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Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Fettercairn 1988 28yo
700ml 55.40%
  Ret
$299.00
   
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%
  Ret
$129.00
   
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 Ord 2005 12yo
700ml 55.80%
  Ret
$139.00
   
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%
  Ret
$189.00
   
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%
  Ret
$165.00
   
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%
  Ret
$149.00
   
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 Deanston 2008 10yo
700ml 56.20%
  Ret
$129.00
   
Never liked Deanston in the past, but a chance meeting with their new distiller and their new spirits a few years back changed my mind.So I am more that happy to see good aged Deanston on my shelves. Bourbon oak matured, 576 bottles only and tasting according to Cadenheads of, "Almonds, dry roasted nuts and kiwi fruits. Finishes with hints of ginger and thyme." Sounds really tasty to me.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Fettercairn 2008 9yo
700ml 57.80%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Never really was a great fan of this distillery in the past until Cadenheads got hold of some super casks a few years ago. Thankfully today, even the official bottlings are on song. Cadenhead notes read, "Nose: Honeyed barley, peppermint sweets. Flavour: Mint toffee sweets, barley sugar, apple strudel. Finish: Breakfast cereal, custard powder, sage." And I've just received this comment (Oct 2018) from a very old and very fussy client, "The Cadenhead Fettercairn is absolutely spectacular. It has a buttery taste, very sweet, and very fiery. Again, it's like an excellent distillery bottling you sold me years ago, but this time totally amazing."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Knockdhu 2006 11yo
700ml 54.70%
  Ret
$139.00
   
The distillery is Knockdhu but we know the official releases as the delightfully rich and creamy An Cnoc. So what a joy to see a an indie bottling from this distillery. Cadenhead notes read, "Nose: Tea leaves, raspberry ice cream and slight flint notes. Flavour: Peppery watercress, dried earthiness, biscotti. Finish: Cardamom seeds, peach stones. Very moreish." Me thinks it's quite a contrast to the official?

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Loch Lomond 1997 21yo
700ml 52.50%
  Ret
$209.00
   
Now this is a treat, I don't think I have tried this distillert's offering as an indie before and at such age? Official notes read, "Nose: Kaffir lime leaves, sandal wood, pinecones. Flavour: Tea leaves, herbs and lemon zest. Finish: Freshly cut grass, oak." And a great price by the way!

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Ord 2005 13yo
700ml 56.50%
  Ret
$149.00
   
Ord or Glen_Ord? That is the question. A massive distillery, 11 million litres of spirit a year, that only produces one official single malt: The Singleton Of Glen Ord. So here we have a private bottling that has intriguingly been matured in a bourbon hogshead and a sherry butt. The official tasting notes read, "Rye toast, blackcurrants and butterscotch. And finishes with treacle toffee, rock salt and dried fruits."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Ord 2006 10yo
700ml 58.00%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Good lord! It's an Ord!! Or is it Glen_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."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Royal Brackla 1997 18yo
700ml 54.40%
  Ret
$179.00
   
Official bottlings, besides the old Flora & Fauna range, were only released in 2015, so what a surprise to a see a well-aged RB hit shelves. All bourbon matured and tasting like, "apples and tangerines with peaches and a slight lime note. Peppery finish." Only 402 bottles released.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Teaninich 2006 11yo
700ml 55.20%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Massive 10mill litres a year distillery and the wort is clear during fermentation. So the spirit is quite unique. Official notes read, "Nose: Very sweet, buttered popcorn followed by a hint of citrus and fresh green apples Flavour: Toffee ice cream, barley sugars and cereals. Finish: Burnt sugar, coffee beans and icing sugar."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tomatin 2008 10yo
700ml 54.40%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Young, all bourbon oak matured and as the official notes state, "Nose: Caramelised sugar, salted caramel. Flavour: White chocolate, home made ice cream, Finish: gooseberries, Moscatel grapes, mild chilli powder." Only 564 bottles released world wide.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tullibardine 1993 24yo
700ml 43.60%
  Ret
$219.00
   
I've always had a soft spot for Tulli, especially after I visited it in the mid 2000's. It's a distillery that on occasion seems to get missed by the general whisky public. Official notes read, "Nose: coconut oil, pear drops, butter scotch, milk chocolatey mice, cubed pineapple, Flavour: Syrupy, dried bananas, apricots, oranges, ginger, Finish: shortbread, caramel, milk chocolate, rice pudding, white grapes."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Tullibardine 1993 22yo
700ml 47.30%
  Ret
$199.00
   
I have a soft spot for Tullibardine, don't really know why? Maybe the whiskies that I have tried from here are just charmingly rich and gentle. From Mark Watt, "An unexpected all spice note hits first, growing into something sweeter and creamier, like shortbread and clotted cream with a drop of water the sweet tones are towards the front of the palate then coating the whole middle palate."

   
Clynelish 14yo
200ml 46.00%
  Ret
$55.00
   
Classic oily heavy weight Highland malt with both maritime and peat characters. More delicate peat than in your face Islay styles plus a nice touch of saltiness. And now in a beaut 200ml bottle. Definitely my holiday dram.

 
Dalwhinnie 15yo
700ml 43.00%
  Ret
POA
     
Elegant, smooth and medium-bodied with a light, fruity palate and a whiff of heather on the finish. Part of Diageo's Classic Malt range. Buxton's 101.

 
Diageo Classic Malts Strong Tasting Gift Pack 3 x
200ml 42.93%
  Ret
$130.00
   
This is the global drink's giant STRONG pack as it comprises 3 x 200ml bottles of Cragganmore 12yo, Talisker 10 and Lagavulin 16. All contained in a ripper gift pack.

 
 
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