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  • $89.00
    $80.10
    Stone Pine Elderflower Biota Gin

    Stone Pine Elderflower Biota Gin

    A limited release gin of just 200 units distilled at Stone Pine distillery in collaboration with Biota Dining.

    Bathurst’s Stone Pine were one of the first Australian distilleries to leave their mark on the craft gin scene and recent years have seen them experiment with limited releases including the Orange Blossom, Truffle and Japhet White gins. All of which have become collectors items.

    These hand-signed and individually number bottles were produced using fresh elderflower from the Biota kitchen garden.

    A delicate botanical, this gin also benefits from saltbush and Stone Pine’s trademark lemon myrtle alongside juniper and other undisclosed botanicals.

    Biota Dining is located in Bowral, New South Wales, and is a restaurant and accommodation venue with a focus on local produce and innovation. It is led by chef James Viles, whose name adorns these bottles alongside Stone Pine distiller Ian Glen.

    Bottled at 40%, these 500ml bottles are presented wrapped in brown paper packaging (as pictured). Limited quantities.

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  • $139.00
    $125.10
    Distillery Bontanica A Rather Royal Gin

    Distillery Bontanica A Rather Royal Gin

    A limited edition gin from Distillery Botanica in collaboration with the Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney.

    Under the guidance of distiller Phillip Moore, Distillery Botanica in Erina have always put a big emphasis on foraged botanicals, hand-picking those which are used in their regular release.

    The same approach is true of this remarkable collaboration, with Moore foraging the beautiful Gardens – located at Sydney Harbour – alongside the Garden’s Director of Horticulture Management, Jimmy Turner.

    The selected botanicals were chosen for their distinctive nature and are all 100 percent sustainable.  Furthermore, 50 percent of profits from the gin go towards the Royal Botanic Garden’s conservation programs.

    There was plenty to choose from as well, given the Gardens and neighbouring Domain house 9,000 plant species in over 67,000 specimens and 3,965 trees.

    Botanicals include sage, horehound, mandarin leaf, chamomile, lemon verbena  Pope John Paul II rose, curry leaf, Moore's trademark Murraya flowers and camomile flowers.

    There are just 1,000 bottles in this release.

    Tasting notes by Phillip Moore:

    Nose: A pulsing complex interplay between the savory, herbal, and the citrus and floral botanicals. Each group taking turns to dominate the aroma.

    Palate: On entry to the palate it is rich, viscou sand sweet from the superb Macedonian junipers and orris root. Impeccably clean. At the mid palate it is spicy from the curry leaf and Murraya flowers. And the finish is extremely high quality enjoyable bitters from the citrus. The aftertaste displays an almost sherbet quality on the back palate with adult notes of horehound. 

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  • $235.00
    $211.50
    Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 'Atlantic Sea Spray' Single Malt

    Bowmore Vault Edition First Release 'Atlantic Sea Spray' Single Malt

    The first release from Bowmore’s Vault Edition series of single malts, designed to celebrate and explore the historic distillery’s famous No. 1 Vaults warehouse.

    The four-part series will showcase various parts of the Islay distillery’s style – this first edition is dubbed ‘Atlantic Sea Salt’.

    Located by the sea wall, Vault 1 is the oldest whisky maturation warehouse in Scotland.

    Matured in ex-bourbon casks, this has been bottled at cask strength – 51.5%.

    Bowmore is the oldest distillery on Islay and one of the oldest in Scotland. Located by the bay in the island’s capitol city and namesake, the ‘Established 1779’ slogan adorns all their bottles, but the real founded date might have been even earlier.

    Indeed, the distillery building closest to the sea might be the oldest whisky-related building in Scotland.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Breathe in notes of salted honeycomb complemented by the fresh and cool breeze of Atlantic sea spray.

    Palate: After spending its life maturing in Bowmore’s legendary No.1 Vaults, this pioneering whisky embodies sun-ripened fruits, zingy spiced cocoa and blood orange

    Finish: A lasting finish that opens out like the vast Atlantic Ocean of which the Bowmore distillery overlooks. The ideal dram to enjoy on a cold winter’s evening, this sublime whisky is awash with blackberry, sea salt and kumquat.

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  • $129.00
    $116.10
    Elements Of Islay Peat Full Proof

    Elements Of Islay Peat Full Proof

    An intense peated all-malt blended whisky sources from distilleries around the famous Islay.

