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Scottish whiskies are among the world’s most revered spirits. There are varying styles, though all can be delectable masterworks in their own right. Some are flavoured heavily by peat and smoke, others are light and fruity. Coastal whiskys are often flavoured by the sea and a refined salinity can be found. There is always a sweetness; sometimes in omnipresence, sometimes lurking in the substrata.
There are regional distinctions in Scotch whisky much like the wine appellations of France. The robust, aromatic clarets of Bordeaux can be paralleled with the pungent, powered single malts from the Highlands. The sweet, fragrant, floral whites of Alsace are comparable with the gentle, fruity expressions from the Lowlands. The profusion of Scotch distilleries is such that it is difficult, and unwise, to make broad generalisations. To truly master the subject, one must first embark on a lifetime’s journey - a journey of knowledge, history and experience.
A classic, first produced during the 1930s. Duncan Taylor took the helm in 2001 and continues to blend Black Bull from equal measures of malt and grain whisky.
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,
The first of three cask finished blends from the Boann Distillery's 'Whistler Irish Whiskey Range'. The Whistler Oloroso Sherry Cask Blend is comprised of malt and grain whiskey which has then been finished in a Solera Oloroso Sherry Butt for a nine month
Named for the bodegas where some of Spain’s most exquisite Oloroso Sherry Butts were sourced and matured some of Ireland’s finest triple distilled single malt in them for at least 5 long years, which created a single malt with juicy, sherry vibrancy whils
The Whistler P.X. I Love You Single Malt is a fantastic example of the decadence of the Pedro Ximénez sherry and the influence this fortified wine’s casks can have on excellent single malt Irish whiskey. Finished for at least 9 months in PX casks.
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).
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.
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
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
Tasting notes: On the nose sherry sweetness mingles with aromas of heather honey and apple blossom. On the palate its complexity shows itself: at first sweet and creamy, then soft bourbon notes begin to shine through. Hints of oak and vanillin are prese
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.
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,
What makes SLYRS Whisky so unique? Is it the Bavarian sun-ripened summer barley, the pure mineral water or the gentle maturity? The mix of all these features and the observant eyes of the experienced distillers creates a strong aroma with a hint of smoke
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.
When Bunnahabhain occasionally makes a peated whisky, there are no compromises... and it’s a really smoky one. A huge difference in style compared to their standard fruity and unpeated distillate, it’s unmistakeably Islay from the first whiff.
The delicate whisky from this distillery in Speyside, usually very light in body and known for its flowery and honeyed touch, has received an extra layer of fruity richness thanks to a finish of twenty months in second fill sherry casks.
A young, vibrant and playful Glenrothes, with just the right amount of Oloroso sherry to give it a dry style, but only a hint of winey character. At the nose it’s nutty, peppery, fruity but with restraint. Its dry and spicy style becomes immediately evide
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