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Single malt whisky is the purest expression of Scotch you can get. Malted barley, yeast and water - that’s it! These key ingredients are fermented in copper pot stills and the resultant spirit is then matured in Oak barrels. This batch process is a legal perquisite that has to be adhered to in order for the product to be called a Scotch whisky. The other stipulations are that it must be matured for at least 3 years inside the cask, be bottled at no less than 40% ABV and the distillery that produces it must be in Scotland!


To be classed as single malt, the whisky must be made wholly from malted barley; no other grain is allowed at all. It must also be the product of a single distillery. There are around 100 working distilleries in Scotland, although some may not be in operation for periods of time in order for stock levels to recoup. There used to be at least double this number but, unfortunately, many have closed their doors permanently due to adverse economical conditions and low demand. The majority of these closures occurred around the final years of the Second World War. Single malt expressions from these ‘lost distilleries’ are very desirable to whisky enthusiasts and have a price tag that reflects their increasing rarity.


The popularity of single malt has gone from zero to hero over the course of the last 25 years or so. It’s hard to believe that it was rarely consumed outside of its native borders and accounted for an extremely small percentage of sales, with blended whisky being the most popular style by far. That was until the end of the 80’s when it skyrocketed into the public domain and was recognised as the elegant and sophisticated tipple we all know and love. With the public embracing the authenticity of single malt Scotch, the distilleries responded by upping production. The success story has not faltered once since that time and the popularity of the traditional single malt shows no sign of waning.

  • Bruichladdich Links St.Andrews 46%
    Bruichladdich Links St Andrews, the Old Course is the First edition in the Links series to celebrate famous gold courses arounf the world.
    £302.38
  • Royal Lochnagar 12 years old 40% 70cl
    The Royal Lochnagar Highland Malt whisky is located close to the Royal Castle of Balmoral. The distillery was established in 1845. It was soon visited by an approving Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and shortly after this became Royal Lochnagar.
    It has a lovely sweet perfumed nose with toffee and subtle wood notes. The palate is balanced with a dry finish, smooth and fruity with sandlawood.
    £40.99
  • Arran Hardy Cognac 57.7% 70cl
    1 of 487 bottles
    Cognac Cask J Hardy
    Bottled 12.9.06
    £89.50
  • Caol Ila Distillers Edition 2002 43% 70cl
    Caol Ila Distillers edition whisky was distilled in 2002 and bottled in 2014 The whisky has been double matured, first in America oak casks then a second maturation in casks which previously held Moscatel wine. This second casks adds a lovely sweet note to the smoke and peat of Caol ila single malt whisky..
    £64.99
  • Ardbeg 1974 50.7% vol cask no. 4989 70cl
    Dsitillery Bottling
    :Cask No. 4989
    Cask Type: Bourbon
    1 of 132 bottles
    Signed by Dr WB Lumsden Master Distiller
    £2,000.00
  • The Singleton 12 years old 70cl
    A new Singleton, this time from Dufftown, to replace the now-defunct Singleton of Auchroisk. This is a smooth, mellow dram designed to attract new drinkers to the malt category.
    £39.99
  • Bowmore 18 years old 70cl
    Bowmore's 18 Years Old is one of the finest malts in its range. Matured in oak casks for over 18 years, the classic Bowmore smokiness is perfectly balanced with soft fruits and chocolate. A wonderful dram.

    TASTING NOTES
    Colour: Mellow Mahogany.
    Nose: Creamy caramel toffee, with ripe fruit and smoke aromas.
    Palate: Incredibly complex, with beautiful soft fruit and chocolate balanced with a light smokiness.
    Finish: Long and wonderfully balanced, enjoy.
    £89.99
  • Arran Madeira wine cask 50% 70cl
    Arran Madeira wine cask has been matured for eight years in traditional oak before a finishing period of 10 months in Madeira casks.
    £65.00
  • Glenallachie 1999 Connoisseurs Choice 43% 70cl
    Pronounced Glen-alec-y, the Distillery was built in 1967 primarily to contribute malt to the MacKinlay blends. It was designed by architect William Delme-Evans, who also designed Tullibardine and re-designed Jura Distillery.
    Glenallachie was temporarily closed in the late 1980s, then acquired and reopened by Campbell Distillers at the end of the decade.

