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£49.95 in-store only or please call for local delivery. Distilled at Caol Ila before Gordon & Macphail got hold of it to mature in their own casks for 13 years for the Discovery range. Sweet vanilla, some peat smoke undertones and apple and apricot flavours.
£49.95 in-store only or please call for local delivery. Distilled at Bunnahabhain Distillery before Gordon & MacPhail got hold of it to mature in their own casks for 11 years. Rich and sweet with fruitcake and vanilla aromas, spicy cinnamon, plum and marmalade flavours.
£79.95 in-store only or please call for local delivery. Matured for 15 years by Gordon & MacPhail for their Distillery Label series. Stewed fruit, barley notes and strawberry and cinnamon flavours.
£53.95 in-store only or please call for local delivery. Crafted from a combination of unpeated and peated spirit and three cask matured for at least twelve years in bourbon barrels, sherry casks, and Marsala wine casks. A smooth, creamy single malt, with flavours of ripened fruit, aromatic smoky sweetness and warming oak spice.
The first whisky ever distilled in the Cotswolds. 100% locally grown, floor-malted barley and matured in first-fill ex-Bourbon barrels and reconditioned red wine casks. Rich, fruity and sippable with notes of honey, Seville orange marmalade and dark red fruits.
This is a blend of multiple types of malt and grain that Nikka reserves. Nikka From the Barrel was created to deliver full flavours and richness of whisky “from barrels” which only blenders can sniff and taste. As the whisky contains so many characteristic components at a higher alcohol of 51.4%, it is essential to let the liquid “marriage” in used casks for 3-6 months for it to stabilize and harmonize. The concept of the unique short squared bottle is “a small lump of whisky”, which perfectly visualizes the rich and strong taste of the whisky inside.
Unique among Irish whiskeys, Connemara is the only Irish Peated Single Malt Whiskey widely available today. Inspired by the 18th century art of drying malting barley over peat fires, it possesses a distinct peaty flavour and aroma, instilling a delicate smokiness and smooth, sweet taste. Its complex peat flavours and smooth, sweet malt taste make it a truly unique Irish whiskey. This is a highly decorated Irish whiskey receiving over 20 medals in major spirits competitions since 2012.
This extraordinary and distinguished hand-crafted single malt is Tobermory Distillery’s signature smoky expression. Tantalisingly sweet, medicinal flavours infused with enticing sparks of spicy pepper and dried fruit with rich peaty smoke and a velvety vanilla and malty creaminess.
This is a rich, spicy & bold high-rye bourbon-style whiskey, with all the sweet flavours we love about great American liquor, and with each drop of liquid getting the chance to draw on not one but two brand new charred white oak barrels to gather complex notes of vanilla, raisins and caramelised sugar, this whiskey is truly one of a kind.
Born in the USA raised in Bristol, this double barrel whiskey has gone through a unique barreling process.
The ten year old Edradour is handmade and one of the last Single Malt Whiskies from a traditional farm distillery still in production today. The methods of production remain virtually unchanged in the last 150 years and are only just capable of commercial quantities. Indeed Edradour Distillery makes as much whisky in a year as most distilleries produce in a week. A rare pleasure for a fortunate few.
Bottled at 46% because the makers grandfather preferred it at this strength. Still a family favourite, this is perfect for single malt enthusiasts.
Glenfarclas is one of the only distilleries in Scotland to remain family owned and managed, now by the sixth generations.
A wonderful whisky that combines fruit, spice and oak to great effect. The Nikka Coffey Malt is the result of a unique distillation process in Coffey stills, which are normally used for grain whisky production. This rare 100% malt bottling offers a surprisingly rich texture and wonderful depth of flavour.
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Bannow Island is a striking farm, a sharp contrast to the majority of the Waterford terroirs. Under bright skies where scudding clouds move quickly with the Atlantic winds driving behind them, the soils here are challenged by being surrounded on three sides by a raw coastal environment, where the sandy loam tips down to the very shoreline itself. The malty, fresh nose leads to a vibrant, exuberant taste of white pepper, cloves and the sweetness of salted caramel.
A 100-proof, straight rye whiskey, aged for at least ten years through a unique double-barrel process. WhistlePig embodies the perfect combination of proof, purity, and age – hitting ‘the sweet spot’ in all three categories. In short: more rye, all the proof, and the perfect age. WhistlePig was released in the summer of 2010 to great critical acclaim, earning 96 points from Wine Enthusiast, their highest rating ever for a rye whiskey.
In the rain shadow of the Wicklow Mountains, the Slaney river winds its way southwards through County Wexford. Here Robert Milne exploits one of Ireland’s premier barley terroirs. Dried herbs and red apple aromas follow through to apple crumble with toffee flavours, leaving a slight spice and mouth puckering oiliness on the finish.