Caol Ila Moch is a new whisky from this Islay Distiller. Its name means 'Dawn' in Gaelic, and as this whisky has been chosen on flavour alone regardless of age or strength it is a rather exciting addition to the range. Clean and fresh on the nose, followed by smoky dry notes of peat. On the palate there is sweetness, then salty with clarity, simplicity and smoothness with classic 'bonfire on the beach'.
Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3% 70cl
The nose of this golden dram offers a fresh and aromatic experience with a subtle whiff of smoke floating through the air. The taste starts with a light fruit and nut appeal that leads to a spectacular malty sweetness. The finish is worth
Port Askaig 100 Proof 57.1% 70cl
This is their cask strength whisky which is a marriage of different casks and ages to produce an Islay malt with sweet fruit and dark smoky embers.
Port Charlotte Heavily Peated Islay Barl
New edition of Bruichladdich's Peated version of it's single malt Port Charlotte which has been made using Islay Barley from the 2011 season.
Smokehead High Voltage 58% 70cl
If you think Smokehead is an assault on your sense, then this High Voltage bottling is an all-out attack!
Its breath taking intensity is a red light for the faint hearted. But comes as a massive thumbs up from those who do not just enjoy the vigorous ...