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  • Distilled, matured and bottled in the Valley of the Deer World's most awarded single malt Scotch whisky Product of Scotland Single malt Scotch whisky Married in small batches Patiently matured in the finest Oloroso sherry & bourbon casks before being married in small, individually numbered batches to create an extraordinarily smooth & rich single malt. Our History In 1886, William Grant fulfilled a lifelong ambition by building his own distillery. He named it Glenfiddich, Gaelic for Valley of the Deer, and on Christmas Day 1887 the first drop flowed from the stills. Today, still owned by William Grant's family, Glenfiddich is the world's leading single malt. Our Coopers and Casks We are one of few distilleries to retain an on-site cooperage, ensuring every cask we use is of the highest quality. After 18 years in Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks, our whisky is married in oak tuns for at least three months in small, numbered batches. With award-winning depth and complexity, Glenfiddich 18 Year Old has notes of baked apple and cinnamon. Our Awards Since 2000, Glenfiddich has received more awards than any other single malt Scotch Whisky at the International Spirits Challenge and International Wine and Spirit Competition. To discover more about Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whiskies and the history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit www.glenfiddich.com
    £65.00(£9.29/100ml)
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  • Non chill-filtered Product of Scotland Single malt Scotch whisky This exceptional whisky has matured in American and European Oak at The Glenfiddich Distillery for 15 years. William Grant & Sons Distilled and matured in the valley of the deer where the distillery has stood since 1887
    £50.00(£7.14/100ml)
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  • Rich Oak Matured for 14 years and then delicately finished in new American & Spanish oak to create a complex harmony of lively fruit flavours & rich new oak New American Initial spicy oak notes followed by vibrant vanilla and deep fruit flavours New Spanish Elegant hints of fruit with a complex nuttiness and a spicy aromatic rich oak finish William Grant & Sons Distilled, matured and bottled in the valley of the deer where the distillery has stood since 1887
    £35.00(£5.00/100ml)
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  • THE GLENFIDDICH DISTILLERY. DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE VALLEY OF THE DEER where the distillery has stood SINCE 1887. Warm fruit and notes of spice pervade this richly layered malt, matured in three types of oak cask and then married in the Solera vat. William Grant & Sons. In 1886 William Grant set out to create the "best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich, Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. The "best dram in the valley" still flows four generations later. The Grant family and the community of expert craftsmen at The Glenfiddich Distillery continue William Grant's original philosophy, preserving time honoured methods as well as exploring new possibilites in single malt Scotch whisky making. The richly layered Glenfiddich 15 Year Old is matured in three types of oak cask: sherry, bourbon and new oak before being married in our unique, handcrafted Solera vat. The Solera vat is never emptied but always kept at least half full. It harmoniously marries the flavours, creating a whisky of character and intense complexity. Made by the Distiller of the Year 2005 and 2006. Glenfiddich offers a range of single malt Scotch whiskies acclaimed by industry experts. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2005 DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2006 DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. To find out more about the Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky range and history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit our website. www.glenfiddich.com Skilfully crafted, enjoy responsibly. 40% vol.
    £37.00(£5.29/100ml)
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  • World's Most Awarded single malt Scotch whisky Single Malt Scotch Whisky Our Signature Malt The pioneer of the single malt Scotch whisky category, our signature malt has smooth elegant notes of fresh pear and subtle oak. Its 12 year maturation in the finest Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks, prior to being married together in oak tuns, creates a smooth, harmonious taste. Our History In 1886, William Grant fulfilled a lifelong ambition by building his own distillery. He named it Glenfiddich, Gaelic for Valley of the Deer, and on Christmas Day 1887 the first drop flowed from the stills. Today, still owned by William Grant's Family, Glenfiddich is the world's leading single malt. Our Awards Since 2000, Glenfiddich has received more awards than any other single malt Scotch Whisky at the International Spirits Challenge and International Wine and Spirit Competition. To discover more about Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whiskies and the history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit www.glenfiddich.com Skilfully crafted, enjoy responsibly William Grant & Sons Limited
    £12.00(£6.00/100ml)
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  • GLENFIDDICH STAND FAST. THE GLENFIDDICH DISTILLERY. DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE VALLEY OF THE DEER where the distillery has stood SINCE 1887. 12 YEARS OLD. Over time our signature malt develops complex rounded flavours with elegant notes of fresh pear and subtle oak. In 1886 William Grant set out to create the "best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich, Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. The "best dram in the valley" still flows four generations later. The Grant family and the community of expert craftsmen at The Glenfiddich Distillery continue William Grant's original philosophy, preserving time honoured methods as well as exploring new possibilities in single malt Scotch whisky making. The Glenfiddich 12 Year Old is our signature single malt Scotch whisky. Made by the Distiller of the Year 2005 and 2006, Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been awarded a gold medal by the prestigious International Wine and Spirit Competition. THE INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRIT COMPETITION. SPIRIT 2005. GOLD. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2005. DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. INTERNATIONAL Spirits CHALLENGE 2006. DISTILLER OF THE YEAR. To find out more about the Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky range and history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit our website. www.glenfiddich.com
    £17.50(£5.00/100ml)
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  • Glenfiddich Single Malt Whisky 12 Years Old (500ml).
    £25.00(£5.00/100ml)
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  • DISTILLED AND MATURED IN THE VALLEY OF THE DEER where the distillery has stood SINCE 1887. Over time our signature malt develops complex rounded flavours with elegant notes of fresh pear and subtle oak. In 1886 William Grant set out to create the "best dram in the valley". Within a year he had built his distillery in The Glen of Fiddich, Gaelic for The Valley of the Deer. The first spirit flowed from the stills on Christmas Day 1887. The "best dram in the valley" still flows four generations later. The Grant family and the community of expert craftsmen at The Glenfiddich Distillery continue William Grant's original philosophy, preserving time honoured methods as well as exploring new possibilities in single malt Scotch whisky making. The Glenfiddich 12 Year Old is our signature single malt Scotch whisky. Made by the Distiller of the Year 2005 and 2006, Glenfiddich 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been awarded a gold medal by the prestigious international Wine and Spirit Competition. To find out more about the Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky range and history of The Glenfiddich Distillery, please visit our website. www.glenfiddich.com Skilfully crafted, enjoy responsibly William Grant & Sons Ltd. 40% vol.
