• The standard release Port Charlotte produced at Bruichladdich. Made exclusively from Scottish barley and peated to 40ppm, Nonchillfiltered, naturally coloured and bottled at 50%.
  • The first of a new series from Bruichladdich, this Laddie Classic is a no-age-statement bottling intended, as the name would suggest, to showcase the classic 'Laddie style.
  • The first release in Octomore's four-strong Masterclass series, 8.1 is made using Scottish barley and is peated to 167ppm. Aged in American-oak barrels, this is fruity and smoky with notes of vanilla, melon, citrus and marzipan.
  • The 4th edition of the mysterious and limited Black Art was distilled in 1990 and bottled as a 23yo. Initially matured in ex-bourbon casks and then finished in a variety of assorted wine casks, the exact details retired master distiller and legendary whisky maker, Jim McEwan, never disclosed. Nonchillfiltered, naturally coloured and bottled at cask strength of 49.2%.
  • Grain whiskey reserved for Bushmills Original is slowly matured for a minimum of five years in American oak casks before blending with Irish Single Malt whiskey to produce this original blend.
  • A blended Scotch malt in the Glenbrynth range. Bottled at 43%.
  • A favourite expression in the Dalmore stable, this 15-year-old is elegant and smooth, with lipsmacking texture and the flawless balance one would expect from blending maestro Richard Paterson.
  • Jura 16 YO

    R1,299.00
    With the smoothness of the 10 year-old allied to extra complexity from more ageing, this is a winner. 'A delicious and sophisticated dram with impressive depth and almost perfect weight.
  • Shackleton

    R540.00
    Building on his recreation of Mackinlay's Rare Old Highland Malt, combining the best Highland malt whiskies and allowing them to marry over a long period, Paterson has created an enigmatic blended malt with a dash of body and a whisper of smoke. With complex notes of vanilla, honey and orchard fruits, the whisky has real warmth and depth, much like Shackleton himself.
  • It has all the true characteristics of a traditional scotch without the a noticeablly heavy smoky peatiness. But don’t let that fool you. This thirty year old blended malt scotch whisky has a rich and complex nose with deep vanilla darkness and delicate spice.
  • A relaunched Singleton, this time from Dufftown, to replace the now-defunct Singleton of Auchroisk. This smooth, mellow dram is designed to attract new drinkers to the malt category.
  • The Singleton brand actually draws its whiskies from three different distilleries. This release is a 15yo single malt whisky produced at the lesser-known Glendullan distillery in Speyside, Scotland.