    TASTING NOTE
    Colour: Straw.
    WITHOUT WATER
    :Nose: Dry grass, roasted malt and a delicate sweetness. Some fragrant, spicy aromas begin to develop.
    Palate: Peppery with charred oak. A little honey sweetness with fragrant, floral aromas also present.

    WITH WATER
    :Nose: More floral aromas present - parma voilets. Hints of burnt sugar - treacle toffees.
    Palate: Spicy, malty flavours with perfumed notes intertwined.
    Body: Light.
    Finish: Perfumed, Fragrant.
    Cask Type(s): Refill Sherry Hogshead.
    Whisky Style: An aperitif whisky.
    £57.95
  • Glen Grant The Majors Reserve Single Malt 40% 70cl
    Glen Grant makes one of the most surprising whiskies in the world. Single malt that's clear in colour with a distinctively crisp, fresh taste that has made it one of the world's favorite.

    Above all, Glen Grant is about pure enjoyment. No poetics. No pretensions. Just authentic, smooth-tasting, single malt whisky that's ready to be enjoyed, right now.

    Clearly unconventional. Definitely authentic. It's what Glen Grant is all about.
    £24.50
  • Octomore 63.5% vol 01.1 5 years old
    The First Edition of the Octomore series 01.1 aged 5 years with a high peat content of 131ppm.
    £400.00
  • Auchentoshan 12 years old 40% 70cl
    Triple distilled and matured for over twelve years. The result: a Lowland single malt whisky with the tempting aroma of toasted almonds, caramelised toffee and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.

    TASTING NOTES
    Colour: Golden Honey.
    Nose: Crme brulee, a burst of citrus and the signature nuttiness and green leafiness of Auchentoshan
    Palate: Smooth and sweet with hints of tangerine and lime.
    Finish: Gingery and slightly drying with a pleasant lingering nuttiness.
    £37.99
  • Auchentoshan 18 years old 43% 70cl
    Triple distilled and matured in American bourbon oak for over eighteen years. The result: a refreshing Lowland single malt whisky with the added infusion of ripe citrus and green tea, the warmth of toasted almonds and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.

    TASTING NOTES
    Colour: Deep Golden Summer Barley
    Nose: Fresh tobacco leaf then sweet with a hint of caramelised sugars, green tea and toasted almonds.
    Palate: At first the palate has a floral freshness with sweet barley sugar, this gently ebbs to reveal a tangerine zestiness that leaves the palate alive and refreshed.
    Finish: A long, lingering and well balanced dram that invigorates the mouth.
    £79.99
  • Tomatin 18 years old 46% 70cl
    This world class malt has been aged for a minimum of 18 years and married for a period in distinctive Spanish Oloroso sherry casks to produce an exquisite whisky. This non chill filtered whisky is packed full of flavour and has a velvety smooth mouth feel.

    Aroma - Delicious sweet sherry bursts up you, and plateaus with undertones of fresh apples, cinnamon, vanilla, maple syrup and a hint of smoky heather.

    Palate Sweet and honeyed at first, with an oaky edge. Develops in the mouth with a bite of citrus and a hint of dark chocolate.

    Finish The finish is long and lingering, with warming alcohol and smooth rich sherry, and it all keeps the mouth alive for several moments after. A world class single highland malt.

    Casks Initial maturation in re fill American oak casks, married in Oloroso sherry butts prior to bottling.

