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Macallan 12yo Big Sherry Oak
1750ml 43.00%
It’s Macallan… It’s Sherried… It’s Huge! 11750ml of pure sherried joy. This is a dying breed. Age statements are on the way out and getting hold of sherry Maccas in Oz has become an almost impossible task, so this 750ml bottling comes from the USA. The nose is that inviting mixture of dried fruits, a hint of furniture polish, crisp malt and kitchen spicy oak. Brilliant, as the sherry fruit flavours appear not to be too fresh or too cloying. Big palate, long palate, there’s that famed Macca heavy weight spirit, grippy oak. The sherry influence is on the milder side, thus showing off that magic weighty Macallan spirit to its fullest. Lingering. Very much a treat.

Macallan 21yo Fine Oak Triple Oak
700ml 43.00%
An older possibly pre- 2015 bottling of a Macca FO 21yo, and doesn't it look dark? The Triple Casks refer to the whisky being matured in Spanish oak with sherry, American oak with sherry and American oak with bourbon contained in them. Typical Macallan richness and fruitiness. Now highly collectible.

Mortlach Rare Old
500ml 43.40%
This is art of the new incarnation of the fabulously rich, flavoursome and very hard to come by Mortlach. Matured both in bourbon and sherry casks. Be warned, it comes in a 500ml bottle. From Whisky For Every One, "On the palate this feels robust, a little feisty and hot. There is a lovely battle going on between the sweet, savoury and spicy notes. First comes delicious sweet notes of toffee, salted caramel and honeycomb. These are quickly joined by a luscious rich fruity characteristic which is reminiscent of a mix of raisins, dried mango and spiced orange. Underneath are notes of vanilla, crystalised ginger and vanilla pods, all of which are backed up and complimented by a distinct savoury characteristic. This manifests itself as a yeasty, slightly meaty note which adds depth, warmth and complexity. The finish is long and becomes increasingly dry with a lovely tobacco leaf/cigar-like earthiness coming through to compliment the sweeter elements."

Singleton Of Dufftown Tailfire
700ml 40.00%
Entry level Dufftown that was launched in 2014 but looks like it is matured in Euro oak sherry casks. So expect the richness of Dufftown spirit with plenty of fruitiness. And you have to be a fly fisherman to understand the name. I thought it had something to do with a big night in a UK curry shop?

Acorn Clynelish 1997 18yo Homage To Caledonia Cask 6934
700ml 50.10%
I was shown these a month of so ago and was surprised to see that they are from a Japanese Indie bottler, Acorn. Aaaah Clynelish, always a big fave of mine, all that seaside flavours, piercing palate and just the right amount of peat. And look at the age and Alc. Perfect.

Ardmore Legacy
700ml 40.00%
Entry level Ardmore that is quite rich and creamy given it's youthful stance.

Blackadder Black Snake Vat 1 Fourth Venom
700ml 59.90%
This is one of Robin Tucek's clever concoctions, as it is derived from a solera system. Here's how one retailer explains it, "The latest concoction of John Tucek, take some barrels single malt whisky, of which the distillery is not disclosed, let it mature into two ex oloroso sherry casks and through the so-called solera system the casks still be emptied for 2/3 from below and filled again from above. Soft and supple, long palate with gentle kitchen spice and dried fruits. Hint of peat.

Blackadder Raw Cask Peat Reek
700ml 61.30%
This is Blackadder's big peat monster possibly made up a of one or a number of highly peated & assertive whiskies. And being Raw Cask, means you get the added bonus of the bits in the bottom of the bottle. Tasting notes to follow.

Cadenhead Aberfeldy 1997 17yo
700ml 46.00%
The heart and soul of Dewar's big selling blended whisky but as a single malt, it's one we don't often see. So an aged, indie bottling should be a real treat. In their words, "Some herbal notes: sage and basil along with some soft woodiness. Some dried pineapple, white chocolate and more spiced apple notes to finish."

Cadenhead Single Cask Royal Brackla 1984 30yo
700ml 54.10%
With the recent release of the revitalised Royal Brackla brand, with this dram you can see what the original Brakla was all about. Fully matured in ex bourbon hogsheads, this dram has been described by Mark Watt at Cadenhead as, "Soft oakiness, orange liqueur and a faint hint of spice. Quite full bodied with chocolate and runny toffee." 192 released world wide.

