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  ITEMS 321 TO 340 OF 413
         
GRAIN
Cadenhead Single Cask Cambus 1988 29yo Grain
700ml 45.40%
  Ret
$299.00
   
A big, solid, well aged grain. Not everyone's cuppa tea, but if you are after a unique and complex experience, aged grains can deliver it by the bucket full. Official notes read, "Nose: Honeycomb, mint chocolate, peardrops. Flavour: Sweet honey continues through, Devonshire cream. Finish: Half coated chocolate biscuit, toffee cheesecake. Very buttery."

 
Cadenhead Single Cask Cambus 1988 30yo Single Grain
700ml 46.10%
  Ret
$289.00
   
Never tried a really old whisky before? Afraid of the massive prices for aged malts? Up for a challenge? Well, have we got a dram for you, kind madam or sir! A brutally old, single grain, grain whisky. That is: it's not barley. But alas, poor old Cambus was closed in 1993, so here's a little bit of spiritual history as the official notes read for this sweet and unctuous dram, "Banana ice cream with dark chocolate sauce. Faint ginger with blueberries and apricots." All American oak, 300 bottles released.

   
Cadenhead Single Cask Cameronbridge 1984 34yo Single Grain
700ml 52.80%
  Ret
$299.00
   
A big, sweetly rich, well-aged and complex grain whisky from the huge Diageo owned Cameronbridge distillery. From Dramtime Nl, " caramel cookies with rum and Muscovado sugar, milk chocolate, soft spices and rye. Gingerbread, golden syrup and slightly hoppy."

   
Cadenhead Single Cask Port Dundas 1988 30yo Single Grain
700ml 51.30%
  Ret
$279.00
   
Never tried a really old whisky before? Afraid of the massive prices for aged malts? Up for a challenge? Well, have we got a dram for you, kind madam or sir! A brutally old, single grain, grain whisky. That is: it's not barley. Port Dundas is massive alcohol refinery, pushing out high strength, relatively neutral spirit, but put some age on it and you have something really special, intriguing and highly complex. Cadenheads tasting notes state, "Golden syrup, melted butter on wholemeal toast. Rye bread, sweetcorn and apple sauce." All American oak, 246 bottles released.

   
Cadenhead Single Grain North British 1985 29yo Sherry Butt
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$239.00
   
There is a growing band of brothers and sisters who adore well matured grain whiskies, but most malt drinkers are still to find out the joys of aged grain whisky.. And this offering has an added treat: it was fully matured in used sherry butts. In their words, "Dry oily cereal notes with lots of vanilla. Soft delicate finish with Jamaican rum notes. 432 bottle released.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch 175th Strathclyde 1989 28yo Single Grain
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$219.00
   
Well aged grain whiskies have a certain allure that generally confounds malt drinkers. But once you get past the shock of not tasting malted barley, the complexity of these drams is quite intoxicating. According to Cadenhead staff this whisky tastes of, "cinnamon, brown sugar and caramel with a hint of mint." Only 216 bottles from one bourb-n cask were produced.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Cameronbridge 1989 26yo Single Grain
700ml 56.60%
  Ret
$229.00
   
Another in a long line of intriguing aged grain whiskies from Wm Cadenhead. In Mark Watt's words, "The palate delivers a rather nice soft woodiness that gives way to vanilla pods, gingersnap biscuits and lemon icing."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Cameronbridge 1989 29yo Single Grain
700ml 57.80%
  Ret
$279.00
   
A big, sweetly rich, well-aged and complex grain whisky from the huge Diageo owned Cameronbridge distillery. Massive and unique flavour with loads of complexity. It's not a malt but a single grain. Cadenhead's notes read, "Thick and chewy with rye like spices. Hints of oak with honey butter, coconut flakes, green grapes and cardamon pods." All American oak matured, 432 bottles released.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch North British 1985 32yo Single Grain Sherry Cask
700ml 55.20%
  Ret
$269.00
   
If there is one relatively cheap way to get to taste a very ancient whisky, then aged grains are the way to go. Quite unfashionable at present, but these drams can be highly intriguing and totally satisfying. In Cadenhead's words, "Nose: Oily. Green olives, cheesecake base. Flavour: Chewy. More subtle than the nose suggests, ground cinnamon. Finish:Dried spices, soft chewy toffee." Only 605 bottles released.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathclyde 1989 25yo Grain
700ml 57.80%
  Ret
$229.00
   
A big, seven still, grain distillery located in the heart of Glasgow. Now owned by Pernod Ricard. Tasting note from Cadenheads, "Nose: Quite rye like, lots of digestive biscuits, melted butter with pineapples and clotted cream. Palate: Sweet, dried bananas, some grassy notes and then pineapple chews. Soft strawberry yoghurt notes and then white pepper. Finish: Big whisky, very creamy, lots of dry spices and then coconut, hints of peanut butter and then more creaminess."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathclyde 1989 26yo Single Grain
700ml 58.10%
  Ret
$229.00
   
Another fascinating and complex single grain, well-aged single grain whisky produced from a continuous still. In Mark Watt's words, "Some aniseed notes with hints of treacle toffee, some fresh mint lifts the palate a little more than in comes banana yogurt to give the middle palate a nice big mouth feel."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathclyde 1989 28yo Single Grain
700ml 55.80%
  Ret
$269.00
   
These well aged and highly intriguing grain whiskies just keep popping up. Fascinating, complex, thought provoking and maybe a touch weird. But always well worth the try. Official notes read, "Nose: vanilla pods, earthy, mustiness, dunnage, cream cheese, butter scotch, Flavour: hard boil sweets, biscuity, honey oats, nutty, caramac (Scottish caramel bar). Finish: shortbread, vanilla ice cream, fruit pastil," All American oak matured.