    What a well-mannered malt. As if it grew up in a loving, caring family and behaves itself impeccably from first nose to its last whimpering finale
    88/100 Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2009.
    £74.99
  • Old Ballantruan The Peated Malt 50% 70cl
    Old Ballantruan is the peated malt from Tomintoul Glenlivet. It takes its name from the Ballatruan spring in the hills near the distillery. Using heavily peated malted barley, it is bottled at 50% vol with out chill-filtering to retain its natural oils and peaty flavour. Its starts with heathery floral notes then with smoke. The palate is gentle, but developes peaty smokiness and malty flavours. The finish is long and lingering with sweet barley and ash.
    £35.99
  • Glenmorangie Signet 46% 70cl
    SIGNET IS A GROUND-BREAKING INNOVATION DELIVERING A VELVET EXPLOSION OF TASTE THE CULMINATION OF A LIFESTIMES EXPERIENCE, SIGNET IS A FUSION OF UNIQUE ELEMENTS, WHOSE SECRETS ARE KNOWN ONLY TO OUR WHISKY CREATORS:GLENMORANGIES RAREST AND MOST ANCIENT WHISKIES EXCLUSIVE INCREDIENTS, INCLUDING HIGH ROASTED CHOCOLATE MALTMATURED IN VERY RARE CASKS, INCLUDING VIRGIN CASKS DESIGNED EXCLUSIVELY FOR GLENMORANGIE
    Colour
    :Deepest amber

    Nose:
    Dinner in a dark, elegant panelled dining room, where a fire in the hearth illuminates the darkness, creating intriguing shadows and silhouettes. The dessert course is delivered to the table with a flourish as a waiter offers strong Aruba espressos or fresh mint tea to the diners. A chocolate torte, dusted with cocoa releases its aroma into the warm air to fuse with the steaming coffee and mint, layer after layer Signet reveals even more depth. Next, a dark, treacly plum pudding appears on the table, rich with sherry, candied orange peel and warming spices of ginger and cinnamon, bathed in a golden butterscotch sauce. Lastly, a dish of chocolate dipped dried fruits, dates and crisp cherries are placed on the snowy cloth

    Taste:
    The contrast of melting rich sweetness with an explosive crackle of sizzling spices and bitter mocha is dark and delicious; a velvet explosion. The voluptuousness of baked apricots followed by the tang of orange peel. Add water and your senses are enveloped with cinnamon coupled with coffee beans, walnut oil and the maltiness of digestive biscuits. Poured over ice, the bitter-sweet flavour is enriched with nuts, raisins and warm ginger

    Finish:
    A fresh spring like breeziness of mint and a bright lemony green quality
    £140.99
  • Tomintoul with a peaty Tang 40% 70cl
    Beautifully located near to the village of Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland in the prestigious Glenlivet Estate at the heart of the Speyside region, lies Tomintoul Distillery.
    In the middle of the last century it took more than a year to find the purest of water sources for use in the malt whisky making process. Finally, the search located the Ballantruan Spring, an exceptional source of the purest of waters nestling in the Cromdale Hills. The quest over, Tomintoul Distillery was built close to the Ballantruan Spring and adjacent to the majestic River Avon.
    The natural environment, high altitude, pure air and the exclusive use of the outstanding quality of water from the Ballantruan Spring, combine to enhance the superb quality of Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt the gentle dram.


    Colour: Rich gold
    Nose: Heathery smoke balanced with subtle floral tones
    Palate: Gentle Peat-reek flavours with a hint of malty nuttiness
    Finish: Lingering smoke and peat with a touch of sweetness
    £31.99
  • Glen Moray Classic 40% 70cl
    Glen Moray classic single malt whisky has a taste of Shortbread, butterscotch and lemongrass'. At full strength, the aroma is fragrant and lightly drying with warming malty notes. The first impression is of butterscotch and shortbread with fresh herbal/grassy notes. Lemon curd and meringue are discovered in the background.

    With water, malt and spices combine to reveal oatmeal with a hint of freshly ground black pepper. Lemongrass, tea-tree oil and heather aromatics give the whisky a fragrance throughout.

    The mouthfeel is lightly spiced with a warming and gently mouth watering effect. Malty toffee sweetness is present throughout with blackcurrants and a fragrant citrus lemongrass tang.

