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Whisky & Spirits

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  • $89.00
    $80.10
    Absinthe Bourgeois

    Absinthe Bourgeois

    An iconic absinthe that shines above the often crowded absinthe category.

    With a light emerald green colour (no glowing food colouring added here) the herbal, floral, anise and wormwood notes are extremely well balanced. It's a great entry point into the world of 'true' absinthes.

    Produced at the Emile Pernot distillery, it features the iconic cat at the cafe on the label - the poster of which has featured on bedrooms around the world.

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  • $1599.00
    $1439.10
    Caperdonich Adelphi 1970 38-Year-Old Museum Release

    Caperdonich Adelphi 1970 38-Year-Old Museum Release

    A very rare single cask bottling from the now-demolished Caperdonich distillery.

    Located next to the Glen Grant distillery when it was founded in 1897, it was silent the first half of the 20th century before eventually being mothballed in 2002 and demolished in 2010.

    This is a museum release from indie bottler Adelphi. It was distilled in 1970 and bottled in 2008 after 32 years of maturation in cask #4378. There are just 32 bottles in this release, bottled at 47.1%.

    The 2016 release of museum expressions have come about thanks to a discovery in a overseas distributor's warehouse. Harking from the era that really made Adelphi's name, rhe arrive in very limited quantities.

    Adelphi is one of the world's top independent bottlers of single cask whiskies. They buy casks already matured to bottle (as opposed to maturing them themselves) and the Adelphi brand has synonymous with top quality whisky for years. They also own the Ardnamurchan distillery on Scotland's east coast, which distilled its first spirit in 2014. 

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  • $169.00
    $152.10
    Adelphi Glenborrodale Blended Malt Batch 1

    Adelphi Glenborrodale Blended Malt Batch 1

    Batch 1 of Adelphi's Glenborrodale new blended malt series.

    Not your average blended whisky, this all-malt creation was matured in a sherry cask with a strong splash of 8-year-old first-fill sherry from Glenrothes - Adelphi's stash of those powerful Glenrothes casks is legendary. The rest of the singles malts in this vatting were 14 years old.

    There's also likely to include Bunnahabhain and Highland Park, with Macallan and Glengoyne also touted as ingredients.

    Limited to 1,226 bottles, this first batch will likely go down as a collectors item in years to come.

    For us there are lots of barley sugars and sherbert notes, with a growing oak influence and distant peat reek.

    Adelphi themselves went down the lolly-shop route for their tasting notes: toffee fudge and brandy snaps, angelica root and orange peel; Willy Wonka's forest walk with bon bons, macaroons, strawberry shoe laces and chocolate earth.

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  • $245.00
    $220.50
    Glenrothes Adelphi 2007 9-Year-Old Single Cask

    Glenrothes Adelphi 2007 9-Year-Old Single Cask

    The 2016 release of Adelphi's high voltage Glenrothes casks - aged in first-fill sherry barrels and bottled at ABVs in the high 60s.

    Sister casks, bottled at 6, 7 and 8 year olds in the past years have all been very highly sought after. Rich in the extreme and dark as night, they're bonafide sherry bombs.

    There are 282 bottles in this single cask release and they're available in very small amounts in Australia. Cask #3532 was bottled at 67.1%.

    Adelphi is one of the world's top independent bottlers of single cask whiskies. They buy casks already matured to bottle (as opposed to maturing them themselves) and the Adelphi brand has synonymous with top quality whisky for years. They also own the Ardnamurchan distillery on Scotland's east coast, which distilled its first spirit in 2014. 

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  • $320.00
    $288.00
    Adelphi Longmorn 1985 28 Year Old

    Adelphi Longmorn 1985 28 Year Old

    Museum stock: an older bottling of Longmorn from Adelphi, distilled in 1985 and bottled in 2014 as a 28-year-old.

    It was matured in cask 9907, as it is printed on the bottle, although the Adelphi archive lists it as cask '9077'. It yielded 247 bottles.

    According to the independent bottler's archive: 

    "Drawn from a refill American oak, ex-Bourbon hogshead, this has a pale gold hue with excellent beading. Initial slight nose prickle, in spite of its low ABV. A dense and fruity (mellow) nose; scented oil – slightly mineralic and Chablis-like - light toffee and raspberry boiled sweets, becoming more like a sweety shop as it opens; a dry note at the back. Rich, oily and mouth-drying after a sweet start, at full strength with fruits of the forest, even slightly tropical. It does drink very well at natural strength, but a little water opens it up a bit and introduces more pronounced fruity and dusty notes – both sweet and dry, with hints of white chocolate. This combination comes across elegantly in the taste, with a medium length, savoury finish."

    Please note: no box. 
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  • $220.00
    $198.00
    Adelphi Nightcap Edition 6 (4x 100ml)

    Adelphi Nightcap Edition 6 (4x 100ml)

    The 6th release of Adelphi's Nightcap series, which features four 100ml samples of rare single cask, cask strength whiskies from across Scotland.

