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Aird Mhor 'Single Malts of Scotland' 2009 / 8 years old 59.4%

Aird Mhor 'Single Malts of Scotland' 2009 / 8 years old 59.4%

Region: Highland

Strength: 59.4%

Volume: 700ml

$83.00

Specially selected by the team here at WG, we are delighted to bring you this special single cask release from the Ardmore distillery, labelled here with its Gaelic spelling by the fine folk at the Single Malts of Scotland. Distilled in 2009 and bottled after 8 years of maturation in a cask that previously held Laphroaig, this dram starts mellow...


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An Orkney Distillery 'Single Malts of Scotland' 12 years old 48%

An Orkney Distillery 'Single Malts of Scotland' 12 years old 48%

Region: Highlands

Strength: 48%

Volume: 700ml

$106.00

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. This particular expression comes from an undisclosed distillery in the Orkney isles, coming from either Highland Park or Scapa. The tasting notes from Olliver Chilton describ...


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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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Glen Elgin 'Single Malts of Scotland' 13 years old 48%

Glen Elgin 'Single Malts of Scotland' 13 years old 48%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 48%

Volume: 700ml

$94.00

Selected by the Single Malts of Scotland for their new 'Reserve Casks' range, this 13 year old Glen Elgin carries a citrus, sweet fruit and elegant spicy wood. The nose starts with fizzy pear and cider apples, old-fashioned boiled sweets: bubblegum, strawberry bonbons and rhubarb and custard candies. The palate is citric and gingery to start, wi...


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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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Ben Nevis 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1996 / 22 years old 55.3%

Ben Nevis 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1996 / 22 years old 55.3%

Region: Highland

Strength: 55.3%

Volume: 700ml

$267.00

Selected from a single ex-sherry butt that was laid down in 1996, this new limited edition bottling offers the deep and complex the distilery is famed for. The aroma opens with notes of warm, runny honey and vanilla-scented beeswax candles and melon, shifting to dried fruits (medjool dates) and warming cinnamon spices. The finish that stays long...


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Glenburgie 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1998 / 18 years old 59.8%

Glenburgie 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1998 / 18 years old 59.8%

Region: Speyside

Strength: 59.8%

Volume: 700ml

$167.00

From Glenburgie distillery, this whisky is 59.8% and 18 years old. The nose is light and uplifting, with notes of vanilla sponge, floral, blackberries and wild herbs. The palate has initial bitter notes, which moves to pink grapefruit notes, apple tarts and lemon curd. The finish is long with notes of ice cream cones, peach ice tea and digestive...


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Glenburgie 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1998 / 20 years old #90089

Glenburgie 'Single Malts of Scotland' 1998 / 20 years old #90089

Region: Speyside

Strength: 51.1%

Volume: 700ml

$194.00

The Glenburgie distillery is located just outside of Alves in Speyside, and it is uncommon to see bottled as a single malt, with the majority of its production going to the Ballantines blend. This new bottling was selected by the Single Malts of Scotland label, matured for two decades and bottled at cask strength. Fruity, lively and zippy with s...


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