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Cadenhead Small Batch Loch Lomond 1996 21yo
700ml 51.50%
  Ret
$209.00
   
A distillery founded in 1965 and as the Malt Whisky Yearbook declares, "is a distillery that insists on doing things their way." As the distillery is made up of a curious mix of traditional pot stills and straight neck pot stills with rectifying columns on them. Plus, the washbacks are all stainless steel. And then they produce a myriad of spirit styles. So I can't work out if this Cadenhead bottling is typical or not as the official notes declare it as tasting of, "lemon curd, vanilla custard, lime marmalade along with mint, basil and fennel flavours." They also describe it as, "very refreshing." All bourbon oak, 450 bottles released.

   
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 Ord 2008 10yo
700ml 57.70%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Good lord! It's another Ord!! Or is it Glen_Ord? Founded 1838, 1st bottled as a single malt in 2002 And it is a massive distillery with a reported output of 11 million litres of spirit a year.. This bottling has also been described as tasting light and floral with the official notes adding, "lime, pickles, geraniums, edible flowers with pistaccio nuts and praline." Smells and tastes like my pantry. All bourbon oak, 534 bottles released..

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Royal Brackla 2006 12yo
700ml 57.70%
  Ret
$139.00
   
Official bottlings, besides the old Flora & Fauna range, were only released in 2015, so what a surprise to a see a such a youngsters being released from such a well-respected independent bottler, "Thick chewy mouthfeel with lemon peel, honey, almonds and gooseberries." All American oak matured, 1050 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 Tomatin 2008 10yo
700ml 55.50%
  Ret
$129.00
   
Another curious distillery that has been owned since the mid 1980's by a trio of Japanese corporations. I think I've only every seen official bottlings in Australia since the mid 2000's when our friends at The World Of Whisky started to bring them in. The official notes read, "honey, lemongrass, elderflower and caramel shortbread." One blogger has described it as "pure and naked." All bourbon oak, with 834 bottles released.

   
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
POA
     
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.

 
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.

 
Douglas Laing Provenance Balblair 2010 8yo
700ml 46.00%
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$180.00
   
It's 2019 and I haven't seen or heard of Balblair for ages, so to see a private bottling, I just had to get some as I remember the older official bottlings were quite rich and fulsome. The official notes stat, "Sugary with a hard candy style, gently spiced plus late liquorice." while my notes from a brief tasting declare, lots of rich toffee!! American oak matured, 422 bottles released.

   
Duthies Blair Athol 13yo
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$110.00
   
A smallish Diageo distillery residing in the Eastern Highlands at Pitlochry, was an early starter, having been founded in 1798. A major part of the Bells Blend, I haven't really seen too many single malts from this distillery, but the house style has been described as big and chunky with a hint of spice, while Serge Valentin's profile describes: Tea Wood Liquorice Caramel Roasted Beer Herbal Oranges Pepper Butter. Pic indicative only.

 
Firkin Whisky Co Firkin Rare Ardmore 2011 8yo Marsala Cask
700ml 48.90%
  Ret
$170.00
   
There are drams that are dull and boring, there are drams that are just plain safe. And there are drams that just sit on the edge. A nervous edge. Lively, textured, big flavours Autumn fruits, sweet toffee and kitchen spice and highly excitable spirit. But it is just kept in checked, just nervously teetering on the edge. Thatís intriguing, itís exciting and definitely thrilling as it is complex. Thatís an Ace! American and Marsala oak matures, a miserly 25 bottles released.

 
Firkin Whisky Co Firkin Ten Royal Brackla 2008 10yo Madeira Cask
700ml 48.90%
  Ret
$170.00
   
Thereís a time when you need your dram to give you a wakeup call! Whether youíve had a bugga of day, or somebody has been annoying you or itís just plain, silly old jet lag, well this Firkin malt is going to do the job. Bright, lively, loaded up with a pantry full of kitchen spice and creamy malt, this malt will both enliven you and intrigue you. And it just hangs around just to remind you that life is so Firkin good. All Madeira cask matured, 170 bottles released.

 
Glenmorangie 10yo Original
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$75.00
   
I recently had the chance to reacquaint myself with the entire range of Glenmorangies. This new Original replaces the old 10yo, and I remember at the time that there was some criticism surrounding the change over. But let me allay your fears, this "new" 10yo Original, yes it says 10yo on the back label. This malt is so pure and perfumed with just the right amount of creamy oak. On the palate it's creamy, intense and lingering and that highly complex & fruity spirit that Glenmorangie's high stills are famous for, still shines through. Benchmark stuff!!

 
Glenmorangie 12yo Lasanta
700ml 46.00%
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$130.00
   
Lastanta, the new model that replaces the old Olroso Sherry finish. An easy going style, plenty of dried fruit, nuts & toffee flavours, some sweet/pulpy fruit notes and a soft, finishes softly with hints of spiced orange and hazelnuts. it's sherried gentleness is quite engaging. Oh, and by the way, I believe Lasanta is actually Gaelic for warmth & passion.

 
Glenmorangie 12yo Nectar D'or Sauternes Cask Finish
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$140.00
   
This is certainly going against the tide. Where most distilleries are ditching their age statements, Glenmorangie proudly upgrades theirs! Typical bright, intensive and citrusy Glenmorangie spirit partially matured in French oak that contained that very sweet, botrytised wine of Bordeaux: Sauternes. To me itís one of their best topped dressed yet.

 
 
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