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Old Pulteney 12yo
700ml 40.00%
A beaut introduction to this classic salty, seaside malt. Sheery influenced and rated as one of the Ten Best Scotch Whiskies by Charles MacLean for the Independent newspapaer in 2009! "An elegant malt from Wick...this has a lighlty maritime charachter and goes well with fish and seafood". Well said Mr MacLean.

Old Pulteney 17yo
700ml 46.00%
Nestling in the township of Wick near John O'Groat, comes the malts of this vastly overlooked and underrated distillery of Old Pulteney. Thanks to Inverhouse, this a brand that is going under some much needed re-vitalisation. The 17yo is sweet, fruity on the nose with a hint of woodiness and butterscotch plus the distinctive Pulteney sea breeze. Full bodied with vanilla and floral overtones and a long-lasting finish. No chill filtering and praise be the Lord, they claim no caramel colouring. Buxton's 101.

Old Pulteney 21yo
700ml 46.00%
This is now a discontinued line from this vastly underrated distillery. It is surprisingly light and fruity with hints of honey, vanilla and smoke, the finish is dry & very smooth. Jim Murray's Scottish Whisky of the Year in 2015 and World Whisky Of Year in 2012, at 97.5pts, as he states, "absolutely exploding from the glass with vitality, charisma and class."

Springbank 15yo PSI 10th Anniversary Single Cask
700ml 48.30%
Ten years I've been putting up with Shane K and what a trip it has been! Thanks Mate and well done on surviving 10 years in the whisky business. Can anyone remember the famed 1998 PSI bottling? Well this is a more than worthy replacement. Full, rich and very powerful and possibly one of the last private bottlings to come out of Springbank. Numbers are pitiful so get in quick. And from Shane K, "deep & dark Big lifted nose, creme brullee, toffee, sumptuous oak, whiff of smoke, rich, sweet, muscat, solid, The mouth is so rich, long and wide, lush, sweet, jelly like, hints of smoke, lush oak, mid palate grip belies 48%, lingering tannic finish, quite a mouthfull, This is what I like!"

Tomatin 2004 12yo The Whisky Show Moscatel Single Cask
700ml 56.80%
I know. I'm a little bit late in getting hold of this 2017 one-off offering. I must be getting a bit slow in my dotage! But how good is it? The malt quality is as impressive and and rich as I have ever seen. And it needs the extra spirit to keep it liveley and push all those sweet malty flavours down the palate. But then we get the oak. A very pleasing combination of American oak and then top dressed in sweet moscatel casks. And it shows. Hints of white pepper and cinnamon combine well with the typical American oak flavours. The the dried citrus fruit flavours kick in. Very well balanced. Only 314 bottles produced.

Wolfburn 3yo 2016 Standard Release
700ml 46.00%
Well it's finally arrived! Scotland's newest distillery with an actual single malt for sale. The distillery is built on the site of the original Wolfburn that closed 150 years ago! And this release comes from the spirit distilled for the first time since 1866 in 2013. For the moment I am going to let Dave Broom at ScotchWhisky.com describe this brand new dram, "Nose Light and soft with poached pear and a hint of clove and vanilla, then some smoky wood/ burnt bannocks. Becomes more scented, with elements of privet and cherry blossom, then lemon balm and a huge hit of fresh mint. Becomes increasingly like a quality reposado Tequila which is no bad thing in my world. Palate: Well balanced. A peppery start – there’s that reposado again. Sweet, softly fruited, but feisty, and even at 46% it needs water. This reveals the youth, but the spirit is clean and characterful, soft and slightly unctuous and showing good weight, which will allow it to grow. Finish: Medium length. Lightly smoky. Conclusion: Aged in quarter casks (from an Islay distillery) to give a quick boost to a young spirit. I’ve been impressed with Wolfburn’s quality from the word go and this doesn’t disappoint. One to watch. The score reflects its competitive set. Right place, right time: Lost in a Mexican herb garden. Score: 8/10."

Blackadder Raw Cask Auchentoshan 1991 23yo
700ml 51.30%
Blackadder Raw Cask: It's the one with the bits in it and at cask strength! And for 2016, a triple distilled whisky, famous for it's lightness...but not in this form! Cask strength and so very well aged. All American oak matured, only 144 bottles produced. Notes from an OS retailer, "Ha! A lot happening in this one, with many oranges and many aromatic herbs plus many tinned fruits, esp. litchis. Blood oranges, cranberries, a little green cardamom, some jellybeans and a wee feeling of good sauvignon blanc. Again, lots happening. With water: perfect, fresh, fruity and slightly cakey. Comments: swims like a champ. As good as a middle-aged Auchentoshan can get."

Cadenhead Small Batch Auchentoshan 1999 17yo
700ml 55.50%
The famed triple from outside Glasgow returns in 2016, in Mr Watt's immortal words, "Who said whisky is a winter drink! This is the best example of a summer malt you would ever want with a twist for a lowland that just makes it that little more special, Small amount of salt, but with cream and the summer flavours remerging. Yes a slight saltiness was in the middle palate and the finish that gave the dram a rather nice uplift that took us by surprise."

