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  • $195.00
    $175.50
    Black Gate Peated Cask BG054

    Black Gate Peated Cask BG054

    The second release of heavily peated expression from New South Wales’ Black Gate distillery – cask BG054 arrives at cask strength and with plenty of attitude.

    Distilled used peated malt from Scotland, this has been matured in an ex-sherry cask and bottled at 63.6%. Distilled July 2016, it was bottled August 2018 and launched at Sydney Whisky Fair. 171 bottles from this cask.

    Black Gate have been known for a thick, oily spirit that builds treacle and golden syrup notes in sherry and port casks. This peated expression is quite different to what we’ve seen before, but in the style of the bulk of their currently-maturing stock.

    The nose is rich and sweet, with only the hint of peat, but the smoke charges through on the palate and lingers well into the finish. A rare example of an Aussie whisky that has held a considerable amount of smoke.

    Located in Mendooran, not far from Dubbo in New South Wales' Greater West, Black Gate have earned themselves cult status amongst drinkers with their single malt and rum expressions.

    The small town of about 300 people has a unique climate for whisky and wide temperature variations ensure lots of interaction between the whisky and the cask.

    That intensity is matched by Black Gate's heavy spirits which is achieved by late spirits cuts. The inspiration comes from Brian and Genise Hollingworth's penchant for big, smoky Scottish whiskies and Black Gate's releases often find themselves on the heavier side of the Australian whisky spectrum.

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  • $149.00
    $134.10
    Boutique-y Whisky Company Caol Ila Batch 3

    Boutique-y Whisky Company Caol Ila Batch 3

    A potent six-year-old Caol Ila bottled by The Boutique-y Whisky Co.

    This is the third batch from the series sourced from the Islay distillery. The Boutique-y Whisky Co. always stylise their labels and they’re often industry ‘in-jokes’. In this case, the label references the influx of passionate Scandinavian whisky fans who flock to the island during the annual Feis Ile festival.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Olive oil, heathlands; gorse and heather. Stable straw, coal dust infused sugar syrup (why?).

    Palate: Oily, with a juicyfruit chewing gum sweetness.

    Finish: A peppery sweetness while an oily smokiness lingers.

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  • $449.00
    $404.10
    Boutique-y Whisky Company Japanese Blend 1

    Boutique-y Whisky Company Japanese Blend 1

    A 21-year-old Japanese blend bottled by The Bouqitue-y Whisky Company in the UK.

    The very first Japanese bottling by the prolific company, Batch 1 is a release of 940 bottles – the Australian allocation is very limited.

    The distilleries are not disclosed for this release, but it has been sourced from both malt and grain distilleries.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Fresh fig jam, diced almond, a touch of tobacco and subtle vegetal wafts.

    Palate: Coffee and walnut cake, rum-soaked raisin, dried red chillies. Slightly buttery at points.

    Finish: Subtle wine-like qualities - rich and fruity.

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Brix Gold Rum

    Brix Gold Rum

    A soft five-to-eight-year-old rum sourced from Barbados for Sydney’s Brix rum distillery

    Brix was founded in Surry Hills in 2018, so in order to have an aged rum to offer (and to pour at their bar) they worked with rum experts in the Caribbean to create this Brix Gold.

    Designed to be soft and approachable, it also offers a window in the style of rum they are hoping to achieve with their own releases when they come on age in the coming years.

    The gold boasts a nose of caramelised brown sugar, while being buttery and fruity at the same time. The palate is creamy; vanilla essence and ever so floral.

    Brix was founded in the inner-Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in 2018. It was founded by Damien Barrow, James Christopher and Siddharth Soin with Shane Casey as the foundation distiller.

    The first two releases are the Gold and the White – the latter an unaged-sugarcane spirit produced entirely at the distillery.

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  • $85.00
    $76.50
    Brix White Sugarcane Spirit

    Brix White Sugarcane Spirit

    A sweet, fruity white molasses rum distilled at Sydney’s Brix distillery.

    Founded in 2018, this is the first product from the distillery that was produced exclusively and the Surry Hills site.