    £35.00(£5.00/100ml)
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  • Glenmorangie Lasanta, single malt Scotch whisky is distilled and matured in Ross-shire, Scotland. Glenmorangie Lasanta is made using the highest quality Spanish Oloroso sherry casks that have been carefully selected for extra maturation so the Scotch will have a rich sherry finish to it. It’s then non-chill filtered and bottled at 46% ABV resulting in a full-bodied and rich single malt whisky, with a wonderfully long and smooth finish with notes of spice and nut. Lasanta means “warmth and passion’ in Gaelic which is a fitting name for this whisky with a sherry finish.

    Glenmorangie is one of the most well know distilleries with the tallest stills in Scotland. In Gaelic the company name literally means “Glen of Tranquillity”. They are a company that sees distilling whisky as a craft so they go out of their way to source the very best oak casks from across the ocean and, unlike other distilleries, they only use each cask twice instead of many times. Their innovation and quest for perfection make Glenmorangie whisky’s perfectly balanced, and a favourite among the Scots.

    12 year old Scotch, 46% alc. Vol. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £25.00(£3.57/100ml)
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  • Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban Scotch whisky is distilled and extra matured in Port casks. Mature Glenmorangie is transferred from original bourbon casks and then extra matured or 'finished' in the finest ruby port casks from the 'Quintas' or wine estates of Portugal. In Gaelic 'extra matured' means 'Ruban'. The result is a Scottish malt whisky that’s smooth and velvety with a complex balance of dark chocolate and mint flavours. The finish is long and lingering with a hint of port.

    Glenmorangie was established in 1843 and is distilled and matured in Ross-shire Scotland using the finest golden barley and mineral-rich water from the Tarlogie springs that's owned by the Glenmorangie Distillery. The distillery also boasts the tallest stills in Scotland. The company are very proud of their roots in the ancient lands of Ross-shire, in particular the eighth century Cadboll Stone lying close to the distillery and Glenmorangie house. It’s an icon of the Picts, the original people of Scotland, it is as intriguing and compelling as Glenmorangie itself. For century's it has acted as a form of inspiration to the distillery.

    Quinta Ruban malt whisky is non chill-filtered and bottled at 46%. Vol. alc. Please drink responsibly.
    £38.50(£5.50/100ml)
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  • Glenmorangie is a highly regarded Highland single malt Scotch whisky, bottled in Scotland at 10 years old. Its combination of taste, texture and multi- layered aromas result in a seductive, captivating and pure single malt Scotch whisky. It is elegant, delicate and deliciously complex. The use of superior ex-Bourbon casks inspire its delicate floral notes and in 2007 the original Glenmorangie was voted as the best single malt of the 10-12 year category at the International Wine and Spirit Competition. Its exceptional quality is recognised around the world and it is even the number one malt whisky in Scotland.

    Established in 1843, the Glenmorangie distillery resides in Ross-shire Scotland and the 16 men of Tain, who perfect the art of making whisky, are helped by the use of distillery’s own mineral-rich, Tarlogie Spring water.

    40% vol. Please drink alcohol responsibly.
    £18.00(£5.14/100ml)
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  • ESTD 1843. HIGHLAND SINGLE MALT. SCOTCH WHISKY. DISTILLED AND MATURED IN ROSS-SHIRE. PRODUCED IN SCOTLAND SINCE 1843. PERFECTED BY THE SIXTEEN MEN ON TAIN. BEAUTIFULLY SEDUCTIVE and deliciously captivating, Glenmorangie single malt Scotch whisky is an irresistible feast of taste, texture and aroma. Every sip offers a journey, as multi-layered aromas and complex flavours combine to STIMULATE THE SENSES and entice the palate. The exquisite purity of the single malt Scotch whisky produced by the Glenmorangie distillery is testament to traditions that date back to 1843. The SIXTEEN MEN OF TAIN still follow the mystical art of turning barley and our own mineral-rich, Tarlogie Spring water into our FAMOUSLY COMPLEX and elegant whisky. THE ORIGINAL Glenmorangie's signature expression - The Original - is quite simply, the most delicate and deliciously complex single malt whisky in the world. A WONDERFULLY INVITING expression, acclaimed and appreciated for its floral elegance, exquisite finesse and alluring complexity. Delicate, floral notes in the spirit are permeated by softness and sweetness from superior ex-Bourbon casks. Voted as the best single malt of the 10-12yo category at the 2007 International Wine and Spirit Competition, The Original represents the kaleidoscopic experience that is Glenmorangie. THE SPIRIT OF TRANQUILLITY. The name GLENMORANGIE is Gaelic for 'Glen of Tranquillity' which describes perfectly the smooth, mellow flavour of this delicate single malt. A malt to be savoured in those quiet moments of reflection or when relaxing with friends who enjoy fine malt whisky SCOTLAND'S FAVOURITE MALT. The exceptional quality of GLENMORANGIE is recognised around the world and most notably in Scotland where it is the number one malt whisky. 40% vol.
    £35.50(£5.07/100ml)
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  • Welcoming, vibrant and rewarding A classic Speyside single malt matured in a combination of Traditional oak and Sherry oak casks for a minimum of ten years. Nestling in the heart of Speyside is the village of Aberlour where a source of exceptionally pure spring water known as St. Drostan's Well inspired James Fleming to build his distillery in 1897. This richness of the natural environment combined with the soft and pure water creates Aberlour single malt, a distinctive whisky of generous character. Colour: Gold. Nose: The dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee. Palate: Exceptionally smooth and creamy, with spicy-sweet nutmeg and honey combining with the freshness of autumn fruits. Finish: Long, soft and warming. Matured in a combination of hand-selected traditional and sherry oak casks for a minimum of ten years, this expression represents the very essence of Aberlour character. As a classic Speyside malt, this ten year old Aberlour achieves a remarkable harmony marrying subtle aromas of spice with hints of autumn fruits, giving it a soft and long finish.
