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Aberfeldy 28 Year Old is a superb example of long-aged Highland whisky. Fruity with notes of peach, orange, lemon, vanilla and butterscotch.
A well aged 22 year old edition of whisky from Knockdhu (aka anCnoc), bottled at 46% with no colouring or chill filtration. It's a mix of American ex-bourbon casks and some Spanish ex-oloroso butts, adding a bit of leathery smokiness to anCnoc's traditionally silky style.
A rare independent bottling of Ardmore, the peated whisky produced close to the Speyside border. This was distilled in May 2000 and bottling in June 2016 as part of Gordon & Company's Pearls of Scotland series.
A single malt matured in Oloroso and Pedro Ximénez Sherry butts sourced from Jerez for a minimum of 12 years. It is a creamy, rich and sweet release expect spice, fruit and chocolate notes, an IWSC Trophy winner back in 2011.
Bowmore 9 Year Old Sherry Cask is the latest addition to the Islay favourite's core range. This entry-level whisky has spent all of its life maturing in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks, resulting in Bowmore's distinctive smokiness.
Finished in Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes casks, this has all the expected Bruichladdich characteristics - seaspray, brine, floral notes - with a deliciously smooth extra veneer of sweetness. A deservedly popular 'Laddie.
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