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Douglas Laing Premier Barrel Dailuaine 8yo Ceramic Decanter
700ml 46.00%
Three hundred and seventy six ceramic hand filled decanters only. I have an absolute soft spot for Dailuaine (Dal-yoo-in), it's something about it its rich malty and nutty spirit and the sheer generosity of the bottlings I've tasted over the years. So to find one that is so young is a bit of treat, especially has it has a big dose of sherry wood in it. Rich, malty and fruity. Most excellent.

Duthies Aultmore 13yo
700ml 46.00%
Nose: Like a Scottish hillside on a summer day. Very lively notes of dew-soaked grass, heather and just a hint of oak. In their words, "Palate: A very flavoursome whisky. Initially peppery with hints of cumin and basil, opens out to release creamy vanilla and a pleasant malty flavour. Finish: More oak and malt as the spices return to provide a long-lasting finish."

Duthies Strathmill 19yo
700ml 46.00%
Now this is a turn up for me, as it has been quite some time since I've tried a Strathmill. This is another hidden Diageo gem, usually attributed with the J&B blends. In their words, "Nose: Orange liqueur mixed in marzipan. Chocolate and cream. Palate: Malty and sweet, like cola bottle sweeties. American cream soda. Finish: The cream soda continues through, right on the tip of your tongue." (pic indicative only)

Glen Moray 12yo
750ml 40.00%
An old bottling, possibly dating back to Glenmorangies ownership of this little regarded distillery. It used to be that most of the spirit went into cheap blends, hence it's sad reputation. But this 12yo has a nice malty and honeyed feel about it.

Glenallachie 10yo Cask Strength Batch 2
700ml 57.10%
Mr Billy Walker's new venture and what a way to start. And take a look at the oak bill: PX and Oloroso sherry, first fill bourbon and virgin oak casks. From Whisky Notes: "Oily notes, a lot of woody bitterness with herbs and spices (cloves, rosemary, juniper). Hints of quinine."

Glenallachie 12yo
700ml 46.00%
Raisins, marzipan, heather and honey, with rich notes of dark cherries, spices and subtle hints of dark chocolate. This is their new entry level malt with the official notes reading, "Butterscotch and honey playing the lead, with raisins and mocha in the background.."

Glendronach 14yo Virgin Oak Finish
700ml 46.00%
New to Oz in Jan 2017. In the past we would have called the use of virgin oak in maturing whisky either a tragedy, a little odd, a tad weird and for most, just plain wrong. We also thought that the use of new oak was "illegal". Well it "aint" as our American cousins would say. It never has been illegal, but it was frowned upon. But this Glendro is an each way bet. For you see it was initially matured in Euro oak, presumably it had sherry in it? Then topped dressed in new American oak. Has been described as spicy with plenty of tropical and citrus fruit flavours. Quite lively for its 46%.

Glendronach 1995 20yo Single Cask 3047 PX Sherry Puncheon
700ml 48.60%
Another single cask from the large 2016 release. Whisk also coincided with Jack Daniels taking over the distillery. These have all being quality offerings and Cask 307 is no exception. 636 bottles only and being PX sherry matured, it's a big, rich and kitchen spicy dram.

Glendronach Cask Strength Batch 6 Oloroso & PX Sherry Casks
700ml 56.10%
New batch for 2017. It's big, it's sherried and of course it's cask strength. Oloroso and PX sherry casks are the order of the day.

Glenfarclas 30yo Canister
700ml 40.00%
The mega star, full on sherry malt. Original trophy Champion at the Malt Whisky Society's first Australian Whisky Convention, runner up at the second and in 2009...once again the Champion Whisky. From the distillery, " This was distilled in my grandfather�s time, so we have to thank him for the wonderful depth of the 30 Years Old. It is the casks he purchased that have made this so richly indulgent. This truly amazing whisky was named the Best Commercially Available Single Malt in Australia in 2003, and won Gold at the International Spirits Challenge in 2005. At the 2007 Malmo Whisky Fair Glenfarclas 30 Years Old won double Gold, and was named �Best Overall Whisky at the Fair�.

