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  • $149.00
    $134.10
    GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 6 Single Malt

    GlenDronach Cask Strength Batch 6 Single Malt

    The sixth edition of GlenDronach’s excellent cask strength range, lots of fruit with sherry influences and an oily, grapy palate.

    Matured in a mix of Spanish Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks, this is un-chill filtered and natural colour at 56.1%.

    The GlenDronach distillery is synonymous with sherry cask maturations and are one of the few distilleries that have delivered consistently brilliant sherried expressions in the past decade.

    While the Cask Strength series haven’t been the traditional ‘sherry bombs’ of the rest of the range, they showcase a range of other highlights often hidden beneath the sherry fruit.

    Official tasting notes:

    Nose: Warming, peppery oak combines perfectly with orange chocolate, sugar-coated almonds and ripe figs.

    Palate: Golden sultanas and yellow plums balanced with a rich barley character. Intriguing hints of dark chocolate appear alongside a classic back note of dry cedar wood, adding great complexity to the long palate.

    Finish: A perfect marriage of classic sherry cask in‑fluences and fruit-laden style. The robust depth and powerful ­finish reflects the traditional Highland characteristics found within The GlenDronach.

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  • $159.00
    $143.10
    Glenmorangie Dornoch Limited Edition Single Malt

    Glenmorangie Dornoch Limited Edition Single Malt

    A limited edition single malt from Glenmorangie, the Dornoch has both lightly peated whisky and sherry cask finished whisky in its make-up.

    Another creation by the distillery’s Dr Bill Lumsden, part of this expression has undergone a finish in Amontillado sherry butts.

    Not overly cask driven, this showcases the more classic Glenmorangie notes of citrus and delicate florals with subtle wisps of smoke and dried fruits.

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  • $299.00
    $269.10
    Redlands Paddock To Bottle RD006 Pinot Cask Whisky

    Redlands Paddock To Bottle RD006 Pinot Cask Whisky

    A pinot noir cask matured single cask whisky from Tasmania’s under-the-radar Redlands distillery.

    This release, cask RD006 was bottled from a small cask on 20th December 2017. Spicy oak and sweet berry fruits meet here at 43%, so its eminently palatable.

    Originally located at Redlands Estate, the distillery has moved to an equally historic location in Dysart House, Tasmania.

    The produces a noticeably sweet new make which, right from the early distillations, they looked to accentuate with the use of pinot noir casks, often just 20 litres in size.

    Proudly paddock-to-bottle, Redlands has its own barley paddocks and have their own floor maltings.

    Their early releases have only been available in Tasmania and through the cellar door, with 2018 being the first time the distillery has had ample stocks to have a presence on the mainland.

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  • $199.00
    $179.10
    Bladnoch Adela 15-Year-Old Single Malt

    Bladnoch Adela 15-Year-Old Single Malt

    The 15-Year-Old Adela from revitalised, Australian-owned Lowland Scottish distillery Bladnoch.

    This has been created from whiskies matured in oloroso sherry butts, both Spanish and American oak.

    Available in small batches only while the sherry casks last.

    Rich on the nose with classic sherry cask fruits and raisins, it also has a soft butterscotch undertone. A smooth palate has a bit of pepper amongst the fruit with just the finest hint of smoke.

    The Lowland distillery was founded in 1817 but has endured a stop-start life, having been mothballed or liquidated at least four times.

    Australian businessman David Prior bought Bladnoch in 2015 and with ex-Burns Stewart guru Ian MacMillan on board as Master Distiller, the distillery is running again. It required a major refurbishment, which included the replacement of most of the equipment, including the stills.

    The whiskies we see on the market today come from the existing stocks, which date back to the 1980s. Some of the barrels were re-racked into better quality wood, following an extensive audit by MacMillan and team.

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  • $139.00
    $125.10
    ArteNOM 1579 Blanco Tequila

    ArteNOM 1579 Blanco Tequila

    A single-village, small batch blanco tequila from the ArteNOM series of bottlings.

    1579 refers to El Pandillo distillery, whose master distiller is Felipe Camarena. Located on the mountain town of Jesus-Maria With an altitude of 6,788 feet, it is one of the highest producing regions in Tequila and a sister distillery to the famous 1580 blanco.

    The extreme climate at that height and prous soil makes the plants fight harder to survive, the resulting brix (carbohydrate) content is what makes these tequilas so unique.

    Sweet, bright and aromatic, the highland agave plant character is front and centre.

    The ArteNOM series of tequila focus on single producers, with each bottle identified by the producer's NOM number (every producer is assigned a unique number). 

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  • $139.00
    $125.10
    ArteNOM 1549 Blanco Tequila

    ArteNOM 1549 Blanco Tequila

    A single-village, small batch valley-grown blanco tequila from the ArteNOM series of bottlings.

    1549 refers to the Refugio distillery, whose master distiller is Rodrigo Gomez. Refugio is located in the Tequila valley region and the distillery has a medium altitude of 4,199 feet.

    The valley has a rich volcanic soil and in this blanco, which showcases the agave’s terroir exceptionally well, has a subtle spice and warm, vegetal freshness.

