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RARE
Number One Drinks Co Karuizawa 1982 30yo First Fill Bourbon Cask 8497
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$9000.00
   
From the enterprising No One Drinks Company, who single-handedly just about put the closed Japanese distillery, Karuizawa, onto the world stage. And didn't we take notice, as today, this distillery is now a dead set legend with it's malts now the most collectible whiskies in the world. Roll over Port Ellen, say goodnight Macallan, there is a new rising sun in the auction firmament and it's name is Karuizawa. From DRamming, "Nose: Pipe tobacco, ripe apples, vanilla, old leather, polished oak, nutmeg. Palate: Spicy apple compote, vanilla, hints of grapefruit, lapsang souchong tea, nutmeg, hints of cinnamon. Finish: Very long, fruity, spicy and minimally smoky. Overall: A fascinating mix of spice and fruit in this slightly unusual bourbon cask Karuizawa, the wood is always present but does not overwhelm the other flavours." Pic indicative only.

 
Number One Drinks Co Karuizawa 1984 28yo Koi Label First Fill Sherry Cask 4021
700ml 64.50%
  Ret
$9000.00
   
From the enterprising No One Drinks Company, who single-handedly just about put the closed Japanese distillery, Karuizawa, onto the world stage. And didn't we take notice, as today, this distillery is now a dead set legend with it's malts now the most collectible whiskies in the world. Roll over Port Ellen, say goodnight Macallan, there is a new rising sun in the auction firmament and it's name is Karuizawa. First fill sherry cask, richly flavoured and highly complex. Pic indicative only.

 
Number One Drinks Co Karuizawa 1990 22yo First Fill Sherry Cask 679
700ml 56.10%
  Ret
$2900.00
   
From the enterprising No One Drinks Company, who single-handedly just about put the closed Japanese distillery, Karuizawa, onto the world stage. And didn't we take notice, as today, this distillery is now a dead set legend with it's malts now the most collectible whiskies in the world. Roll over Port Ellen, say goodnight Macallan, there is a new rising sun in the auction firmament and it's name is Karuizawa. First fill sherry casks, rich flavoured and highly complex. Pic indicative only.

 
Number One Drinks Co Karuizawa 1994 15yo Noh Sherry Butt Cask 270
700ml 62.70%
  Ret
$3500.00
   
From the enterprising No One Drinks Company, who single-handedly just about put the closed Japanese distillery, Karuizawa, onto the world stage. And didn't we take notice, as today, this distillery is now a dead set legend with it's malts now the most collectible whiskies in the world. Roll over Port Ellen, say goodnight Macallan, there is a new rising sun in the auction firmament and it's name is Karuizawa. Sherried, richly flavoured, complex and only 480 bottles released.Pic indicative only.

 
Number One Drinks Co Karuizawa 1997 13yo Noh Whisky Sherry Butt 3312 Single Cask
200ml 60.20%
  Ret
$1100.00
   
The budget Karuizawa! But make sure you note it's size: 200ml. Single cask, cask strength and matured in a sherry butt. And did you know that all the malt comes from Scotland, and it's golden promise. PIc indicative only.

 
Number One Spirits Co Karuizawa Spirit Of Asama 1999 2000 Final Vintages
700ml 48.00%
  Ret
$1300.00
   
The fabled and now legendary Karuizawa as a blend of the final last two vintages. Matured in an Euro oak sherry cask and was bottled in 2012. Cellar damaged carton, pic indicative only.

 
Shinsu 28yo Mars Maltage 3 Plus 25 Blended Malt Whisky
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
POA
     
An interesting blended malt whisky from a relative unknown distillery based in Kyushu that was only re-opened in 2011 after being closed for a number of years. This blended malt is made up of two now closed distilleries: Kagoshima and Yamanashi. Intially the spirit was aged at the distilleries for 3 years with an additional 25 years of aging at a different site in Nagano. World Whiskies Awards 2013: World's Best Blended Malt Whisky. Cellar scuffed label. Pic indicative only.

 
Signatory Banff 1976 23yo
700ml 55.50%
  Ret
$1200.00
   
RARE This Speyside distillery has had an amazingly tragic life as the Malt Whisky Yearbook states, "from numerous fires, explosions and bombings have contributed to its fame." Opened 1824, closed during the Whisky Loch crisis in 1983, the very few number of Banffs that have come into my possession have never lasted long on the shelves. Only 284 bottles were released in 2001. Actual pic shown.

 
Springbank 16yo Local Barley
700ml 54.30%
  Ret
$500.00
   
It's July 2016 and already the emails and calls have started to roll in about this whisky. As you could imagine it has created quite some excitement, especially f or those that can remember the original Local Barley. This is the first release of five. Official notes, "Sweet and rounded with a very subtle peat influence combining with butter tablet, soft fruit and mineral notes." From WhiskyNotes, "thick, pretty sweet with a similar vanilla, apricot and sherbet combination. Earthy notes, hints of brine. Hints of biscuits, some pink grapefruit and pear. Lovely fruitiness really, with a light floral touch as well. Light heather honey." PIc indicative only.