    A fantastic gift for a serious whisky drinker, Edition 6 feautres a 15-year-old Ardmore, a 27-year-old single grain from the closed Cambus distillery, a 23-year-old Longmorn and a 10-year-old Bunnahabhain moine cask.

    See the images for the full description of these unique whiskies.

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  • $225.00
    $202.50
    Adelphi Royal Brackla 16 Year Old

    Adelphi Royal Brackla 16 Year Old

    Museum stock: an older bottling of Royal Brackla from Adelphi which was distilled in 1997 and bottled in 2014 as a 16-year-old.

    Cask #5564 from the highland distillery yielded 268 bottles.

    A challenging and naked expression from the highland distillery, which is rarely bottled as a single malt. A fascinating bottling that may not be the most approachable at first but rewards you in spades of old school complexity without a strong oak impact.

    Please note: no box.

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  • $650.00
    $585.00
    Teaninich Adelphi 1983 32-Year-Old Single Cask Whisky

    Teaninich Adelphi 1983 32-Year-Old Single Cask Whisky

    A spectacular 32-year-old Teaninich bottled by Adelphi, one of the world's highest regarded independent bottlers.

    Distilled in 1983 and bottled in 2016, this was matured in ex-bourbon cask #6744. The cask yielded just 190 bottles.

    Teaninich was founded in 1817 and is a big part of the Johnnie Walker blends. Single malts from the distillery are incredibly rare, with only the now-discontinued Flora & Fauna 10 year old an accesible option. 

    Adelphi is one of the world's top independent bottlers of single cask whiskies. They buy casks already matured to bottle (as opposed to maturing them themselves) and the Adelphi brand has synonymous with top quality whisky for years. They also own the Ardnamurchan distillery on Scotland's east coast, which distilled its first spirit in 2014.

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  • $165.00
    $148.50
    Adrien Camut Calvados Pays d'Auge 6 Years

    Adrien Camut Calvados Pays d'Auge 6 Years

    Since the 1800s, the Camut family has grown 115 acres of apple trees in the Pays d'Auge, the finest growing region for Calvados. In Normandy, 800 types of apples are grown; the Camut family grow about 25 of these, all of which are hand-harvested at optimum maturity between October and mid-December.

    Amber Calvados, ageing in barrels of big volume. The aroma: above all the apple without subtlety as all of our Calvados, it is neither sweetened, nor colored, nor filtered. For a 6 years of age this Calvados is smooth.

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  • $79.95
    $71.96
    Akashi 'Red' Blended Japanese Whisky

    Akashi 'Red' Blended Japanese Whisky

    A smooth, light blend from Eigashima/White Oak/Akashi made from both malt and grain whiskies.

    Whiskies in the past decade have appeared under the Whike Oak and Akashi labels, but the Eigashima distillery has a long history with sake and shochu. They recieved a license to distill whisky in 1919 (prior to Yamazaki even being built) but that whisky - and any idea of its quality - is long lost.

    This blend - dubbed the 'red' thanks to its label - is their entry level expression.

    In regards to the producers having three names, here's a quick explanation: the Eigashima sake and shochu distillery own the White Oak distillery which sometimes releases its single malts and blends under the Akashi label. The distillery is located in Akashi-shi. 

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  • $24.95
    $22.46
    Amanoto Junkara Junmai Sake Half Bottle

    Amanoto Junkara Junmai Sake Half Bottle

    A dry, crisp sake from Amanoto – the smallest of the 47 breweries in Akita, in Japan’s north – presented in a 300ml bottle.

    Junkara means "dry" and this is one of the driest sakes we have on the shelf. The nose is floral - with a hint of yeast - with the palate and finish dry and crisp. 

    Amanoto was established in 1917 and takes its name from an old poem. The name means Heavens Door and is reflected on the label with the Magatama, a stone used as a necklace in the poem.

    This is a junmai style – that is, no added alcohol or additives – made using Ginnosei rice for koji and Miyamanishiki rice for sake. The rice is grown in Akita and polished to 60%.

    Best served room temperature or warm, good with hearty foods.

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  • $52.00
    $46.80
    Amanoto Junkara Junmai Sake

    Amanoto Junkara Junmai Sake

    A dry, crisp sake from Amanoto – the smallest of the 47 breweries in Akita, in Japan’s north

    Junkara means "dry" and this is one of the driest sakes we have on the shelf. The nose is floral - with a hint of yeast - with the palate and finish dry and crisp. 

    Amanoto was established in 1917 and takes its name from an old poem. The name means Heavens Door and is reflected on the label with the Magatama, a stone used as a necklace in the poem.

    This is a junmai style – that is, no added alcohol or additives – made using Ginnosei rice for koji and Miyamanishiki rice for sake. The rice is grown in Akita and polished to 60%.

    Best served room temperature or warm, good with hearty foods.

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