    The ArteNOM series of tequila focus on single producers, with each bottle identified by the producer's NOM number (every producer is assigned a unique number). 

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  • $245.00
    $220.50
    Macallan 12 Double Cask Double Pack

    Macallan 12 Double Cask Double Pack

    A limited edition double pack of Macallan’s 12-Year-Old Double Cask single malt.

    Released in line for the Lunar New Year 2018, this pack has two bottles of the Double Cask release with two different label artworks.

    One of the more recent releases from the famous Speyside distillery, the Double Cask is matured in sherry-seasoned cask in both European and American oak barrels.

    Arguably the most famous of Scotland’s single malt brands, Macallan releases are in very high demand and older bottles regularly appear at the top of auction indexes.

    A shortage of age stocks saw the distillery struggle to keep age statements in supply globally, but they are beginning to catch up with the re-emergence of this Double Cask.

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  • $149.00
    $134.10
    Bladnoch Samsara Single Malt

    Bladnoch Samsara Single Malt

    The Samsara wine cask single malt from revitalised, Australian-owned Lowland Scottish distillery Bladnoch.

    This has been matured in first-fill ex-Bourbon casks and first fill ex-red wine casks from California.

    The Samsara is the lightest is the range of Bladnoch’s comeback releases, with a malty nose with lights fruits of pear. The red wine sweetness is prominent on the palate, with touches of spice as well. The finish is all about the melding of the berry fruits and malt.

    The Lowland distillery was founded in 1817 but has endured a stop-start life, having been mothballed or liquidated at least four times.

    Australian businessman David Prior bought Bladnoch in 2015 and with ex-Burns Stewart guru Ian MacMillan on board as Master Distiller, the distillery is running again. It required a major refurbishment, which included the replacement of most of the equipment, including the stills.

    The whiskies we see on the market today come from the existing stocks, which date back to the 1980s. Some of the barrels were re-racked into better quality wood, following an extensive audit by MacMillan and team.

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  • $99.00
    $89.10
    Signatory Vintage Ledaig 2010 6-Year-Old Single Malt

    Signatory Vintage Ledaig 2010 6-Year-Old Single Malt

    A smoky, punchy, young whisky from the Isle Of Mull’s Tobermoray Distillery.

    This expression has been released by independent bottler Signatory Vintage, one of Scotland’s best known whisky companies.

    This was distilled 21 June 2010 and matured in first-fill ex-bourbon barrels #70316 and #700317. It was bottled 2 February 2017 at 46% fir Signatory’s Un-Chillfiltered Collection series.

    Ledaig is the peated line of the Tobermory distillery, located on the Isle Of Mull. The distillery has traditionally distilled peated and unpeated whiskies in a 50/50 split. The heavily peated spirit released under Ledaig, a former name of the distillery.

    The distillery closed in early 2017, and is expected to do so until late 2018 as it undergoes a substantial upgrade.

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  • $159.00
    $143.10
    Signatory Vintage Glenlivet 2007 10-Year-Old Single Cask

    Signatory Vintage Glenlivet 2007 10-Year-Old Single Cask

    A 2007 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 10 April 2007. This single cask expression then matured in first-fill sherry butt #900254 for ten years before it was bottled 12 September 2017.

    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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  • $135.00
    $121.50
    Signatory Vintage Fettercairn 1997 18-Year-Old Single Malt

    Signatory Vintage Fettercairn 1997 18-Year-Old Single Malt

    An independent single malt expression from the under-the-radar Scottish highland distillery, Fettercairn.

    Bottled as part of Signatory Vintage’s Un-Chill Filtered series, this has been bottled at 46% without any chill filtration or added colour.

    In addition, at 18-years-old, this is a fantastic example of the distillery’s unique character.

    Distilled on 10 October 1997 this was matured in a single ex-bourbon hogshead casks #5622 and #5623. It was bottled 9 March 2016 as an 18-year-old.

    Fettercairn has one of the most visually spectacular stills in Scotland, as water is allowed to run down the outside of the still neck during the middle cut. The waterfall effect is not only hypnotising, but it also increases reflux during the heart cut and promotes a lighter, cleaner spirit.

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  • $135.00
    $121.50
    Signatory Vintage Linkwood 1999 17-Year-Old Single Malt

    Signatory Vintage Linkwood 1999 17-Year-Old Single Malt

    Fruity, delicate and complex, Linkwoods are often some of the most sought-after expressions from independent bottlers.

    A Diageo workhorse , the spirit is light and grassy but with a beautiful, textural and powerful mouthfeel. A dream for blenders, Linkwood also shines as single malt when given the right treatment. Given that the Speyside distillery is quite large as well, there is often a bit of Linkwood around via independent bottling houses - which helps keeps prices reasonable.

    Case in point is this 17-year-old released as part of Signatory Vintage's Un-Chillfiltered Collection. 

    Distilled 17 May 1999 it matured in hogsheads #6169 and #6172. These are sister casks of the expression we saw in the second half of 2017. It was bottled 19 January 2017.

    Offered at 46% with natural colour. 

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