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Caol Ila 12 Years Old (1x 70cl)

A medium bodied whisky but packed with flavour. There are notes of vanilla, ripe pears and toffee apples alongside more savoury salty, tar and smoky notes. The finish is long and lingering with a hint of sweetness from the vanilla.
£46.00

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.
£50.00

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!
£67.00

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.
£38.00

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.
£45.00

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.
£18.00

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.
£105.30

Highland Park 18 Years Old (1x 70cl)

A stylish and refined whisky with a beautifully integrated palate whereby heather and honey flavours give way to peat smoke in a seamless transition.
£119.00

Isle Of Arran 10 Year Old (1x 70cl)

On the nose sweet oak and honey are immediately apparent. Hints of coconut and candy appear with a dash of water whilst butterscotch and liquorice are also evident. The palate is crisp and malty with a slight nuttiness. With time the malt begins to open and the Arran hallmarks of citrus and sweet fruit emerge to coat the tongue. The finish is clean and fresh with a lingering creamy sweetness. The Arran 10 Years old is best described as mellow, smooth and bursting with flavour. Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible: Rated 93 Points out of 100
£34.45

Isle Of Arran 14 Year Old (1x 70cl)

Dried fruits, vanilla and toffee dominate the aroma of the 14 Years Old. With a little water a salty tang appears whilst caramelised fruits indicate the depth of flavour to come. An initial burst of brine on the palate leads onto warming toffee apples and hazelnuts. This is followed by dates, chocolate orange and spiced tea cake. The mouth-feel is overwhelmingly rich and weighty. The finish is trademark Arran with cinnamon spices leading back to the start and a classic Island-style coastal note balancing the sweet fruit of the palate.
£45.00

Isle Of Jura Superstition (1x 70cl)

Lightly peated with hints of smoke. For all of you taste gurus out there, you may pick out hints of honey and pine, as the balance of peated and unpeated spirits is matured to perfection in ex-Bourbon casks. The finest young and aged (up to 21 years) whiskies go into this mysterious bottle, so there’s a different flavour to explore with every drop.
£39.00

Kilchoman Sanaig (1x 70cl)

Colour: Beech wood.Nose: Soft cooked fruits with caramel and vanilla. Palate: Toffee, peat smoke and citrus with lingering sweetness.Finish: A lovely balance of peat smoke, fruit and sweetness.
£55.00

Lagavulin 16 Years Old (1x 70cl)

The most Iodiney of the Islay whiskies Lagavulin is a truly majestic whisky. Peat smoke and wood are delivered on the most clinical and clean palate. Tasting Lagavulin is an experience.
£68.00

Laphroaig Quarter Cask (1x 70cl)

In the classic Laphroaig style the maturation of this whisky in smaller casks means that the smoky flavour carries as much wood flavour as it does peat. “The closest to how I remember [Laphroaig] some thirty years ago" - Jim Murray.
£51.00

Laphroaig 10 Years Old (1x 70cl)

The original Laphroaig, distilled the same way today as when Ian Hunter invented it over 75 years ago. In making Laphroaig, malted barley is dried over a peat fire. The smoke from this peat, found only on Islay, gives Laphroaig its particularly rich flavour. Those enjoying the 10 Year Old will first notice the bold, smoky taste, followed by a hint of seaweed and a surprising sweetness. This full-bodied variant is the foundation of all Laphroaig expressions and comes with a long finish.
£41.75
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