    £32.00(£4.57/100ml)
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  • Lightly peated with hints of smoke and spice Single malt scotch whisky Taste Jura Superstition is crafted from a selection of the finest aged Jura single malt whiskies. This mysterious spirit has a unique style and character, with tastes of tangy cinnamon, ginger spice and honey with whispers of salty sea spray, rich coffee and roasted chestnuts. In a World of Its Own The Isle of Jura can be found nestled off the west coast of Scotland. It's a place famed as much for its folklore as it is for its whisky. A magical haven where a sense of solitude pervades: one road, one pub, one community and one distillery. There is no whisky and no island quite like Jura. It truly is in a world of its own. The Story Jura is an island wrapped in superstition: never cut peat before May and always build haystacks in a clockwise direction. Perhaps it's the one regarding the Ankh cross that demands greatest attention. This ancient Egyptian symbol is rumoured to bring good fortune - just so long as you pour the whisky in the correct manner. Hold the bottle with the Ankh cross in the centre of your palm, they say, and good fortune will surely follow. Become a Diurach Diurachs is the Gaelic name for the people of Jura. Proud of our land and our whisky, we are small and close-knit community of fewer than 200, united by the island we love and the warmth of its people. With a dram of the good stuff in hand, we toast the health of our friends near and far. Become an honorary Diurach and join us. Life doesn't get any better. You'll even get a free dram for life every month at the Jura Pub. To find out just how good being a Diurach could be visit jurawhisky.com
    £13.00(£3.71/100ml)
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  • 10 YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY FROM THE ISLE OF JURA. ORIGIN. DELICIOUSLY DELICATE YET ROBUST. THE DIURACHS ISLE OF JURA SINGLE MALT. LIVE A LIFE LESS ORDINARY. BECOME A DIURACH. Diurachs is the Gaelic word for the people of Jura. Less than 200 strong but united by their love for the island and its whisky. One taste of our precious malt and we suspect you might feel the same. Become an honorary Diurach and eventually all the secrets of the island will be revealed. The can be no greater enticement. Your first on an unforgettable journey is to visit isleofjura.com IN A WORLD OF ITS OWN. Nestled off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Jura is a place rich in legend yet shrouded in mystery. A place where good fortune holds a bewitching grip over the islanders, and the three highly distinctive Paps of Jura cast a long and foreboding shadow over the landscape. A magical haven where a sense of solitude is all-pervading: one road, one distillery, one community. There is no whisky and no island quite like Jura. It truly is in a world of its own. Origin is the 10 year old that started the Jura odyssey. It carries the traditional Celtic symbol for birth, beginning and the forces of nature. It tells of a passion rekindled, a distillery reborn and a remarkable whisky forged by turbulent seas and windswept landscapes. For the people of Jura, Origin is, without question, the water of life. Slumbering for a full decade in quiet contentment, this beguiling spirit has a lingering taste of warming gentle oak, caramel, soft liquorice and roasted coffee beans. To be leisurely savoured.
    £25.98(£3.71/100ml)
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  • DIURAGHS' OWN SUMPTUOUS YET GENTLY SPICED. Nurtured for sixteen long years, this is the whisky of choice for the people of Jura. It's a subtle malt - unassuming, understated yet intriguing. Qualities often attributed to the Diurachs themselves. Understandably, the islanders are drawn to it above all others. To honour this unique bond, the symbol of the Diurachs adorns each and every bottle. The vivid colour of golden sunlight combines with a taste of strong butter notes, tinged with oranges and spices, leaving a sweet toffee and honey finish. In A World Of It's Own. Nestled off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Jura is a place rich in legend yet shrouded in mystery. A place where good fortune holds a bewitching grip over the islanders, and the three highly distinctive Paps of Jura cast a long and foreboding shadow over the landscape. A magical haven where a sense of solitude is all-pervading: one road, one distillery, one community. There is no whisky and no island quite like Jura. It truly is in a world of its own. Live A Life Less Ordinary Become A Diurach. Diurachs is the Gaelic word for the people of Jura. Less than 200 strong but united by their love for the island and its whisky. One taste of our precious malt and we suspect you might feel the same. Become an honorary Diurach and eventually all the secrets of the island will be revealed. There can be no greater enticement. Your first step on an unforgettable journey is to visit isleofjura.com
    £43.00(£6.14/100ml)
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  • FROM THE ISLE OF JURA. SUBTLY SWEET YET SMOKY. In A World Of Its Own. Nestled off the west coast of Scotland, the Isle of Jura is a place rich in legend yet shrouded in mystery. A place where good fortune folds a bewitching grip over the islanders, and the three highly distinctive Paps of Jura cast a long and foreboding shadow over the landscape. A magical haven where a sense of solitude is all-pervading; one road, one distillery, one community. There is no whisky and no island quite like Jura. It truly is in a world of its own. Jura is an island wrapped in superstition. Never cut peat before May. Always finish a bottle of Jura on the day it's opened. There is a litany of strange and bewildering customs on Jura but maybe the one regarding the Ankh cross demands the greatest attention. This ancient symbol dates back to Egyptian times and is long rumoured to bring good fortune. Just so long as you drink the whisky in the correct manner. The islanders believe that good luck comes by holding the bottle with the Ankh cross in the centre of your palm. Observe this ritual, they say, and good health and fortune will surely follow. Crafted from a selection of the finest aged Jura single malt whiskies, this mysterious spirit has a unique style and character, where tastes of spice, honey, pine and peat with a whisper of smoke make a dramatic impact. THE DIURACHS. ISLE OF JURA SINGLE MALT. Live A Life Less Ordinary Become A Diurach. Diurachs is the Gaelic word for the people of Jura. Less than 200 strong but united by their love for the island and its whisky. One taste of our precious malt and we suspect you might feel the same. Become an honorary Diurach and eventually all the secrets of the island will be revealed. There can be no greater enticement. Your first step on an unforgettable journey is to visit isleofjura.com
