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Kilchoman Bramble Liqueur 19% 500ml
The latest edition to the Kilchoman portfolio is a bramble (blackberry) liqueur, made with blackberries that have been macerated with malt whisky, honey and a healthy dose of Kilchoman's new spirit. On the nose the smoke is obvious, but softens on the palate where the fruitiness starts to shine with a. This is a distinctive liqueur that will rea...
Old Pulteney 25 years old 46%
This 25 year old Old Pultney has been matured firstly in American oak and then in Spanish oak casks. This is full bodied whisky with heavy spices and dark chocolate on the nose. These notes develop into bitter chocolate, toffee and creamy vanilla. There is a long and spicy finish.
Wolfburn 'Langskip' 58%
Langskip, a norse word for Longship, is the latest release from Scotland's far-north distillery, Wolfburn. This is the first high-strength whisky from the distillery, offering fruity and aromatic notes of dried apple, raisins and dates and rich fruit cake. The palate has maple syrup, dark chocolate and fruit and nut mix. A fading vanilla-sweet f...
Cardrona 'Just Hatched' Solera 375ml 64.4%
Region: New Zealand
This new 'solera' expression from the Cardrona distillery is the third release from one of New Zealand's newest single malt whisky producers. Situated close to Wanaka in the South Island, this whisky comes from a selection of ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks, it carries the distillery's character of borage flower honey, vanilla spice and citrus (l...
Kilchoman 'Loch Gorm' 2019 Release 46%
Kilchoman's legendary Loch Gorm has returned with the distillery's 2019 limited edition, matured in 20 ex-Oloroso sherry casks, including some of stocks of their earliest vintages of production from 2006 onwards. The aroma is initially of Islay's beaches, salty and seaweedy, followed by a striking, dense fruityness - waves of raisins, stewed ber...
Ardbeg 'An Oa' 46.6%
Ardbeg 'An Oa' is the latest release from the iconic Ardbeg distillery on Islay, named after the southern point of the island known as the Mull of Oa (pronounced 'oh'). A creation of three different cask types that are married in a new 'gathering' vat which allows these flavours to mellow and mingle. The aroma is classic Ardbeg - sooty, ashy pea...