Spencer Collings Imperial Tribute Blended Single Malt Whisky
700ml 46.00%
GIFT No, it’s not about the British Empire, the name goes way back further to when the Romans had a go at organising the poms and the celts. Ever read anything about the Eagle Of The 9th? A great tale about imperial over extension. So, meet Mike Collings, ex Diageo heavyweight, responsible for the introduction of the Distillers range, Walker Blue Label and the scandalous Loch Dhu amongst other things to the whisky world. Now he’s turned his hand to creating his own unique style of malt. Imperial Tribute is a blended single malt, mainly sourced from Speyside and is a melange of 10, 20, 30 and 40 year old malts with a good dose of sherry oak in the medley. And the taste? Sublimely rich, balanced and oh, so very long. The alcohol keeps it lively and there’s enough kitchen spice and dried fruits to keep you intrigued. The finish is lingering barley sugar, ginger and a distinct dryness.And best of all? You get to personalise the bottle and the certificate at no extra cost! So as a luxury gift for Christmas or just for your own private collection, Imperial tribute is a gem.Please allow three (3) days before we can send out. Usual terms and conditions apply

Abbey Whisky Caperdonich 1995 17yo The Rare Casks
700ml 57.80%
RARE Situated within 100m of Glen Grant, this unfortunate distillery was opened in 1897, then closed in 1902 and then reopened in 1965. Only to be mothballed in 2002. The site was demolished in 2010. From Dramming, "Fried banana with honey, pineapple, vanilla, hints of grapefruit, butterscotch, nutmeg and pepper." Actual pic shown.

Ardbeg Lord of the Isles
700ml 46.00%
Now discontinued and in the realms of the secondary market. Oh, it was sherry influenced malt of approx 21 years of age that has considerable grace and charm with sublime peat. Note: some damage to original box

Ardbeg We've Arrived Renaissance
700ml 55.90%
The final in the lead up to Ardbeg's release later this year of their very owned distilled 10yo. Very, very impressive not only for its massive peat attack but also for its impressive mouthfeel and depth & complexity of flavour. Bottled at cask strength.

Balblair 10yo 70 Proof
750ml 40.00%
A dram from a bygone era possibly coming from the late 1970's or early 1980's. So a nice chance to taste a piece of classic whisky history,

Bruichladdich Port Charlotte PC8 Ar Duthchas
700ml 60.50%
After version 3 (PC7) comes version 4, PC8. Funny That. I bet they are doing this evolutionary thingy? So what do we have here? Now an eight year old with slightly less alcohol The distillery calls it, "Macho. Testosterone. Virile, hunter/gatherer. The power of this spirit reaches deep in to the soul." Murray scored it at 88pts, while a famous retailer describes it as a liquefied Mars Bar! Some have also declared that the extra ageing has added more complexity to this heavily peated whisky. Matured in American white oak. The Gaelic translation is, "Land of our fathers". Best Whisky at the 2009 Whisky Fringe in Edinburgh.

Bushmills 1975 Millennium Private Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey
700ml 43.00%
RARE Distilled in 1975 for the 2000 Millennium celebrations. Originally designed as a single cask offering to some very special clients. This example comes from cask 363 for one Laurence Moffett. All American oak matured, approx 24 years old and said to taste like rich and creamy.

Cadenhead 175th Anniversary Littlemill 1990 26yo
700ml 52.60%
RARE This is the one we have all been waiting for: the Wm Cadenhead 175th Anniversary celebration bottling. Distilled 1991, bottled 2017, ex Bourbon barrel, out-turn: 180 bottles. Some say this is a distillery that deserved to burn down, but they would say that, wouldn't they? Mr Watt's notes read, "Juicy limes, honeydew melon, soft spices...along with pineapple chunks. Very syrupy, lots of juicy fruits.""

Cadenhead Single Cask Dufftown 1978 37yo
700ml 47.30%
A big Diageo distillery that has recently undergone a bit of a renaissance with a number of official releases under the Singleton Of Dufftown label. But what we have here is the complete opposite to the new releases. As this dram was one of the last to use the old Dufftown floor malting, which closed in 1968 and it is so very old. Only 196 bottles released. As one retailer put it, "more vanilla and caramel but not overly sweet and edging towards a spicy nutmeg note."

Cadenhead Single Cask Glen Mhor 1982 34yo
700ml 50.30%
RARE Closed distillery. Another classic that has now long departed. Distilled in 1982, a year before it was closed and bottled in 2016 from an ex Bourbon cask. Out-tun was 126 bottles! Official notes read, "Biscuity notes, apple crumble, pears, old leather, woodiness, brambles and sweet jam."

Cadenhead Single Cask Mannochmore 1977 37yo
700ml 49.40%
Can't tell you the last time I tried a dram from this distillery? This is a big, new (1977) Diageo distillery that sits right next door to Glenlossie. Officially, only the Flaura & Fauna 12yo has ever been released on a regular basis. So a release of such an aged whisky from almost the very beginnings of the distillery is a big treat. In their words, "Honey, quite syrupy and lemony." 210 bottles bottled.

Cadenhead Single Cask Royal Brackla 1976 38yo
700ml 52.90%
Along with Aultmore and Craigallachie, Bacardi also own Royal Brackla. This rare indie bottling dates back to a bygone era, when all of Brackla's output went into Dewars blend. Cadenhead notes, "Soft notes of cured meats with watermelon, golden syrup, peaches and vanilla ice cream. Palate: Old school fruity whisky with a faint trace of peat. Lots of tropical fruits with smoked almonds. Finish: A soft gentle finish. Mainly syrupy fruit notes with soft dry smoke."

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