Originally used long ago as the only readily available method of drying malted barley across Scotland, peat influenced whisky is something many have grown to love. Love it or hate it, peat produces the unique character we have come to know as a smoky whisky. Whether that is a spicy wisp in the background, to a full on bonfire stirring up memories of your childhood, we have something to suit all tastes.

Peaty & Smoky - Whiskies with a unique smoky quality

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Lagavulin 16 years old 43%

Lagavulin 16 years old 43%

Region: Islay

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$132.00

One of the most famous whiskies in the world, Lagavulin's 16 year old has a lovely balance between a tarry blast of peat smoke, touches of sweet honey and rich dried fruit that lingers on to a dry and mellow smokyness - a true Scotch whisky classic from Islay.


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Ardbeg Uigeadail 54.2%

Ardbeg Uigeadail 54.2%

Strength: 54.2%

Volume: 700ml

Region: Islay

$129.00

A fine drop of Ardbeg bottled at high strength. A marriage of Ardbeg from bourbon barrels and sherry butts which gives a sweet and smokey finish to this malt. Uigeadail is the loch from which all Ardbeg's water flows. This year's batch of Uigeadail has more sherry influence and is an absolutely stunning whisky. Nose: the nose is deep and rounded...


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Wolfburn 'Morven' 46%

Wolfburn 'Morven' 46%

Region: Highland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$79.80

Morven is the new peated expression from the Wolfburn distillery, made from barley that has been traditionally infused with the smoke of burning peat. The smoke is soft to start, combined with aromas of fresh sea air and a fruity, floral tone that comes from Wolfburn's slow fermentation and distillation. The lightness on the nose gives way to a ...


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Ardbeg 'Grooves' 46%

Ardbeg 'Grooves' 46%

Region: Islay

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$175.00

Ardbeg Grooves, is almost here. Available exclusively from Ardbeg Embassies around the world from the 2nd of June, this release is a classic Ardbeg, matured in ex-wine casks that have been heavily charred to create grooves in the staves. With aromas of smoked cinnamon, pine resin and tar, there is an ever-present swirling briny sea-spray and pil...


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Benromach 'Peat Smoke' 2008 46%

Benromach 'Peat Smoke' 2008 46%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$86.50

Having been matured in first fill, former American Bourbon barrels, this heavily peated expression from Speyside distillers Benromach has developed a rich, fruity flavour and full bodied character. There are notes of vanilla and honey to smell that develope on the palate along with hints of apricot and sugared almonds. A robust and hearty peaty ...


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Laphroaig 10 years old 40%

Laphroaig 10 years old 40%

Region: Islay

Strength: 40%

Volume: 700ml

$96.00

The famous Laphroaig 10 year old, one of the most iconic single malt whiskies in all of Scotland. Renowned for its earthy, medicinal, richly peaty-smoky flavour, it is an evocative dram that with just one sip transports you to its home on the inner Hebridean island of Islay.


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Edradour 'Ballechin' 10 years old 46%

Edradour 'Ballechin' 10 years old 46%

Region: Highland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$89.80

Ballechin is the name Edradour gives its heavily peated spirit, and this release is their new standard expression bottled after 10 years of maturation. The peat character of this is remarkably Islay-like, with a rich earthy smoke, ginger spice, and amazingly even a hint of coastal, farmyard aromas. A standout example of the non-Islay peated style.


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Glenglassaugh 'Torfa' Heavily Peated 50%

Glenglassaugh 'Torfa' Heavily Peated 50%

Region: Highland

Strength: 50%

Volume: 700ml

$108.00

Torfa is the all new peated expression from Portsoy's Glenglassaugh distillery. Sweet fragrant bonfire smoke swirls around delicate fruit sweetness and touches of sea salt, with marzipan (wedding cake icing) and tart redcurrants in the finish. An exceptionally good peaty whisky, it is well suited for those who enjoy malts from some of Scotland's...


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