    £25.00(£3.57/100ml)
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  • Lightly peated with hints of smoke and spice Single malt scotch whisky Taste Jura Superstition is crafted from a selection of the finest aged Jura single malt whiskies. This mysterious spirit has a unique style and character, with tastes of tangy cinnamon, ginger spice and honey with whispers of salty sea spray, rich coffee and roasted chestnuts. In a World of Its Own The Isle of Jura can be found nestled off the west coast of Scotland. It's a place famed as much for its folklore as it is for its whisky. A magical haven where a sense of solitude pervades: one road, one pub, one community and one distillery. There is no whisky and no island quite like Jura. It truly is in a world of its own. The Story Jura is an island wrapped in superstition: never cut peat before May and always build haystacks in a clockwise direction. Perhaps it's the one regarding the Ankh cross that demands greatest attention. This ancient Egyptian symbol is rumoured to bring good fortune - just so long as you pour the whisky in the correct manner. Hold the bottle with the Ankh cross in the centre of your palm, they say, and good fortune will surely follow. Become a Diurach Diurachs is the Gaelic name for the people of Jura. Proud of our land and our whisky, we are small and close-knit community of fewer than 200, united by the island we love and the warmth of its people. With a dram of the good stuff in hand, we toast the health of our friends near and far. Become an honorary Diurach and join us. Life doesn't get any better. You'll even get a free dram for life every month at the Jura Pub. To find out just how good being a Diurach could be visit jurawhisky.com
    £16.00(£4.57/100ml)
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  • The single malt that started it all 15 years of age Distilled, matured and bottled in Scotland Single malt Scotch whisky The Glenlivet 15 year old, the French Oak Reserve. The selective maturation in new French Oak casks made from Limousin oak creates a characterful and unique expression. Colour - resinous gold. Nose - creamy and rich. Peel and candied grapefruit aromas. Palate - round, sweet, incredibly smooth. Fruity and nutty flavours. A gentle cinnamon spiciness. Finish - lingering with traces of toasted hazelnuts and almonds. In 1824, George Smith established his distillery in the remote and wild location of Glenlivet. Here, he found the perfect conditions to craft the definitive Single Malt Whisky. Through this timeless, primeval valley run the icy waters of the river Livet. Its name, "smooth flowing one" in Gaelic, reflects the Glenlivet's beautifully rich and elegant flavours. High up in the remote area of Glenlivet, George Smith was the first to produce a whisky of such exceptional quality that it went on to define the taste of Speyside. His definitive single malt inspired so many other distilleries to adopt the appellation 'Glenlivet', that it became known as the "Longest Glen in Scotland". In 1884 a legal agreement was reached to distinguish Smith's Original Whisky by referring to it exclusively as 'The Glenlivet'.
    £40.00(£5.71/100ml)
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  • The Glenlivet Single Malt Whisky 12 Years Old (350ml).
    £16.50(£4.71/100ml)
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  • The Glenlivet®. George Smith's Original 1824 Pure Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Aged 12 years. Aged only in Oak Casks. Long before he won his official licence in 1824, George Smith began distilling The Glenlivet® on a wild hillside in the remote highlands of Scotland's Speyside region, renowned then and now as the famous heartland of malt whisky excellence. Today, his successors proudly make the same fine whiskey, in the same fine place. The Glenlivet® distillery stands where George Smith founded it almost 200 years ago. Near the River Livet, Josie's Well still pours forth its uniquely pure, mineral rich water to feed the mash tun. As it did in 1824. At this height (850 feet above the sea) the stills are run at a gentle heat, yielding a delicate fragrant spirit unique even in Speyside. Along with two centuries of tradition, only so grand a place could produce so fine a whisky and give The Glenlivet® its incomparable quality. The Duke of Richmond and Gordon was a great landowner in the Highlands of Scotland. In 1865 he wrote to George and John G,. Smith confirming the exclusive status of The Glenlivet®, already legendary even among the whiskies of Speyside, the famous heartland of malt whisky excellence.
    £30.00(£4.29/100ml)
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  • ESTD 1830. THE ONLY SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY FROM THE ISLE OF SKYE. From the western shores of the Isle of Skye, in the tall shadows of the Cuillin Hills, comes a single malt like no other. An alluring, sweet, full-bodied spirit with a warming afterglow, so easy to enjoy yet, like Skye itself, so hard to leave. AGED 10 YEARS. CLASSIC MALTS OF SCOTLAND. Talisker, made beside the Loch Harport in the jagged shadow of the Cuillin range, is the only single malt whiskey from the Isle of Skye. A soft, smoky nose introduces an enticing, sweet taste. Full bodied and smooth, this muscular malt also has a robust, deep intensity. It has a long, richly warming finish. Founded in 1830, the distillery keeps faith with traditional values. Surviving a disastrous fire in 1960 the distillery was rebuilt around exact copies of the old pot still and worm tubs, preserving a method of distillation found nowhere else. And today Talisker is for many the complete, even the only single malt. Talisker is one of the six CLASSIC MALTS from Scotland's malt whisky making regions. They are: TALISKER™· Island. GLENKINCHIE™· Lowland. DALWHINNIE™· Highland. CRAGGANMORE™· Speyside. OBAN™· West Highland. LAGAVULIN™· Islay.
    £32.00(£4.57/100ml)
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  • A warm welcome from a wild sea Made by the sea Talisker Storm is a truly tempestuous Single Malt. No whisky reveals the character of its birthplace better than Talisker® To know Talisker is to feel the power of the sea, and sense its rugged location on the banks of Loch Harport, on the foreboding Isle of Skye. "Talisker Storm" takes this most intense of experiences to a new level. The sweet warmth and briny, peppery finish that are the symbol of the Talisker character have been carefully accentuated through a skilful blend of differing ages Talisker casks. The profound maritime character achieves a deeper intensity, like a warm welcome form a wild Hebridean sea.
