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  • $125.00
    $112.50
    Signatory Vintage Glenlossie 18-Year-Old 1997 Single Malt

    Signatory Vintage Glenlossie 18-Year-Old 1997 Single Malt

    An 18-year-old independent bottling from Speyside's Glenlossie distillery, who we rarely see as a single malt.

    Bottled as part of Signatory Vintage's Un-Chillfiltered Collection (and therefore at natural colour also), this was distilled 18 February 1997 and matured for 18 years in ex-bourbon hogheads #827 and #828. It was bottled 1 February 2016 – two weeks off its 19th birthday.

    A Diageo-owned distillery, Glenlossie provides a lot of whisky for the Haig blends.

    The distillery employ a relatively long 75-to-80 hour fermentation and their stills have purifier pipes attached to increase reflux. As a result the newmake is light and grassy.

    With age Glenlossies often show cereal notes with subtle spice and fruits.

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  • $135.00
    $121.50
    Signatory Vintage Glenlivet 2006 9 Year Old

    Signatory Vintage Glenlivet 2006 9 Year Old

    A 2006 vintage independent bottling from Speyside's Glenlivet, matured in a first-fill sherry cask.

    Bottled as part of Signatory Vintage's Un-Chillfiltered Collection (and therefore at natural colour also), this was distilled 17 October 2006. This single cask expression then matured in first-fill sherry butt #901043 for over nine years (almost ten) before it was bottled 8 September 2016.

    This has a beautiful rich golden bronze colour, which is particularly evident when sat alongside other natural coloured expressions from the same range.

    One of the world's top two selling single malts thanks to their prolific official bottlings, independent expressions from Speyside's Glenlivet are fleeting but often exceptional. With the shackles thrown off, their spirit shows fantastic depth and complexity - particularly in sherry casks.

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  • $129.00
    $116.10
    Signatory Vintage Dailuaine 1997 19-Year-Old Single Malt

    Signatory Vintage Dailuaine 1997 19-Year-Old Single Malt

    2016 bottling of a 19-year-old from Speyside's Dailuaine distillery.

    With most of the distillery output used for blends, the character can be quite varied but it's always rewarding.

    This was distilled 21 May 1997 and matured for 19 years in hogsheads #7207 and #7208. It was bottled 23 May 2016.

    It is a sister cask to the release we saw last year, which was distilled on the same day but having been bottled earlier was an 18-year-old.

    Offered at 46% without chill-filtration and without added colouring.

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  • $199.00
    $179.10
    Boutiqe-y Whisky Company Tobermory Batch 3

    Boutiqe-y Whisky Company Tobermory Batch 3

    A single cask expression from The Isle Of Mull’s Tobermory distillery, bottled by the Boutique-y Whisky Company.

    The BWC is a world-renowned independent bottler, famous for their cartoon labels which often depict in-jokes about the distiller or the release.

    This is the third release of Tobermory, with the age not disclosed. Although it has been bottled at 48.1%, so if this has been bottled at natural cask strength it’s probably not that young. The colour and flavour give this away as an American oak ex-bourbon cask. There were 208 bottles in the release.

    The label depicts a famous scene from cult British comedy Alan Partridge, which you can watch below.

    This was a polarising whisky when first released, a fact best evident in the reviews by Whisky Magazine.

    One of their reviewers gave it 92 points, calling it “a superbly balanced whisky” while another gave it 79, saying “quite limited in what it gives, but developes over time in the glass.”

    Read both sides below:

    Whisky Magazine’s Chris Goodrum:

    Nose: A moist and succulent nose of Gala and Honeydew melon, apricot, pineapple, tangerine and barley. Sawdusty oak appears with a light grassiness. That's a gorgeous nose!

    Palate: Not as fruity as the nose but still not lacking in fruit. A little more barley and a taught, mineral edge. Green apple and gooseberry appears on the middle amidst the slightly tropical fruit.

    Finish: Fabulously balanced, long and lightly honeyed with the barley and oak lingering. Lovely, light bitter chocolate note in the after-taste.

    Whisky Magazine’s Neil Ridley:

    Nose: Spirit, wet wood and a slightly malty, but maritime malted beer note. 

    Palate: The beer note continues, alongside some sharp dry oak. A little flat here.  

    Finish: Short, with very oaky undertones.

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  • $249.00
    $224.10
    Signatory Vintage Blair Athol 1988 27-Year-Old Single Cask

    Signatory Vintage Blair Athol 1988 27-Year-Old Single Cask

    A 1988 cask strength, single cask from the highland Blair Athol distillery – a whisky that is something of an industry secret.

    This was distilled on 14 October 1988 and matured for 27 years in a refill ex-sherry cask (#6851 to be precise) before it was bottled on 17 March 2016.

    The cask yielded 520 bottles at 58.9% - this is a whisky that has held its strength remarkably well.

    The colour (all natural) is outstanding and evident of the distillery’s preference for sherry casks.

    Blair Athol is a historic distillery, which rarely receives the single malt treatment. Today the whisky is large component of the Bells blended whisky, but Blair Athol dates back to 1798 when a distillery was established under the name 'Aldour'.

