Kingsbarn Distillery has distilled, matured and bottled this single malt whisky. This single malt from the family owned distillery in the Kingdom of Fife has been distilled using Fife barley and matured in ex oloroso American oak sherry butts that were used previously for maturing sherry. These casks were chosen for their gentle oak influence and sherry rich sweetness to compliment the fruit character of the Kingsbarns spirits. A perfect balance between the spirit and wood has certainly been achieved.
The nose is notes of treacle, sultanas and a touch of cinnamon and dark chocolate. The palate showcases sweet tinned pineapple up front, orange and cake spice. The finish is dried apricot and a hint of roasted hazelnut on the finish.
Chartreuse Green 55% 70cl
The vivid colour of Green Chartreuse is an impressive achievment, considering that the liqueur is made entirely from natural ingredients and contains no artificial colourings. It has a spicy, peppery nose, with complex herbal and floral aromas. Hints o...
Grande Absente Absinthe 69% 70cl
Grande Absente 69, is a French Absinthe containing a higher amount of Thuyone (35mg/l) compared with other Absinthes which gives this a slight bitter taste. Drink in the traditional method with sugar or add to cocktails.
Kinrara Scottish Highland Dry Gin 70cl
A juniper led dry gin, combining both foraged and locally sourced botanicals. The rosehip’s and rowan berries that we use in the gin have been gathered from the estate grounds throughout the year.
On the nose this is fruity and floral with a hin...
Oreg Colour Changing Cornish Dry Gin 70cl
Oreg is a Colour Changing Cornish Dry Gin. It was inspired by the cycle of the seasons and contains elderflower and lavender which evoke the scorching summers and then the pine and orange bring your mind to the frosty winters.
Tarquins 'Wild Seadog' Limited Edition 70cl
The rarest of the rare, limited release - The Wild Seadog
Created by resting their world-beating Navy Strength Seadog Gin in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks with a selection of charred Cornish oak chips.
It’s bold, spicy and rather special.