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Scotch | Scotland | Highlands | 750ml
Baked yellow fruits (banana, pear, quince) and round, lightly toasted scents of malt in the aroma. Palate entry offers clean, crisp tastes of dry breakfast cereal and lightly toasted barley malt; by midpalate, the dry to off-dry flavor profile includes oak-induced vanilla, light toffee, and nougat. Ends on a woody note.
Whiskey | Scotland | Speyside | 750ml
Appearance Deep red amber colour where the influence of new sherry cask is at work. Taste Honey, Sweet Sherry, Christmas Cake Richness, Nutty and Oaky. Rich texture with a more heavy character. Nose Sherried and Buttery. Slightly Smoky. Ripe Apples. Finish Warming, Gingery, Becoming Dry.
Scotch | Scotland | 750ml
This rich, spicy 18 year old from Aberlour was only released for general consumption in 2008; prior to this it had only been produced for the French market. Nose: Creamy, like melted vanilla ice-cream. Fruity and honeyed. Palate: Fresh juicy apples and oranges before sherry kicks in with supple sultanas and vanilla. Finish: Intricate with chocolate raisins and oily caramel notes.
Scotch | Scotland | Speyside | 750ml
A'bunadh, Gaelic for 'of the origin', is matured exclusively in Oloroso ex-sherry butts. It is a natural cask-strentgh malt whisky produced without the use of modern-day chill filtering methods or the addition of water. Deep, rich amber colour. With aromas of mixed spices, praline and spiced orange harmonising with rich, deep notes of Oloroso sherry. Orange, black cherries, dried fruit and ginger spiked with dark bitter chocolate and enriched with sherry and oak. Full bodied and creamy. Robust and intense with bitter-sweet notes of exotic spices, dark chocolate and oak finish.
Scotch | Scotland | Islay | 750ml
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.
Scotch | 750ml
Whisky Advocate 96 PointsPowerful, muscular, well-textured, and invigorating. Even within the realm of Ardbeg, this one stands out. The more aggressive notes of coal tar, damp kiln, anise, and smoked seaweed are supported by an array of fruit (black raspberry, black cherry, plum), dark chocolate, espresso, molasses, bacon fat, kalamata olive, and warming cinnamon on the finish. Quite stunning!
In 2009, Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible named Ardbeg Uigeadail ‘World Whisky of the Year’ – in praise of its “utter silky brilliance” and “complexity on a level only a handful of distilleries in the world can even dream of reaching.” Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced ‘Oog-a-dal’) is a special vatting that marries Ardbeg’s traditional deep, smoky notes with luscious, raisiny tones of old ex-Sherry casks. It's non chill-filtered at high strength, which retains maximum flavour and gives more body and added depth. Deepest gold color.Rich and weighty with heady and smoky aromatics, this expression of Ardbeg is both intensely flavoured and perfectly integrated. At full strength, the initial aroma is a beguiling mix of warm Christmas cake, walnut oil and parma violets fused with fresh ocean spice, cedar and pine needles falling from the Christmas tree. A smouldering smoky coal fire and the deep scent of well-oiled leather brings warmth to the scene. The sweetness of treacle toffees and chocolate-coated raisins bring indulgence through the smoke. Full flavoured and rich with a deep mouth-coating texture, the taste is an intriguing balance between sweet, spicy and deep smoky flavours. The flavour is initially sweet as Christmas cake begins to soak into the tongue. A burst of winter spices sets off a smoky-spicy explosion countered by a sumptuous mid-palate of honey glazed smoked food and chewy treacle. Waves of deep smoky tones and rich aromas build up on the palate like a fine Montecristo cigar. Amazingly long and chewy with lingering raisiny, deep mocha tones and rich aromatic smoke into the perfectly integrated finish.
Triple distilled and matured for over twelve years. A Lowland single malt whisky with the tempting aroma of toasted almonds, carmelized toffee and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.
