Ardbeg Corryvreckan 700ml
NZD $119.99 inc. GST
This is one of the legendary Islay malts. We loved the Committee release and we weren’t disappointed with this incredible dram. This was released to replace Airigh Nam Beist, choosing a more medicinal style over the creamier style of the beastie.
Clynelish is a delicious and distinctive Single Malt Scotch Whisky from one of Scotland’s most northern distilleries, which is situated at Bora on the stormy north east coast.
Aged for 14 years in specially selected oak casks then bottled at full 46% abv, this is a light yet firm-bodied maritime single ...
A delicious, richly sherried Glenfarclas aged for 17 years and launched for the travel retail market. Loads of character and depth, just what we’ve come to expect from the distillery.
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A young, rather gentle Bowmore. Whilst not massively complex or full-bodied, Legend is still a great value for money malt.
The Cragganmore Distillers Editions spend a finishing period in casks that previously held Port wine, adding extra fruitiness to the whisky. The 2015 release was distilled in 2003
Get your hands on some Glen Moray, by way of the Hepburn’s Choice range. This single cask bottling was distilled in 2007 and set aside to age in a refill hogshead for 8 years, before being bottled by Langside in 2015
A younger, more intensely smoky version of Auld Reekie, The Big Smoke is an Islay malt whisky from Duncan Taylor
A fruity, clean and polished malt with a touch of honey and spice, Aberfeldy 12 Year Old is an excellent introduction to this Highland distillery. Aberfeldy’s main claim to fame is as the heart of the excellent Dewar’s blend but whiskies like this are putting it firmly in the spotlight
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The entry level bottling from Scotland’s most northerly distillery, Highland Park, aged for 12 years with plenty of citrus and green notes.
Introduced in 2010, after cask strength versions in 2004 and 2005, this is the first officially-bottled Caol Ila 25yo to be bottled at 43%. It’s nice to see growing recognition for this excellent distillery, and this is a very welcome addition to the official range, with a rich, gentle mouthfeel ...
Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and sherry casks, this 10 year old from Aberlour remains a perennial favourite, typical of the modern Speyside style and thoroughly approachable. Such is its popularity that this bottling has been exported to over fifty countries.