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  • $799.00
    $719.10
    Adelphi Glen Elgin 30-Year-Old 1978 Single Cask

    Adelphi Glen Elgin 30-Year-Old 1978 Single Cask

    A powerful archive release from the Glen Elgin distiller in Speyside, of which there are only a handful in the world.

    Originally released in 2008, this reappears as part of Adelphi’s Archive series – thought lost but rediscovered. Distilled in 1978, it is 30-years-old at 46.9%. Quite a remarkable opportunity to try a whisky distilled during a completely different era (and just prior to a major whisky slump) this is a rich, vibrant whisky with layered fruits, jumpy sugars and some character building edges of burnt and herbs.

    Glen Elgin dates back to the optimistic whisky producing period on 1898 and is currently owned by Diageo. One of the group’s underappreciated workhorses, the vast majority of production is used for blends like White Horse.

    The distillery is home to six small stills, however new stills were installed during a three year period of closure between 1992 and 1995 – so this spirit was very much a product of the ‘old stills’, which grew from two to six in 1964.

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    A.D Rattray Cask Islay Single Malt

    A.D Rattray Cask Islay Single Malt

    A single malt whisky from a secret distillery on Islay, bottled by renowned whisky agents A.D Rattray. 

    A dry and slightly oily whisky, this has some fun jumpy roasted notes with citrus and plenty of peat smoke. We've got our suspicions of where this comes from.

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  • $110.00
    $99.00
    Aberlour 12 Year Old Non Chill-Filtered

    Aberlour 12 Year Old Non Chill-Filtered

    A very interesting expression from Aberlour that is proudly non chill-filtered and at 48%.

    Matured for 12 years, this is quite warming with caramel and chocolate. The richer mouth-feel also adds to its late night qualities.

    Official Tasting Notes:

    Nose: Rich and fruity with notes of sweet strawberry jam.

    Palate: Sherried character and deep fruity plum aromas balanced with rich chocolate, toffee, cinnamon and raisins.

    Finish: Long, sweet and very slightly spicy. 

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  • $155.00
    $139.50
    Aberlour 16 Year Old Doublewood

    Aberlour 16 Year Old Doublewood

    94.5pts 'liquid Gold' Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2015

    Nose: A sweet and generous nose frames current buns, pear and apple pastries, fresh grapes and kiwifruit, licourice and creamy menthol. A broader layer of rich sherry shares a hint of wood polish, cherry syrup and a suggestion of macadamia. A beautiful partnership of juicy ripe fruit (banana, peaches, apricot) and alluringly soft spice.

    Palate: A sensual delivery builds weight through the mid palate unveiling dark chocolate, spiced honey, roasted hazelnuts and typical sweet fruitcake and soft plum. A waxy mouth fell is evident

    Finish: Buttered toast, white grapes and macadamia nuts leave lingering flavours of spicey vanilla oak and black tea

    Additional Info: “A malt of unbridled magnificence” - Jim Murray

    World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Speyside 13 to 20 years
    IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Whisky - Scotch

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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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  • $279.00
    $251.10
    Acorn Bunnahabhain 20-Year-Old Single Malt

    Acorn Bunnahabhain 20-Year-Old Single Malt

    A rare example of peated Bunnahabhain with significant age on it, bottled by Japan’s Acorn bottler.

    Distilled December 1997 and bottled March 2018, this 20-year-old has been bottled at 50.4%.

    The peat is sweet and integrated and it has a beautiful oily, mechanic’s shop texture. Also has a fair whack of coastal brine and salinity.

    Acorn limited operates from Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Mr. Seishi Tsuta is the president of Acorn limited and begun his independent bottling after working for Oddbins wine auctions in London throughout the 70s and early ‘80s. His bottlings are spirit driven and look to reflect distillery styles rather than cask influence.

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  • $249.00
    $224.10
    Acorn Glendullan 15-Year-Old Single Cask

    Acorn Glendullan 15-Year-Old Single Cask

    A 15-year-old Glendullan bottled by Japanese independent bottler Acorn.

    Glendullan was built in 1897 and is one of Diageo’s workhorse distilleries, often seen under the Singleton label. They practise 75-hour fermentations to encourage a light, grassy characteristic.

    This is a very tasty, clean and pure example of the distillery – as much about texture as specific flavours.

    Acorn limited operates from Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Mr. Seishi Tsuta is the president of Acorn limited and begun his independent bottling after working for Oddbins wine auctions in London throughout the 70s and early ‘80s. His bottlings are spirit driven and look to reflect distillery styles rather than cask influence.

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  • $199.00
    $179.10
    Acorn Macduff 15-Year-Old Single Cask

    Acorn Macduff 15-Year-Old Single Cask

    A 15-year-old Macduff bottled by Japanese independent bottler Acorn.

