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You can’t move on Islay without accidentally bumping into a distillery as there are eight of them on a 230 square mile section of land! What’s more, there will be another two distilleries in the very near future named Port Charlotte and Gartbreck. It is estimated that Gartbreck will start distillation in 2015 so we won’t see the fruits of their labour for some years yet, although sources suggest that they will exclusively create heavily peated single malts. Port Charlotte is owned by Bruichladdich who produce a whisky by the same name. It was scheduled for construction in 2009 but was held back due to the economic downturn. Now that plans have been put into action, it appears it will be a dead heat as to which distillery opens first! Single malt whisky from Islay has attracted a near cult following over the years, from the small farm distillery of Kilchoman to mighty behemoths like Ardbeg and the closed distillery of Port Ellen.


Islay is commonly known for producing the strongest flavoured whiskies in all of Scotland with an emphasis on extreme peat and an idiosyncratic medicinal quality. This is due to the terroir of the land which is composed of rotting, compacted peat and moss which is used as fuel for drying out the barley. The salt from the sea carries inland along with the pungent odour of seaweed, soaking the peaty ground and infiltrating the warehouses where the maturing whisky is stored. The three southern Ileach powerhouse distilleries of Ardbeg, Laphroaig and Lagavulin epitomise this style perfectly with their intense smoky flavour, overriding peatinees and iodine like medicinal finish. They really are Marmite drams, the polar opposite of the gentle Speyside offerings, making people either love them or hate them with equal aplomb. The lost distillery of Port Ellen, which closed in 1983, also falls into this category and its remaining whisky is a highly valuable and much coveted commodity. Most of the islands’ malting still occurs at Port Ellen, with barley prepared to the various specifications of the distilleries.


Not all whisky from the island is quite as powerful however; the imposing centrally located Bowmore distillery and northern Cao Ila are still imbued with a smoky peatiness, but not to the utmost degree as is the case with the southern distilleries. Kicholman is the only inland distillery and also produces peaty whisky in line with this slightly more sedate style. The other two northern distilleries are a completely different prospect with their lighter, nutty style. Bunnahabhain maintains this style through the use of unpeated barley and the use of fresh spring water from Margadale Springs, which miraculously manages to avoid contact with the peat beds. Bruichladdich is sheltered from the elements by the mountainous terrain of the Rhinns and also uses lightly or unpeated barley and fresh water. However, they are a slightly maverick distillery who likes to take varying approaches to whisky distillation. As such, they have recently started making Octomore which is a heavily peated dram. As mentioned previously, they also produce the excellent Port Charlotte, which is a mid-range peated whisky. Without exception, all Islay malts possess a dry finish.

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ardbog Day 2013 52.1%
    The 2013 Islay Festival bottling 'Ardbog' has been matured in Manzanilla sherry casks and refill bouron wood. The salty character of the manzanilla sherry casks lends its self really well with the peaty brine flavours of Ardbeg.
    Distillery Tasting notes; Distillery: Aroma: Deep, enticing waves of pecan nuts, salty toffee & caramels combine with fudge, leather and with a distinct whiff of herbs, lavender and violets. The smoke is soft and aromatic, and is interwoven with salty, savoury notes, such as Iberico ham and olives. The addition of water brings forth herbal, perfumed notes, smoked rhubarb, aged balsamic vinegar and some salty, graphite notes reminding you of the Manzanilla cask element. Taste: A full, oily/tingly mouth feel leads into a powerful, salty, savoury burst of flavours including salted cashews and peanuts, clove, aniseed flavoured toffee, green olives and a curious hint of anchovy. Finish: A long, lingering aftertaste, in which the classic Ardbeg sweetness (like a hint of maple syrup) is kept in check by oak tannins, clove and coffee grounds
    £150.00
  • Bowmore 1989 Port Cask 50.8% 70cl
    A limited release bottling from Islay distiller Bowmore. Distilled in 1989 and bottles in 2013 this 23 year old whisky has spent it entire life maturing in port pipes. This gives the whisky a beautiful deep mahogony colour wirh ruby hues. Rich and smoky with red fruits and cherries on the nose, the palate is velvety smooth with smoke, autumn fruits and spice, sea salt and deep woods.

