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  • $139.00
    $125.10
    GlenDronach Peated Port Wood Single Malt

    GlenDronach Peated Port Wood Single Malt

    New in Australia for 2018, a peated GlenDronach partly matured in port pipes.

    A limited release from the famous highland distillery, usually lauded for the sherry cask expressions, this is the latest in their series of peated expressions which pay homage to the traditional highland style. This expression has been finished in port pipes sourced from Douro in Portugal.

    Bottled at 46%, non-chill filtered and natural colour.

    The peat shows itself in this release as a sweet, smouldering smoke, while there’s plenty of wild red fruits and pepper spices.

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  • $385.00
    $346.50
    BenRiach Albariza 22-Year-Old Peated PX Finish Single Malt

    BenRiach Albariza 22-Year-Old Peated PX Finish Single Malt

    A peated 22-year-old single malt from BenRiach finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks.

    A limited release now part of the archive, Albariza was originally filled into ex-bourbon American oak casks, before a stint in PX casks. Albariza takes its name for the type of soil used for growing grapes in Andalucia in Spain – where the casks originate from.

    After 22-years (this dates from the pre-2001 closure stocks) the smoke has mellowed, particularly under the influence of the PX cask. It’s honeyed and sweet, with the malty, chocolaty spirit enveloping that campfire smoke.

    Non-chill filtered and natural colour.

    BenRiach has one of the most tumultuous histories in the Scotch whisky industry. Originally established in 1897 next to Longmorn, it lasted only a few years before the Pattison crash crippled the whisky industry and forced its closure. After just two years of operation, it would take over six decades for whisky to run off the stills again -a feat many thought would never happen.

    In 1965 the distillery was fired up again, its maltings used to help its neighbour Longmorn. A quiet distillery during the period, when Pernod Ricard acquired the site it was closed in 2001 – which many though, again, would be for good. The most decisive moment of BenRiach’s history came in 2003 when an independent consortium led by Billy Walker bought the distillery and reinvented it as a major single malt concern for the first time. In 2016 Brown-Forman purchased the BenRiach Distilling Company, a sign of the success in the distilleries revitalisation.

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  • $349.00
    $314.10
    BenRiach 22-Year-Old Dark Rum Cask

    BenRiach 22-Year-Old Dark Rum Cask

    A 22-year-old single malt from BenRiach matured in dark rum casks from Jamaica.

    This has been matured in ex-bourbon American oak casks, before its finish in the Caribbean rum casks.

    Bottled at 46%, this is quick a complex, evolving BenRiach. The rum casks work with the barley notes, adding vanillas, spices and citrus elements.

    As a 22-year-old, this dates from the pre-2001 closure stocks.

    Non-chill filtered and natural colour.

    BenRiach has one of the most tumultuous histories in the Scotch whisky industry. Originally established in 1897 next to Longmorn, it lasted only a few years before the Pattison crash crippled the whisky industry and forced its closure. After just two years of operation, it would take over six decades for whisky to run off the stills again -a feat many thought would never happen.

    In 1965 the distillery was fired up again, its maltings used to help its neighbour Longmorn. A quiet distillery during the period, when Pernod Ricard acquired the site it was closed in 2001 – which many though, again, would be for good. The most decisive moment of BenRiach’s history came in 2003 when an independent consortium led by Billy Walker bought the distillery and reinvented it as a major single malt concern for the first time. In 2016 Brown-Forman purchased the BenRiach Distilling Company, a sign of the success in the distilleries revitalisation.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Vanilla syrup and poached pears, dusted with sweet barley grist, combine with oak spice and candied peel to create a warm contrast.

    Palate: Ripe yellow plums and nectarines infused with vanilla, ginger and tangerine peel. Wild flower honey combined with stewed barley creates an exceptionally luscious. A long finish with rich, dark sugars and warm oak spice of the dark rum casks combine perfectly with orchard fruits and fresh barley character of the classic BenRiach style.

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  • $199.00
    $179.10
    BenRiach 17-Year-Old Pedro Ximenez Finish Single Malt

    BenRiach 17-Year-Old Pedro Ximenez Finish Single Malt

    A 17-year-old BenRiach finished in ex-Pedro Ximenex sherry casks.

    Now an archive release, this was first matured in American oak ex-bourbon casks before its stint in the PX casks from the Jerez de la Frontera bodegas of Andalucia.

    This has a big sherry influence, with the creamy BenRiach spirit flavoured with dark chocolate, mocha, tobacco spices and a touch of spice.

    As a 17-year-old, this dates from the pre-2001 closure stocks.

    Non-chill filtered and natural colour.

    BenRiach has one of the most tumultuous histories in the Scotch whisky industry. Originally established in 1897 next to Longmorn, it lasted only a few years before the Pattison crash crippled the whisky industry and forced its closure. After just two years of operation, it would take over six decades for whisky to run off the stills again -a feat many thought would never happen.

    In 1965 the distillery was fired up again, its maltings used to help its neighbour Longmorn. A quiet distillery during the period, when Pernod Ricard acquired the site it was closed in 2001 – which many though, again, would be for good. The most decisive moment of BenRiach’s history came in 2003 when an independent consortium led by Billy Walker bought the distillery and reinvented it as a major single malt concern for the first time. In 2016 Brown-Forman purchased the BenRiach Distilling Company, a sign of the success in the distilleries revitalisation.

