Glenmorangie will continue to delight malt whisky lovers for generations to come.

Elegant but full-bodied, the Lasanta has spent ten years maturing in American white oak, ex-Bourbon casks before being extra-matured for a further two years in Oloroso Sherry and Pedro Ximenez (PX) casks from Jerez in Spain.

Lasanta is Gaelic for warmth and passion, a reminder not just of the Spanish provenance of these Oloroso sherry butts, but also a reflection of this expression's lusciously soft texture and deep, enticingly sweet aroma.

Chill-filtered and bottled at 43% abv, Glenmorangie Lasanta is full-bodied and rich in texture, with a wonderfully long and smooth finish. It is characterised by rich, spicy, nutty notes from the Oloroso and PX casks selected for its finishing.

Aroma: Warm spices mix with smooth chocolate covered raisins, honeycomb and caramel toffee.

Taste: Deliciously sweet sherry flavoured sultanas, orange segments, walnuts and butterscotch combine to create complex warm spices.

Finish: Long and satisfying finish with spiced orange and chocolate covered hazelnuts.

£39.95

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

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

Tomatin 12 Year Old (1x 70cl)

Whisky production has been central to the way of life in this area most probably since the 15th when drovers would stop to fill their ram’s horns at the still of the old laird’s house.  This house was part of the Tomatin estate and located where the modern day Distillery stands.  1897. The first formal distillery on the site was established in 1897. The settlement of Tomatin was formed as result of the wealth created by the distillery. Around 80% of their employees still live on site in the distillery houses, so working at Tomatin is more than just a job for their employees; it is a way of life. This in turn is reflected in the quality of whisky produced; every bottle of whisky they make is distilled with pride.

The smooth, rounded hills sheltering the Tomatin Distillery reflect the softer side of nature in this quiet corner of the Highlands. Here, bubbling pure spring water, tender barley and gentle patience all go into creating an incredibly soft Highland whisky. A whisky which is as easy to enjoy as it is hard to forget.

Tomatin describe their whisky perfectly: "Since 1897 there has been a quiet revolution unfolding in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. In this idyllic spot, the naturally soft water of the Allt na Frith burn is introduced to tender Scottish barley. Later, from the tall, slim copper stills of the Tomatin Distillery a mellow, fruity spirit is born. You have heard the myths of this often wild and beautiful place. Now hear the truth: there is a softer side to the Highlands. There is Tomatin."  

The Tomatin 12 Year Old is smooth and silky, having been matured in traditional Scotch Whisky, ex-Bourbon and ex-Spanish Sherry casks. A rich, fruity aroma is the prelude to sweet flavours of ripe apples, pears and a subtle hint of nut before the long, pleasantly oily finish.

£35.00

Tomatin 14 Year Old (1x 70cl)

Whisky production has been central to the way of life in this area most probably since the 15th when drovers would stop to fill their ram’s horns at the still of the old laird’s house.  This house was part of the Tomatin estate and located where the modern day Distillery stands.  1897. The first formal distillery on the site was established in 1897. The settlement of Tomatin was formed as result of the wealth created by the distillery. Around 80% of their employees still live on site in the distillery houses, so working at Tomatin is more than just a job for their employees; it is a way of life. This in turn is reflected in the quality of whisky produced; every bottle of whisky they make is distilled with pride.

The smooth, rounded hills sheltering the Tomatin Distillery reflect the softer side of nature in this quiet corner of the Highlands. Here, bubbling pure spring water, tender barley and gentle patience all go into creating an incredibly soft Highland whisky. A whisky which is as easy to enjoy as it is hard to forget.

Tomatin describe their whisky perfectly: "Since 1897 there has been a quiet revolution unfolding in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. In this idyllic spot, the naturally soft water of the Allt na Frith burn is introduced to tender Scottish barley. Later, from the tall, slim copper stills of the Tomatin Distillery a mellow, fruity spirit is born. You have heard the myths of this often wild and beautiful place. Now hear the truth: there is a softer side to the Highlands. There is Tomatin."  

The Tomatin 14 Year Old is soft, smooth and sweet, benefiting from its time spent in Tawny Port casks which previously held port for around 50 years. Rich but balanced aromas of red berries, sweet honey and rich toffee develop into aspects of light fruits and nuts on the palate and an abiding finish of smooth fruit salad. 

£51.00
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