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  • $145.00
    $130.50
    La Berthe De Joux Absinthe

    La Berthe De Joux Absinthe

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  • $175.00
    $157.50
    Kornog Taouarc'h Eilvet Peated Single Malt (Glann Ar Mor)

    Kornog Taouarc'h Eilvet Peated Single Malt (Glann Ar Mor)

    A peated single malt whisky from the Glann Ar Mor distillery in France matured in ex-Sauternes casks for three years.

    Dark in colour and unique in flavour, this is something quite different from the Brittany-based distillery.

    Tasting notes by The Oak Barrel’s ‘Deathray’:

    Nose: Earthy but fresh, the new make seems of a high quality because there’s a purity to it. Becomes very floral, herbal, almost agave like.

    Palate: Soft, herbal and quite oily. Hints of smoke but the cask has done a bit of work. Nice backdrop of oak.

    Finish: Medium length and soft, lingers quite nicely.

    Distillerie Glann Ar Mor was founded on the north coast of Brittany in 1999 by Martine and Jean Donnay and Kornog is the peated single malt brand of the distillery (their unpeated lines appear as ‘Glann Ar Mor’). The distillery name means “Seaside” in Breton and the location in Tregor was chosen for its maritime climate.

    The small distillery has two copper pot stills, heated with a naked flame, which is a very traditional method. Theirs is a slow distillation and they use a worm tub condenser to create body and structure in the spirit.

    They also use wooden washbacks made out of Oregon Pine, to help encourage indigenous yeasts during the fermentation process.

    The bottles are non-chill filtered and with no added colouring.

    A Kornog expression - Kornog Taouarc’h Chwec’hved 14 BC - was named European Whisky Of The Year in Jim Murray’s 2016 Whisky Bible.

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  • $175.00
    $157.50
    Kornog Roc'h Hir Peated Single Malt (Glann Ar Mor)

    Kornog Roc'h Hir Peated Single Malt (Glann Ar Mor)

    A peated single malt whisky from the Glann Ar Mor distillery in France.

    The Kornog Roc’h Hir is their classic peated expression (approximately 40PPM), matured in ex-bourbon barrels.

    The nose is pungent but fresh, with cut grass and dry earth. It has a hint of sweetness with bubblegum and pear. The palate ramps up with dry smoke and kindling fire, a good length lingering finish holds onto sharp, piercing smoke.

    Distillerie Glann Ar Mor was founded on the north coast of Brittany in 1999 by Martine and Jean Donnay and Kornog is the peated single malt brand of the distillery (their unpeated lines appear as ‘Glann Ar Mor’). The distillery name means “Seaside” in Breton and the location in Tregor was chosen for its maritime climate.

    The small distillery has two copper pot stills, heated with a naked flame, which is a very traditional method. Theirs is a slow distillation and they use a worm tub condenser to create body and structure in the spirit.

    They also use wooden washbacks made out of Oregon Pine, to help encourage indigenous yeasts during the fermentation process.

    The bottles are non-chill filtered and with no added colouring.

    A Kornog expression - Kornog Taouarc’h Chwec’hved 14 BC - was named European Whisky Of The Year in Jim Murray’s 2016 Whisky Bible.

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  • $57.00
    $51.30
    Maidenii La Tonique

    Maidenii La Tonique

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  • $165.00
    $148.50
    Castarede Bas Armagnac 1987 Vintage

    Castarede Bas Armagnac 1987 Vintage

    A 1987 vintage Armagnac from the historic Castaréde house.

    This has been sourced from the Bas-Armagnac region, which has a sandy soil thanks to its lower altitude.

    This 1987 vintage is a powerful expression, fresh and fruit-driven on the nose. Hints of liquorice as well.

    It’s not as earthy as some other Armagnacs, but still definitely in the style and very enjoyable.

    The Castaréde house traces its origins back to 1832, where it was involved in trading Armagnac through Pont de Bordes, near Nérac. It is claimed that this was the first Armagnac ‘trading house’ in France, which at that point was not equipped with a railway system. The company is still run by the family.

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  • $185.00
    $166.50
    Iniquity Single Malt Whisky Batch 6

    Iniquity Single Malt Whisky Batch 6

    The sixth batch and release of Iniquity’s trademark ‘Silver Label’ single malt whisky from South Australian distillery Tin Shed.

    Officially now a museum expression as it has sold out through the distillery, this has been matured in port and sherry casks, with some “Mallee smoke” for added measure. (Mallee is a colloquial district with parts in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.)

    There’s a touch of smoke on the nose, with plenty of Iniquity’s bold fruits and eucalyptus. There’s more wood smoke and oak char on the palate, which comes through in the nose when you return.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Mint toffee, wood-smoke, mixed apricots and apricot fruit leather, dried cherries, nuttiness, some leather, then smoked almonds, then some wine gums and violets; gets smokier and the usual thymol/eucalyptus puts in a late but welcome appearance.