    £350.00
  • Ardbeg 1992 21 years old Old Malt Cask 15 Anniversary 50.2% 70cl
    To commemorate the 15th anniversary of the Old Malt Cask bottlings from Douglas Laing they have selected six of their best casks to mark this landmark. This bottling of Ardbeg distilled in March 1992 and bottled in November 2013 was bottled at cask strength 50.2% vol. 1 of only 136 bottles
    £425.00
  • Caol Ila Unpeated Stichell Reserve Special Release 2013 59.6% 70cl
    A limited edition, natural cask strength single malt from the Caol Ila Distillery in Islay. This is the eigth limited release of Un- Peated whisky. Matured in a mix of refill American oak and rejuvenated American oak and ex-european oak. Named after distillery manager Billy Stichell.
    Appearance: Clear, olive gold. Light beading.
    Nose: At full strength, immediately clean, aromatic and fresh: like inhaling Friars Balsam. After this first blast, more reticent; softly sweet, then a vivid freshness like that of crisp green fruit or lemon zest. Water raises a fruity, nutty honeyed sweetness and a faint note of treacle, with perhaps just a hazy hint of smoke.
    Body: Light to medium. Oily, yet firm.
    Palate: Drinks well straight; has an intense and in your face style, with a most appealing smooth, lightly oily texture. Firm, clean and fresh throughout. Intense and mouth-filling, with a great initial surge of sweet spiciness unaccompanied by the usual signature phenols of peated Caol Ila or indeed, much fruit. Becoming honey-nutty (nut brittle, with a dark edge of treacle bitterness) then finally, warming and drying. A good splash of water develops these flavours; its tongue-coating and appetisingly bitter-sweet now, leaving a spicy dryness as the tide of flavour ebbs.
    Finish: Aromatic, spicy and drying; a balancing bitter edge embraces more of the soft nutty, biscuity notes, always maintaining that essential freshness overall
    £73.50
  • Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated Bruichladdich 50% 20cl
    A baby size bottle of Port Charlotte Heavily Peated Islay single malt has been made using exclusively Scottish barley which is peated to 40ppm and bopttled at 50% vol. The ideal size to dip you toe into the peaty water of Islay!
    £19.79
  • Caol Ila 1990 Mackillops Choice 54.4% 70cl
    Single cask bottling of Caol Ila under the Mackillops Choice label. Distilled on the 8th February 1990 and bottled in February 2015 at cask strength 54.4% vol. 1 of 302 bottles only
    £180.65
  • Ardbeg 1993 54.3% vol Mackillops Choice 70cl
    Rare independant bottling of Ardbeg by Mackillops Choice, distilled 2 September 1993 and bottled December 2014 at cask strength 54.3% vol. 1 of only 280 bottles.
    £326.78
  • Octomore 6 years old Rest & be Thankful Whisky Co 63.8% 70cl
    A very limited batch of Octomore distilled on 12th December 1997 and matured in Sauternes Wines cask before bottling on 19th November 2014 and casl strength 63.8% vol. We are not sure of the peating levels on this, but they are between 120-140 ppm, so very peaty.
    £197.00
  • Port Charlotte Islay Barley Bruichladdich 50% 70cl
    Port Charlotte is the Heavily Peated Single Malt from Bruichladdich distillery on Islay. The expression uses barley grown on the Island from 6 farms Coull, Kynagarry,Island,Rockside, Starchmill and Sunderland nwith the barley peated to 40ppm.
    £59.99
  • Ardbeg 10 years old 46% 70cl
    Ardbeg Ten Years Old single malt whisky is a very special bottling for the Ardbeg distillery as it is the first non-chill filtered whisky in the Ardbeg range. Chill filtering isn`t a bad thing, in fact it created real consistency of product when the whisky industry was a little more `hap-hazard` than it is today. Ardbeg Ten Years Old is whisky with none of the goodness taken out and as good as straight from the cask.