    £39.00(£5.57/100ml)
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  • BY APPOINTMENT TO HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES, DISTILLER AND SUPPLIER OF SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, D. JOHNSTON & CO., (LAPHROAIG) DUMBARTON. Bottled at the natural distillery strength of 55.7% vol, straight from the wood. LAPHROAIG DISTILLERY. ESTABLISHED 1815. Original Cask Strength Laphroaig whisky is a pure single Islay malt bottled at natural distillery strength. The whisky's rich flavours come through as never before because the whisky has not been chill-filtered. This gives a depth of genuine taste and texture normally associated with sampling a whisky at source. We mature Laphroaig whisky in seasoned oak barrels and this imbues the whisky with the heart and strength of the wood. These barrels are charred before filling to impact the slight sweet vanilla nuttiness of the oak. Original Cask Strength Laphroaig whisky is barrier-filtered only, to remove the small char particles that are present, but this filtering does not change or lessen the flavour in any way. Emphatic, full-bodied and utterly unforgettable. www.laphroaig.com 55.7% vol.
    £36.00(£5.14/100ml)
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  • BY APPOINTMENT TO HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES, DISTILLER AND SUPPLIER OF SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKEY, D. JOHNSTON & CO., (LAPHROAIG) DUMBARTON. The most richly flavoured of all Scotch whiskies. ESTABLISHED 1815. Laphroaig pronounced "La-froyg", is an all-malt Scotch whisky from the remote island of Islay in the Western Isles of Scotland. Laphroaig is a Gaelic word, and means "the beautiful hollow by the broad bay". In the making of Laphroaig, malted barley is dried over a peat fire. The smoke from this peat, found only on the island of Islay, gives Laphroaig its particularly rich flavour. 28 UK Units. 1 UK Unit Per 25ml serving.
    £33.50(£4.79/100ml)
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  • Extra matured in rum casks Single malt Scotch whisky The delicate fresh taste of Caribbean Rum enhances The Balvenie's vanilla notes in the finishing - whilst adding Spicy Aromatic qualities to the whisky. The Cooper's Flagging Iron is used during the repair of the cask to separate the staves. This allows for the insertion of reed between the staves to ensure a watertight seal. Nowhere else will you find a distillery that still grows its own barley, that still has coopers to tend all the casks and a coppersmith to tend the stills. From this Distillery comes Caribbean Cask characterised by toffee, vanilla and a hint of fruit The Balvenie Distillery remains totally dedicated to the Traditions, Care and Craftsmanship of malt whisky making and has been owned and managed by the same Independent family company for five generations. Specially Selected Balvenie - Finished in Casks that previously held Rum Distilled in the Caribbean
    £41.00(£5.86/100ml)
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  • Single malt scotch whisky Marrying is a dying art in Scotch Whisky making, but it ensures consistency and high quality in the spirit, and The Balvenie and Glenfiddich are two of the few distilleries left still marry their whiskies after maturation. The Belvenie Doublewood is a 12 year old single malt which gains its maturation in two woods Unlike most distilleries, The Balvenie still uses traditional methods in the productions of their whisky. The barley used is grown by the distillery on their land, and the water used is from the pure natural springs in the Conval Hills. The Balvenie Distillery is the only Speyside Distillery to have its own floor maltings, thus reinforcing its links with traditional methods of Scotch Whisky production. The Balvenie employ their own coppersmith to tend to the stills and coopers to look after the casks, so The Balvenie employees have thw wisdom of experience when making the whisky. The Balvenie won Gold Medal in the International Wine & Spirit Competition and the International Spirit Challenge 2001. Balvenie website: www.balvenie.com
    £34.00(£4.86/100ml)
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  • Aged 21 years In the Making of The Balvenie Portwood Single Malt Scotch Whisky, our Malt Master has carefully selected Rare reserves of Balvenie, matured in Traditional oak casks, and transferred them to port casks for a few months. Maturation The First Traditional Whisky Oak maturation mellows the spirit and builds character A Second Cask ageing is at the heart of The Balvenie PortWood and produces a single malt of Refinement and remarkable complexity From this Distillery comes The Balvenie Portwood characterised by fruit, honey and spice notes, with a gentle nutty finish Sampled regularly by David Stewart, The Balvenie malt master, to ensure that just the right amount of character was imparted by the port casks David C Stewart The Balvenie Distillery remains totally dedicated to the Traditions, Care and Craftsmanship of malt whisky making and has been owned and managed by the same Independent family company for five generations. The Hammer & Driver are used to tighten the hoops onto our casks. The coopers who use them play an essential role in ensuring the quality of all our casks, including our port pipes. Nowhere else will you find a distillery that still grows its own barley, that still malts in its own traditional floor maltings, that still has coopers to tend all the casks and a coppersmith to tend the stills.
    £125.00(£17.86/100ml)
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  • "A strange and beautiful sight to see the fleet put silently out against a rising moon, the sea-line rough as a wood with sails, and ever and again and one after another, a boat fitting swiftly by the silver disk." ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. THE GENUINE MARITIME MALT. Established in 1826 in the town of Wick, Pulteney Distillery is the most northerly distillery on the mainland and at that time was only accessible by sea. The barley was brought in by sea, the whisky shipped out by boat and many of the distillery workers were also employed as fishermen. Sadly the fishing industry is no longer part of daily life in Wick but Pulteney Distillery continues to operate using the same traditional distilling methods first introduced in the 1800's to create one of the finest Highland Malts available. Pulteney is one of the most unique Scotch whisky distilleries. The wash still has no swan neck and it is thought that when the original still was delivered, it was too tall for the stillhouse and the manager insisted it was "cut off". The spirit still resembles a "smuggler's kettle" and both undoubtedly contribute to the distinctive character of the whisky. Once distilled, the spirit is filled into a selection of specially selected bourbon and sherry casks and laid to rest in the distillery warehouses, until the distillery manager decides the optimum time for bottling each of the casks. Throughout the years of maturation, the casks have taken time to absorb the Northern Scottish sea breeze and as a result, Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky is often referred to as "The Manzanilla of the North". "Unashamedly excellent and deserves so much more recognition around the world". JIM MURRAY, WHISKY WRITER. Appearance: Deep amber, red golden (with a slight pink hue). Aroma: Medium to high intensity and complexity. Dry with a hint of sea-air. Tasting Notes: Dry, medium bodied and smooth with a clean finish: faintly salty with a slight sherry note. Pulteney Distillery-Wick. The most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland.