    Shortbread, fresh herbal notes (lemongrass) and the sweet spiciness of ginger marmalade.
    £25.45
  • Ardbeg Corryvreckan 57.1% 70cl
    Corryvreckan takes its name from the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay, where only the bravest souls dare to venture. Swirling aromas and torrents of deep, peaty, peppery taste lurk beneath the surface of this beautifully balanced dram.

    Like the whirlpool itself, Corryvreckan is not for the faint-hearted!

    Tasting Notes

    Colour
    Deepest amber

    Aroma
    Heady, intense and powerful.

    With the first sniff, encounter the deep and turbulent force of Corryvreckan as it pulls you inwards. Swirl the glass and dip your nose into the torrents of tarry ropes, creosote and linseed oil rising from deep within the vortex. As you succumb to its power, a collision of waxy dark chocolate, warm blackcurrants and muscovado sugar pulls you under its spell with a burst of plump cherries and earthy pine needles leaping from its depths.

    Swirl water into the glass, and observe the magical collision of whisky and water. As the liquid warms up, the seething cauldron bubbles and bursts, as you edge closer to sniff a pot full of gutsy cayenne-peppered steak and oysters smothered in hot pepper sauce. Salty seasoning brings a briny character with tangy crisp seaweed and smoky bacon swirling on the surface with hints of sweet vanilla, spicy cloves and blueberries.

    As the whirlpool narrows and quickens moving ever deeper, surrender to its dangerous depths with the heady force of menthol, treacle and chilli sauce.

    Taste
    Plunge into the whirlpool and taste the mysterious depths of Corryvreckan. Torrents of taste well up on the palate; deep, peppery and chewy, bombarding the tongue with its intense tastes and textures.

    The first plunge brings forth chewy peppered steak soaked in pepper sauce with the tang of crispy seaweed. As you descend deeper, encounter a mouthful of black tarry espresso coffee that coats the palate with rich melted dark fruits (blackcurrants, blueberries and cherries) and bitter almonds. As the taste soaks in deeper, star anise and hickory dry out the palate before a surprise of chalky effervescent violets fizz to the surface.

    Finish
    Long, deep and remaining powerful into the finish with black tarry coffee, chocolate coated cherries and hot pepper sauce, the lingering memories of your mysterious and daring journey into Corryvreckan.
    £71.99
  • Talisker 57 Degrees North 57.8% 70cl
    Highlighting the latitudinal position of our distillery - one of the most remote and northerly at its rugged home on the Isle of Skye, Talisker 57 North has no age statement. Drawn from 100% American oak refill casks, it has a purity which emphasises Taliskers unique and intense distillery character.


    STRENGTH
    57.8% ABV

    APPEARANCE
    Full gold.

    NOSE
    Clean and intense, with light smoke like a struck match. Creamy toffee balanced by fruit. Hints of seaweed, heather blossom and vanilla.

    BODY
    Explosive, intense and smokey.

    PALATE
    Sweet to start with smoke and tar exploding around the middle. At full strength and explosion that evokes the raw volcanic power that formed Skyes famous Black Cuillin mountains.

    FINISH
    Tingling with the signature pepperiness.
    £67.99
  • Benromach 10 years old 43% 70cl
    Benromach 10 Years Old is hand-crafted at Speyside's smallest working distillery using the finest Scottish malted barley and the purest spring water from the nearby Romach Hills. Matured in the finest, hand selected Sherry & Bourbon casks, Benromach 10 Years Old is returned to sweet Oloroso sherry casks for a final marrying period.

    Without water
    Nose: Rich sherry influence with fruit & nut chocolate and delicate spice - cinnamon. Fresh green apples, with a malty, digestive biscuit note and light peat smoke in the background.

    Palate: Delicious forest fruits - raspberries and brambles, sherry, malt creaminess with a stronger peat influence.

    With water
    Nose: Charred oak influence and malt. Slightly nutty with exotic fruits - pineapple and kiwi.