Scotch | Scotland | Glasgow | 750ml
This unique Auchentoshan Lowland Single Malt Whisky has been matured in three different cask types. Moving from American Bourbon to Spanish Oloroso Sherry - and finally Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks - Three Wood is a rich, complex whisky with incredible toffee and sherry oak flavours.
The third release of Balblair 1989 is subtly amber in appearance with rose gold highlights. A full bodied malt with aromas of raisin, green apples and hints of banana and lemon. The American oak, ex bourbon casks used in the maturation lend a warm toffee vanilla fragrance. On the palate there are raisins and fruits with rich spiciness leading to a long, complex and ultimately smooth finish.
Golden yellow color. Rich aromas of honeyed figs and dried fruits, caramelized nuts, and toasted muffins follow through on a satiny entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-full body with excellent interplay and balance. Finishes with a long wave of spicy pistachio nougat, sweet cream, toasted grain and minerals. An elegant, almost feminine whisky with an alluring style.
International Review of Spirits Award: Gold Medal
Single Malt Scotch | Scotland | Speyside | 750ml
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 flavor. Sweet fruit and Oloroso sherry notes on the nose, layered with honey and vanilla. Smooth and mellow with beautifully combined flavors ~ nutty sweetness, cinnamon spiciness and a delicately proportioned layer of sherry. Long and warming finish.
#142 of 150 Produced WorldwideThe fourth batch in the Balvenie 40 year old series. This release is a marriage of 6 European Oak Sherry Butts, hand selected by Balvenie Malt Master David Stewart. Limited to only 150 bottles worldwide, this is collectors piece which is sure to be highly sought after.
Rich and smooth, this is an expression of a unique tradition that has continued unbroken since the Chivas Brothers first introduced the world to the rich, smooth Scotch whisky of Chivas Regal over 500 years ago.
Scotch | Scotland | Speyside | 1.75L
| Scotland | 1.5L
Scotch | Scotland | Highland | 750ml
This is a superb example of what Clynelish can produce even at younger age. The balance is sublime and the mouthfeel is perfectly rounded. A great 14 year old Highland malt, quite coastal too.
Nose: Zesty, mandarin, tangerine. Smoky.
Palate: Quite light, great clarity. Orange, soft acidity. Dry oak. Mixed fruits, vanilla, leather.
Finish: Quite long, bitter sweetness developing, spicy oak.
The Fourth Edition of Flaming Heart is a big, smoky malt whisky with rich, concentrated vanilla and spice character that combines Highland single malt whiskies aged on the highest quality, new French oak, with a heavy-peated Islay single malt. And for the first time a small portion of whiskies aged in sherry casks, providing added layers of richness and complexity.
Launched in late 2008 to replace the previous 12 year old, this single malt from the Dalmore distillery is a toasty, coffee-rich dram with beautifully spice notes and a thick mouthfeel. Very rich for a 12 year old.
Nose: A warm coffee house in Seattle; roasting beans, the oily nuttiness in a fine espresso, there are little notes of malt and cereal and butter from the pastry counter with rich orange from the fruit bowl on the counter.
Palate: Notes of Seville marmalade and triple sec with winter spices and fruitcake. Zesty cocoa and milk chocolate.
Finish: Medium, oranges.
Crafted to honour the act of saving Scotland’s King in 1263, this expression unites six specially selected casks housing spirit of perfect maturity. Whiskies matured in ex-bourbon casks, Matusalem oloroso sherry wood, Madeira barrels, Marsala casks, port pipes and Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques are brought together in perfect harmony. Each cask gives its own flavour notes, delivering a unique complex single malt whisky revered by connoisseurs.
Aged Oloroso and Madeira butts lend a backbone of crushed almond and lively citrus fruit, while Port and Marsala casks add hints of wild berry and ripe plum. Warm vanilla and toffee notes from the bourbon barrels are accented by a touch of ripe red fruit from the Cabernet Sauvignon barriques. Hints of cinnamon, dark chocolate, coffee and lavender add depth and complexity to the bold oak finish.This is a rich, luxurious single malt.