    £30.50(£4.36/100ml)
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  • DALWHINNIE DISTILLERY. EST 1898. FIFTEEN YEARS OLD. BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND. From the highest distillery in Scotland, set in the windswept Grampian Mountains with their unlimited supply of fresh spring water, comes this delightfully gentle, delicately smoky malt. CLASSIC MALTS OF SCOTLAND. The Gaelic word from which the name Dalwhinnie comes is Dali-coinneeamh, which translates as "meeting place". The highest distillery in Scotland was founded on these bleak, wind-swept central Highland pastures in 1898. The classic Highland malt, Dalwhinnie ages slowly to develop a remarkable character. Fifteen years of gentle ageing make it a smooth, subtle malt without a trace of harshness. Heart-warming yet also mellow and honeyed, its combination of delicacy and depth sets it apart. Where it matters, Dalwhinnie retains the old ways. Increasingly rare wooden worm-tubs, a landmark outside the distillery as distinctive as its pagoda roofs, help this remain a spirit of real character. Hidden depths are also apparent. Smooth-tasting Dalwhinnie yields flavours of creamy vanilla and a heather-honey sweetness, finishing in a smoky Highland glow of surprising intensity. Dalwhinnie is the remote highland destination on a journey around Scotland's six malt whisky making regions. The other Classic Malts are: GLENKINCHIE Lowland. CRAGGANMORE Speyside. TALISKER Skye. OBAN West Highland. LAGVULIN Islay.
    £27.00(£3.86/100ml)
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  • THE GLEN MORAY GLENLIVET DISTILLERY. SINGLE SPEYSIDE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY. ELGIN CLASSIC. Finest Quality Malt Whisky since 1897. The Glen Moray Distillery has been producing the finest quality malt whisky since it was first established over a century ago, in 1897. The distillery sits on the banks of the River Lossie is Elgin. Elgin is situated in the Laich of Moray, otherwise known as the 'granary of Scotland', a fertile seaboard plain, between the Moray Firth and the Monadhliath and Cairgorm mountains. Glen Moray Distillery c.1920. GLEN MORAY SINGLE MALT WHISKY has been distilled in the city of Elgin since 1897. Elgin, the capital of Speyside, lies at the heart of Scotland's most famous malt whisky producing region. The city is situated with the LAICH OF MORAY, also known as the GRANARY OF SCOTLAND and is famous for its malting barley and mild, even climate - hence the ancient saying proclaiming that it has more sunshine then any other part of the country. 'The LAICH OF MORAY has forty days more summer than any other part of Scotland', OLD MORAY SAYING. GLEN MORAY SINGLE MALT WHISKY is matured in traditional, low roofed warehouses allowing its light and refreshing character to emerge. A subtle Speyside malt, GLEN MORAY is matured in oak casks producing a whisky which is light gold in colour and gently spiced with fruity butterscotch notes. GLEN MORAY SINGLE MALT WHISKY has a smooth and rounded taste, ideal for drinking at any time.
    £20.00(£2.86/100ml)
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  • PRODUCT OF SCOTLAND. ESTD 1798. A uniquely smooth, balanced single malt, with a RICH FULL FLAVOUR and a gentle smokey finish. DISTILLERY MANAGER. 40%vol. DISTILLED IN KIRKWALL. "THE GREATEST ALL-ROUNDER IN THE WORLD OF MALT WHISKY". Michael Jackson, Malt Whisky Companion. At HIGHLAND PARK we insist on an uncompromising approach to whisky-making. We're one of only a handful of distilleries that slowly malts its barley on the stone floor, physically TURNING IT BY HAND for a more balanced flavour. Next, we smoke it over local AROMATIC PEAT, hand-cut from Hobbister Moor to bring a unique fragrant heather character to the whisky. Then it's placed into oak casks - not just your usual bourbon casks though - SHERRY OAK CASKS FROM SPAIN that cost ten times as much, but bring a priceless natural colour and flavour to our whisky. Then comes the hardest part: leaving it be for 12 or more years to mature in the consistently cool ORCADIAN air. An even when it's ready, we're not. We choose and combine our best casks, then leave them to settle and HARMONISE FOR JUST THAT LITTLE BIT LONGER TO DELIVER OUR COMPLEX WHISKY THE RESULT IS A UNIQUELY SMOOTH, BALANCED SINGLE MALT WITH A RICH FULL FLAVOUR and a gentle smokey finish. It's the kind of DRAM you long for when you've worked as hard as us. AT HIGHLAND PARK, it's taken us over 200 years to know what we know about whisky. If you'd like to discover more for yourself, visit us at www.highlandpark.co.uk Here you can learn more about whisky making and tasting, and join the Inner Circle - our club for friends of HIGHLAND PARK.
    £31.50(£4.50/100ml)
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  • ESTABLISHED IN SCOTLAND 1823. The TRIPLE DISTILLED, award winning, extra smooth, SINGLE MALT renowned for its soft, delicate flavour. A fruity Lowland Malt, produced in SCOTLAND since 1823, under the watchful eye of the Distillery Manager. MATURED IN BOURBON OAK CASKS. DISTILLED AND BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND In the Gaelic tongue, Auchentoshan means 'the corner of the field': a clear illustration of the Lowland backdrop of the distillery, ideally situated between the Kilpatrick hills, Loch Lomond and the modern cosmopolitan city of Glasgow. At Auchentoshan, unlike any other distillery in Scotland, the spirit is triple distilled to create a single malt whisky that is both pure and smooth - renowned for its soft, delicate character. Triple distilled and matured solely in American Bourbon casks. The result: A Lowland single malt whisky with the sweet aromas of vanilla, coconut, and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.