    Palate: Sweet peat and peanuts, much smokier than the nose; charry ashes, smoked mint toffee; gets much smokier in the palate, sweet and leathery, nutty; smoked apricot jam.

    Finish: Charred paper and leather, nutty, mint toffee and roasted nuts; quite smoky.

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  • $125.00
    $112.50
    Dos Maderas 5+5 Years Old PX Rum

    Dos Maderas 5+5 Years Old PX Rum

    A rich, juicy ten-year-old rum which has undergone a three-stage aging process across the Caribbean and Spain.

    The 5+5 Years Old expression, also known as the “PX”, is sourced from distilleries in Barbados and Guyana.

    The first five years of maturation are spent in the Caribbean, after which it is transferred to Spain (Williams & Humbert’s facilities, to be specific). The rum is transferred into American oak casks which previously held Dos Cortados (Palo Cortado) sherry for three years, then into Don Guido (Pedro Ximenez) casks for a further two.

    The result is rich and sweet – an alluring nose leads into the rich, sweet and balanced palate. 

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  • $89.00
    $80.10
    Forty Spotted Summer 2016-17 Gin

    Forty Spotted Summer 2016-17 Gin

    The summer 2016/17 limited release of Forty Spotted gin, from Tasmania’s Lark Distillery.

    Their regular expression recently upped the juniper and spice, but this is another take again.

    Botanicals are kept close to their chests, but this is a sweeter gin that their regular. Hints of rose and Turkish delight notes are balanced by citrus, juniper freshness and mild spices.

    Lark is one of the most famous names in Australian distilling industry, having been founded by Bill Lark – the ‘Godfather of Australian whisky’. 

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  • $94.00
    $84.60
    The Irishman Single Malt Whiskey

    The Irishman Single Malt Whiskey

    A triple-distilled single malt from Wash Whiskey’s The Irishman series.

    Limited to a maximum of 6,000 bottles worldwide each year, this has been matured in ex-bourbon and ex-oloroso sherry caks.

    Rich on the nose with lots of tropical fruits and citrus, the palate is malty with vanillas and oak on the finish.

    Sourced from an unnamed Irish distillery, The Irishman is a label of Walsh Whiskey, who are based in Carlow. Walsh Whiskey are also responsible for the Writers Tears whiskey. 

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  • $83.00
    $74.70
    The Irishman Founders Reserve Whiskey

    The Irishman Founders Reserve Whiskey

    The Irishman’s Founders Reserve is a unique blend of Irish whiskies.

    This is expression is made up of 70% triple distiller Irish single malt and 30% Irish Pot Still whiskey. The Irish ‘Pot Still’ style is unique to the country and involves the use of both malted and unmalted barley in the mash (a technique devised in previous generations to avoid English taxes on malted barley).

    So while this is a blended whiskey, it is entirely distilled in copper pot stills. The producers claim that it is the only blended Irish whiskey that doesn’t use a proportion of grain or column still-distilled whiskey.

    It is matured in ex-bourbon casks.

    The spice often associated with Irish pot still whiskies is present here, with light fruits, vanillas and dark chocolate.

    This expression attracted 93 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible.

    Sourced from an unnamed Irish distillery, The Irishman is a label of Walsh Whiskey, who are based in Carlow. Walsh Whiskey are also responsible for the Writers Tears whiskey. 

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  • $129.00
    $116.10
    The Irishman 12 Year Old Single Malt

    The Irishman 12 Year Old Single Malt

    A 12-year-old Irish single malt bottled by The Irishman.

    The whiskey has been matured exclusively in first-fill bourbon casks. A maximum of 6,000 bottles are produced each year.

    A single malt, it has been triple distilled – which helps give many Irish whiskies their light, fruity, grassy aromas.

    The 12 year old shows the influence of American oak maturation, with keen vanillas and clove. Fruit comes through in apples and pears, while there’s a bit of peppery spice, barley and chocallte.

    Sourced from an unnamed Irish distillery, The Irishman is a label of Walsh Whiskey, who are based in Carlow. Walsh Whiskey are also responsible for the Writers Tears whiskey. 

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  • $105.00
    $94.50
    Kings County New York Bourbon

    Kings County New York Bourbon

    A bourbon whiskey from New York City’s Kings County distillery.

    Distilled from organic corn grown in New York State and malted barley from the UK, this is a sweet corn-driven whiskey with vanilla and caramels on the palate and mixed spices on the finish.

    Bottled at 45% in their trademark hip-flask style 375ml bottles.

    Founded in 2010, Kings County is New York City’s oldest operating whiskey distillery. They are located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard in a 117-year-old Paymaster Building, which they moved into in 2012.

    The distillery is equipment with Scotland-fabricated copper still and wooden fermenting tanks. They have a small farm on site which grows corn and barley.

    In 2016 the American Distilling Institute named Kings County their Distillery Of The Year.

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