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Gordon & MacPhail Glen Albyn 1974 26yo
700ml 40.00%
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$850.00
   
RARE Glen Albyn was closed as part of the Whisky Loch closures by United Distillers in the early to mid 1980's. The distillery was part of the famous Inverness three and was founded in 1844. Actual pic shown.

 
Gordon & MacPhail Glen Mhor 12yo
700ml 40.00%
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$550.00
   
RARE Opened 1892, closed 1983. Now the site for a supermarket. Part of the trio of very famous Inverness distilleries, with some declaring Glen Mhor (Glen Vaw) to be the best of the three. Actual pic shown.

 
Gordon & MacPhail Glenlochy 1968 40yo Refill Sherry
700ml 43.00%
  Ret
$1500.00
   
RARE Such age and distilled in one of the major whisky heydays, especially for Fort William in the western Highlands. Opened 1898 and closed 1983. From Whisky mate, "Initial entry presents an interesting grassy and meaty note with a slight sweetness. The meatiness would definitely fall into the parma ham category and there is a fair bit of black pepper on the tip of the tongue." Actual pic shown.

 
Gordon & MacPhail Kinklaith 1966 16yo
750ml 40.00%
  Ret
$1700.00
   
RARE I suspect this is a first for me. The distillery was founded in 1957 and was the last malt distillery to be built in Glasgow. It was closed somewhat surprisingly in 1975. Today the massive Strathclyde grain distillery sits on the site. As to it's style? I have no idea. Actual pic shown.

 
Gordon & MacPhail Littlemill 1985 20yo
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$500.00
   
RARE I could be cruel and say that the best thing to happen to Litlemill...was that it burnt down. But others keep telling me that private bottlings of this weird, half pot still, half rectifying still, are quite good. Believe it or not, but the still was designed to produce spirit that would mature faster. Opened 1772, closed 1996. Actual pic shown.

 
Great Southern Distillery Tiger Snake Batch 2 Sour Mash Australian Whiskey
700ml 43.00%
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$140.00
   
Possibly the first properly made Bourbon style whiskey in Australia and it comes from none other than Cameron Syme's rather excellent Great Southern Distillery in Albany, WA. The mash bill is corn, rye and malted barley and of course the oak is all new American. This is their second release, loads of vanilla oak and sweet fudge flavours.

 
Hart Bros Littlemill 1992 16yo
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$500.00
   
RARE I could be cruel and say that the best thing to happen to Litlemill...was that it burnt down. But others keep telling me that private bottlings of this weird, half pot still, half rectifying still, are quite good. Believe it or not, but the still was designed to produce spirit that would mature faster. Opened 1772, closed 1996. Actual pic shown.

 
Ichiro's Malt Hanyu 2000 10yo The Final Vintage Cask 6093 Single Malt Whisky
700ml 59.00%
  Ret
$1500.00
   
Ichiro Akuto is a legend of Japanese whisky and is probably the main characters who got the world's excited about Japanese whiskies. Grandson of the Hanyu founder, founder of Chicibu distillery and producer of the influential Card Series range of single malts. So here we go with his selection from the final vintage of Hanyu. In a word: priceless. Only 349 bottles released. Minor cellar scuffed label. Pic indicative only.

 
Kavalan Solist Vinho Barrique Single Cask Strength
700ml 57.80%
  Ret
$600.00
   
RARE No, it's not the award winner, but I tell you what, it is really difficult to pin down what cask won that award. This offering is from cask W091127026A with an out-turn of 253 bottles and I believe the oak is American that had American wine in it. The bottle is dressed in a gold neck ribbon. But a beaut malt nonetheless and being typical Kavalan, it has a huge flavour.

 
Ladyburn 1973 27yo Vintage Single Cask 4525
700ml 50.40%
  Ret
$2000.00
   
RARE The is mystery and plenty of intrigue about this closed Lowlands distillery, Ladyburn. Especially as it was founded in 1966 and closed in 1975. Built within the large Girvan grain distillery, this official bottling is from the early 2000's and said to be one of the last official bottlings from Wm Grant. Lively and fruity is how one pundit has described it. Actual pic shown.

 
Loch Lomond 2000 4yo Distillery Select Organic Single Gain Single Cask Bottling
700ml 45.00%
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$120.00
   
A young single gain whisky from the large single malt and grain distillery, Loch Lomond. Here's an early note from Dave Broom, "Nose: Pinkish hue and an aroma of rhubarb, red apple, fruit compote, pomegranate juice but all of them teetering on the edge of mouldiness. Palate: Rich with an assertive oiliness from the supporting oak. Rich and spicy: cinnamon stick. Slick and tongue-coating. Finish: Short and overly dry.Comment: Split into spirit on one side and wood on the other."

