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World Whisky

Scotland is not the only country famous for producing malt whisky. In fact, it isn't even the world's largest producer of whisky. Below you will the best whiskies the rest of the world has to offer.

Although we Scots are rightfully proud of our national drink, we have to admit that a good dram can come from almost anywhere in the world - these international whiskies are a testament to that!

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A super release from Jameson, with a high proportion of Irish pot still whiskey as well as small batch grain. The result is an increased body and level of richness giving it a much richer flavour than regular Jameson. 

Jameson Black Barrel
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Mackmyra's core expression is a light Swedish whisky matured primarily in first fill bourbon barrels but also includes whisky aged in Sherry and Swedish oak casks. The award winning whisky is light, well-balanced and fruity dram with a touch of spicy juniper smoke.

Mackmyra Brukswhisky
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This very limited release gets its name from two Japanese symbols; Yama is indeed the Japanese term for mountain, while Sakura refers to cherry-trees, symbolising ephemeral beauty. Matured in Bourbon barrels for 16 years, then transferred to specific tanks and finally back to Bourbon casks again to finish up for a few months. An inviting nose reveals notes of Vanilla, cedar, fruitcake and citrus, while the palate suggests toasted bread, coconut, fig and pear plus a hint of liquorice. Only 1992 bottles of this whisky are available for Europe, making this a highly collectable release. ABV: 40% 700ml
Yamazakura 16 Year Old
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Packaged in a traditional earthenware jug, this is a 100% straight corn whiskey distilled in Illinois and aged for three years. 75cl / 40% - Straight Corn Whiske

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Platte Valley 3 Year Old
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The benchmark Irish single malt, this has a far greater depth of flavour than standard Irish blends. A former winner of Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey in the World at the World Whiskies Awards.

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Bushmills 10 Year Old
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Glendalough Double Barrel is a single grain Irish whiskey, aged in a combination of bourbon and oloroso sherry casks. Sweet and creamy, with butterscotch and honey from the American oak and dried fruit from the Spanish.

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Glendalough Double Barrel Single Grain
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Since the Teelings parted company with Cooley, the company they started, we've been waiting for their return and here it is – Teeling Whiskey. Finished in rum casks and bottled at 46% without chill-filtration, it's an excellent statement of intent. The blend is said to contain a high proportion of first-fill bourbon cask whiskey, and a higher-than-normal ratio of malt to grain.

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Teeling Small Batch Whiskey
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This limited-edition release of The One comes from the team at the Lakes Distillery. A blend of whiskies from around the British Isles, this was finished in oloroso sherry hogsheads at the fledgling Cumbrian distillery and released in 2015.

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The One British Sherry Finish
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The ongoing semi-peated whisky from Indian distiller Paul John. It combines their fruity unpeated single malt whisky with some 20-25ppm peated spirit to give a sweet and spicy whisky balanced by an underlying earthy smoke.

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Paul John Edited
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