    Aroma
    A burst of intense smoky fruit escapes into the atmosphere peat infused with zesty lemon and lime, wrapped in waxy dark chocolate.

    Bold menthol and black pepper slice through the sweet smoke followed by tarry ropes and graphite. As you dip your nose in further, savour the aroma of smoked fish and crispy bacon alongside green bell peppers, baked pineapple and pear juice.

    Add water and breathe in the vortex of aromas rising from the glass. An oceanic minerality brings a breath of cool, briny seaspray on chalky cliffs. Waxed lemon and lime follows with coal tar soap, beeswax and herby pine woodlands. Toasted vanilla and sizzling cinnamon simmer in the background with warm hazelnut and almond toffee.

    Taste
    An explosion of crackling peat sets off millions of flavour explosions on the tongue: peat effervesces with tangy lemon and lime juice, black pepper pops with sizzling cinnamon-spiced toffee. This is followed by a wave of brine infused with smooth buttermilk, ripe bananas and currants. Smoke gradually wells up on the palate bringing a mouthful of warm creamy cappuccino and toasted marshmallows. As the taste lengthens and deepens, dry espresso, liquorice root and tarry smoke develop coating the palate with chewy peat oils.

    Finish
    The finish goes on and on long and smoky with tarry espresso, aniseed, toasted almonds and traces of soft barley and fresh pear.
    £44.99
  • Bowmore 12 years old 40% 70cl
    Bowmore's 12 Years Old has received critical acclaim from throughout the whisky world. It won gold medal at both the ISC and IWSC 2009, calling it "beautifully balanced" and "an overall beauty". The late and great Micheal Jackson proclaimed it "remarkably long and complex".

    TASTING NOTES
    Colour: Warm Amber.
    Nose: Subtle notes of lemon and honey are bound together with the distinctive Bowmore smokiness.
    Palate: Warm and delicious with subtle dark chocolate and peat smoke.
    Finish:Long and subtle.

    AWARDS
    International Wine & Spirit Competition
    Trophy Winner.
    International Spirits Challenge
    Gold Medal.
    £34.99
  • Lagavulin 16 years old 43% 70cl
    Lagavulin 16 Year Old Malt is a powerful, peat-smoke nose with seaweed and some sweetness, salty and sweet flavours with hints of wood and a long peaty-salt finish.
    The rich, peaty water used to make Lagavulin 16 Year Old Malt, runs down to the distillery from the Solan Lochs in the hills above
    £60.99
  • Laphroaig 10 years old 40% 70cl
    Laphroaig 10 Year Old is an all-malt Scotch Whisky from the remote island of Islay in the Western Isles of Scotland. Laphroaig, pronounced "La-froyg", is a Gaelic word meaning "the beautiful hollow by the broad bay".

    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.

    Laphroaig is best savoured neat, or with a little cool water. Roll it around on your tongue. Release the pungent, earthy aroma of blue peat smoke, the sweet nuttiness of the barley, the delicate heathery perfume of Islay's streams. It is as unique as the island itself.
    £40.99
  • Bunnahabhain 24 years old 1990 Old Particular 40.6% 70cl
    1 of only 252 bottles from a single refilled Hogshead distilled in November 1990 and bottled July 2015 at 40.6% (only just saved this one). Sweet on the nose, fruity with young barley and orange peel. The palate is sweet initially, then spice and citrus notes. The finish is medium to long and very moreish, caramelised with zesty orange.
    £128.99
  • Bowmore The Devils Cask Release III 56.7% 70cl
    The third instalment of the Devil's Cask series from Bowmore is a marriage of malt aged Pedro Ximenez sherry casks and First Fill Oloroso Sherry Casks.

