• This is the second addition to the 'Spot' range of Irish whiskies, which contains the famous Green Spot Pot Still Whiskey. The Yellow Spot is a single pot still Irish whiskey which has been matured in three types of cask: American Bourbon cask, Spanish Sherry butts and Spanish Malaga casks for a sweeter flavour.
  • Writers Tears Double Oak marries both single malt and single pot still whiskeys after a triple distillation, and is aged in both American oak and French oak Cognac casks.
  • Uncomplicated, light and yet full of flavor.
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    A small batch American whiskey, produced by the Woodford Distillery in Kentucky, USA. A gentle aroma of cream toffee and sweet vanilla, followed by a nutty dryness.
  • Becoming Scotland's northernmost mainland whisky producing distillery when it released its first single malt in March 2016, Wolfburn is built just 350m away from the ruins of the 19th century distillery from which it takes its name. With long fermentation, slow manual distillation and maturation taking place at least partly in quarter casks that previously held peated whisky from Islay, this is a release we've eagerly anticipated!
  • A late 2017 addition to Wolfburn's core range, Morven is a lightly peated single malt from the northernmost distillery in mainland Scotland. This expression rounds out the distillery's range well (which also features their signature Northland Single Malt and the handsomely Sherried Aurora Single Malt) and shows that the relatively new distillery has plenty to offer already.
  • Wolfburn Aurora is matured in three different types of cask: refill quarter casks, first-fill bourbon barrels and first-fill oloroso sherry hogsheads. The three components are married to produce a sweet whisky with hints of spice.
  • An Irish single malt produced at one of the newer Irish distilleries, West Cork, established in 2003, who are also the only Irish distillery to malt all their own barley. Matured exclusively in ex-bourbon casks. Bottled at 43%.
  • A blend of Irish malt and grain whisky, both produced at the West Cork distillery, and matured exclusive in American oak, ex-bourbon casks. Bottled at 43%.
  • The 15 Year Old Trilogy is the very pinnacle of our craft. Across three generations of Williams, the three unique crafts of distillation, blending and maturation in finest oak were honed. The Tullamore D.E.W. signature blending of all three types of triple distilled Irish whiskey; pot still, malt and grain brings out a uniquely complex yet smooth taste.
  • Our 12 Year Old Special Reserve is a carefully crafted blend of old Irish whiskeys. They say with age comes wisdom, or in this case, complexity, character and maturity - one of the reasons why this truly unique whiskey has been awarded plaudits in abundance from whiskey connoisseurs around the world.
  • Launched in 2017, this limited release of Timorous Beastie from Douglas Laing has been aged for 18 years. Gently spicy with notes of dark fruit, honey, and vanilla.
  • A specialist small batch bottling, Timorous Beastie has been created using only the finest Highland Malts including Dalmore, Glengoyne and Glen Garioch. The name Timorous Beastie comes from Robert Burns' famous Scots poem 'To a Mouse'; in which it is immortalised as a timid little field mouse. However this Timorous Beastie is certainly not for the fainthearted!
  • The Pogues

    R319.00
    The official whiskey of the legendary Celtic punk band The Pogues, produced by West Cork Distillers. This blend has a 50:50 malt to grain ratio. The malt is a combination of 10yo matured in ex-sherry oak casks and 7yo matured in ex-bourbon oak casks, with the grain a 4yo matured in ex-bourbon oak casks. Developed by Barry Walsh and Frank McHardy (from Springbank fame). Bottled at 43%.
  • The Macallan Rare Cask single malt Scotch whisky was introduced to the UK in mid 2015, after being launched in the US in late 2014. It's comprised of whiskies drawn from 16 different Sherry cask styles, chosen by Macallan's Master Whisky Maker Bob Dalgarno. A high proportion of these casks are first fill, and has resulted in a rich, spicy Speyside single malt, bursting with honey'd raisin, root ginger and decadent chocolate notes.
  • The Macallan Fine Oak 15 Years Old forms part of the Fine Oak range and is matured for a minimum of fifteen years in three exceptional oak cask types. This complex combination of casks delivers a rich flavour profile with notes of chocolate, dried fruits and cinnamon.
  • The 12 year old expression from The Macallan Fine Oak Range, matured in a selection of American and European oak casks seasoned with Sherry, as well as American oak casks seasoned with bourbon.
  • Brand new to our shores is the latest release from Macallan, first launched in overseas markets in 2016. Matured exclusively in ex-sherry casks, both European and American oak. Naturally coloured and bottled at 43%.
  • The latest Glenlivet takes it's place as the entry expression in the range, and is set to totally replace the 12yo in SA over the next 1-2 years (as it has in the UK since it's release in early 2015).
  • This excellent 18 year old single malt from Glenlivet is a classic Speyside dram, it also won two golds at the International Wine and Spirits Competition.
  • Bottled at 43%.
  • Bottled at 43%.
  • An Oloroso sherry matured Glendronach, released under the new ownership of the distillery. Allardice is set to be a success.