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The Macallan single malt was distilled in 2005, and matured in sherry casks until 2019. Then bottled by Gordan & MacPhail.
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Initially aged in traditional oak whisky casks, this Balvenie whisky is then further matured in old Carribean rum barrels.
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2015 Silver Outstanding Medal Winner - International Wine & Spirits Competition IWSC Awards Tasting Note: Complex grainy nose with grassy notes and some floral backing. Creamy across the palate yet still has attractive fresh, crisp grainy bite. Citrus and honey make a contribution. Then a soft move brings out some European oak and snatches of blackcurrant. Well balanced, mellow and soft as it moved into long finish.
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An independent bottling by Morrison and Mackay, while they've hidden what distilleries the whiskies have come from, we do know that this was distilled in 2011 and aged in hogshead casks until 2017. A release of 915 bottles.
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Riverflow Speyside Single Malt on the nose has hints of citrus, with undertones of vanilla, cacao and white bread. These aromas are paired with ginger and brandy on the palate, with more vanilla. The finish is long with spice and pepper.
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Benriach 22YO Peated Single Malt is full of elegant aromas of ripe figs, fresh black cherries and a profusion of sweet peat. A huge pungent blast of peat smoke emerges, partnering the peated element perfectly. Full bodied and audacious. The Benriach 'Albariza' is a limited production, second edition Single Malt Scotch Whisky distilled from peated malted barley, matured in American oak casks and then finished in Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks.
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Glen Keith Carn Mor Cask Strength 1988 - Very full and intense, shows some tropical fruit notes together with curry spices (chilli and cummin). Long ageing in the bourbon barrel has given rich vanilla flavours matched to citrus fruits and honey on toast. The finsh has more sweet citrus fruits, coffee and spice notes. The Single malt was distilled on 4th October 1988 and matured in a bourbon barrel - bottled as part of their Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask range on 24th August 2017. 221 bottles were produced.
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On the nose a fresh and lively combination of crisp, green orchard fruits, stem ginger and hints of tangerine mellows to creamy vanilla with a delicate note of mint and a gentle twist of citrus, all held together with a sweet barley back note. Warm toasted oak spices flood through green apple skins and dried apricots in the mouth, ripening to hints of peach and soft banana. Subtle touches of aniseed and lemon zest create a contrasting edge to the fruit and add an intriguing character to the long, crisp barley finish.
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Golden brown in colour, imparted by ageing in virgin oak casks. Even the wood they use for maturing the spirit is an intrinsic part of producing this beautifully balanced Organic Single Malt Whisky… a world-first when it was launched. With that in mind, enjoy the sumptuous aroma without water. It’s delightfully sweet and malty at first, and after a few inhalations you may detect vanilla, toffee and banana influences coming through. Enjoy the taste without water roll it around your mouth and savour the creamy pepper and sweet fruit flavours, particularly ripe bananas. Add a trickle of water to release the whisky and take in the aroma with water, fresh and malty with darker, delicious hints of coffee and cocoa. You may smell some vanilla notes, and a touch of the fruit bowl coming through once again - this time with citrus fruits, especially lemons. Now for the taste with water the smooth and mellow body has an exotic carnival feel with some gorgeous chilli spice and tropical fruit flavours, balanced with creaminess and a dark chocolate edge: a mouth-watering balance with a smooth and long finish. This whisky is certified Organic from start to finish, meeting rigorous UK Soil Association standards for growing the ingredients, distillation, maturation and bottling. Unique on launch in 2006, it is still very rare today.
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The finest Scottish barley is malted with high levels of peat smoke at 67ppm (parts per million: the phenol level, to those in the know). Take in the aroma without water of sweet vanilla, honey and cured meat aromas, hints of apricot and lemon combining with a beautiful subtle tobacco note. Dive in and enjoy the taste without water, there’s cracked pepper with sweet strawberry and orange flavours, a delicate hint of aniseed… combined with a lingering edge of bonfire embers. Now enjoy the aroma with water, the delicate smokiness complements lemon, honey and vanilla aromas with sweet hints of apricot and sugared almonds developing on the tongue. Lift it to your lips and savour the taste with water. Slow cooked apple, pear and tangy grapefruit give way to a trace of cocoa powder and an absolutely gorgeous edge of lingering cigars. It’s a wonderfully fruity and smoky single malt whisky.
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A gold medal winner at the 2006 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. The nose is quite citrussy and zesty. Sugared orange peels and herbal notes, wood shavings and pine oil, rubbed spearmint leaves and winter spice. There are notes of malted barley and cereal sweetness. The palate is of medium-body and quite smooth. One of the best value malts around.
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There is a very supple, chewy peat lying quietly in the background. The palate is quite full with notes of heather roots and damp earth, notes of honeyed sweetness with Jamaica ginger cake, a touch of rum with malty peat. The finish is quite long with winter spice and crystallized stem ginger with cereal notes
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