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This category contains all the whiskies we have on offer. Use the filters to narrow down your search options. We offer whisky samples, small sized bottles, blends, single malts and we have a wide assortment of independent bottlers.
No, this is not bourbon, but a closely related Tennessee Straight Whiskey. The difference is in extra carbon filtering. This more than 3-year-old Daddy Rack was made according to an old recipe by a team of experienced distillers and cellarmasters. (57.8%)
The Bunnahabhain Distillery on Islay is one of the few producers on that island that does not deliver peated single malt whisky by default. But under the name Staoisha, they can do it! See this 8-year-old peated malt that matured in a bourbon cask. (46%)
This Caol Ila single malt whisky bottled by Van Wees is 7 years old. The medium-peated Islay malt matured in two bourbon casks. The Ultimate label is known for its reasonable prices, and that is also reflected in this release. (bottled at 46%)
Maris Otter barley was developed in the 1960s for beer brewing. In the 1970s, it was even the most popular barley for brewing, but it disappeared from view for various reasons until Glenmorangie released a single malt whisky made from this barley in 2014!
Mortlach was the first distillery to open in Dufftown, Speyside, in 1823. Due to the partial triple distillation process, their single malt whisky has its own character. You can certainly taste that in this 13-year-old Berry Bros & Rudd bottling. (56.8%)
The Arran Distillery has also released a bottling, distilled from the recultivated ancient bere barley. That was in 2014. The single malt whisky is 10 years old and matured in bourbon casks. Bere barley whisky has a malty, robust taste. (bottled at 56.2%)
Glenmorangie was one of the first distilleries to experiment with non-standard cask ageing. In 2017, they released this Spìos bottling as a Private Edition, a single malt whisky that had matured in casks that previously contained rye whisky. (46%)
For this Kairos edition, whiskymaker Ghandi from The Lakes Distillery had the single malt whisky mature in bourbon and Oloroso casks, as well as in casks of Damascus oak. This resulted in a dry, sweet, light, elegant dram with woody notes. (46.6%)
This Glenmorangie single malt whisky belongs to the experimental Private Edition family. The 15-year-old dram partly matured in special Tuscan wine casks. This results in a whisky with notes of fruit and sweet wine, with a rich, creamy taste. (46%)
Near the Isle of Skye is the small Raasay with its beautiful nature. Since 2017, the artisanal Raasay Distillery has been there. The single malt whisky in this bottling is the marriage of the contents of 2 casks. Subtle peat with maritime and sweet notes.
The Brackla Distillery is making single malt whisky for over two centuries, as a purveyor to the royal family since 1835. A fine example of this royal dram is this G&M bottling. Matured for 13 years in a bourbon cask, and bottled at cask strength (59.2%)
The Strathmill Distillery has virtually no bottlings of its own, so we rely on bottlers such as Gordon & MacPhail for their single malt whisky. In their Connoisseurs Choice series, they release this 14-year-old, bourbon-aged Strathmill. (55.3%)
Not so well known, the Tamnavulin distillery, but definitely worth trying their single malt whisky. And then this is a suitable bottling! The malt matured for 16 years in a bourbon cask. You taste lemon, banana, white chocolate, nuts, and menthol (59.4%)
Caramelised apple and wood smoke. According to the label, these are the characteristic flavors of this 18-year-old single malt whisky from the Loch Lomond Distillery. Distilled in the unique Loch Lomond stills and matured in American oak casks. (46% ABV)
Quercus Alba is Latin for white oak, specifically the American white oak. Tamdhu Distillery matures almost all of its single malt whisky in ex-sherry casks. The same goes for this Distinction edition, but here on Oloroso casks of quercus alba wood. (48%)
Rare Irish Whiskey is the name of the series in which this Bushmill's single malt whiskey was released. This Irish single malt matured in bourbon, port and oloroso sherry casks for a total of 16 years before being bottled at 40% strength in 2021.
Linkwood's malt whisky is mainly found in blends such as Johnnie Walker and White Horse, but fortunately, single malt whisky bottlings are also regularly released. This is an attractive and affordable one, matured for 11 years in a bourbon cask. (55.8%)
The Single Malts of Scotland is a well-regarded series from Elixir Distillers. You will find attractive bottlings of Scotch whisky for a very reasonable price. Take, for example, this 12-year-old, bourbon-matured and 60.2% strong Blair Athol.
Springbank is one of the few really old-fashioned distilleries in Scotland. They have the entire process of whisky-making in their own hands. And then this is a 2015 bottling. So if you want to taste a 15-year-old really old-fashioned single malt? (46%)
We don't know how long this 8th batch of single malt whisky in Tamdhu's Batch Strength series aged on sherry casks. It seems to be a fairly young dram, uncomplicated and punchy. However, the sherry notes are clearly present. Bottled at 55.8% cask strength
This Nomad Outland Whisky is a whisky with a story. Started as a blend of more than 30 malt and grain whiskies from the Speyside. After 6 years of maturation there, the blend travelled to Jerez in Spain to mature further in PX and Oloroso casks. (43.1%)
If you want to try a sherried Speysider, this Glentauchers single malt whisky bottled by Van Wees is definitely an option, and not just because of the affordable price! The whisky matured for 11 years in two 2nd-fill Oloroso sherry casks. (46%)
If you want to discover why Glenlossie single malt whisky is so well-suited to blends like Haig and Johnnie Walker, this reasonably priced cask Van Wees bottling sure is an option. The single malt whisky matured for 10 years in a bourbon cask. (46%)
Glendullan single malt whisky is relatively unknown, except in America where it is marketed as Singleton of Glendullan. Here is a bottling from Van Wees in their The Ultimate series. The malt matured for 13 years in a bourbon cask and was bottled at 46%.
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