    The White is sweet on the nose, new-make hallmarks balanced with banana bread, caramel, vanillas. The palate is dryer, with a bit of citrus zest and a drying palate.

    The sweetness makes it summery with over ice, or with a choice of soda/tonic, but there’s no denying this is also excellent cocktail fodder.

    Brix was founded in the inner-Sydney suburb of Surry Hills in 2018. It was founded by Damien Barrow, James Christopher and Siddharth Soin with Shane Casey as the foundation distiller.

    The first two releases are the White and the Gold – the latter an aged rum sourced from Barbados.

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  • $17999.00
    $16199.10
    Hibiki 35-Year-Old Kutani

    Hibiki 35-Year-Old Kutani

    The Kutani ‘Penoy & Butterfly’ edition of the mythical Hibiki 35-Year-Old.

    This release, of which there are only a handful of in Australia, is part of the Arita & Kutani limited releases of the 35-Year-Old. Hibiki is one of the pride’s of Suntory’s whisky portfolio and the 35-year-old expression has been in increasingly low supply the past decade. Indeed, with even the 12-and-17-year-olds taken off the market, the 35-year-old has been virtually unobtainable in Australia.

    It is a pleasure, then, to be able to offer this bottle to our customers. It is a creation of casks aged from 35-to-54 years old (the latter some of the oldest whisky Suntory has in its stocks). The cask make-up is a variety of ex-bourbon, ex-sherry and Japanese mizunara oak.

    The Arita & Kutani release pays homage to the rich history of Japanese porcelain and ceramics, our version is the more colourful Peony (the flower) & Butterfly design.

    Kutani wares date from the 17th century and the name refers to porcelain made around the Kutani region, modern-day Kaga, Ishikawa. The bottle itself is a replica of the Ko-Kutanoi era cylindrical shape, the design meticulous hand-painted. The style is of pottery with overglaze painting.

    The dark brown box of the Kutani is made from 100-year-old Japanese cedar.

    Only one to sell, this expression is achieving astronomical prices on the secondary market.

    Official tasting notes: 

    "The top notes have a woody character reminiscent of agarwood, alongside a sweet, bright and fruity fragrance, followed by the sweet scent of dried fruits, vanilla and honey.

    "The initial flavour is rich and mellow, a balance of sweet and sour with the full-bodied nose and rich depths. The long, perfectly clear aftertaste is unique and created by aging the whiskies in Japanese oak (mizunara) casks."

    Please note, image is a stock media image. We have not unwrapped our Kutani.

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  • $89.00
    $80.10
    Never Never Stockholm Syndrome Aquavit

    Never Never Stockholm Syndrome Aquavit

    South Australia’s Never Never gin distillery and famed Sydney bar PS40 have come together to create Stockholm Syndrone – an Australian aquavit.

    This take on the Scandinavian favourite has seen neutral spirit flavoured with caraway, fennel and dill. Additionally, cinnamon myrtle,riberry, macadamia and strawberry gum have been used to add complexity and length.

    It’s a distinctly Australian take on the spirit, clean and aromatic that is good neat and great with a well-chosen tonic mixer.

    Aquavit is a historic Scandinavian spirit, traditionally distilled from grain or potatoes and flavoured with herbs and spices – particularly dill and caraway.

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  • $375.00
    $337.50
    Ben Nevis 21-Year-Old 1996 Liquor Library

    Ben Nevis 21-Year-Old 1996 Liquor Library

    A 21-year-old Ben Nevis bottled in collaboration between Germany’s The Whisky Agency and Melbourne’s Liquor Library.

    A tropical style that is lighter and fruiter than what you might expect from the cult highland distillery, this was distilled in 1996 and bottled at 47.2%.

    The distillery was built in Fort William in 1825 by ‘Long’ John Macdonald. An early success in the hands of his son Peter, Long John’s Dew Of Ben Nevis became a sought after blend (which is still available under the name Nevis Dew). A second distillery – Nevis – was built to keep up with supply and with its own cottages for workers employed around 200 people at its peak. Nevis was closed in 1908 when the whisky boom crashed, but the original Ben Nevis survived.