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  • $299.00
    $269.10
    BenRiach 21-Year-Old Tawny Port Finish Single Malt

    BenRiach 21-Year-Old Tawny Port Finish Single Malt

    A 21-year-old BenRiach finished in ex-tawny port casks from Portugal.

    An museum release as of 2018, this was first matured in American oak ex-bourbon casks before its stint in the tawny port hogsheads from Douro in Portugal.

    This 21-year-old is big on fruit, the well matured spirit taking on the red berries and citrus edge. One of the distillery’s richest noses.

    As a 21-year-old, this dates from the pre-2001 closure stocks.

    Non-chill filtered and natural colour.

    BenRiach has one of the most tumultuous histories in the Scotch whisky industry. Originally established in 1897 next to Longmorn, it lasted only a few years before the Pattison crash crippled the whisky industry and forced its closure. After just two years of operation, it would take over six decades for whisky to run off the stills again -a feat many thought would never happen.

    In 1965 the distillery was fired up again, its maltings used to help its neighbour Longmorn. A quiet distillery during the period, when Pernod Ricard acquired the site it was closed in 2001 – which many though, again, would be for good. The most decisive moment of BenRiach’s history came in 2003 when an independent consortium led by Billy Walker bought the distillery and reinvented it as a major single malt concern for the first time. In 2016 Brown-Forman purchased the BenRiach Distilling Company, a sign of the success in the distilleries revitalisation.

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  • $275.00
    $247.50
    Belgrove Peated Rye Cask PB063

    Belgrove Peated Rye Cask PB063

    The anticipated release of one of Australia’s most unique whiskies has arrived – Belgrove’s Peated Rye Whisky.

    Peter Bignell of Tasmania’s Belgrove Distillery has heavily peated his own-grown rye for this release, which was matured in ex-bourbon cask #PB063. Distilled from 100% rye grains, this is not only a remarkable product for Australia – but also the world.

    The peat smoke has certainly held on to the grains here and there’s a delightful, meaty, earthy smoke that jumps out of the glass. On the palate there’s more fruit and it’s surprisingly smooth for 60%. Finish is lingering with earthy smoke and freshness.

    Cask 063 was bottled 17 May 2018.

    A limited release we like to jump on when it pops up.

    Located about an hour north of Hobart, Bignell grows all his own rye. He built his own still, which is direct-fired by bio-diesel. Belgrove is unique distillery for both Australia and the world and is probably the greenest distillery in the world, as well.

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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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  • $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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  • $369.00
    $332.10
    Adelphi Clynelish 20-Year-Old 1996 Single Cask

    Adelphi Clynelish 20-Year-Old 1996 Single Cask

    A stellar single cask from one of our favourite distilleries, Clynelish.

    Very much a favourite of the whisky industry, modern Clynelish was built in 1967 next to an older distillery of the same name, which would eventually take on the moniker of Brora. The northern highland site is used mainly for Diageo’s blends, including the top level Johnnie Walkers, but it has carved a cult following from single malts, largely by the hands of independents.

    Adelphi’s Clynelish releases over the past five years have been nothing short of spectacular, the honeyed, waxy house style overlooking gorgeous complexity and intrigue.

    This expression was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2017 as a 20-year-old. At 50.6%, the cask yielded 50.6%.

    This is straight up and down what you expect from Clyelish, the beautiful textures and aromas all present and shining with delicate fruits, the slightest hint of smoke and sea air and the feeling that there’s always something more to discover.

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  • $220.00
    $198.00
    Adelphi Bunnahabhain 12-Year-Old 2005 Single Cask

    Adelphi Bunnahabhain 12-Year-Old 2005 Single Cask

    A 12-year-old single, sherry cask Bunnahabhain bottled by one of our favourite labels, Adelphi.

    Distilled in 2005 at the Islay distillery, this is unpeated but it retains the delicate maritime notes of the distillery’s style. Prominent, though, is the sherry cask influence, raisins, fudge and oak-driven vanillas.

    Bottled in 2017 at 59.8%, the cask yielded just 1999 bottles.

    A historic Islay distillery, Bunnahabhain has traditionally been overlooked in the famous island’s single malt heroes – a fact that has changed in the past decade. Now more and more of the distillery’s production is being reserved for single malts, rather than blends.

    A favourite of independent bottlers, there are a wide variety of styles on the market, but this Adelphi offering certainly sits at the cleaner, sweeter end of the spectrum why retaining the dry crispness.

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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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  • $399.00
    $359.10
    Heartwood Night Thief (Lark) Single Malt

    Heartwood Night Thief (Lark) Single Malt

    A sherry cask matured single malt from the Hobart-based Lark distillery, bottled by Tasmania’s Heartwood independent bottler.

    Night Thief is a partner of Shade Of Night and was similarly matured in an ex-oloroso sherry cask. This single malt has been vatted from LD 654 (which was the majority with 95% of the make-up) and LD 775 (just 5% of the end result).

    Bottled at 64.3%, there are 299 bottles in the release.

    Another Heartwood release to sell out immediately upon announcement, so we’re quite lucky to have a modest allocation.

    Australia's best known and highest regarded independent bottler, Heartwood's Tim Duckett creates expressions from a library of Tasmanian whisky barrels he's collected and sourced from the local distilleries.

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