This Twelve Year Old Aberlour has been matured in two cask types, traditional oak and sherry oak. Especially selected every year, they are filled with whisky and quietly aged for a minimum of twelve years; then the casks are married together
The first release in Aberlour's Casg Annamh series! This expression (named after the Gaelic for "rare cask") is matured in a trio of cask types, including European oak sherry casks and two sorts of American oak cask. Presented in similar livery to their very popular A'Bunadh expression, and with a sherry-dominated flavour profile too, we expect big things from Casg Annamh!
Described by Jim Murray as �a malt that should adorn a shelf in every whisky-drinking home�, anCnoc 12 Years Old is light yet complex. Smooth yet challenging. And each twist and turn delivers a surprise. In fact, this is a dram that has something for everyone.
Ardbeg Ten Years Old has cult status around the world as one of the leading peaty, smoky and complex single malts. It does not flaunt the peat the peat softens and allows the natural sweetness of the malt to show. This is a whisky of unique balance
The brand new addition to the core range of Arran Single Malts this autumn 2019. Arran Sherry Cask is an elegant single malt with rich layers of fruit and spice. Aromas of ripe figs, black cherries, cinnamon, crystalised ginger and raisins fill the nose, and the palate offers notes of dark chocolate, figs, mandarins and baking spice
A more recent release from the Auchentoshan distillery, replacing the previous staple 10 year old, this 12 year old bottling exhibits the new, slightly Imperial aesthetics Auchentoshan have rebranded themselves with.
A Lowland single malt matured in 3 different casks, namely: Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks, bourbon casks and Oloroso sherry. A distinctive triple distilled whisky from Auchentoshan. Nose: Cooked fruit, sherry, toffee, a rum-like quality and notes of Bas Armagnac distilled circa 1940. Palate: Rich. Liqueur cherries in dark chocolate, more sherried fruit, ripe dark forest fruits, like a Black Forest Ga…
Aged in ex-bourbon casks before being finished in sherry casks, Double Wood is an excellent example of what the Balvenie distillery can craft, even at 12 years. Nose: Gristy, supple nuttiness, grapey Palate: Sweet with good body. The bourbon characters develop; gentle spice with a little vanilla, a balancing peat lurking quietly in the substrata. Finish: Dry, spicy, beautifully warming.
Another fantastic invention from the workbench of Balvenie Malt Master David Stewart � a 17-year-old version of the bestselling DoubleWood. Still initially matured in 'whisky oak' casks before being switched to sherry wood to finish, the extra years give it extra depth without being overpowering.
This whisky has been matured for 14 years in traditional oak casks before being transferred to Caribbean rum casks to impart some extra flavour. This process has created a well-rounded and drinkable whisky with notes of fruit and vanilla.
Barbican Botanics has its roots in Plymouth and is based in Plymouth's Barbican, hence the name of the gin. The signature botanical here is milk thistle, accompanied by fennel and other traditional botanicals. A rather classic gin, distilled in batches of 21 litres and bottled at 45% ABV.
Organic single malt from the brilliant Benromach Distillery, which was distilled back in 2011 and left to mature in virgin American oak casks until 2019. They use organically certified Scottish barley for this expression. An innovative, delicious tipple, this one.
Beautifully balanced sherry aromas with vanilla pod, zesty orange and spicy ginger complemented by delicate chamomile and menthol notes. There�s luscious, rich fruit cake with stewed plum, red apple skin and the sharp edge of kiwi fruit.
Spiritique over in France brings you Bistro Vodka, named in honour of the wonderful simplicity and craftsmanship of a Parisian bistrot. As the story goes, in 1814 the Russians in Paris weren't allowed to drink in pubs. When they asked for a quick drink - quick in Russian sounding kind of like "bistro" - they were served vodka, and this led to the Parisian bistrot being born. The Bistro Vodka you s…
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