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Ardbeg 10yo
700ml 46.00%
Since Glenmorangie and then Moet Hennessy got behind this distillery, there has been no looking back as this so called "entry level" malt is of a standard that few malts have ever come close to. Clean, precise, intense, complex, mouthfilling and of course highly peaty. Awesome in all departments. Just ask Jim Murray, Franz Scheurer and a raft of other notable whisky scribes. Buxton's 101.

Ardbeg 10yo Mor 4500ml
One enormous amount of peaty malt. This is the latest, 2015 edition of this now famous or infamous large scale malt, coming in at 46% abv (thatís 163.5 standard Aussie drinks!). This 6.5kg behemoth, supposedly the largest bottle of single malt in the world, contains spirit entirely made by Ardbeg.

Ardbeg An Oa
700ml 46.60%
So do we say goodnight to Corryvreckan and say so-long to Uigeadail? That's what I was told, but then others beg to differ. So, meet the new no age statement Ardbeg: An Oa, Is it going to be their replacement? A mix of casks including PX Sherry, Bourbon oak, French oak charred new oak. Dry and sooty is how one pundit put it while Murray rates it at 95.5pts.

Ardbeg Auriverdes
700ml 49.90%
Ardbeg Day 2014 Release It's all about football but the dram is highly intriguing. Fuller notes to follow...but in the meantime here's some official notes, "The casks are American white oak ex-Bourbon barrels, which were shipped over from the United States as per the norm. The insides of the barrels had therefore been charred in the traditional, Bourbon specification manner. From Caskstrength.com, "Nose: Hot, with some distinct Ardbeg smokiness (sweet cure bacon), alongside a little dry spiciness, a big waft of vanilla pipe tobacco, expresso coffee, a touch of ginger and an injection of some lighter citrus zest - fresh lemon and lime. It's powerful, but with a light touch alongside - think Didier Drogba... Palate: More classic Ardbeg fullness, the smoke turning a little more medicinal, with greener notes (fresh orchard fruit) and something a little more savoury - sweet potato perhaps? There is a youthful zestiness at play too but the mouthfeel is superb, with more smoked meat, vanilla and a candied sweetness - the 10 year old is a good reference point, but it has a little more depth alongside. Finish: Surprisingly dry, with a lingering oaky spice, some sooty residue and a last-gasp citrus bite."

Ardbeg Corryvreckan
700ml 57.10%
It comes from Ardbeg's experiments in the late 1990's and suprisngly is matured or part matured in French oak along with the usual ex Bousbon oak. Belived to be a marriage of Ardbeg's 10yo and Uigeadail. From John Hansell, Malt Advocate, "Powerful, muscular, well-textured, and invigorating. Even within the realm of Ardbeg, this one stands out. The more aggressive notes of coal tar, damp kiln, anise and smoked seaweed are supported by an array of fruit."

Ardbeg Uigeadail
700ml 54.20%
The Uigeadail adds sherry to the Ardbeg range, and a mighty fine dram it is. Very intense, lots of peat (as you could imagine) but the addition of fino sherry oak along with the trademark bourbon wood to the mix, adds another dimension to this champion malt. Buxton's 101 & 97.5pts Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2010.

Ardbeg Uigeadail 4500ml
Yes is's big and very limited. Did I sat that it's really BIG? 4.5lt of pur cask strength peatiness.

Bowmore 15yo Darkest
700ml 43.00%
A big, well sherried but subtly peated Bowmore. In 2012 Jason of Scotch Whisky Reviews wrote, ""Nose": Coal, lit barbecue briquettes, smoking North Atlantic seaside bonfire. "Palate": Smooth. Combination of Islay peat and sherry flavors. Think a sea surge of peat/smoke meeting crates of chocolate and raisins from a lorry that rolled over into the bay. Lilacs. "Finish": Lime slices in ice water with medicinal notes, sea salt and how can it be? Ginger.."