    Palate: Mouth coating with toasted malt. lingering sweet sherry and delicate peat smoke.
    £33.50
  • Glencadam 10 years old 46% 70cl
    Glencadam 10 years old received a very high award from 'Jim Murray in his Whisky Bible 2012' - 95/100, His Says' Crystal clarity to the sharp, ultra fresh barley; the intensity of the malt carries its own impressive weight and the citrus note compliments rather than thins'

    Immediately zingy and eye-wateringly salivating with a fabulous layering of sweet barley.
    Sophisticated, sensual, salivating and seemingly serene this malt just bristles with character and about as puckeringly elegant as single malt gets.
    Lively, intense. Grassy freshness and citrus tones with hints of spicy oak.
    Palate: Rounded elegance. Clean, crisp citrus tones. A pleasing harmony between a natural sweetness and the soft spicy oak.
    Finish: Long and soothing. Rich, clean barley and gristy sweetness.
    £37.99
  • Knockando 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Knockando 12 years old Single malt whisky is a speyside whisky. The name 'knockando' means 'Little black hill' in Gaelic. Knockando is bottled one season at a time, so you will see the distilled date on the label.
    £37.50
  • Tomintoul 14 years old 46% 70cl
    Beautifully located near to the village of Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland in the prestigious Glenlivet Estate at the heart of the Speyside region, lies Tomintoul Distillery.
    In the middle of the last century it took more than a year to find the purest of water sources for use in the malt whisky making process. Finally, the search located the Ballantruan Spring, an exceptional source of the purest of waters nestling in the Cromdale Hills. The quest over, Tomintoul Distillery was built close to the Ballantruan Spring and adjacent to the majestic River Avon.
    The natural environment, high altitude, pure air and the exclusive use of the outstanding quality of water from the Ballantruan Spring, combine to enhance the superb quality of Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt the gentle dram.


    Colour: Pale gold
    Nose: Delicate, soft and creamy with light floral malt and some sweetness

    Palate: Elegant, round, soft and gentle. Clean malt with some creamy sweetness

    Finish: Long and creamy, tending to dry with slight peppery tones
    £43.99
  • Arran Peated Cask Strength 57.7% vol 70cl
    A limited edition bottling from Arran Distillery. Distilled in december 2005 and bottled December 2009 at cask strength 57.7% vol. Matured in bourbon cask limited to 253 bottles only.
    £59.99
  • Ardbeg 1975 Cask 1378 53.7% vol 70cl
    Distillery Bottling
    Sherry Butt
    Filled 28th March 1975
    Bottled 8th Novemeber 2006
    1 of 453 bottled
    Signed by Dr. WB Lumsden
    £2,000.00
  • Glen Grant 170th Anniversary Edition 46% 70cl
    This is a special limited Edition bottling from Glen Grant to celebrate their 170th anniversary. Made using there most precious casks it was released in 2010.
    £89.85
  • Glenlochy 1952 49 years old Old Malt Cask 43% 70cl
    Douglad Laing Bottling of Glenlochy. An extremley rare bottling from 1952, bottled May 2001 at 43% vol.
    1 of 311 bottles
    £2,351.00
  • Auchentoshan 50 years old 49.1% 70cl
    The oldest and most rare bottling of Auchentoshan ever produced. 1 of only 18 bottles available in the UK, from a total of 144 bottles world wide.
    Cask No. 480
    Matured 50 years in sherry butts.
    Vintage 1957
    Cask Strength 49.1% vol
    £3,900.00
  • Glenmorangie Culloden Bottle 1971 43% 70cl
    The Glenmorangie Culloden Bottle 1971 is a special limited edition produced to mark the 250th anniversary of the Battle of Culloden. It is presented in a replica bottle of a rare spirits flask once belonging to Duncan Forbes of Culloden. Limited to 2500 bottles only.
    £1,250.00
  • Caledonia Edradour 12 years old 46% 70cl
    The Caledonia Edradour single malt has been named after the song Caledonia written by Dougie Maclean written in 1977 on a beach in Brittany. He selected a single cask of 1997 Edradour matured in oloroso sherry cask. The colour is a gorgeous deep mahogany.
    £50.99
  • Ledaig 10 years old 46.3% 70cl
    Ledaig 10 years old is the peated single malt whisky from the Tobermory distiller on the Isle of Mull. This whisky is wonderfully peaty and robust with spicy characters, smokiness and floral seaside aromas, hints of licquorice and cloves.
    £44.99
  • Jura Prophecy 46% vol 70cl
    Jura Prophecy is a new limited single malt which has been heavily peated to produce a rich tarry malt with salt spray and a hint of cinnamon.
    £56.99
  • Bruichladdich The Laddie Ten 46% 10 years old 2nd Edition
    2nd Edition of the popular Bruichladdich 10 years old has a mellow, oak sweetness is welcoming as are hints of bourbon and gingerbread, sherry and sultanas; and as they move on, there are the lighter, icing sugar-coated fruits. Its fresh and frictionless, the texture of warm honey - then dry, crispy, malt barley; together with the oak they merge beautifully to cradle the lighter flavours, adding the strong pulse to our long awaited Laddie!
    £52.99
  • Balvenie Tun 1401 Batch No.2 50.6% 70cl
    The Balvenie Malt Master, David Stewart introduces his latest Scotch whisky expression; The Balvenie Tun1401 Batch 2, a sought after single malt previously only available at The Balvenie Distillery.
    To craft TheBalvenieTun1401, Malt Master David Stewart transferred specially selected casks from across the ages to a specially selected marrying tun number1401. Three months later emerged an exceptionally complex single malt Scotch whisky.
    Davids first batch of Tun1401 was released in 2010, for sale only at The Balvenies Speyside Distillery, but his small experimental release proved so popular with single malt enthusiasts that he has created a second batch, available this time without the need for a trip to the Scottish Highlands.