Warm, buttery and mellow. Double barrel aging makes Dewar’s 12 Blended Scotch Whisky an even smoother blend with a long, lingering finish.
The White Label stands as the oldest active blend in scotch today. A lemon, white peach and oaky nose is followed by a bit of creaminess in the body, with plums and cinnamon sweetness, concluding on a peppery bite.
Scotch | 1.75L
A 15 year old matured in American bourbon, Portuguese sherry and virgin oak. The whisky was then married in a Solera vat. This is a great staple 15 year old from the Glenfiddich distillery.
Nose: Sherry, citrus - orange in particular, dry wood. Slight suggestion of smoke?
Palate: Medium, sherry, raisins. Fruitcake, spices, sweetness.
Finish: Candied fruits, raisins, spices, Christmas pudding, oak takes over.
Whiskey | Scotland | 750ml
The 18 Years Old is a single malt Scotch whisky of serious distinction. Once it has spent fifteen years maturing in American white oak casks approximately 30% is transferred into Spanish Oloroso casks to spend a further three years maturing. Then, when both elements have reached 18 years, we blend them back together to create a whisky with a rich bouquet and full, rounded flavour.
Nectar D'Or is probably a reference to the golden nectar that was previously held in the casks used to finish the whisky. This is a sauternes finished single malt from the Glenmorangie distillery, a fruity, vinous release from the Highland distillery.
The nose is full of dessert wines, a little fruitiness with a good barley sweetness. The palate is quite full with more dessert wine notes, but with cereal notes and barley, a touch of malty spice and berry fruits with good oaky tannins and little herbal notes. The finish is long with a good oaked note and more noble rot.
Scotch | United States | California | 750ml
Malt Advocate 91 Points: John Glaser Four time winner of Whisky Magazine's Innovator of the Year, the Compass Box Whisky Company is renowned for its high quality, award winning spirits. Great King Street was created to revive interest in Blended Scotch Whisky - a style which is usually overlooked due to the large amount of poorly made, inexpensive brands on the market. Glaser is single handedly making blended whisky cool again and owning a bottle of the Great King Street definitely makes you the coolest guy on the block. After a series of esoteric and expensive releases, Compass Box has decided to bring it all back to the people with a blend and how! The journey sets out as we might expect; all sweet vanilla ice cream, stewed pear tart, and peach melba, but then a wave of spice and white pepper provides an unexpected but delightful twist. It’s like Spice Tree meets Hedonism...Spiconism if you like.
Whiskey | Japan | 750ml
Scotch | Scotland | Island | 750ml
Scotch | Scotland | 1.5L
Scotch | Scotland | 1.75L
Layers of big flavor, deep richness and smoke, layers of honey and fruit and an incredibly smooth finish. a mellow, rounded nose, with a dry smokiness mixed with raisin sweetness.
Whiskey | Scotland | Islay | 750ml
Limited Edition 2012 Release 12 Year Old. Extremely well constructed and highly complex: full of wood smoke, peppery and spicy, this 12 year old shares much with its immediate predecessors - not least the capacity to instantly defibrillate the taste buds: the texture and taste, both straight and dilute, are splendid.
The whisky begins sweet and creamy, with notes of vanilla, honey, and ripe malt (reminiscent of a malting floor). Then the Laphroaig signature peat smoke, seaweed, tar, and medicinal notes emerge. Bottling at 48% and without chill-filtering keeps the whisky from being dulled down. A whisky that is very dynamic.
Triple maturation in 3 types of cask. The first maturation is in American oak, ex-bourbon barrels. Then transfer into small 19th century style Quarter Casks for a second maturation. The final maturation is in specially selected, large European oak, Oloroso sherry casks. The initial flavour is quite sweet with a gentle mixture of sweet raisins and creamy apricots with just a trace of the dry peat smoke at the back, the smoother nutty flavours combine all these flavours into one smooth, syrupy whole. With a touch of water the peat smoke comes to the fore and masks the gentler fruitier notes. Even with the maturation being carried out in 1st fill bourbons, quarter casks and sherry butts, the intense bonfire ash smell of the earthy peat cannot be masked. Powerful yet with a creamy consistency. Mouth filling and extremely long but balanced by the sweet smooth caramel taste.