 
Lochside 10yo
750ml 40.00%
  Ret
$700.00
   
RARE Official bottling, how about that! This now closed Highlands distillery always had an attraction for me. Mainly because of its unique texture. The spirit is just like jelly: fat, glycerin, sweetly flavoured. And well, just so different. The distillery was first opened in 1957! The aim of the owners was to produce a combination of malt and grain spirit that would be co-matured for future blended releases. Actual pic shown.

 
Longrow 1989 13yo Sherry Wood
700ml 53.20%
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POA
     
This really is another first for me, as I have never seen in it in Australia before. And I've been dealing with Springbank since the late 1990's! Part of Springbank's now sadly discontinued Wood Series. Should be plenty of peat in it. Only 2350 bottles released. Pic indicative only.

 
Longrow 1995 10yo Tokaji Wood
700ml 55.60%
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POA
     
The famed, highly peated spirit of Springbank Distillers meets the equally famous, lusciously sweet table wines of Hungary. What a treat! Eight years in American oak and then 2 years in what could be Hungarian oak? Pic indicative only.

 
Longrow 1997 14yo Burgundy Wood
700ml 56.10%
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POA
     
Here's my original notes from 2012!! "Now this has to be heaven for me...a single malt, peat and my all time favourite red, Burgundy...all in one package! This is the latest (2012) wood finish malt from J&A Mitchell. Yet to try it, so over to the the distillery... "Nose: Incredibly rich with wonderful aromas streaming out of the glass. American club soda, creamy chocolate eclairs, butter toffee popcorn, chocolate orange and cloves mix nicely with the dry smoke that is Longrow. Palate: Like a comfortable feather duvet, this whisky wraps itself around your palate enriching it with flavours of sweet treacle, creamy caramel sauce and highland toffee. It is incredibly oily yet spicy, similar to freshly ground mixed peppercorns, the smoke subtly evident throughout. Finish: Like a cloud of sweet smoke, lingering for a long while." Casks: 11 years refill bourbon, 3 years fresh burgundy hogsheads. Pic indicative only.

 
Longrow 2000 7yo Gaja Barolo
700ml 55.80%
  Ret
$400.00
   
RARE As Dave Lister would say, "brutal". Take a very young, highly peated, massively alcoholic Longrow and age it in used Angelo Gaja (the father of the modern Italian wine industry) French oak barriques that have been used for his famous Barolo wine (nebbiolo) and what you get is a blatantly aggressive, densely smokey and very meaty malt. And does it work? Wow does it work!! Breathtaking. 5 1/2 years in ex Bourbon oak, 1 1/2 years in ex Euro oak from Anjelo Gaja. Pic indiactive only.

 
Longrow Red 11yo Australian Cabernet Sauvignon Cask
700ml 52.10%
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POA
     
The Springbank whisky with an Aussie connection. Our very own Mr Shane K had a hand in this whiskies development, as he is the one who brokered a deal to send Angove's Longrow brand casks to Springbank. The original barrels had cabernet in them, hence the name "red" and the very distinctive colour of the malt: a bright red! 7 years in bourbon, 4 in red casks. I thought it was originally going to be called Longrow Longrow, but alas no. Sadly, no mention of the Aussie connection is on the label. BUT the dram is a beaut, loads of salt tang, embery peat and caramel creams. Just about sold out world wide. The official notes state, "Nose: A real treat. Sweet in the beginning; raspberry jam and hints of rose petal. As the nose develops it reveals a light peatiness, with cherries, red grapefruit and blood oranges. Palate: Oh thereʼs the peat! Initially oaky and leathery with a little bit of tobacco and salt, the Cabernet Sauvignon influence appears later with some blackberries and cinnamon. A very chewy dram. Finish: Long and peaty. Definitely coastal in style, there is a touch of mellow fruitiness here too. " Pic indicative only.

 
Macallan 18yo 2016 Annual Release Sherry Oak
700ml 43.00%
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$700.00
   
This is the first of the new series of Macca 18yo's. The one's with no vintage date. And if my memory serves me correct, the Scotch Whisky Association has banned the use of vintage dates. Is this correct. It's still full sherry matured.

 
Macallan 1967 18yo Sherry Oak
750ml 43.00%
  Ret
$8500.00
   
RARE A real ancient Macallan and the way the world is devouring these classics in the secondary market place, I was amazed at actually securing a bottle. It was bottled in 1986 and I really don't need to say this, but it has been matured fully in Oloroso sherry casks. Actual pic shown.

 
Macallan 1971 18yo Sherry Oak
750ml 43.00%
  Ret
$5200.00
   
RARE A bygone era of whisky production. One of the great, old fashioned style sherry monsters. This whisky comes from a collection that was purchased by the owner between 1988 and 1992, hence this whisky could have been distilled either in the 1970ís or early 1980ís. Sadly the collector disposed of the original packaging! The whisky is in good condition, however, some may have less than perfect fill levels, please refer to the pic. Aaah the tyranny of age. Pics are of the actual bottle.

 
 
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