    After a period of intermittent production during the ‘70s and ‘80s, a tough period for whisky distilleries in general across Scotland, the distillery was bought by the Japanese company Nikka in 1989. Fifty percent of the distillery’s new make is shipped to Japan for maturation and eventual use in Nikka’s blends.

    Pleasingly, the Japanese ownership has left Ben Nevis to their own techniques and the distillery continues in its own traditional methods. Ben Nevis still uses wooden washbacks and brewers yeast. They’re understood to be the last distillery in Scotland to still use the latter, distillers yeasts have been developed for higher yield and stainless steel washbacks are the norm.

    They employ a slow distillation to coax out plenty of fruit whilst keeping structure and five of their six warehouses are the traditional dunnage style. The 50 percent of spirit that remains in Scotland is used for the Nevis Dew and Macdolands Of Glencoe blends and their own single malts.

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  • $399.00
    $359.10
    Highland Park 18-Year-Old 1999 Whisky Agency

    Highland Park 18-Year-Old 1999 Whisky Agency

    An 18-year-old single cask from Orkney’s Highland Park distillery, bottled for The Whisky Agency’s 10th anniversary releases.

    This was distilled in 1999 and bottled in 2018 at 51.7%

    German based The Whisky Agency is a world-renowned independent bottler that in 2018 is celebrating its tenth anniversary. To mark the occasion, they released a series of single casks under special labels earlier this year. A very small allocation has now been secured for Australia.

    In most cases, only six bottles have made it to the country and with the demand from whisky bars around the country, even fewer have made it to retail. The Oak Barrel’s allocation is of one bottle each.

    No added colouring, non-chill filtered.

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  • $349.00
    $314.10
    Ben Nevis 21-Year-Old 1996 Whisky Agency

    Ben Nevis 21-Year-Old 1996 Whisky Agency

    A 21-year-old single cask from the cult-loved Ben Nevis distillery, bottled for The Whisky Agency’s 10th anniversary releases.

    This was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2018 at 50.3% after maturing in a hogshead cask.

    German based The Whisky Agency is a world-renowned independent bottler that in 2018 is celebrating its tenth anniversary. To mark the occasion, they released a series of single casks under special labels earlier this year. A very small allocation has now been secured for Australia.

    In most cases, only six bottles have made it to the country and with the demand from whisky bars around the country, even fewer have made it to retail. The Oak Barrel’s allocation is of one bottle each.

    No added colouring, non-chill filtered.

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  • $799.00
    $719.10
    Speyside 38-Year-Old 1979 Whisky Agency

    Speyside 38-Year-Old 1979 Whisky Agency

    A gorgeous single cask whisky from an undisclosed Speyside distillery, gloriously aged and bottled for The Whisky Agency’s 10th anniversary releases.

    This 38-year-old was distilled in 1979 and bottled in 2018 at natural cask strength 43.4%.

    German based The Whisky Agency is a world-renowned independent bottler that in 2018 is celebrating its tenth anniversary. To mark the occasion, they released a series of single casks under special labels earlier this year. A very small allocation has now been secured for Australia.

    In most cases, only six bottles have made it to the country and with the demand from whisky bars around the country, even fewer have made it to retail. The Oak Barrel’s allocation is of one bottle each.

    No added colouring, non-chill filtered.

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  • $899.00
    $809.10
    Springbank 21-Year-Old 1996 Sherry Cask Whisky Agency

    Springbank 21-Year-Old 1996 Sherry Cask Whisky Agency

    A very rare example of independently bottled Springbank, appearing for The Whisky Agency’s 10th anniversary releases.

    This 21-year-old was matured in an ex-sherry hogshead and bottled at 50.3%.

    It was distilled 1996 and bottled 2018.

    German based The Whisky Agency is a world-renowned independent bottler that in 2018 is celebrating its tenth anniversary. To mark the occasion, they released a series of single casks under special labels earlier this year. A very small allocation has now been secured for Australia.

    In most cases, only six bottles have made it to the country and with the demand from whisky bars around the country, even fewer have made it to retail. The Oak Barrel’s allocation is of one bottle each.

    No added colouring, non-chill filtered.

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