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The Glenrothes has always been universally acclaimed by blenders as an exceptional Speyside Malt. Only a small number of vintages have been released, such is the exceptional quality required. Each vintage is, by definition, rare and finite. Each has its own unique personality. Of the Vintages produced to date, many are no longer available. They've been sold, imbibed and greatly enjoyed.
The Glenrothes normal wood policy uses a combination of Spanish and American oak, seasoned with sherry, bourbon and malt Scotch. Not so the Alba Reserve. For this expression John Ramsay has used Glenrothes matured exclusively in American oak refill bourbon casks. It therefore delivers coconut and vanilla in abundance, and is soft and mellow with a crème brulée flavour and feel. Quercus Alba is the Latin name for White (or American) oak; and Alba is the Gaelic word for Scotland.Learn More
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Bottling of Hedonism is made from a combination of eight to 15 casks of grain whisky from distilleries such as Cameron Bridge, one of the oldest continuously operating distilleries in Scotland, and Cambus. Most whisky in Hedonism has been aged in first-fill American oak casks. This ageing yields a very special whisky that is full and round with richly textured flavors of vanilla and toffee.
Hedonism is unique and award-winning blended grain Scotch whisky. They produce it once or twice per year, depending on ability to source the quality of casks they require. Rare and old, it’s something special for both the collector and the new whisky enthusiast.
Rare, Old Scotch Grain Whisky
Hedonism is unusual in the Scotch whisky world: a blended grain Scotch whisky. It is very rare to see 100% grain whisky bottling, in Scotland. Going back 100 years, grain whisky brands were more common, but they were overtaken in popularity by the big brands of blended Scotch, which comprised both grain whisky and malt whisky. Today, most Scotch grain whisky gets blended into the big brand names, typically at young ages. For Hedonism, we search for old casks of Scotch grain whisky. And we only produce Hedonism once a year, when we find casks with the right flavor profile.
Rich, Sweet, Alluring
When good Scotch grain whisky is aged in good quality American oak casks, the results can be stunning: a rich, sweet, alluring whisky, redolent of Vanilla, pastry cream and coconut you’ll find all these things in our Hedonism bottling we believe that great Scotch grain whisky is the little-known Treasure of the Scotch whisky industry.Learn More
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In the latter part of 2005, French importer, La Maison du Whisky, celebrated its 50th birthday. To commemorate this, the owner, Thierry Benitah pick one marrying cask each of “Asyla” and “Eleuthera” which is bottled in Scotland just for him as “Asyla Mariage” and “Eleuthera Mariage.” Like the “Mariage” bottling for Belgium, these were at slightly higher strength from classic bottling of these whiskies.
Ultimate “everyday,” “before dinner” or “Sunday afternoon” Scotch whisky With just a splash of chilled water, this blend of soft, sweet grain whiskies and elegant, refined malt whiskies epitomizes “deliciousness” in the world of Scotch whisky.Learn More
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The Dalmore distillery has been producing exceptional single malt whisky. Located on the shore of the Cromarty Firth in the spectacular Highlands of Scotland, the distillery continues to produce spirit that is revered by experts and connoisseurs alike. The distillery warehouses feature some of the oldest whisky stocks in the world and visitors to the distillery receive a rare insight into the skill, expertise and crafting required to produce each precious drop of The Dalmore. A favourite expression in the Dalmore stable, this 15-year-old is elegant and smooth, with lipsmacking texture and the flawless balance one would expect from blending maestro Richard Paterson. Dalmore 15 year is one of those whiskies that should come with a warning label. Released in 2007, the Dalmore 15 was aged in casks that formerly held Amoroso, Apostoles, and Matusalem sherries. It is considered one of the best distilleries in the Highland region, in fact this whisky has become an instant classic. The distillery’s signature processes and equipment, combined with maturation in specially made oak casks, have created a reputation that precedes the whisky along with a smooth, enjoyable product. It is an essential part of a collector’s whisky cabinet, and it makes a great gift as well.Learn More
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Delilah’s is Limited Release Compass Box homage to Delilah’s.
• The whisky was developed jointly by John Glaser and Mike Miller as an expression of their shared vision that great whisky should be enjoyable by all.
• Delilah’s is an intense yet subtly complex Scotch whisky aged in a mix of experimental new American oak barrels and rejuvenated American oak hogsheads.