    £27.00(£3.86/100ml)
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  • Rich, full and bursting with sherried fruit with creamy oak, a hint of peat and a delicious sweetness... the finish is long and flavoursome with a lingering spiciness Expertly distilled with pure highland spring water and barley, then matured in American or Spanish oak casks originally used for Bourbon or Sherry to achieve its unique fruity flavour 'A fine example of classic highland malt, sitting between the smoky, peaty aromas of Islay malts and the sweetness of soft speyside malts.' Every precious drop of this Golden Single Malt Whisky is created in our Distillery in the brooding wilderness of Scotland's Highlands. Like the mountains themselves, little has changed over the centuries. We still use water, filtered through peat to granite below before bubbling up as pure crystal spring water - soft, slightly acidic and perfect for whisky making. We then distil this Single Malt in time-honoured fashion before gently air dying with a hint of peat smoke to impart a light smoky flavour. Finally, this Classic Highland Malt is matured in oak casks previously used for Bourbon or Sherry to impart a richly rewarding fruity complexity. The Result? A full bodied whisky with subtle floral notes, hints of oak and a delectable spicy sweetness. Distilled in the Highlands Region. Selected By J. Glass
    £20.50(£2.93/100ml)
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  • Complex and peaty with a subtle hint sea salt and underlying vanilla and fruity notes, beautifully complemented by a smooth, lingering, smokey finish Expertly distilled with Soft Islay water and peat-smoked barley, then matured in American Casks originally used for Bourbon to achieve a rich depth of flavour 'A perfect Islay malt sitting between the spicy, floral flavours of highland malts and the sweetness of soft Speyside malts' For generations, our small distillery on the Hebridean Isle of Islay has been creating this very special Single Malt Whisky. Using only natural, Soft Island Spring Water, we insist on drying our barley with peat smoke - a process which imparts gloriously complex aromas and hints of flavours including earth, smoke, tar and seaweeds. Finally, this Classic Islay malt is matured in Oak Casks previously used for Bourbon in a traditional Stone-Walled Dunnage Warehouse before we bottle is straight from the wood in the time-honoured fashion to retain every ounce of character. The Result? A light, golden whisky with subtle hints of oak and sea salt, vanilla and fruit undertones and a peaty, smoky finish. Distilled in the Islay Region. Selected By J. Glass
    £20.50(£2.93/100ml)
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  • 12 years old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Wonderfully fragrant with top notes of pear drops & rose petal. The inviting bouquet leads to a fascinating balanced taste with clear hints of vanilla & citrus fruits. The after taste is long & mildly dry. Speyside is a sub-region of the Highland malt whisky producing region, situated on the east coast of Scotland. The Speyside region produces come of the finest malts in Scotland, renowned for their floral & fruity characteristics.
    £20.50(£2.93/100ml)
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  • Highland single malt Scotch whisky Tasting Notes: This burnished gold spirit presents a lemon citrus nose, then orange peel and an interlacing sweetness that softens but doesn't eliminate the zest. A quiet note of vanilla is followed by dark chocolate - more assertive, yet not overly so - with lingering floral and light oak notes. Citrus and boiled sweets rule the palate, along with hints of ginger and cinnamon, while soft oak tones reveal toasted apples. The finish is medium sweet, malty and slightly dry. Bob Dalgarno The Macallan Whisky Maker The Macallan 1824 series has been created to showcase the beautiful range of Natural Colour found in our whiskies - each expression becoming increasingly darker and more complex. Bob Dalgarno, The Macallan Whisky Maker, has Hand Picked individual 100% sherry oak casks to deliver the rich colour that distinguishes this expression - a Single Malt of Exemplary Character & Flavour. The Macallan's Six Pillars No. 1 The Spiritual Home Easter Elchies House proudly watches over the distillery in Speyside, Scotland. Built in 1700, this Jacobean manor house is The Macalla's spiritual home No. 2 Curiously Small Stills The Macallan's curiously small and uniquely shaped copper stills help concentrate the flavour of the 'new make' spirit. No. 3 The Finest Cut The Macallan takes one of the finest new make spirit 'cuts' of any distillery in Scotland - typically a mere 16%. No. 4 Exceptional Oak Casks The Macallan 1824 Series is exclusively matured in sherry oak casks from Jerez, Spain. These casks are filled with aged sherries and left to mature before receiving our new make spirit. No. 5 Natural Colour The interaction of spirit and wood alone delivers the variety of rich natural colours that distinguish The Macallan range. No. 6 Peerless Spirit The Macallan is celebrated far and wide by experts and discerning drinkers as the world's most precious whisky. Discover more at themacallan.com
    £36.00(£5.14/100ml)
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  • Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Years Old (700ml).
    £25.00(£3.57/100ml)
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  • Non chilled-filtered This is the original, award-winning Penderyn single malt whisky, matured in ex-bourbon barrels and finished in ex Madeira casks for generous flavour and subtle complexity. The hillside village of Penderyn southern gateway to the wild beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park, gives its name to this unique Welsh single malt whisky, made here at the only distillery in Wales. One of the very few distilleries in private hands today, Penderyn continues a treasured tradition; in the 18th century an early Welsh distiller was among the founding fathers of bourbon distilling in America. Each day here we 'charge' our unique copper still with a specially fermented single variety malted barley wash. The day's distillation yields a single barrel of pure single malt spirit, which is married with spring water from our own source, then matured in selected first quality oak barrels. Unique distillation and careful maturation create a single malt whisky, in which a sweet, elegant, Penderyn house style shines through. Even then, there’s more to do. To attain their full depth and complexity of flavours, different hand-crafted expressions of Penderyn are aged or finished in different woods. The original Penderyn in this bottle has been aged in ex-bourbon barrels and finished in ex-Madeira wine casks to bring out its full golden character. At a generous 46% abv it has a classic freshness with aromas of cream toffee, rich fruit and raisins. The palate is crisp and finely rounded, with the sweetness to balance an appetising dryness. Notes of tropical fruit, raisins and vanilla persist in the finish. Like the fabled Welsh Gold (in Welsh, Aur Cymru) used to make heirloom jewellery proudly worn by kings and princes down the ages, Penderyn single malt is rare and highly prized. To those who love it, it's a new kind of Welsh Gold. Aur Cymr
    £35.00(£5.00/100ml)
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  • Pungent and potent, this is the great Islay malt. With richly peaty, deep, smoky flavours, it has an intense, long, ambrosial finish.