Glenfarclas 511.19s.0d Family Reserve
700ml 43.00%
A special release from Glenfarclas to help celebrate 150 years of the Grants owning Glenfarclas. Predominantly first fill sherry oak but a no age statement 43% dram that should be really tasty but in a lighter style, more like the current 17yo which is a gem. From WhiskyNotes DE, "soft but not weak. A whole lot drier than expected. Still some honey and golden raisins but also orange marmalade, nutty notes, cinnamon powder and nutmeg. Light toasted oak and a hint of burnt cake. Funny how the palate is more earthy and savoury than the nose suggested."

Glenfiddich Snow Phoenix
700ml 47.60%
A collapse of several Glenfiddich distillery roofs in 2010 followed after weeks of heavy snow. The casks that included Oloroso and ex-Bourbon casks were exposed to sub freezing temperatures. So as you do, Glenfiddich decided to bottle it! The spirit id aged somewhere between 12 and 30 years of age. Minor rust marks on presentation tin.

Glenfiddich Special Old Reserve Old Duty Free Bottling
375ml 40.00%
A bygone era of whisky production, possibly dating from the 1990's or early 2000's.

Glenlivet 12yo
700ml 40.00%
The world's most recognisable single malt. Best described as smooth and malt.

Glenrothes 2003 13yo Oloroso Sherry Cask 5579 Australian Exclusive
700ml 56.60%
A rather unusual offering from Gelnrothes: sherried, cask strength and only released in Australia. As one retailer put it, "Amazing balance at this ABV, fabulous Glenrothes."

Hart Bros Ballindalloch 1967 35yo
700ml 48.50%
So who or what is Ballindalloch? Let me give you a clue...it's from Speyside and it's called...Glenffffff....But look at the age and the date of the distillation. What an historic treasure. Pic coming soon.

Macallan 12yo Big Sherry Oak
1750ml 43.00%
It�s Macallan� It�s Sherried� It�s Huge! 11750ml of pure sherried joy. This is a dying breed. Age statements are on the way out and getting hold of sherry Maccas in Oz has become an almost impossible task, so this 750ml bottling comes from the USA. The nose is that inviting mixture of dried fruits, a hint of furniture polish, crisp malt and kitchen spicy oak. Brilliant, as the sherry fruit flavours appear not to be too fresh or too cloying. Big palate, long palate, there�s that famed Macca heavy weight spirit, grippy oak. The sherry influence is on the milder side, thus showing off that magic weighty Macallan spirit to its fullest. Lingering. Very much a treat.

Macallan 21yo Fine Oak Triple Oak
700ml 43.00%
An older possibly pre- 2015 bottling of a Macca FO 21yo, and doesn't it look dark? The Triple Casks refer to the whisky being matured in Spanish oak with sherry, American oak with sherry and American oak with bourbon contained in them. Typical Macallan richness and fruitiness. Now highly collectible.

Morrison & MacKay Carn Mor Dailuaine 1997 21yo Celebration Of The Cask 9448
700ml 58.10%
This is a new one on me, an independent bottler by the name Morrison and MacKay., three generations of whisky wholesalers and producers of whisky liqueurs. So to see one of my favourite distillers at 21 years of age was a must-have. Here are my raw notes, "Extraordinary, long, nervous, all bourbon but is surprisingly red in colour, long and narrow, perfect malt, lingering, lush sweet oak, rich and flavoursome. Malt to the fore." Bravo M&M..

Mortlach Rare Old
500ml 43.40%
This is art of the new incarnation of the fabulously rich, flavoursome and very hard to come by Mortlach. Matured both in bourbon and sherry casks. Be warned, it comes in a 500ml bottle. From Whisky For Every One, "On the palate this feels robust, a little feisty and hot. There is a lovely battle going on between the sweet, savoury and spicy notes. First comes delicious sweet notes of toffee, salted caramel and honeycomb. These are quickly joined by a luscious rich fruity characteristic which is reminiscent of a mix of raisins, dried mango and spiced orange. Underneath are notes of vanilla, crystalised ginger and vanilla pods, all of which are backed up and complimented by a distinct savoury characteristic. This manifests itself as a yeasty, slightly meaty note which adds depth, warmth and complexity. The finish is long and becomes increasingly dry with a lovely tobacco leaf/cigar-like earthiness coming through to compliment the sweeter elements."

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