• It has been created to be perfect served as a shot with a beer. At Delilah’s you can drink your whisky any way you like. In classic American style, you will always find an evening special for a “shot and a beer” Which is the inspiration for this whisky. Creating a Scotch whisky that works perfectly as a shot with a beer to achieve this, they have chosen a combination of single malt and single grain whiskies, all of which have been aged in American oak casks, some of which were new. So you get lovely, intense richness, vanilla character and sweetness. It’s an unusual style for Scotch whisky.Learn More
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The Spey Valley, in which the BenRiach Distillery was built by John Duff in 1898, is home to many of Scotland's great whiskies, but BenRiach has its own uniqueness borne from the particular methods and skills of the men who craft the whisky, the ingredients they use, the distinctive copper stills and the high quality barrels selected for maturation. BenRiach boasts one further difference - standing apart from the other Spey Valley distilleries, the traditional floor maltings with their distinctive pagoda style chimneys can produce peated, malted barley, enabling the distillery to capture the defining taste of peat reek in a few of their special bottlings. A recent Benriach 16yo that has dispensed with the Latin naming system, this has been finished in Sauternes. The standard issue 16yo is a terrific dram, so this should be very interesting. Matured in the traditional style in American bourbon barrels, the whisky is then ‘finished’, for approximately 30 months, in Chateau d’Yquem Premier Cru Superior Sauternes wine barrels, sourced from the Bordeaux region of France. During this second period of maturation the whisky interacts with the oak wood and derives a number of additional flavors and aromas specific to the Sauternes barrel.Learn More
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A bottling of single malt whisky from the Isle of Arran distillery bottled to honour Scotland's favourite son, the bard himself, Robert Burns. Bottled at 43% and created to be malty and sweet with a 'spicy twist on the finish. The Arran Distillery is the only whisky company worldwide permitted to use Burns’ name, image and signature. This is an official Arran Single Malt which has been endorsed by The World Robert Burns Federation. Made from approx 70% Bourbon Casks and 30% Sherry Casks, this light aromatic Single Malt is ideal for drinking, prior to or during a meal. Very fresh with no artificial coloring, this beautifully packaged malt is made for easy drinking. A single malt from the Isle of Arran distillery, celebrating the famed Scottish poet, Robert Burns. This bottling is officially endorsed by the World Burns Federation, it is said that Burns held whisky in great regard.Learn More
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Ardmore’s Traditional Cask is a peated Highlander made up from a vatting of 6 – 13 year old bourbon cask-matured malts which are then finished in the smaller casks for at least a year. It’s not a distillery you hear much about, Ardmore, but it’s actually one of the largest distilleries in Scotland, producing more than 3 million liters of spirit a year, most of it somewhat peated and most of it for use in the popular Teacher’s Highland Cream blend. In fact, the distillery was built by the son of William Teacher in 1898 specifically to support their classic blend. Only recently has Ardmore started releasing single malt expressions and along with the Traditional Cask, which debuted in 2007, there are 25 year old and 30 year old malts. A young peated Speysider from the excellent Ardmore distillery, Ardmore traditional Cask has been finished in quarter casks to speed up maturation. Gold Medal in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010.Learn More
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The name Ardmore derives from the Scotch Gaelic 'Ard moi' meaning 'Big Slope', a reference to the undulations of Aberdeenshire where the distillery stands. One of the largest distilleries in Scotland, Ardmore is also the site for large scientific research laboratories. The whisky is mostly quite peated, but a small amount of un-peated whisky is released during a few weeks yearly in the shape of Ardmore Ardlair, though this is used exclusively in various blends. An independent bottling of peated Speysider Ardmore 1991 from Gordon & Macphail. On the eastern edge of Speyside at kennethmont between the River Bogie, the Clashindarroch Forest and the foothills of the Grampian mountains lies Ardmore Distillery. It was founded in 1898 just before the collapse of the whisky market a year later due to over supplyLearn More
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Tomatin produces its own brand of scotch as well as the Antiquary and Talisman brands. Today, the distillery is actually owned by a Japanese business group. The Antiquary 21 yr scotch is a blend of exclusive old Speyside and Highland scotches blended at the Tomatin distillery. They say that Once tasted, never forgotten, never surpassed. This is an exclusive blend which combines fine Speyside and Highland malt with a splash of Islay and the fragrance of Lowland grains to create a truly exceptional whisky. All the whiskies used in this blend are at least 21 years old and together they deliver a taste of unrivalled sophistication. All the whiskies used in this blend are at least 21 years old and together they deliver a taste of unrivalled sophistication.
The bottle comes in a nice box, and is an interesting shape. It has a plastic pouring thing in the top that’s usually used in bars to help stop air getting back into the bottle if the lid is left off. It’s a bit of a pain in the arse, but you soon get used to it.Learn More