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The Shackleton's blended malt was released with a view to recreating the style of whisky that accompanied Shackleton and his comrades to the South Pole in their 1907 expedition. A contribution is made from the sale of each bottle to the NZ Antarctic Heritage Trust.
Named after an afflication suffered by distillery works of old who turned barley by hand, Monkey Shoulder is a blend of just 3 single malt whiskies - Glenfiddich, Balvenie and Kininvie. Warm spicy and toasted oak notes lead into a sweet vanilla'd aroma. The flavour is of creamy custard, a hint of dried fruit and cooked banana and honey with toasted spices lingering in the finish.
PEAT Pure Islay is the accomplice to the PEAT full proof, swapping its high batch strength for a more friendly 45%. It was created using single malt whisky from a handful of distilleries across northern and southern Islay. Aromas of thick cut bacon being cooked over smouldering coals on the beach. Hickory smoke to the fore on the palate with hints of Lapsang Souchong tea, lashings of salted caramel and dark chocolate developing. Soggy baked apple fade into the finish leaving a heavy smoke with hints of sweet spice and truffle salt.
New to the shelves from the Elements of Islay range, PEAT is a blended malt, consisting of a combination of 60 casks from a spattering of distilleries around the north and south of Islay. Invigorating punchy peat smoke to the fore is complimented with a salty seaweed character and plenty of fresh fruit (lemon, lime and grapefruit).On the palate, thick-cut smokey bacon is intertwined through layers of dark-chocolate limes, lemon oil and smokey spicy barbecue sauce. Sea spray and baked apple on the finish along with a heavier smoke, truffle salt and sweet spice. Bottled at it's natural batch strength of 59.3% in its signature laboratory-style bottle.
Bonailie is a Scots Gaelic word for a drink that is shared with a friend when they're set to part ways - a wee dram to wish them a safe journey. This blended malt is produced by the team at the Bladnoch distillery in the Lowlands, marrying just three single malts together to create a whisky of sweet, creamy flavours and textures and a gentle nutty finish.
This blended malt scotch whisky is from Chivas Regal. Ultis, is a blend of five Speyside distilleries from Scotland which includes Tormore, Longmorn, Strathisla, Allt A'Bhainne and Breaeval. This is a creamy whisky, with citrus notes and a slight spice and malty notes.
A careful selection of Single Malt whiskies produced on some of the Island's of Scotland, including Islay, Arran, Jura and Orkney. There is a subtle smoky and sweet character to the whisky, with fruity tones offset by the distant tang of sea-spray.
Flaming Feast is a blended malt from Wemyss Malts and is blend of North Highland and Highland island single malts. With notes of sweetness and maritime smoke there is also notes gentle spice. Limited to only 6000 bottles.