    Single malts from the undisclosed distillery come together to provide big smoke and coastal salt and brine notes, with citrus peel underneath.

    This is part of the lauded ‘Elements Of Islay’ series, bottled by The Whisky Exchange in London – one of the world’s best know and highest regarded whisky retailers.

    Tasting notes from Serge Valentin of WhiskyFun.com:

    Nose: Possibly less of an infanticide. I mean, it does not feel ultra-young – but young, for sure. Crisp peat and lemon and ‘a working kiln’ and, wait, some church incenses. In London! Cigar ashes. Does what it says on the tin, so far. With water: hospitals and smokehouses.

    Palate: Neat: Perfect. It is ‘one’ – I know, whisky and philosophy – and it’s here (same comments). More Dasein than Sein. Oh forget, this is some mega-smoky, almost pleasantly brutal peated whisky. Green apples, smoked salmon, lemon oil, ashes. With water: more fruits. Grapefruits.

    Finish: Long, sharp, well chiselled, millimetric, almost surgical.

    Comments: It reminded me of those 3-cylindre Kawazakis, circa 1972. Great, dangerous stuff. 

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Elements Of Islay Pure Islay

    Elements Of Islay Pure Islay

    A typically smoke and peated all-malt blended whisky sources from distilleries around the famous Islay.

    Single malts from the undisclosed distillery come together to create an expression that is quintessentially Islay, but is not as demanding as the cask strength edition.

    Expect mixed smoke and spices, tempered with tropical fruits.

    This is part of the lauded ‘Elements Of Islay’ series, bottled by The Whisky Exchange in London – one of the world’s best know and highest regarded whisky retailers.

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  • $195.00
    $175.50
    Ardbeg Kelpie 2017 Limited Release Single Malt

    Ardbeg Kelpie 2017 Limited Release Single Malt

    The Kelpie is the 2017 limited release from Islay distillery Ardbeg for their annual ‘Ardbeg Day’ celebrations.

    The retail version of Kelpie is bottled at 46% and un-chill filtered. A portion has been matured in virgin oak casks, crafted from oak grown near the Black Sea.

    An Ardbeg with spice and salinity, there’s still plenty of trademark ashy smoke and sweet toffees underneath.

    Very limited allocation.

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  • $775.00
    $697.50
    Highland Park Fire 15-Year-Old Single Malt

    Highland Park Fire 15-Year-Old Single Malt

    Highland Park Fire is one half of a limited edition duo, presented in one of the most dramatic and impressive bottles and displays Scotch whisky has ever seen.

    The Fire edition of the Fire-Ice duo is a cask strength (45.2%) 15-year-old matured exclusively in re-fill port casks. Such wood management is a first for Highland Park.

    An expression with subtle smoke, rich red fruits, citrus peel and vanilla spices, this is one of the most collectable Highland Parks ever.

    The series celebrates one of the great sagas of the Viking age which was recorded in the oldest of Norse poems, the Poetic Edda.

    Located on Orkney off the north of the Scottish mainland, Highland Park is one of Scotland’s most famous distilleries. One of the few remaining distilleries to malt a proportion of their own barley, they use local heathery peat from the wind-swept island. It often gives Highland Park expressions a unique, subtle smoke. 

    As the demand for Highland Park grows, so has the collectability and prominence of limited edition releases – particularly the viking-themed. Expressions with age statements remain are the most highly sought-after.

    The official story behind the Fire-Ice series is as follows:

    “The Poetic Edda tells the tale of the apocalyptic battle between the Gods and the Fire and Ice Giants, where the old world perished in a blazing ball of fire and the new world was born from its ashes. Celebrating this re-birth, or Ragnarok, we released 28,000 bottles of Fire Edition, encased in specially commissioned crimson glass.

    “Matured in 100% refill Port seasoned casks – a first for Highland Park – the result is a vibrant single malt with the natural hue of glowing flames. Here, damsons, cinnamon, dried fruit and chocolate dance on the tongue, before sizzling to an intense fruity finish.”

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  • $775.00
    $697.50
    Highland Park Ice 17-Year-Old Single Malt

    Highland Park Ice 17-Year-Old Single Malt

    Highland Park Ice is one half of a limited edition duo, presented in one of the most dramatic and impressive bottles and displays Scotch whisky has ever seen.

