• The ideal introduction to a world of flavour, subtle smoke and sweetness in perfect balance.
  • Monkey Shoulder is a mix of three different Speyside single malts and is great with mixers or just on its own. Smooth, sweet and very easy to drink
  • Cardhu 12

    R900.00
    A well-balanced, gentle single malt from Speyside. Cardhu 12 is a very well put together malt.
  • The 10yo is now available locally in SA for the first time ever, and in the very smart new bottle released in 2017. No information is given on casks, although it seems to rely more on American oak to provide for an altogether easier and gentler daily dram. Naturally coloured and bottled at 43%.
  • An easy-drinking reliable whisky from Glen Grant, featuring the revise bottle design launched in mid-2016. This humble and affordable whisky won Single Malt of the Year (multiple casks) for 2016 by Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible. Bottled at 43%.
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Sophisticated and complex. A distinctly different bourbon created with precise craftsmanship. Made from a signature “high rye” recipe and the marriage of select barrels carefully chosen by our Master Distiller. 1792 Bourbon has an expressive and elegant flavour profile. Unmistakable spice mingles with sweet caramel and vanilla to create a bourbon that is incomparably brash and bold, yet smooth and balanced. Elevating whiskey to exceptional new heights, 1792 Bourbon is celebrated by connoisseurs worldwide.
  • This small batch bottling consists of hand selected casks which are given further maturation in ex-rum barrels imparting extra character and smooth flavour unique to Irish whiskey. Bottling at 46% with no chill filtration completes an Irish whiskey of true character.
  • Glendalough Double Barrel
  • An Oloroso sherry matured Glendronach, released under the new ownership of the distillery. Allardice is set to be a success.
  • Green Spot

    R679.00
    Part of Irish Distillers’ single pot still range. Produced specifically for Dublin grocer Mitchell and Sons, this no-age-statement (NAS) whiskey was once only available in Dublin. The name comes from a practice of marking different ages of maturing barrels of whiskey with a dab of paint. Approximately a quarter of the whisky was matured in ex-sherry casks. Bottled at 46%.
  • An Oa (pronounced ‘an oh’) joined the core Ardbeg range in 2017. Matured in a combination of ex-Pedro Ximénez sherry casks, virgin oak and ex-Bourbon barrels and then vatted and married in a new bespoke "gathering vat" made from French oak. Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 46.6%.