Our whisky section has been created to provide a place for all the quality whiskies we stock which don't come under the malt whisky category. There are whiskies from around the world which are both enjoyable and rich in the flavours you know and love. Our whisky range includes offerings from America, Ireland and Scotland, ensuring there is something for all kinds of drinker.
Whether you prefer Jack Daniel's or Bushmills our range ensures you can make sure your cupboards are stocked. The Fine Wine Company sources a range of recognisable and high quality whiskies to ensure that those of you who don't fancy a malt can find a product to suit your needs. Whisky has become a popular drink around the world and whilst the Scottish variety is amongst the most popular, Kentucky-style bourbon and triple distilled Irish whiskies are very popular too. Each type of whisky has its own character and flavour thanks to its distillation and ageing process. The ingredients used may differ slightly too with rye and corn used as well as malted barley in some products, delivering a very different flavour and character. You probably know which your favourite is already or which one would be the best gift and if you're not sure or need advice, The Fine Wine Company team are happy to help.
Bold rich nose of barley, citrus, spice and fruity notes, a hint of peat too. Full rich oaky flavours, fruity too, hints of marmalade, with bittersweet chocolate and coffee notes, a gentle sweetness builds on the long finish.
Golden amber in colour. On the nose this shows a lifted spicy character with notes of tea and a hint of peppermint. Dry clean palate with the light-bodied, gentle bite spice and pepper softened by a touch of honey.
Mid amber colour. The nose bears caramel notes with a delicate stone-fruit backdrop. A robust palate with some fine leather notes, tobacco, oak and a hint of dried cherries. The finish is smooth and calming.
Aged 6 years, this straight rye is made more distinctive by its bottle, the design of which was inspired by pre-Civil War times when bars purchased whiskey by the barrel barrels which they'd decant into ornate engraved decanters supplied by the distiller.
Marketed with the strapline, �tastes like heaven, burns like hell�, as the name suggests Fireball is made with Canadian whisky with cinnamon flavouring and is a popular shot Stateside. Warning: In the EU this product should not be described as a 'whiskey' because it is 33% , therefore below 40% alc./vol required.
A balanced, rich, fruity nose. Notes of spices and chocolate, toffee and vanilla. On the palate there are tart stone fruits, prunes, spices, morello cherries, cocoa and vanilla, finishes with notes of oak, chocolate and butterscotch.