    TastingNotes
    :Silky smooth on the palate, The Balvenie Tun 1401 Batch2 has as a delicious complexity characterised by a floral sweetness, and citrus orange peel notes under pinned by tones of vanilla, honey and mature oak. The finish is mellow, rich and warming.
    £899.00
  • Longrow 25 years old 46% 70cl
    A rare bottling of Longrow from 1974, 25 years old. This distillery bottling, is incredibly rare and very collectible only one bottle available.
    £2,500.00
  • Glengoyne 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Glengoyne 12 years old single malt is distilled air dried barley which is unpeated.This bottling has been matured in 1st fill bourbon wood , there is also less sherry wood as a result giving a completely different taste and nose. The majority of the wood is USA/European refill casks, the whisky is also chill filtered. In summary, it's nothing like the cask strength, the only thing that is the same is the age statement.

    Tasting Notes
    Appearance: Natural rich gold.
    Nose: Coconut oil, lemon zest, honey and dried malt.
    Mouthfeel: Warming.
    Initial Taste: Toffee apples and cinnamon spice.
    After Water: Ginger, fresh orange and shortbread.
    Finish: Mellowed by hints of sherry and soft oak. Well balanced.
    £41.99
  • Kilchoman Machir Bay 46% 70cl
    Islay's Farm distillery, Kilchoman built in 2005 is the newest distillery on Islay for over 120 years. This 2013 release is a vatting of 4 and 5 years old single malts, with the 4 year old bring finished in Oloroso sherry butts for 4 weeks prior to bottling.
    Strong peaty aromas, with soft complex mixed fruits. Hints of vanilla and tropical fruits with and intense sweetness. It finishes with fresh peat and considerable length.
    £46.99
  • Caol Ila Moch 43% 70cl
    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'.
    £53.99
  • Glen Albyn 1976 Gordon & Macphail 43% 70cl
    Glen Albyn Distillery faced many turbulent times beginning with devastating damage provoked by a fire in November 1849, but was back distilling again by 1850. Twenty years after it was first founded the distillery hit more hard time and was sold and renovated into a flour mill. In 1884 Gregory (Grigor) and Company rebuilt the distillery and grew into a lucartive business with an estimated annual output of 75,000 gallons of single highland malt scotch whisky. The distillery housed worm tubs that differed from the usual: formed like the letter D as opposed to the usual round shape, they created a larger increase in cooling power which improves the flavour of good whisky. In 1882 Glen Albyn's neighbour Glen Mhor was constructed, and its operator Mackinlays and Birnie Ltd also bought over Glen Albyn Distillery. Both were then in turn bought out by DCL and finally transferred to SMD. Glen Albyn was finally mothballed and demolished in the 1980's.
    AROMA without water Hints of rum and raisin, with defined fruity notes. Some subtle esters - fresh with subtle kiwi notes.
    TASTE without water An inital hint of warm spice - cinammon. A defined sweetness, smooth yet complex. With a touch of nuts - hazelnuts.
    AROMA with water Fresh, with some fudge aromas. The sweetness lingers and hints of orange peel develop.
    TASTE with water Some subtle spice, creamy with a rounded smoothness.
    £450.00
  • Ardbeg Day 2012 Bottling 56.7% 70cl
    Ardbeg day bottling 2012 for Committe members only. First released for sale on 2nd June at the Feis Ile 2012 Islay festival and Ardbeg embassy Shops.
    £245.00
  • The Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve 44% 70cl
    The Dalmore Cigar Malt Reserve benefits from a judicious selection of 10 - 15 year old stocks drawn from casks of three types: American white oak ex-bourbon casks, 30 year old Matusalem oloroso sherry casks from Gonazlez Byass and premier cru Cabernet Sauvignon wine barriques.