Cadenhead Single Cask Teaninich 1983 32yo
700ml 47.50%
A massive, 10mill lts per annum, Diageo owned distillery where almost all of the production goes into Johnnie Walker. The only official release has been a 10yo Flora & Fauna. So a 32yo, ex bourbon hogshead matured dram appears in my warehouse. Wow! From Cadenhead's head honcho, Mark Watt, "More orangey notes emerge along with some distant perfumed smoke, green tea; basil and oregano." Only 162 bottles released world-wide.

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Blair Athol 1988 28yo
700ml 53.60%
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 1988, bottled 2017, 2 x ex Bourbon casks, out-turn: 306 bottles. According to Watt, "Chocolate eclairs, soft allspice, more toffee and whipped cream."

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Fettercairn 1988 28yo
700ml 55.40%
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 1988, bottled 2017, from 3 x Ex Bourbon casks, out-turn: 750 bottles. Official notes read, "Marzipan, icing sugar, crystallized oranges and soft oakiness."

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Knockdhu 2006 10yo
700ml 56.50%
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. I'll leave this one to Dave Broom writing in Aug 2017, "Slightly hot, but to start with it adds energy rather than obscuring the flavour, though it slightly dominates the back palate. The floral elements are retained nicely, alongside some sweet spice. Water adds a powdery dryness on the sides, alongside cut flowers and fruit blossom. Rather delicious.79pts." Distilled 2006, bottled 2017 from 3 x ex Bourbons casks, out-turn: 768.

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Macduff 10yo
700ml 46.00%
This is the one we have all been waiting for: the Wm Cadenhead 175th Anniversary celebration bottling. Official bottlings are called Deveron and I have to say I don't think I have tried too many of this new, 1960, distillery's offerings in the past. Distilled in 2006, bottled 2017 from 2 x ex Bourbon casks with an out-turn of 720 bottles. From Mark Watt, "White chocolate, pink peppercorns, banana leaves. Very fresh."

Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Ord 2005 12yo
700ml 55.80%
An indie bottling from one, massive distillery, also know as Glen Ord_. In fact it is second only to Roseisle. Output is around the 6 million litres mark. All bourbon oak, only 576 bottles released and tasting of, "Shortbread, blueberries and growing bananas."

Cadenhead Small Batch Aberfeldy 1997 19yo
700ml 55.30%
An aged Aberfeldy is never a bad thing. Distilled 1997, bottled 2016, 2 x ex Bourbon casks, out-tun: 528 bottles. Official notes read, "Spicy note, lemon meringue, apricots, syrup, lime and spiced apple."

Cadenhead Small Batch Blair Athol 1997 19yo
700ml 54.50%
This distillery's fame lies in the fact it one of the most visited distilleries in Scotland. What the...!? Because it is the home of the Bells. Not often seen as either an official or indie bottling. From Cadenhead, "Brambles, lingering creaminess, with more pineapple and some flinty notes. After dinner dram for those of us who are less keen on the western malts, This is a big dram but not overpowering in any way. So nice to get a dram like this."

Cadenhead Small Batch Deanston 1994 19yo
700ml 56.40%
Deanston! What the f....I've never liked in the past as they are usually sulfured, hard and awkward in style. But this is different: it's so clean! No wonder they got rid of this barrel, it would not have suited their official style in the 1990's. In their words, "Nose Waxy fruits and green apple skins along with some cold meats. Lots of lemon notes, some olives and fig chutney. Palate Spiced apples, green bananas, whole limes and coconut milk. Fresh cut grass and lots of fragrant herbs. Finish White wine, watermelon, cloves and a little oily." Only 846 bottles produced.

Cadenhead Small Batch Ord 2006 10yo
700ml 58.00%
Good lord! It's an Ord!! Founded 1838, 1st bottled as a single malt in 2002. This youngster was distilled in 2006, bottled in 2016, from ex Bourbon caks with an out-turn of 612 bottles. According to Mark Watt at Cadenheads, "Chewy and mouth coasting syrup. Cold meats and mellower waxy note with honey."

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