    £47.50(£6.79/100ml)
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  • One of the fastest growing single malt whiskies in the world - The must-have malt to stock in any respected whisky bar One of the softest deliveries on Speyside, the silky barley and citrus caress the taste buds with rare tenderness - Well respected by whisky experts The Glenrothes vintages are both finite and rare - Offers consumers the opportunity to drink a precious liquid that won’t always be available Unique ‘sample room’ bottle shape and hand-written label – Delivers exceptional back bar stand out Appearance Pale golden. Nose American oak vanilla and coconut, hint of plums. Palate Full malty flavour, medium sweet, vanilla and orange zest. Finish Long and slightly spicy. From 1879 until the mid 1990s The Glenrothes from Speyside was known as a ‘Top Class’ malt only by Scotch whisky makers. Happily it is now available as a single malt to a growing band of like- inded connoisseurs, with an awardwinning range of expressions including vintages and our house style Select Reserve. History and Heritage Origin/Location Hidden from the main street in the town of Rothes, Speyside, the distillery lies at the foot of the Mannoch hills beside the Rothes Burn. The water that it used in the process of making The Glenrothes comes from two natural springs - the Ardcanny and the Brauchhill, just a couple of miles upstream. History The first single malt from The Glenrothes distillery was bottled in 1994. Since then only a small number of vintages have been released, such is the exceptional quality required. Each vintage is, by definition, rare and finite and Select Reserve was therefore created to typify the house style of the distillery. Laden with juicy citrus, ripe fruits, creamy vanilla and a hint of spice the Select Reserve is the essence of The Glenrothes range. Production Maturity Not Age: We only bottle when the whisky is ready and at its peak, thus ensuring outstanding flavour and differentiation between the different expressions. Select Reserve embodies this policy and stands at the heart of the range. Careful Cask Selection: There is a very high rejection rate of casks of excellent whisky that are not deemed good enough for the Single Malt. In fact only 2% of production goes into The Glenrothes - the rest goes to blends. Stringent Wood Policy: The Edrington Group has Scotland’s most stringent wood policy, and is industry leader in maturation knowledge. We use a variety of casks to create a balance of flavours with great depth and structure. Unusually Slow Distillation: Very tall, uniform stills, a huge boiling ball with a second distillation at just ten litres per minute is probably the slowest in Scotland. This encourages reflux, reduces sulphur and increases exposure to copper, producing a consistently sweet, fruity, clean and elegant new spirit which develops with a distinct creamy texture once matured. Speyside single malt Scotch Whisky. Ripe fruits, citrus, vanilla, hints of spice.
    £37.00(£5.29/100ml)
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  • The only fully peated Highland malt - An intriguing proposition for any malt connoisseur Full, but relatively light, peating means more flavours compared to more heavily peated malts - The result is a more rounded flavour Enjoys the highest quality maturation, first in ex-bourbon barrels and then in traditional Quarter Casks - Greater contact with the oak gives a subtle sweetness Ardmore Traditional Cask Appearance Burnished gold. Nose A rich softness linked with a smooth, slightly dry aroma, combined with gentle, earthy, peat smoke. Palate Full and rich flavours fill the mouth with a creamy peat tang and a touch of vanilla and sweet ripe fruit. Finish Full, succulent and quite long. The Ardmore distillery was first established in 1898 by Adam Teacher, descendant of William Teacher; the founder of the famous Teacher's blended Scotch whisky and it is the fingerprint malt of the blend. Ardmore Traditional Cask is the only fully peated malt whisky from the Highlands of Scotland. Ardmore is the only Highland malt whisky to be fully peated. Mainland Scottish peating creates a different flavour than found on Islay, less ‘iodine’ and softer. The peating is subtle at 12 to 15 parts per million (vs 50 for Laphroaig), allowing more complex flavours to emerge. Ardmore is double cask matured, the second maturation being in small 19th Century style Quarter Casks created specially for Ardmore. Ardmore is bottled at 46% ABV and non-chill filtered, a more traditional process that further preserves more of the natural flavours. Ardmore is unusual in not carrying an age statement. It is matured between 6 and 13 years, but only our master distiller knows when the cask is ready. The Golden Eagle is the brand symbol and reminder that some things should never change. Both are rare and wonderful, and an encounter with either will live long in the memory. ARDMORE® FOUNDED 1898 HIGHLANDS. PEATED. TRADITIONAL CASK. MATURED FOR A FINAL PERIOD IN SMALL 19TH CENTURY STYLE 'QUARTER CASKS'. NON-CHILL FILTERED. Full & rich, with unique Highland peat-smoke notes. A lightly peated Highland malt with a final maturation in Quarter Casks, Ardmore is very much a rarity. Much like the magnificent Scottish Golden Eagle, still found riding the warm thermals above our distillery. TYPE: HIGHLAND SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY. METHOD: DOUBLE CASK MATURED. 100% PEATED. NON-CHILL FILTERED. TASTE: FULL, SMOOTH, PEAT-SMOKE AND EARTHY RICHNESS, TEMPERED BY SUBTLE SWEETNESS. Founded in 1898 by one of Scotland's most famous whisky families, Ardmore Single Malt has a long commitment to quality. William Teacher was a believer in traditional distilling methods and insisted that Ardmore only used the aromatic smoke from natural, Highland peat fires to dry our malted barley. Sadly, today, the high cost has meant that only one Highland Distillery still routinely fully 'peats' its standard malt. Ardmore is rightly proud to the be that distillery. Our traditional methods extend to maturation. Ardmore Traditional Cask is double matured, first in the most usual oak barrels, and then in much smaller 'Quarter Casks'. These were common in the 19th century, but are too costly for most distillers to use today. Finally, bottled at 46% ABV, Ardmore is only barrier rather than chill filtered thus preserving the natural flavours. These methods ensure we maintain the quality of our uniquely complex and rewarding malt whisky. www.ardmorewhisky.com 46% VOL.
    £32.00(£4.57/100ml)
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  • Cardhu Malt Whisky 12 Years Old (700ml).
    £36.00(£5.14/100ml)
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  • Matured for twelve years Perfectly balanced, naturally rich & smooth The sweet and fruity notes in this fine malt from Dufftown, at the heart of Speyside, are the product of traditional, slow distilling, using pure water from Highlandman John's Well. Long maturation in a unique balance of European and American Oak then gives The Singleton of Dufftown its smooth, richly satisfying taste.
    £34.00(£4.86/100ml)
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