Edition No.4 is a single malt drawn from a combination of European and American oak casks, presenting a zesty, vibrant and invigorating character, that brings to life the fore notes of rounded honey, sweet toffee and citrus fruits.
Heavily peated whisky matured for 14 years in American Oak casks. Characterised by a balance of smoke and the sweet, honeyed Balvenie style
Limited one bottle per customer
Double casked in new American oak and European oak casks. 100% Sherry seasoned.
Tomintoul Tlath is the result of hand-chosen casks consisting of whiskies of various ages matured in first-class American oak bourbon barrels.
Glenfarclas Single malt, aged for 25 years.
Glenfarclas Single malt, aged for 30 years.
Distilled in 1976, bottled in 2014. Limited Edition – only 3756 bottles produced.
Second edition, bottled in 2015.
Glenfiddich Experimental Series #03 LIMITED EDITION Limited one bottle per customer.
Edition No.3 is a collaboration between drawn from a combination of European and American oak casks, presenting a sweet and fruity character. Limited one bottle per customer.
A special edition inspired by the original 1963 Glenfiddich 'Straight Malt' – by many considered be the world's first single malt.
Macallan’s yearly release of its 18 year old single malt. Matured in Spanish sherry oaks. Limited one bottle per customer.
Matured for over two decades before bottling in a combination of Spanish and American oak barrels.
Distilled in 1995, bottled in 2014.
2001 Vintage bottled in 2012 (Edition 1).
A statement release, the first from the Glenrothes to be matured entirely in first-fill sherry casks.
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery Bottling
Macallan 12 Gran Reserva
Nutty at first, followed by vibrant spices - think ginger and cinnamon - paired with fresh green apples and lemon zest. Lyle's Golden Syrup and toffee pennies too.
20 minds, one unexpected whisky.
The first single malt scotch whisky finished in IPA craft beer casks.
Slow to give of its secrets, with mere hints of a fruity richness and spicy complexity to come. A swirl of the glass releases enticing, clean vanilla notes and tropical fruit. Soon, fruits are dried (light fruit cake with flake almonds). Adding water brings out typical Speyside character, and makes the nose slightly more acidic.
Always ones to go against the grain, Benromach have decided to step away from the NAS trend and put an age statement on their youngest bottling. The 5 Year Old is light with the distillery's classic hint of smoke.
Nose: Soft with a leather undertone. Quite savoury, with gravelly notes, beeswax polish, linseed oil, oak bark and moss. Palate: Quite dry, like the nose, but with some dark sugar sweetness. Spiced fruit cake and the leather from the nose are joined by a rich earthiness, coal dust and some green leafiness. Finish: Green oak, ashes and sweet waxed apples.
Nose: Toffee and butterscotch with hints of liquorice and green apple. Palate: The liquorice and green apple continue from the nose, joined by a maltiness, smoke and spicy cardamom and white pepper. Finish: Warming, with the fruit and spice slowly dissipating to leave a delightful malty smokiness.
Please note that purchase of this product is possible by bank transfer only, or on appointment at our London shop.
Aged 21 years, finished in port casks.