Country: USA Region: Kentucky ABV: 43.00% Closure: cork
Woodford Reserve is a sour mash straight bourbon made at Kentucky’s oldest distillery. It is the only bourbon which is triple distilled in copper pot stills, the time-honoured method of production. It is then aged in new charred American oak barrels. Double Gold Medals at the World Spirits Competition in 2000, 2001 and 2005 – the only bourbon ever to achieve this.
Glengoyne is one of the only Scottish whiskies to be distilled from unpeated malt - the malt is allowed to dry naturally before fermentation and distillation begin, resulting in an elegant, medium-bodied style..
Launched in late 2008 to replace the previous 12 year old, this single malt from the Dalmore distillery is a toasty, coffee-rich dram with beautifully spice notes and a thick mouthfeel. Very rich for a 12 year old.
A fragrant nose with a dusting if icing sugar. Sweet and fruity, with almonds. Richer molasses notes develop with time. Full-bodied and mouth-coating, with pepper and lots of vigorous, emerging spices on the palate. Medium length in the finish, with tropical fruits and spicy oak all the way to the end
Our biggest seller! Handcrafted from Speyside’s smallest working distillery. Rich sherry influence with fruit and nut chocolate and delicate spice—cinnamon. Fresh green apples with a malty note. The palate of forest fruits , sherry, malt and a whiff of peat smoke. Aged in Sherry and Bourbon casks and finished in sweet Oloroso barrels.
This superb richly sherried single malt is matured for at least 12 years in a combination of the finest Spanish Pedro Ximinez and Oloroso sherry casks. Non-chill filtered, of natural colour and bottled at 43%, the GlenDronach 12 year old Original is a sweet, creamy dram.
This is the new standard bottling from Bruichladdich, using premium American oak casks to mature The Classic Laddie by the shores of Lochindaal helped master distillery Jim McEwan to exemplify the floral, unpeated style that Bruichladdich is well known for.
Light, yet complex, it’s smooth yet challenging, each twist and turn delivers a surprise. This is a dram that has something for everyone. The nose delivers soft very aromatic notes with a hint of honey and lemon in the foreground. The palate is sweet to start with an appetising fruitiness and a long smooth finish.
Malt whiskey that becomes Black Bush is aged up to eleven years in selection sherry-seasoned oak casks before being blended with a small portion of a special single grain whiskey, full bodied aromas with spicy, malty and nutty sweet sherry notes. It is complex and well flavoured, slightly sweet with clear malt notes that are not masked by smoke.