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Bruichladdich Octomore 5.1 is the fifth release in Bruichladdich’s Octomore series. The whisky takes its name from Octomore Farm, a farm situated high above the village of Port Charlotte just two ...
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Released in 2004, this bottling was aged for around five years before being finished in a quarter cask for several months, the size of the cask is quite small, thus does not require such a long maturation. ...
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On the eye warm gold.Breathe in vanilla fudge, sea air and peat smoke, balanced beautifully by honeycomb and cinnamon spice.Sip mouth-watering citrus, gentle saltiness and vanilla with flakes of coconut.Savour ...
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This year’s Cairdeas release (Cairdeas, pronounced ’car-chase’, means ’friendship’ in Gaelic) was matured in bourbon barrels and Amontillado hogsheads. Created by Laphroaig Master Distiller John Campbell, ...
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Famous throughout the world for their peaty character and dry finish, the Islay dram is the unmistakable taste of Scotland. Full bodied and robust. A strong Islay character with traces of sea salt and burnt ...
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New 2012 core bottling of the Islay single malt Scotch named after Machir Bay beach just a mile from the Kilchoman distillery. The whisky is a vatting of: 60% 3 year old (ex-bourbon), 35% 4 year old (Oloroso ...
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The color is deep intense mahogany with glittering sun rays. Smell is firm and positive, yet forcibly mellow. Strong accents of phenolic aromas. Rich, sensual nuances of honey and marzipan. On the palate ...
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A 25 year old from the Bowmore distillery aged in American bourbon and Spanish sherry casks. The sherry influence combines wonderfully with the coastal, smoky distillery style to create a sublime aged single ...
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After a string of highly-regarded indie peated Bunnahabhains, the distillery has finally released an official version of their heavily-peated malt. Toiteach is Gaelic for Smoky, and apparently there’s some ...
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Ardbeg Correyvecken Single Malt has the nos of a collision of waxy dark chocolate, warm blackcurrants and muscovado sugar. The flavors of a chewy peppered steak soaked in pepper sauce with the tang of crispy ...
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The long anticipated 42 Year Old Dùsgadh is a 1972 vintage, from the year the distillery was reopened following a gap that stretched to the 1930s. Some of the first spirit to run from the new stills, ...
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The second release in the distinguished Orcadian Vintage Series, the 1968 is one of the finest Single Malts available. Selected from 8 refill hogsheads, the Orcadian Vintage Series is the ultimate luxury ...
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Ardbeg Scotch Uigedail has a rich and weighty with heady and smoky aromatic, it is full flavored and rich with a deep mouth-coating texture, the taste is an intriguing balance between sweet, spicy and deep ...
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Famous throughout the world for their peaty character and dry finish, the Islay dram is the unmistakable taste of Scotland. Full bodied and robust. A strong Islay character with traces of sea salt and burnt ...
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The Bunnahabhain Distillery (pronounced Boon-a-havn and meaning rivermouth in Gaelic) was built in 1881 on the north-eastern tip of the enchanting isle of Islay. It was incorporated in 1882 by the Islay ...
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It's not all fun and games when it comes to this spirit of choice. Not just any whisky can boast the Scotch label. As one of Scotland's best-known exports, Scotch production is strictly outlined by law in order for the drink to warrant the name. For a drink with such an infamous reputation, makers certainly take it seriously. The whisky must be distilled in Scotland, are generally distilled at least twice and mature in oak casks for a minimum of three years. The single malt part of the name indicates the whisky is made with only malted barley, come from a single distillery and are matured for a minimum of three years. The age listed on the label of any Scotch you purchase from Wine Chateau is guarantee that the youngest whisky used was of that maturation age.

Although Scotch does not age once it's in the bottle, there is good news. It can stay on the shelf practically indefinitely. Time to stock up! We've used this excuse on our end, and you're welcome to use it, too. Store the Scotch unopened and out of direct sunlight to keep the flavors authentic.

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Single malt Scotch may sound like an expensive treat to get into, but our wide selection offers bottles at varying price points, and Wine Chateau is always offering additional discounts and deals to help you get your hands on your favorite bottle of Scotch. Sale prices make it taste even better. Just in case you need to check us on that, browse our full selection to buy single malt Scotch for yourself or to share with others.

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