    Their whiskies are often matured in sherry casks, for which the distillery is known for.

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  • $265.00
    $238.50
    Signatory Vintage Ben Nevis 1991 24-Year-Old Cask Strength

    Signatory Vintage Ben Nevis 1991 24-Year-Old Cask Strength

    A single sherry cask from the Ben Nevis distillery bottled by Signatory Vintage.

    Traditionally a fruity, oily whisky, this was distilled 29 October 1991 and bottled 18 Jully 2016. It spent 24 years in sherry butt #3834. The cask yielded 585 bottles. It is a sister cask to the previous release.

    This is bottled at 55.7% cask strength. 

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Ballechan Heavily Peated (Edradour) 10-Year-Old

    Ballechan Heavily Peated (Edradour) 10-Year-Old

    The heavily peated distilled at small highland distillery Edradour.

    Edradour have been distilling heavily-peated spirit since 2003 and the Ballechin 10-year-old is the culmination of the ‘work in progress’ discovery series of releases.

    There’s no shortage of grassy smoke here, with touches of brine, spice, chocolate and delicate citrus.

    Bottled at 46%, it is natural colour and un-chill filtered.

    Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland, with an annual capacity of under 100,000 litres of pure alcohol. Discounting the newer smaller distilleries that have emerged this millennium, it is certainly the smallest operational Scottish whisky distillery to survive from the Victorian era.

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  • $110.00
    $99.00
    Arran Sauternes Cask Single Malt

    Arran Sauternes Cask Single Malt

    The Sauternes cask finish from the Isle Of Arran’s only distillery’s wine cask series.

    The series boasts big, fruity, juicy whiskies bottled at 50% and un-chill filtered.

    Sauternes is a sweet wine from France’s Bordeaux region. Arran’s new make is light and fruity by design and so it’s effective at extracting flavour from wood.

    This is taken a fair bit of sweetness from the cask, but the citrus of Arran’s whisky is there also.

    Expect a hint of citrus under honey and vanilla, with a backbone of toasty oak.

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  • $110.00
    $99.00
    Arran Madeira Cask Single Malt

    Arran Madeira Cask Single Malt

    The Madeira cask finish from the Isle Of Arran’s only distillery’s wine cask series.

    The series boasts big, fruity, juicy whiskies bottled at 50% and un-chill filtered.

    Madeira is a fortified wine from the island of the Portuguese coast that bears its name. Arran’s new malt is light and fruity by design and so it’s effective at extracting flavour from wood.

    With chocolate and orange-zest notes, also expect marmalade and fruit cake.

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  • $139.00
    $125.10
    Green Spot Leoville-Barton Single Pot Still Whiskey

    Green Spot Leoville-Barton Single Pot Still Whiskey

    The staple Green Spot Irish single pot still whiskey finished in red wine casks from Bordeaux Chateau Leoville Barton.

    Distilled at the Midleton distillery in County Cork, Green Spot is one of the few ‘single pot still’ Irish whiskies – a style of whiskey distilled with both malted and unmalted barley. The raw, unmalted barley gives the whiskies a unique rich, spicy flavour.

    Not only in Leoville Barton one of the most premium chateaux in the region, but there is an Irish-tie in as well. The house traces its history back to Thomas Barton, an Irishman, whose descendants are still involved in the winery.

    This Green Spot is finished for one-to-two years in the wine casks after initially maturing in a mixture of ex-bourbon, ex-oloroso sherry and ex-American virgin oak casks.

    The wine cask treatment gives a perfumed, berry fruit edge to the classic creaminess and spicy barley finish of the Green Spot canon.

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Green Spot Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey

    Green Spot Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey

    A staple of the Irish single pot still style, Green Spot is spicy, creamy and gentle.

    Distilled at the Midleton distillery in County Cork, Green Spot is one of the few ‘single pot still’ Irish whiskies – a style of whiskey distilled with both malted and unmalted barley. The raw, unmalted barley gives the whiskies a unique rich, spicy flavour.

    Fantastic value, it is aged in both ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks for between seven and ten years.

    Oily and toasty with a gentle oak influence, you can also expect orchard fruits on the palate, with barley and cereal spices on the lingering finish.

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  • $259.00
    $233.10
    Ichiro's Malt Wine Wood Reserve Pure Malt

    Ichiro's Malt Wine Wood Reserve Pure Malt

    The Ichiro’s Malt Wine Wood Reserve pure malt Japanese whisky which includes single malts from both the closed Hanyu and new Chichibu distillery.

    Bottled at 46% with no added colouring and no chill-filtration, it has been matured, vatted and bottled at Chichibu.

    The Akuto family, whose history with sake production dates back to the 17th century, had previously run the Hanyu distillery in the town of Chichibu. It closed in 2000 and then when under new ownership dismantled in 2004.

    Ichiro Akuto, whose grandfather had built Hanyu, managed to secure much of the maturing stocks around that time and took them to market as Hanyu whilst planning his own, new distillery. That would become Chichibu, which was opened in 2008.

    This expression, matured in wine casks, is rich with berry sweetness with chocolate and spices.

    See more from Chichibu here.

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