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Strathclyde 1989 29yo Grain
700ml 55.70%
  Ret
$269.00
   
Strathclyde is a massive grain distillery owned by Pernod Ricard, located in that "quaint" Glasgow suburb of the Gorbals. This plant produces 40 million litres of spirit at 94.5% alc, every year!! And most of this manly wheat based spirit goes into blending. But even grain distillers like to pop some aside for some advanced maturing. And occasionally it does get bottled, especially by the likes of Wm Cadenhead. Aged grain spirits are exotic as they are complex and full of unusual flavours to those that are not familiar with these types of spirits. All American oak matured, only 330 bottles released an according to Cadenheads, "Very chewey. Cinnamon toast and hints of lime. The finish has hints of paprika, peppermint and dark chocolate."

 
BLEND
Cadenhead Blend 20yo Batch 2 Glenrothes Glenlivet Benrinnes Strathclyde Sherry Blend
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$129.00
   
Another cracker of a concoction from Wm Cadenhead. And as with the Blend 45, it's a full on sherry monster derived from 20yo spirit from Glenrothes and Glenlivet plus 20yo grain from Strathclyde and Benrinnes for this batch. Very dark with no caramel colouring. From Malt.com, "I hate to say this but smooth. More chocolate flavours, cinnamon bark, mace and aniseed. A rum punch? Charcoal on the fringes. A simple pleasure. Terry’s chocolate orange. A damn fine creation it must be said. Nothing biblical, but it has an essence of the old traditional blend about it – a touch of style if you prefer. An irresistible combination of value and an experience. 8/10" blend_20

   
Cadenhead Blend 45yo Glenfarclas Glenlivet Invergordon Sherry Blend
700ml 43.10%
  Ret
$499.00
   
Wow! Look at the age, look at what went into it, remembering that all the spirit has to be at least 45 years of age and don't worry about the price. It's a steal. Official notes reveal, "ground coffee, creamy and fruity with faint oaky notes. Orange peel, cinnamon, strawberry sauce and peaches." Laid down 1973, it maybe American oak matured but it is dark as, and with no caramel colouring. And we have no idea how many were released. blend_45

   
Cadenhead Creations 175th 18yo Light Creamy Vanilla Blend
700ml 44.60%
  Ret
$149.00
   
This is Mark Watt and his team at Wm Cadenhead at their most eccentric and artistic best: blending up a storm with some pretty classy building blocks of both single malt and grain whiskies. This is new for 2017 but continues the Light Creamy Vanilla blend theme started a couple of years ago/ According to Watt, "Satsuma (ie mandarine) peel, milk chocolate, icing sugar and strawberries." Perfect for a summer's afternoon!

 
Cadenhead Creations 1973 44yo Light Fruity Sherry Glenfarclas Glenlivet Invergordon Blend
700ml 43.40%
  Ret
$399.00
   
Talk about bang for you buck!! Only 346 bottles released, world-wide and the taste, according to Cadenhead's, "Nose: Fudge, macadamia nuts, prunes, soft wood spices. Flavour: Fresh whipped cream. Dark cherries, Rye like spice. Finish: Short crust pastry. A nice interplay between the sherry and vanilla notes." From WhiskyFun, "Out in April, probably all downed already by the thirsty masses. Geriatric whisky? Not too sure… Colour: gold. Nose: ah! Teas and herbs plus fruit skins, that’s the name of the game here. Guavas, gooseberries, huckleberries, banana skin, honeysuckle, lime tree… This really works, but careful, when you get green bananas or banana skin on the nose, the palates may have gotten too drying and ‘green’, let’s see… Mouth: not quite, this is rather green liquorice, even liquorice allsorts, orange blossom water, oriental pastries, a feeling of incense and balsa wood, then rather fresher fruits, around blueberries again, morellos... It did not get too drying, and any excessive graininess has been kept at bay (excessive coconut, pwah!) Finish: medium, fresh, rather on mint and other herbs. Some nutty sherry in the aftertaste, as well as, indeed, a little oak, that was to be expected. Comments: a very fine old blend that managed to avoid the nursing home. SGP:661 - 85 points."

 
Cadenhead Creations 1980 36yo Rich Fruity Sherry Highland Park Macallan et al Sherry Butt Blend
700ml 44.50%
  Ret
$289.00
   
Rich, fruity and sherry and made up of: Highland Park, Macallan, Tamdhu and Invergordon. And all matured in 2 x shery butts. What more can you ask for. This Creations series from Mark Watt and his team at Cadenheads has been quite the success. Using a variety of styles including single malt and grain whiskies along old and new whiskies with the aim of making something special, something tasty and something very unique. And the taste? Vanilla with a hint of toffee, raspberries, strawberry jam, soft spice and marzipan. And there's plenty of sherry in it as well. And all matured in two sherry butts.

 
Johnnie Walker Black Label 12yo
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$70.00
   
A recent of the peated version of Johnnie Walker. I suspect the peat comes from Caol Ila, Boxed or tin.

 
Johnnie Walker Gold Label Reserve
700ml 40.00%
  Ret
$165.00
   
Another version, this one dating from the re-launch in 2012, of the semi-premium gold label. No age statement and no outer packaging. The majority of the malt comes from Clynelish. Pic indicative only.

 
 
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