• A dark amber-gold, full sweet vanilla delicately smoked with a rich and long lasting finish. Glenfarclas 21yo is delicious stuff, and a bargain at this price.
  • A full 60% abv, yet the sweet, rich, spicy distillery character is still very much in evidence. A very small drop of water is recommended to open up the flavours.
  • One up from the standard 10-year-old bottling, the 12 Year Old has two more years in the cask and is a step closer to the sherry-heavy older expressions.
  • 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 limited edition 18 year old variation on Douglas Laing's Rock Oyster Island blended malt, made exclusively with whiskies distilled on Arran, Jura, Islay and Orkney. We told ourselves that we wouldn't made a B-52s reference when writing this bottling note, and we're sticking to that promise.
  • 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.
  • Powers Gold Label is a classic Irish whiskey, introduced in 1791 by John Powers & Sons. It was once a pure pot still whiskey - these days, it's a blend of pot still and grain whiskeys with plenty of honey notes and subtle peppery spices.
  • 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.
  • First released in 2008, Corryvreckan is now part of the core Ardbeg range. Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon casks and new French oak. It takes its name from the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay. Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 57.1%
  • An absolutely classic whisky if there ever was one, and a must-have for newcomers and experienced enthusiasts alike. Bottled at 43%.
  • Extra ageing has calmed the impact of the phenols, with the peat arriving on the palate late, and tempered by smooth oak. A very mellow, mature Islay malt.
  • 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.