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A 1999 vintage Glen Spey single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a refill hogshead from January 1999 to February 2015. It was then bottled as part of the excellent Old Particular range by Douglas Laing, with 224 bottles produced.
The Lakes Distillery has released its fourth Whiskymaker's Reserve, and once again it's an excellent English single malt whisky built with a fabulous selection of casks. This time, the whisky was aged in a combination casks that previously held Oloroso, P
The House of Rum Venezuela Diplomatico batch # 3 2011 comes to us from Distilerias Unidas S.A. (DUSA), which are famous for their flagship rum, the Diplomatico. The production of this rum is complex, as it uses various raw materials, stills and barrels.
Behold, a lesser-spotted Teaninich single malt! This was distilled over in the Highlands in , and spent its 12 years of ageing in a pair of hogsheads. Signatory bottled it up for its Un-Chillfiltered Collection,
An 8 year old Clynelish here from The Single Malts of Scotland's Reserve Casks independent bottling series. This particular parcel was drawn from five barrels and bottled at 48% ABV in 2020. Always a treat to see tasty indie Clynelish.
The Glencairn Whisky Glass is a revolutionary whisky glass that really lets one savor the taste and complexity of fine whisky. These are great to use for any of your Single Malt Whisky's, Irish Whiskey's, and also your single barrel bourbons. With ...
Fabulous single malt, bottled by Elements of Islay, it's the eleventh expression of the "Lg" range. Distilled at mystery Islay distillery with a nine-letter name – it shouldn't be the toughest conundrum to figure out! 1,067 bottles were produced for this
This expression from The Lakes Distillery's The ONE range was given a finishing in Moscatel casks! The blended whisky at this expression's core has taken on a wealth of fruity, chocolatey notes from the wine casks, making for a satisfying sip.
A blended Irish whiskey from the Barr an Uisce range, which is based in Wicklow (it's on the east coast of Ireland, a bit south of Dublin). Made with 80% grain whiskey and 20% malt whiskey, the blend enjoys a finishing period in Oloroso sherry casks for 6
From a Gaelic word meaning "life", this robust single malt comes from one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, located in the southern Highlands. Renowned for its traditional fruity and flowery style, this distillery once in a while also makes a heavily pea
Rhum Nation 21 Year Old Panama Decanter Black is a special edition of the famous 21 Year Old Panama from the Italian house Rum Nation. In this opaque black decanter, we find the work of several ronero maestros. Coming from Cuba, they gave their advice to
La Maison du Rhum Salvador Maja batch # 3 2011 comes from a small country in Central America bordered by the Pacific. It is a molasses rum resulting from a complex assembly process developed by Don Pancho Fernandez, famous Cuban maestro ronero.
The Maison du Rhum Panama batch # 3 2009 comes from a volcanic soil in Central America, suitable for the cultivation of sugar cane. Panama is endowed with large distilleries which have impressive stocks of old rums. These molasses rums are all column dist
All the way from Ireland's County Donegal comes An Dúlamán Irish Maritime Gin, which wears its coastal influence on its sleeve. The botanical selection for this tipple includes five different varieties of locally-harvested seaweed, alongside six other spe
Sliabh Liag Distillers has shown its smoky side with this Irish blend, dubbed The Legendary Dark Silkie! Taking inspiration from 19th century Donegal whiskey, a triple distilled peated single malt is at the core of this expression,
Released in January 2016, this is a Douglas Laing Old Particular bottling of Glengoyne single malt, matured in a single refill hogshead from December 1996 to August 2015.
While you may be more familiar with Deerstalker's single malts, there are also a series of blended malts featuring the Deerstalker name (and, of course, a chap wearing the eponymous hat on the label).
Blaasveld Broek refers to the beautiful nature reserve Het Broek next to Stokerij De Molenberg in Blaasveld. For centuries peat (dried peat) was extracted there, which at the time mainly served as fuel for local residents and also for drying barley malt.
The whisky from the only distillery in the coastal town of Fort William, with a view of the highest Scottish mountain from which it takes its name, is always very sought after. Its malty character, medium body and fresh notes of oranges are quite unmistak
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