 
Springbank 1992 21yo Cask 248 Dion Gunson Private Bottling
700ml 51.00%
  Ret
POA
     
This Springbank has the most extraordinary label and it's an official bottling, done for UK wine merchant Dion Gunson. I'm no expert in the field of art, but this label reminds of the classic woodcut block prints. The design was undertaken by Scottish pen and ink artist Chris Watson. Only 150 bottles produced. Actual pic shown.

 
Vintage Malt Whisky Co Millburn 1977 18yo
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$700.00
   
RARE The oldest of the famous trio of Inverness based distilleries. Opened 1807, closed 1985 and I have to say any type of botltings from this distillery have been few and far between. Actual pic shown.

 
Whisky Connoisseur Macallan 2000 10yo Old Father Time
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$360.00
   
A private bottling of Macallan from an indie I haven't come across in the past. I'm taking a punt here, but i suspect it's a sherry version just by the colour. Actual pic shown.

 
AUSTRALIA
Applewood Colonial Malt
500ml 40.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
As the slogan says, treat it like moonshine". Pic available upon request

   
Bakery Hill 2008 8yo A Wisp Of Smoke Cask 106 Peated Malt
500ml 51.70%
  Ret
$280.00
   
Well, well, well! This is a first for me!! A special, single cask release from that ever reliable and ever Mr Consistent, David Baker. When he called me up, I think he was chasing payment, he casually mention that he's finally bit the bullet and has brought out something special. It's a called, "A Wisp Of Smoke" and essentially it is a single cask rendition of his fab peated cask strength malt. And the taste? A beautiful nose of balanced creamy oak, malt and spirit. And dare I say, with just, "A Wisp Of Smoke". On the palate: Long, lingering, almost like a rapier down the palate. Classic maltiness, beautiful, gently creamy oak, just the right amount of spirit intensity and there it is again, that "Wisp Of Smoke". And it just lingers tasting of ginger nut biscuits. Mr B you are a marvel!

 
Bakery Hill Classic Cask Strength
500ml 60.00%
  Ret
$220.00
   
Have a look at what I wrote about the 46% Classic...then turn the volume up to very load! Breathtaking. David Baker's signature creamy maltiness is these, basically it envelopes the entire mouth, but the high intensity spirit just drives this whisky right down the palate. Surprisingly notes of chocolate, bitter orange and rosewater make an appearance. And once again, the maltiness just lasts and lasts. (pic is a representation only)

 
Bakery Hill Classic Malt
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
This is very impressive, very impressive. Those that know me, know that I'm not a great fan of small cask matured whiskies. BUT tasting David's entry level Classic malt, just confirms in my mind that David is on the right track. His distilling skills, oak management and maturation abilities and importantly the style of his malts is spot on, and just gets better with every new release. This malt is classically malty (as all whiskies should be), crisply intensive and the malt flavours just hang around for what seems an eternity. Look out for the magic oak spice on the nose. Great stuff. (pic is a representation only)

 
Bakery Hill Double Wood
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
David Baker's combo malt, where he matures his spirit in 2nd fill bourbon barrels and used French oak casks...and what a dram he gets at the end. Smelling more grainy than the Classic, more fresh grain than malted, there's also a load of vanilla, coconut, dried fruits and kitchen spice flavours coming off as well. The French oak spice marries perfectly with creamy cereal flavours on the palate. And once again this malt just fill every crevice of your palate. And once again, the flavour just hangs around for ages. (pic is a representation only)

 
Bakery Hill Peated Cask Strength
500ml 60.00%
  Ret
$220.00
   
It amazes me that the increase in alcohol is not just "an increase in alcohol" attack on the palate. Cask strengths just have a habit of reavealing more complex flavours and textures than their softer cousins. And this cracker from David Baker is no exception. The peat is intensified, there's an earthiness and cherry/berry flavours not seen in the 46% and on the palate it is just explosive. And it's all in balance as there is plenty of creamy oak and malt to balance up the high strength alcohol. Great stuff David Baker.

 
Bakery Hill Peated Malt
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
POA
     
I never thought I would say this about an Aussie malt...but this is a masterpiece. Soft, pulpy, subtle fruitiness, sweet vanilla oak and then you notice the peat sitting underneath. A distant bonfire, dry and tangy that works really well with this malts quite sweet & rich palate. Very long palate with (once again) a smoky tanginess that hangs around for ages. brilliant stuff and a credit to David's distilling skills. (pic is a representation only)

 
Fleurieu Distillery 3yo First Release Port Cask
700ml 52.00%
  Ret
$380.00
   
I met Gareth Andrews some time ago at a Wheatty function and for a chap who is a self-declared shy person, once warmed up there is no stopping him, especially when the topic turns to whisky. And importantly when it turns to the making of whisky. He was a brewer that felt that whisky making for more important. So he gave up the brewing! His attention to detail, his thorough understanding of the art and process of distilling and importantly the primary role of oak was in a word, breathtaking. So this is his first release and what a joy it is. This 3yo is all about softness, texture, balance, maltiness and just the right amount of oak. And it has it by the bucket loads as it is so rich and textured. There's hints of cinnamon, soy sauce, soft citrus fruitiness and lingering barley sugar flavours. And I thank the the supreme whisky deity that he bottled it at 52%. Only 600 bottles produced.

 
 
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