    The Ice edition of the Fire-Ice duo is a cask strength (53.9%) 17-year-old matured primarily in ex-bourbon casks.

    A forceful expression heathery peat smoke and spice with elegant oak, tropical fruits and stone fruit.

    The series celebrates one of the great sagas of the Viking age which was recorded in the oldest of Norse poems, the Poetic Edda.

    Located on Orkney off the north of the Scottish mainland, Highland Park is one of Scotland’s most famous distilleries. One of the few remaining distilleries to malt a proportion of their own barley, they use local heathery peat from the wind-swept island. It often gives Highland Park expressions a unique, subtle smoke. 

    As the demand for Highland Park grows, so has the collectability and prominence of limited edition releases – particularly the viking-themed. Expressions with age statements remain are the most highly sought-after.

    The official story behind the Fire-Ice series is as follows:

    “In a fittingly chilly reflection of Nilfheim, one of the nine worlds of old Norse mythology and the birthplace of ice, frost and fog, Ice Edition is presented in a glacial blue bottle.

    “Exquisitely designed to reflect shards of glittering ice, the bottle is encased in a wooden mountain-like cradle and sealed with a wooden stopper.

    “A special release of only 30,000 bottles, it delivers intense aromas of cool fresh pineapple and ripe mango sorbet, underpinned by a frosty kick of root ginger, reflecting all the majestic powers of the great Ice Giant, Ymir.”

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  • $125.00
    $112.50
    Hyde Single Malt No. 4 Rum Cask Finish

    Hyde Single Malt No. 4 Rum Cask Finish

    A single malt Irish whiskey finished in rum casks from Hyde.

    An independent bottler, who’ve sourced stock from Cooley in the past, Hyde have a growing prominence in Australia. This rum-finish is the replacement for the now defunct ten-year-old expression and is believed to be around six-years-old.

    This is “No. 4” in their series of releases.

    Non-chill filtered, it is bottled at 46%.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: The aroma is rich with notes of tropical fruits from the Carribean, passion fruit, vanilla and butter toffee.

    Palate: Notes of sweet rum, vanilla, ginger and lime with notes of apple, mango and orange in the background.

    Finish: Rich and spicy with a buttery vanilla finish.

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  • $110.00
    $99.00
    Hyde Single Grain No. 5 Burgundy Cask

    Hyde Single Grain No. 5 Burgundy Cask

    A juicy, soft single grain Irish whiskey finished in an ex-Burgundy wine cask by Hyde.

    Similarly to their classic single grain, this was distilled in a Coffey Still (probably at Cooley distillery) from corn and barley grains.

    It has been matured in a first-fill ex-bourbon cask, sourced from Kentucky, before the wine cask ‘finish’. It adds an element of red fruits and spice to the soft, creamy texture.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Spiced with notes of red berry fruit, vanilla and toasted oak.

    Palate: A creamy nutty palate entry with notes of sweet custard, apple peel red berries and orange blossom honey.

    Finish: A nice long satisfying finish of plum, jam and spice ending with a silky combination of oak and barley.

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  • $75.00
    $67.50
    Normandin Mercier Pineau Des Charentes Blanc

    Normandin Mercier Pineau Des Charentes Blanc

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  • $97.00
    $87.30
    Herno Sloe Gin

    Herno Sloe Gin

    A limited run sloe gin from Sweden’s Herno distillery which is a fantastic drop by itself or just over ice.

    This slow gin uses their classic expression which is rested with sloe berries for three months. Bottled at 30% ABV, which is quite high for a sloe gin, this carries the excellent characteristics of Herno with an added sweetness and warmth.

    Still soft, there’s a jammy sweetness of plums, cherries, dried apricot and there’s something of the sensation of walking into a lolly shop.

    Lightly tart, it’s also quite floral.

    Hernö is located in Dala, outside Härnösand in Ångermanland, Sweden, and has been distilling since 2011. When founded, it was both Sweden’s first dedicated gin distillery and the world’s northernmost gin distillery.

    Their organic gins are created in small batch productions and they have a strong claim to being Europe’s most awarded gin from 2013-to-2016. They’ve become available in the Australian market, due in no small part to their championing by local powerhouse distillery Four Pillars.

    See the full Herno range here!

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