JANUARY 2020

Kicking off the new decade with a bunch of new drams!

The latest drams to hit the shelves... — Caol Ila

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Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 2011 / 8 years old #300158 6
$121.00

Selected for the Single Malts of Scotland range, this is a new release from the Caol Ila distillery, matured for 8 years...

Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 2011 / 8 years old #300158 6

Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 2011 / 8 years old #300158 6

Region: Islay

Strength: 61.3%

Volume: 700ml

$121.00

Selected for the Single Malts of Scotland range, this is a new release from the Caol Ila distillery, matured for 8 years in an sherry butt and bottled at a natural strength of 61.3%. Starting with fresh and vibrant aromas, there is a nose-drying scent of sea air, seaweed and brine, cutting against Caol Ila's smouldering peat smoke. The palate is...


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Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 11 years old 48%
$94.00

This release from the Single Malts of Scotland is from their new 'Reserve Casks' range, specially selected vattings of a handful of...

Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 11 years old 48%

Caol Ila 'Single Malts of Scotland' 11 years old 48%

Region: Islay

Strength: 48%

Volume: 700ml

$94.00

This release from the Single Malts of Scotland is from their new 'Reserve Casks' range, specially selected vattings of a handful of casks from distilleries around Scotland. Bottled from four hogshead casks that were filled in 2008 at the Caol Ila distillery, this is an evocative sea-side dram, with rockpools, ocean air and wet sand aromas, lifte...


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Caol Ila 'Moch' 43%
$112.00

Moch, meaning 'dawn' in Gaelic, is an expression from the Caol Ila distillery that captures the coastal and traditional peat smoke flavours...

Caol Ila 'Moch' 43%

Caol Ila 'Moch' 43%

Region: Islay

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$112.00

Moch, meaning 'dawn' in Gaelic, is an expression from the Caol Ila distillery that captures the coastal and traditional peat smoke flavours Islay is renowned for. Like a walk on the shores of Islay, the aroma of this single malt starts salty and oceanic, with warming smoke from an old peat bonfire and a gentle medicinal scent. To taste, a balanc...


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