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Woodford Reserve DS

For those who want to try bourbon whiskey, or those who want to go deeper than the standard bourbon, we can recommend the Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select. Produced in the original way, in copper pot stills. And at a reasonable price.

Woodford Reserve RYE

This Distiller’s Select Rye whiskey from Woodford Reserve, a small distillery in the heart of 'bourbon country', is quite complex, precisely because it is not a 100% rye whiskey, but also partly has a bourbon character. A special whisky.

Writer's Tears - Copper Pot 40%

Uncomplicated, light and yet full of flavor. That is how you could describe this Irish blended malt. A whisky for every day or, in terms of price too, a nice entry-level dram. It is not known which distilleries produced the malt, but what does it matter?

Writer's Tears - Marsala Cask Finish

This Writer's Tears Copper Pot is a blend of pot still and single malt whisky produced by Midleton (1975-), Ireland's largest distillery. It is a single cask bottling that has been finished in a Sicilian Florio Marsala cask and is bottled at 45%.

Writer's Tears - Red Head

This traditionally distilled Irish single malt has matured, probably not for very long, on oloroso-sherry casks, which gives red fruit tones. A warm, uncomplicated whiskey at a reasonable price.

Writer's Tears Double Oak

With this Writer's Tears Double Oak that is produced by the Irish Midleton Distillery you get a dram that is a blend of pot still and single malt whisky. This not so common blend matured in both American and French oak casks and is bottled at 46%.

Yellow Spot 12-year-old

Yellow Spot is an Irish single pot-still whiskey. It is distilled from malted and unmalted barley. This Yellow Spot matured for 12 years in 3 types of cask: bourbon, sherry and malaga. That results in a sweet, fruity, smooth and silky dram with body.

Yoichi Single Malt

This ageless single malt whisky from the Japanese Yoichi distillery is a pleasantly drinkable and surprisingly full dram. Lots of fruit, green tea, milk chocolate to name a few, with a hint of salty smoke. Why not try a Japanese whisky like this?

Young & Old 2011 Murray McDavid

You don't often find a blended whisky with 50% single malt and 50% grain whisky. This Young & Old by Murray McDavid is one of those. The younger is a 7 year old Caol Ila that matured on a PX cask, the grain is an old North British. A special blend!

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