Simply the best 12 Year Old single malt around. The secret of The Macallan lies in defiant adherence to traditional methods and ingredients. The continued use of finest Golden Promise barley and the insistence on sherry oak casks from Jerez, Spain are just two of the pre-requisites for perfection.
Very Limited Release 2012Only 285 Bottles ProducedBottle #3 of the 3 Bottle Set in the Annie Leibowitz collection in Macallan's Masters of Photography series. This 1991 vintage, sherry puncheon matured whisky accompanies a photograph entitled The Bar. Nose: Intense, dried fruits, ginger, nutmeg and clove. Ripe apples give way to rich sweet notes. Vibrant oak makes a statement, but is refined enough not to dominate. Palate: Ginger and cinnamon spice with rich dried fruits. Mature oak is in balance, with citrus fruits - a story to tell on its own. Finish:Medium to long finish, smooth.
Very Limited Release 2012Only 285 Bottles ProducedA 1989 vintage Macallan selected as part of the Masters of Photography series, celebrating the work of Annie Leibowitz. This was matured in a sherry butt and features a photograph of actor & director Kevin McKidd entitled 'The Gallery'. Nose: Perfumed, chocolate orange and date. Burnished oak giving out a rich intensity. Palate: Sweet, fruity, raisin, wood and spices. Then the oak, which shows its hand in a subtle roasted manner. Finish: Rich finish could stay slightly dry, but teases.
Very Limited Release 2012Only 285 Bottles ProducedPart of the Annie Leibowitz collection in Macallan's Masters of Photography series, this 1996 vintage whisky was matured in an American Oak butt and is paired with a photograph of New York's iconic skyline, appropriately called 'The Skyline'. Nose: Lemon, citrus fruits, vanilla, cream soda. Freshly cut wood in background. Sweet dessert notes balance out. Palate: Viscous; initially oak flits in then departs to allow cinnamon, citrus, toffee apples to show their hand, only to reappear later. Finish: Medium finish but full bodied.
An initial bouquet of the dried yellow fruit found in muesli; later on, added scents of unsweetened coconut, honey, and light toffee beautifully complement the dried fruit aroma. The palate entry is chewy and honeyed; at midpalate the dried fruit, clover, and honey flavors meld delightfully with the oily, creamy texture.
You get elegance, intruigue, and succulence in an amazing bottle of whisky. The mellow and mild mannered sherry wood aged Macallan sees an amazing enhancement of red fruit highlights with a juicier mouthfeel without ever negating its finest attribute which has always been balance. The most tradtional and conservative of Scotland's whiskies, this transformation was obviously done with kid gloves so as not to adulterate the flavor, but rather to make it better. The sweetness is just a bit brighter and the supple textures are just a bit smoother. Jim McEwan continues to show us that no one understands the relationship of barrels to whisky better than he does.
Whiskey | 1L
| Scotland | 750ml
Distilled in 2000Royal Lochnagar Distillers Edition expression undergoes a second (or ‘double’) maturation in casks that have previously held a fortified wine. Carefully matched for a second maturation in Muscat casks, this is a beautifully soft and rounded whisky that’s a pleasure to drink.STRENGTH:40% ABVAPPEARANCE Rich amber, with polished copper tones.NOSE Immediate strawberry jam, bags of jelly babies, then a richly malty heart with malt loaf and Dundee cake. With water, sweeter (rich fresh fruit aromas, as in a village fruit shop) and a hint of almond oil.BODY Medium.PALATE Oily. Fruity, with a silky cereal smoothness.FINISH Soft and biscuity, as with old-fashioned fig rolls. Lovely late warmth
Scotch | Scotland | Campbeltown | 750ml
Whiskey | Scotland | 1.75L
Whiskey | United States | 750ml
Hand bottled after 7 years of aging. It is deeply mellow and richly flavorful with a medium bodied taste. Smooth flavors of vanilla and caramel.