Bowmore The Devils Casks Double The Devil Release 3 First Fill Sherry Casks
700ml 56.70%
The last of this famous Bowmore series of specialist bottlings. A mix of Oloroso and PX sherry oak are used for the maturation of this fulsome dram. From The Whiskey Reviewer< "Funk, youth, fire. This release is a high octane syrupy mess, but I mean this in the best way. This is a young whisky, but one that makes up for its immaturity with brute force. Plus, the use of two first-fill sherry casks in the batch and being bottled at cask strength does much to make up for this being NAS, unlike its predecessors. The mouthfeel is even, with a spicy sugar note and hints of peat smoke."

Bruichladdich Octomore 5yo 06.1 Scottish Barley 167ppm
700ml 57.00%
All I'll say is this: 5yo, 167ppm, 57% abv. Go on...I dare you!

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte Heavily Peated Scottish Barley
700ml 50.00%
Bruichladdich at 40ppm and at 50%. They at Bruichladdich call it floral and elegant.

Bunnahabhain 25yo
700ml 46.30%
Very impressive, every part of this malt is in harmony and in balance. Only 400 bottles released of this voluptuous, lightly peated malt. Lots of caramel fudge & ice cream notes and then the dark chocolate, toffee and ginger spice kicks in. Very much the gentle giant of the non peated whisky styles. As Jim Marray says, "Yeah, this is the business".

Cadenhead Islay 7yo
700ml 57.60%
As I have always said, "Keep 'em young, keep 'em peaty" . And best of all, "keep 'em cask strength!" As Mark Watt declares, "Smoke peat and iodine are the order of the day. Rich coastal notes naturally with that all too familiar TCP & burning wood note." So who is it from? Laga, laga, laga, I just can't quite say it.

Cadenhead Single Cask 175th Caol Ila 1982 33yo
700ml 50.20%
RARE It's a tad confusing: there are the official 17th Anniversary bottlings as indicated on the label and there are these that sport the 175th outer packaging. Distilled 1983, bottled 2017, ex Bourbon cask, out-tun 198 bottles. An you just have to love Watt's words, "leg of lamb with rosemary, lots of mineral notes with hints of rabbit and crispy sage...distant smoke, dry ash..."

Cadenhead Single Cask Bunnahabhain 1999 16yo
700ml 49.70%
From Cadenhead's Single Cask range, this bright Bunny has certainly been caught in the headlights. Distilled 1999, bottled 2016, ex Bourbon cask with three years in sherry hogshead, out-turn: 276 bottles. Mark Watt writes, "Slight saltiness, soft spice; limes, dark chocolate, cocktail cherries and strawberries."

Cadenhead Small Batch Bruichladdich 1992 24yo
700ml 53.30%
This is a bit of an oddity and possibly a rarity as it comes from the era, where my sources state that this distillery, owned by Invergordon Distillers, was closed. Officially my sources state that Whyte & Mackay didn't take over the distillery until 1993 from Invergordon. So, distilled in 1992, bottled 2016, 3 x ex Bourbon casks, out-turn: 588 bottles. from Mark Watt at Cadenhead, "Sulanas, flaked bananas and creamy, with more citrus and a minty herbal note."

Caol Ila 12yo
700ml 43.00%
This is the best way to get to know the Caol Ila style: softly pungent, oily, peppery, briny, rubbery, mid palate richness leading off to a long dry, mouth-watering clean, smoky finish. And for those that really care, all the maturation is done on the mainland. Buxton's 101.

Caol Ila 12yo
200ml 43.00%
This is the best way to get to know the Caol Ila style: softly pungent, oily, peppery, briny, rubbery, mid palate richness leading off to a long dry, mouth-watering clean, smoky finish. And for those that really care, all the maturation is done on the mainland. And in a beaut 200ml bottle.

Caol Ila 18yo
700ml 43.00%
Another malt that makes me go weak at the knees! Sweet, malty, a touch of almonds & stone fruit, perfect amount of smoke and a texture to die for. Long, lingering and very yum.

Caol Ila 2002 11yo Distillers Edition
700ml 43.00%
Take one standard issue Caol Ila 12yo with its pure & heavily peated spirit and pour it into a cask that once held a lusciously sweet Moscatel dessert style wine. And it works, that old synergy of sweet flavours contrasting dry smokey flavours.

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