    A very deep rich mahogany colour with exotic fruits on the nose sultana, raisin, mango with treacle and toffee. The palate is smooth and chocolatey with salt caramel and orange laced coffee. Christmas cake on the finish with blood orange and sea salt.

    Strictly limited to one bottle per customer.
    £175.00
  • Kilchoman 2008 Vintage 46% 70cl
    This is the First 7 year old malt released by the distillery which was established in 2005. This was distilled in 2008 and matured in bourbon barrels before bottling in 2005. It has a powerful nose of peat smoke, spice, dark chocolate and citrus notes. The palate is wonderfully balanced with peat and sweetness in perfect harmony and touches of tropical fruit. Long and sweet finish with lingering peat and stewed fruits.
    £67.25
  • Octomore Islay Barley /07.3 Lorgba Field 63% 70cl
    This is the newest edition to the Octomore stable which was Distilled in 2010 and bottled at 5 years old. Made with local barley which was harvested from the Lorba field it was peated to 169ppm and aged in American bourbon and Spanish wine barrels from the Ribera del Duero region.
    £169.00
  • Ardbeg 30 years old Wooden Box 40% 70cl
    Ardbeg 30 years old in wooden box, fill level perfect. This 30 year old was distilled back in the 1970s when Ardbeg still did their own floor maltings. It fell silent in the 80s, but under new ownership in the early 90's it began product but only for 2 months in the year. The distillery was then bought by Glenmorangie in 1997 to resume full production.
    £1,200.00
  • Lagavulin 8 years old Limited Edition 48% 70cl
    This is a limited edition single malt from the Lagavulin distillery to celebrate their 200th anniversary and this replicates the original 8 years old whisky from the late 1800's. Bottled at 48% vol its light to start then develops big sweet smoke, warming and pungent then becoming drier. It is clean and very long with bursts of peat smoke big and bold flavour.
    £52.95
  • Bruichladdich Classic Laddie Glass Pack 50% 70cl
    The Classic Laddie made from unpeated Scottish Barely and bottled at 50% vol, with 2 branded whisky glasses in a gift carton. Floral and elegant In style it has been matured in ex Bourbon and French oak casks.
    £60.99
  • Bunnahabhain 11 years Cadenheads Small Batch 56.5% 70cl
    The Name Bunnahabhain means " foot of the River" . This bottling is from a single Bourbon cask, just 228 bottles. Distilled 2005 and bottled 2106 at 11 years old at 56.5% vol.
    £59.20
  • 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.
    £45.99
  • Port Askaig 8 years old 45.8% 70cl
    A delicious 8 year old single malt from Islay, Called Port Askaig after the local harbour of the same name. Probably produced at the island's largest distillery with sweet fruit and bonfire on the beach.
    £38.99
  • Octomore 10 Year Old Second Limited Edition 57.3% 70cl
    Octomore is a sophisticated Islay single malt Scotch whisky with a dedicated following. Released in esoteric limited editions, each unique issue subtly expands the sensory boundaries that enlightened students of smoke love to challenge.

    This spirit was distilled in December 2005 using malt peated to a colossal 167ppm. Filled into Fresh Bourbon and Grenache Blanc casks, it spent the next decade slumbering in P2, the ancient stone warehouse in the village of Port Charlotte, close to the western shore of Loch Indaal.

    In this second edition of ten year old, the unique texture of Octomore is lifted further by the smooth, sweet fruit of Grenache and engages perfectly with the phenolic depth. Just 18,000 bottles exist, presented at 57.3% alc.vol. with a splash of Islay spring water. 18,000 individually numbered bottles only.
    £159.99
  • Bruichladdich Ancien Regime 1998 46% 70cl
    This bottling from Bruichladdich is one of the last bottlings under the old regime and owners of the distillery. Bottled under the guidance of now retired distillery manager Jim Mcewan. Aged for 12 years in a bourbon cask.
    £165.00
  • Ardbeg 25 years old Magnum Old & Rare 51.2% 150cl
    Very rare bottling a Magnum (150cl), of Ardbeg distilled in March 1991 and bottled August 2016 by Hunter Laing. 1 of 30 bottles only with magnum carrying and individual number. Presented in a heavy weight wooden box with certificate of authenticity.
    £2,999.99
  • Port Charlotte 10 Second Limited Edition Islay Single Malt 50% 70cl
    Port Charlotte Single malts are an enigma. While heavily peated, they also possess a surprising finesse, an elegant complexity created by men distilling at a slow trickle. This maximises contact between spirit and copper still, cleansing our new make of medicinal notes while preserving a smoky Atlantic freshness.