    Macduff is a distillery primarily used to create stock for blends, there are a few single malts on the market under the Glen Deveron – or straight Deveron – name, but the name does appear on a few independent bottled expressions.

    This expression from Acorn is typical to the Macduff house style, with an powerful floral, English garden nose.

    Acorn limited operates from Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Mr. Seishi Tsuta is the president of Acorn limited and begun his independent bottling after working for Oddbins wine auctions in London throughout the 70s and early ‘80s. His bottlings are spirit driven and look to reflect distillery styles rather than cask influence.

    Nose: Overwhelming fragrance of white flowers, mandarin skins, Portugese tart.

    Palate: Limoncello and egg custard.

    Finish: Orange blossom, toasted brioche, unsweetened vanilla, white chocolate.

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  • $149.00
    $134.10
    Adelphi Glenborrodale Batch 5

    Adelphi Glenborrodale Batch 5

    Batch five of Adelphi’s delicious, juicy Glenborrodale blended malt whisky.

    Built of a bed of heavily sherried eight-year-old whisky (the rest of the make-up is substantially older), this is a pleasing, sweet whisky that disappears all too quickly once open. Give this time though, because there are plenty of layers.

    Official tasting notes: “Pineapple upside-down cake with a generous layer of lime marmalade; After Eights and chewy caramel pieces enjoyed by a crackling bonfire.”

    Adelphi are one of the world’s top bottlers of Scotch whisky and are the owners of the new Ardnamurchan distillery.

    1,050 bottles worldwide at 46%.

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  • $379.00
    $341.10
    Adelphi Ardmore 21-Year-Old 1996 Single Cask

    Adelphi Ardmore 21-Year-Old 1996 Single Cask

    A 21-year-old Ardmore from an era when the moderately peated highlander was still using direct fired stills.

    This single cask expression has been bottled by Adelphi, one of the world’s best loved bottlers of Scotch whisky. Distilled in 1996, this was bottled in 2017 as a 21-year-old. The cask yielded 236 bottles at a powerful 61%.

    A roasty, burning wood note is first on the nose, while there’s also grassy and spice notes, particularly on the palate. Just as we’ve come to expect from these Adelphi Ardmores, though, is that gloriously long finish of wafting, earthy smoke.

    Founded in 1898, modern Ardmore is known for being a unique distillery amongst the east highlands in that they mildly peat their spirit. Located in Kennethmont, south of Huntly, the distillery uses locally sourced peat from St Fergus on the east coast. With a PPM of between 10 and 15, about 60 percent of their annual output is softy peated like this.

    In 2002 Ardmore removed their direct-coal heated system to replace their stills with an indirect steam heating. While steam is more efficient and provides a more even heat, there is an argument that the unpredictability of directly-heated stills gave extra character and nuances. Ardmore was one of the latter distilleries to remove their direct-heated system.

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  • $659.00
    $593.10
    Adelphi Aultmore 1982 35-Year-Old Single Cask

    Adelphi Aultmore 1982 35-Year-Old Single Cask

    A very rare 35-year-old from Speyside’s Aultmore distillery, bottled by Adelphi.

    Distilled in 1982, this was matured in a first fill sherry cask and bottled at 54.8%. The cask yielded just 196 bottles.

    Aultmore found fame as a key component of the Dewars blend and it is usually on the sweeter, fresher end of the flavour scale. However, this particular expression has more deep, dark fruit due to the sheer length of aging.

    With well aged sherry cask expressions few and far between, this represents excellent value in the current climate.

    This expression is part of the outturn that landed in Australia February 2018.

    Un-chill filtered and with natural colour.

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  • $365.00
    $328.50
    Adelphi Bowmore 19-Year-Old 1997 Single Cask

    Adelphi Bowmore 19-Year-Old 1997 Single Cask

    A fascinating single cask, cask strength Bowmore expression bottled by independent bottlers Adelphi.

    Distilled in 1997 this was bottled in 2017, the ex-sherry cask yielding 545 bottles.

    A fantastically bold, if a bit bizarre, Bowmore, this showcases the rich perfumed aromatics the distillery is famed for, with a fine smoke and grounded back palate.

    Founded in 1779 Bowmore is one of the most historic distilleries in Scotland, let alone on the small island of Islay.

    It remains one of the few distilleries with its own malting floors, which produces an estimated 30 percent of their overall need. Both the house-produced malt and the rest sourced from the mainland are peated to approximately 25 PPM.

    Bowmore is the main town of Islay and is held close to the heart of many visitors as it has the most amount of accommodation and is close to the island’s small airport (although nothing is far away on Islay).

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