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Aberlour
A mellow and soft single malt whisky from the Speyside. Its aroma is full, malty and spicy. The taste is determined by the sherry barrel storage. The classic from the Aberlour distillery!
This single malt is matured in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks for 14 years and the married in ex-sherry casks, where it is extra-matured for another year.
Ardbeg
The Ardbeg Corryvreckan is named after Europe's biggest vortex. It lies very close to the Hebrides and the Isle of Jura on the west coast of Scotland. It comes non chill filtered and with a high ABV. The Corryvreckan impersonates the untamed character...
This was the first bottling of the newly opened Ardbeg distillery under the new banner. It was bottled from 90% ex-bourbon casks and 10% ex-sherry casks. The Ardbeg Uigeadail is fruitier and smoother than the normal Ardbeg TEN.
Ardbeg TEN stands for a very intense, peated Whisky that you can enjoy regularly. Its taste is full and intense like the Isle of Islay itself. While tasting you always have this smoky note lingering over everything. A very nice non chill filtered whisky...
Arran
Status: Sample
Auchentoshan
The most important novelty in the new Auchentoshan range. The 12-year-old replaces the old 10-year-old standard bottling. It's been matured in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks.
Balvenie
This Balvenie was matured in old sherry and bourbon casks. It makes this scotch interesting but also mild. The orange flavour and a deep sweetness make it a true gem among malt whiskies.
Benromach
Bowmore
Bunnahabhain
Original bottling - Single Cask Collection
Status: Sample
'Cruach-Mhòna' mean Peat Stack. You can see these Peat stacks in the Scotish heather where the peat is harvested. As a result this Bunnahabhain surprises with a lot of fine peat smoke, strong malt and spices. Nose: Intense and very alive with fresh hay,...
The 12-year-old offers with his hefty 46.3% vol enough reserves for dilution with some still water. Bunnahabhain comes from Gaelic and means 'estuary', a direct reference to the Margadale River. The bottle is decorated with a sailor. Bunnahabhain was the...