    The smouldering heat of peat and dark fruit is finessed by floral top notes, a twist of citrus and mellow oak. Full term in first-fill bourbon, sherry, tempranillo and French wine casks. Bottled at 50% alc. vol. using Islay Spring water. Heavily peated Islay Single malt 40ppm. 18,000 individually numbered bottles only.
    £57.99
  • Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009 Claggan Cruach 70cl 50%
    Following the Uber provenance of Bruichladdich this 2009 edition of Islay Barley has sourced its barley from 3 farms; Claggan, Cruach and Mulindry.  Each year is different and produces a different style according to the grain.
    £56.99
  • Bruichladdich Black Art Edition 05.1 24 years old 70cl
    This is a limited run of just 12,000 bottles worldwide. The fith instalment and the first by head distiller Adam Hannett of the Black Arts series was distilled in 1992 and bottled in 2016 at 24 years old, 48.4% vol. The exact composition is a secret but is likely to contain bourbon, sherry and wine casks whiskies in the mix.
    £270.99
  • Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 51.5% 70cl

    This is the first edition in a new range from Bowmore distillery called Vault Edition No.1. It has been made from selected casks held in the Worlds oldest Scotch warehouse Vault No. 1, and represents the four layers of complexity represenetd in the whisky; Atlantic sea salt, Peated smoked perfection, full bodied fruitness and silky sweetness. This first edition is the sea salty tang which is present in Bowmore whiskies.

    £96.99
  • Kilchoman Loch Gorm 2017 Sherry Cask Matured 70cl
    This is the eagerly anticipated arrival of the 2017 edition of Loch Gorm from Kilchoman distillery on Islay. This is the 6th edition in the oloroso sherry cask matured malt distilled in 2009 and bottled 2017. This is the oldest edition to date which is 8 years old.
    £66.70
  • Port Ellen 33 years old 47.5% 50cl Boutique-y whisky Company

    This is the sixth Batch of Port Ellen by the Boutique-y Whisky Company, but the first to carry and age statement. The label has a picture of John Beach of Fiddlers whisky bar, looking out to see. This is a limited run of just 250 bottles

     

    £995.00
  • Bunnahabhain XXV 25 years old 46.3% 70cl

    A superb Malt from Islay which has been aged for 25 years in Sherry cask and it is an absolute gem. Sweet caramel nose with subtle oak and leather notes. Sweet berry fruit, cream all beatifully balanced with roasted nuts and maltiness. The finish is soft and dry with sugar and spice and all things nice!

    £335.99
  • Kilchoman Sanaig 46% 70cl
    Established in 2005, Kilchoman is the newest distillery on Islay and the first to be built for 125 years. Sanaig won the IWSC Trophy for no age statement malt in 2016 competition. It has a sherry influence  with caramel, peat smoke and citrus notes. The finish is well-balanced with peat and fruit cake.
    £52.99
  • 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 the anticipation as it develops into a beautifully rich, full-bodied, lingering experience.
    Distillery Bottling
    £42.99
  • Ardbeg An Oa 46.6% 70cl
    Ardbeg An Oa is a new bottling from this Islay distillery and will become part of their core range, the first new Ardbeg for some years. Made by marrying three styles of Ardbeg in a gathering cask; Pedro Ximenes, Virgin charred oak and ex-bourbon casks. The result is a complex whisky with differing contrasts, powerful smoky peat, spicy yet alluring with a silky sweetness.
    £51.99
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