Arkansas, known as “the Natural State”, is home to mountains and rivers, deltas and diamonds, and acres of farmland. When founder and head distiller, Phil Brandon, a sixth generation Arkansan, decided to make bourbon whiskey, he looked to his home state, Arkansas, for the corn and wheat to make this bourbon. This Single Barrel Reserve Arkansas Bourbon Whiskey represents the distilleries highest standards for their bourbon and is taken from their finest world-class casks. Every bottle of our Single Barrel Reserve Bourbon contains full-flavoured bourbon, with notes of caramel, vanilla, oak and spice. Enjoy it neat, on the rocks, or in your favourite cocktail.
Rock Town bourbon is distilled from Arkansas corn and wheat right here at the distillery in downtown Little Rock. They age the bourbon here at the distillery in small new charred oak barrels that were coopered right here in Arkansas at Gibbs Brothers Cooperage. That’s right, they use Arkansas Corn, Arkansas Wheat, distill the whiskey in Arkansas, age it in an Arkansas made barrel to be Arkansas’ first ever Bourbon Whiskey. The Bourbon is milled, mashed, fermented, distilled, aged, bottled and packaged at the distillery in Little Rock. A sweet and smoky perfume of roasted corn, breakfast cereal and brown sugar with delicate baked cherry notes. Smooth and sweet on the palate. Very subtle and deep notes of almond, brown sugar and freshly baked biscuits. The sweet and nutty notes linger into the finish.
Rock Town Arkansas Rye Whiskey is a premium small batch rye whiskey distilled, aged and bottled at our distillery in Little Rock, Arkansas. Rock Town take pride in the fact that they grow their own Rye in Northeast Arkansas. As with all their whiskies, rock Town Rye Whiskey is made from grain to glass right here at the distillery in Little Rock. Beginning with batch 12 they changed the mash bill from 88% rye and 12% malted barley, to 52% rye, 38% corn and 10% malted barley. The rye grain and the corn are grown in Arkansas.
Royal Brackla received ‘royal’ status in 1833 and was the first Scottish distillery to receive the honor. The vast majority of the distilleries production is used in Dewar’s blends but a single malt range has been launched. The 12-year-old is finished in first fill Oloroso sherry casks and offers aromas of apple, almond, ginger and leafy characters which lead onto chocolate and sweet apple notes of the palate.
A finely structured, smooth, rich whisky; its sweet autumn fruits are perfectly balanced by a nutty, spicy dryness.Appearance - Deep amber; most attractive, good texture.Nose - Soft, inviting, dry and autumnal nose. Sweet, stewed fruits, ripe autumn apples and rich berry fruits.Body - Great mouthfeel: light to medium body, softly coating the tongue.Palate - Dry and sweet; nuts, dark toffee and gentle mint, rhubarb and apple juice. Dries, with a rich, silky cocoa bitterness.Finish - Sweetness softly introduces a longer, drying oakiness. Stewed-fruit freshness. Wood-smoke spiced with faint black pepper.
On the nose, enjoy a softness of vanilla and sugared almonds, balanced by fresh oak and cinnamon. The palate bursts with fruit and spice - gently revealing toffee and the richness of sherry oak. The taste finishes with a touch of fresh fruit, becoming pleasantly drying - slowly unveiling the wisp of peat smoke.
Based on the first malt whisky designed to be enjoyed with the finest cigars, developed originally by Richard Paterson, Master Blender.Tasting notes by the Master himself – Richard Paterson; amouth of blackcurrant jam; chewy butter caramel. Its fruity sweetness complements the dry deep fragrant smoke of a Cuban cigar perfectly.
The Cask Strength Edition is their most vivacious expression, yet still retains Tomatin’s characteristically rich and sweet undertones. Matured in a classic combination of first fill ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso Sherry casks, aromas of golden syrup and ginger biscuits prevail while flavours of malt loaf and marzipan lead to a dry, lingering spicy finish.
Part of AD Rattray’s Cask Colelction, this is a single cask bottling of Tomintoul 15-year-old. it was distilled in 1999 and aged in Fino sherry casks before bottling at cask strength with no colouring of chill filtration. It is pale amber in colour with a nose of golden syrup, citrus and plummy notes. On the palate it is medium bodied with Christmas cake flavours. Toffee, molasses and liquorice.
For about 12 months, Tullibardine Sovereign has been finished off in Chateau de Chassagne Montrachet Red Burgundy Casks, which are 228 litres in size. This creates a delightful ruby colour to this whisky with vanilla, light chocolate flavours, a creamy richness and hints of red summer fruit.
An award-winning Eastern Highland malt that was almost unknown until it was bought by Bacardi in 1998, Aberfeldy's main claim to fame is as the heart of the excellent Dewar's blend. Clean and polished malt with a touch of honey and spice.
An excellent value 21yo Aberfeldy, showcasing the richer end of the Highland spectrum with plenty of sherry influence. Winner of a Gold Medal and Best in Class at the International Wine & Spirits Competition 2010.
A beast of a Speyside whisky in the heavily-sherried cask-strength Speyside.
No two batches taste the same but typically it has a turgid texture reminiscent of toffee dainties and hard caramel; the toffee flavours on the palate have augmentations of great depth ranging from dark chocolate to mint. Usually it offers even more with a dose of water added.