    Bottled at 44% alcohol by volume, the body, structure and character of this extraordinary expression is the perfect complement to a fine cigar.
    £80.99
  • Balvenie Tun 1401 Batch No.5 70cl
    The latest release from Balvenie,is the Tun 1401 Batch 5, married from nine casks of balvenie, 5 whisky casks and 4 sherry butts from warehouse 24. After several months of marry in the famous Tun 1401 the resulting whisky is exceptionally complex.
    Nose: Upon pouring, a fragrant fruit nose before sweet vanilla emerges alongside honey & spices..
    Taste: A smooth balance between sweetness & oak tannin, underpinning a sherried character full of dried fruits, cinnamon & ginger spiciness.
    Finish: Rich, sweet and spicy.
    £649.00
  • Bruichladdich MCMLXXXV 85/27 49.3% 27 years old 1985
    This is edition four in the 'Bruichladdich DNA' editions is a 27 years old from 1985 and bottled at 49.3% vol 1 of only 1698 bottled produced
    £265.00
  • Glencadam 15 years old 46% 70cl
    Glencadam Distillery is located about half a mile outside the ancient city and former Royal Burgh of Brechin in the kingdom of Angus in the eastern Highlands of Scotland.

    Its neat and trim appearance is most welcoming and is in no way spoiled by the proximity of its nearest neighbours, Brechin City football club on one side and the location for spirits of a different kind on the other side, namely, the municipal cemetery!
    £52.55
  • The Arran Port Cask Finish 50% 70cl
    An extremely popular Cask Finish, The Arran Malt Finished in a Port Cask is non chillfiltered and bottled at 50% for a richly rewarding and fruity whisky. One to be savoured. After initially maturing in traditional oak casks over a number of years The Arran Single Malt in this bottling was finished in a selection of Port wine casks sourced from an artisan producer of this iconic Portuguese fortified wine. Our Master Distiller, James MacTaggart, has carefully monitored this period of secondary maturation to ensure the perfect balance is struck between the Port casks and the intrinsic sweet-fruity character of The Arran Malt. The end result is a Single Malt full of charm, complexity and quality.
    £42.50
  • Talisker Storm 45.8% 70cl
    Talisker Storm is a new single Malt aimed at those who like a more intense tarry malt with maritime influence. It is a blend of different ages to achieve this more intense style. Spicy, peppery, rich with smoke becoming oily with peaty notes.
    £46.50
  • Auchentoshan 44 years old 1966 40.9% 70cl
    A superb old Auchentoshan Single malt matured in bourbon wood for 44 years, presented in a lovely polished wood box with brush aluminium front and back. Extremley rare and collectible 1 of 10 in the UK. Bottle no 19 of 263.
    £4,125.00
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