SCOTCH WHISKY- SOME OF OUR FAVORITES..........
 

Suntory Hibiki 17 Year Old

A fantastic Japanese blend, made with aged malt and grain whiskies from Suntory's three distilleries. Spicy and sophisticated this will surprise any whisky enthusiast. Stunningly packed in a bevelled bottle that ooses class!

Awarded a Gold 'Editor's Choice' from the Whisky Magazine and picked up the top prize in it's category at the world Whisky awards.

The palate is sweet and rich. There are crisp notes of mixed peels, raisin and custard with a little zest and plenty of oak.

 
   

Nikka From The Barrel

The founder, Masataka Taketsuru, traveled to Scotland, from Japan, in 1918 to learn the process of distilling Scotch whisky first-hand.

In 1923 he joined Kotobukiya and helped to establish a distillery before starting Nikka in 1934. A very endearing, subtle malt with a strong whiff of peat.

This is a curious but superb marriage of different Japanese malts - and it really delivers. Brilliant.

 
   

Laphroig 10 Year Old

Really smoky and iodine rich. This has to be one of Scotland's most characterful drams. Laphroaig are known for their medicinal malts, and the classic 10 year old is no exception.

This whisky has become slightly sweeter in recent years, and it's beautiful on the nose, amidst the classic iodine/sticking plasters and cool wood smoke.

Recommended with water; it opens up the palate massively, providing a dazzling array of additional flavour.

 
   

Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Johnnie Walker's most prestigious whisky. Probably the most famous super-premium blend, made up of the finest old-aged malt and grain whiskies.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label is specially blended to recreate the authentic character and taste of some of the earliest whisky blends created in the 19th century.

Every bottle is serial numbered and sold in a silk-lined box, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

 
   

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Blended

The House of Schivas was built at Schivas in Aberdeenshire in 1640. In 1843, Chivas Brothers were granted a Royal Warrant to supply goods to Queen Victoria.

During the 1850s, James Chivas decided to respond to his affluent customers' demands for a smoother whisky, by beginning to blend whiskies to create a proprietary blend of Chivas Brothers.

'The blend for grown-ups.

 
   

Macallan 30 Year Old Single Malt

The nose is firm with a good body. Notes of marmalade, winter spice and a sherried sweetness. A little herbal note picks up. The palate is quite dry and full. Notes of rich winter spice and ground ginger and cinnamon.

The finish is of good length with an oaked backcloth.

Thirty year old Macallan is a rare whisky. The time spent maturing in carefully selected oak casks which have previously held Sherry or Bourbon creates a rich, intense liquid.

 
   

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban

The darkest and most intense whisky in the extra-matured range, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban has spent 10 years maturing in American white oak casks.

Finally this is transferred into specially selected ruby port pipes from the Quintas or wine estates of Portugal for the final 2 years before bottling.

The finish is long and fruity and quite sweet.

 
   

Lagavulin 16 Year Old

A much sought-after single malt with the massive peat-smoke that's typical of southern Islay - but also offering a dryness that turns it into a truly interesting dram.

The 16 year old has become a benchmark Islay dram from the Lagavulin distillery.

One of the smokiest noses from Islay. It's big, very, very concentrated, and redolent of iodine, sweet spices, good, mature sherry and creamy vanilla. Stunning!

 
   

Glenrothes Select Reserve

For 125 years, The Glenrothes Single Speyside Malt has been recognised as one of the finest of all single malt whiskies. It is the long and careful maturation in cask that forms the distinctive character of The Glenrothes.

Glenrothes challenged their Distiller, to find some exceptional casks to bottle as his 'Select Reserve'.

The result: delicious ripe fruits, fresh citrus flavours with oak-infused vanilla and a hint of spice, plus a typically creamy texture on the palate.

 
   

Auchentoshan - Classic - Three Wood - 12 Year Old

Auchentoshan Classic aimed at new drinkers of malt whisky, and has the easy-going drinkability to do the job.

Auchentoshan 3 Wood is matured initially in bourbon casks before being finished in Oloroso or Pedro Ximenez casks for an extra layer of rich, sweet fruitiness.

This Auchentoshan 12 yrs expression replaced the old 10 year-old a few years ago in 2008, when the range was totally revamped, and has been hailed as a big improvement on the occasionally lacklustre 10 Year Old.

 
   

Glenkinchie 12 Year Old

One of the few remaining Lowland distilleries, Glenkinchie’s rural location amid fields of barley, just twenty miles from the hustle and bustle of the capital, makes this “The Edinburgh Malt”.

It’s light character is borne from its distillation in some of Scotland’s largest stills; matured for 12 years, the result is a light, floral whisky with a fresh, creamy taste.

“Sweet and creamy with a lightly aromatic edge .” Dave Broom, whisky writer and expert.

 
   

Ardbeg 10 Year Old

When Ardbeg 10 was released it was the first expression from the distillery not to be chill-filtered. It's a true classic from Islay, and a must have for any fan of single malt whisky.

The smokiest and peatiest of all the Islay Malts, yet it has a fruity floral sweetness and complexity.

Exceptional balance and depth. At full strength, the aroma is a beguiling mix of toffee and chocolate sweetness, cinnamon spice and medicinal phenols.

 

 

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