Whiskey | 750ml
One of the few uncut, unfiltered Bourbons. Dilute with mineral water at two parts whiskey to one part water. Iced tea color. Potent, heady, spirity bouquet leaps from the glass in fiery, sweet, tangy notes; inhale in small doses. On the palate, Booker’s offers high-flying flavors of wood, smoke and wine at entry; midpalate is sweet and corny. Memorable finish has tastes of fruit and nuts. A swashbuckling Bourbon that requires a whip and a chair. Wine Enthusiast 90-95 Points
Whiskey | 1.5L
Whiskey | United States | 1.75L
Whiskey | United States | 1.5L
E.H. Taylor Small Batch Straight Kentucky Bourbon is a small batch, Bottled-In-Bond, 100 proof bourbon whiskey aged in Taylor’s warehouse. Taylor built his iconic brick warehouse for barrel aging in 1881 and the Warehouse is still in use today. After seven years on the sixth floor, his namesake bourbon whiskey tastes of caramel corn sweetness, mingled with butterscotch and licorice. The aftertaste is a soft mouth-feel that turns into subtle spices of pepper and tobacco.
Whiskey | United States | Kentucky | 750ml
Whiskey | United States | Kentucky | 1.5L
Distillery Notes: "Marrying, or mingling, multiple Bourbon flavors is an art in itself. Four original and limited Bourbons have been expertly selected by our Master Distiller at the peak of maturation to create a perfectly balanced small batch Bourbon that rewards you with a mellow symphony of rich, spicy flavors along with sweet, fruity aromas and hints of sweet oak and caramel. Finishes soft, smooth and pleasantly long. Best enjoyed straight up, on the rocks, or with a splash. 90 proof."
Whiskey | United States | New York | 750ml
Similar to the Reserve, Jefferson's is a marriage of a number of bourbons of different recipes and ages. Profiling younger than the Reserve, at 8-12 years of aging, Jefferson's still brings in large bourbon flavors to this relatively inexpensive offering . The flavors of vanilla, caramel and assorted fruits assure an incredibly smooth taste and finish.
Whiskey | United States | Kentucky | 375ml
Whiskey | 1.75L
Whiskey | United States | Kentucky | 1.75L
On the nose, Rock Hill Farms Single Barrel Bourbon boasts incredibly complex, layered notes of dried fruit, toasted walnut, marzipan and vanilla, complemented by hints of mint, cocoa and black pepper. The palate is bold, yet beautifully balanced, offering a zesty, fruit-forward entry which blends with flavors of dark chocolate, candied orange, almond, coffee, tobacco and caramel. The long, smooth finish offers a proper measure of oak dryness, contrasted by notes of sweet vanilla and caramel.
Rowan's Creek Straight Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey is named for the distillery's limestone-filtered water source. This bourbon is distilled, aged, and bottled in small batches, and each bottle is hand-numbered with its batch number. At a full 100.1 proof, this is assertive stuff, yet it is still delightfully sippable. Slightly lighter than Noah's Mill, it displays caramel, dried fig, smoke, cedar, leather, white fruit, and dried flower notes on the nose and palate. Complex and intriguing, this is a special whiskey for any occasion.
| United States | California | 750ml
The maiden bottling of Breaking & Entering is a "Super Bourbon" made up of 80 different barrels ranging 5–7 years in age. The result is a bright and spicy bourbon with notes of maple, banana, cinnamon, cloves, and cherry cola.
Whiskey | United States | Virginia | 1.5L
Composed primarily of six-, seven- and eight-year-old whiskies, making it the longest-aged bourbon in its class. A deep, rich amber color and a nose of fruit, butterscotch, toffee and toasted oak.
Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon has one of the most recognizable bottles in the bourbon industry. Designed to mimick the pot still in which much bourbon used to be distilled (hence the name), the packaging for Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon has won many awards. The bourbon itself is much decorated as well.Willett Pot Still Reserve Bourbon is 8-10 years old, depending on the bottling, and is 94 proof. This bourbon is very dry and has a very mellow start that gets more complex as it courses through your mouth ending with a gentle, smooth finish.
Cognac and Armagnac
Cognac & Armagnac | France | Bas-Armagnac | 750ml
The youngest of the brandies in this typical Bas-Armagnac blend was aged in oak barrels, in our cellars, for atleast 3 years. A beautiful amber shade of antique gold. The bouquet initially suggests freshly baked bread and light toffee. Aeration reveals a gentle warmth that intensifies, leading to notes of candied angelica. The palate is bold and youthful, with a touch of vanilla.
| United States | Cognac | 750ml
Cognac & Armagnac | France | 750ml
Francis Darroze has been described as the Pope of Bas Armagnacs and is widely recognised as the top producer in the region. Darroze owns no vineyard, instead works with small growers ageing the spirits in his own cellars. The end product is totally authentic, each bottle is hand drawn and bottled from its original aging cask. Francis refuses to blend casks from the same Domaine or same vintage feeling that this would diminish each cask's individual charm and integrity. Darroze also refuses to add water to his brandies (a common and legitimate practice in both Armagnac and Cognac). Each cask is carefully monitored and tasted regularly to adequately judge its maturation and evolution. The results speak for themselves. This is why the Bas-Armagnacs of Darroze are served in the world's best restaurants and sold in the finest stores.
The most complex and evolved Gaube we have tasted, showing finesse as opposed to raw power. Rich, round and complex with a beautiful Oloroso Sherry character. Soft and lovely finish showing hints of roasted nuts and toffee. (Bacco grapes dominant)
Cognac & Armagnac | France | Cognac | 750ml
A delicate blend of the two finest Cognac areas : Petite Champagne and Grande Champagne. This XO COGNAC has reached perfect maturity after 15 years spent in oak casks. Deep ambercolor with a hint of vanilla, flowers, honey and hazel-nuts. The complex, well-balanced bouquet gradually reveals.
Premier Cru from the best Grande Champagne vineyards. Aged 25 years. It is very rare and precious Cognac of unrivaled subtlety and elegance. Rich, full bodied Cognac. Deep, warm with layers of old wood roasted nuts. Exceptionally smooth, rich and harmonious with flavors of wood and nuts and a long finish with expansive, complex aromatics.
For the first time in the history of Louis XIII, cellar master Pierrette Trichet has decided to present one cask as a special edition to be enjoyed by true connoisseurs of the French-made Remy Martin cognac.The first edition comprises of limited numbered black crystal decanters each designated ‘43.8′ for the alcoholic strength that is the distinguishing mark of the cask. Through a combination of factors such as climate and humidity during its aging, the cask has developed an extra strength of 43.8 instead of 40 degrees alcohol.The craftsmen of French-house Baccarat have created a fresh version of the iconic Louis XIII decanter, whose shape was inspired by an ancient metal flask that was found in the mid 19th Century on the site of a 16th Century battleground. Handcrafted in black crystal, more than 50 operations are necessary to make a Louis XIII decanter, all of which must be executed by a team of some 20 master craftsmen working together before the glass cools. The neck of the decanter is dressed in palladium.The decanter is presented in a "coffret" forged in metal. Mirrors and internal lighting aim to display the lustre of the black crystal, and the neck of the decanter is secured by a metal clasp that is designed to present the black crystal stopper like a precious jewel. The “coffret” is embellished with a quatrefoil design inspired by the royal fleur-de-lys of France, aiming to offer a contemporary rendition of a traditional motif that celebrates the historic roots of Louis XIII.Louis XIII Rare Cask is described as a "supremely rare" limited-edition Cognac, drawn from a single cask; only 786 black crystal decanters were produced.