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Adorned with golden detailing, Tullibardine Sovereign is a delicious creamy single malt which was aged in first-fill bourbon barrels before bottling. Expect plenty of vanilla and spice from this Highland ...
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Aultmore distillery was completed in 1896, and was powered by a water wheel until 1898 when a steam engine was fitted. This engine was in almost continuous use for nearly 70 years,and was only decommissioned ...
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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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Full and rounded with a disarming squeeze of apple juice, silky delivery followed by an onslaught of superb spices, a touch of Demerara sweetens the drier oaks, the caramel kicks in slightly, as does the ...
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A smooth, spicy single malt that becomes soft and pleasantly sweet. A good spread of flavours with a creamy smooth, slightly drying finish.The driest and most mature malt in the Singleton of Glendullan ...
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Delving deep into our distillery’s history, we chanced upon an early association with the Islay Distillery Co, struck back in 1887. This provided the stimulus for a new expression, one that reflects a delightfully ...
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A Signatory bottling of Glenisla, an experimental malt whisky distilled at Glen Keith using lightly peated malt and distilled heavily peated water. Slightly mad and very rare. This dram has a gold-like ...
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An extremely popular Cask Finish, The Arran Malt Finished in a Port Cask is non chillfiltered and bottled at 50% for a richly rewarding and fruity whisky. One to be savoured. After initially maturing in ...
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Glendronach 12 Year has an amazing sweetness, with a big sherry kick. Lots of honey and nougat, with a rich body and just a touch of smoke in there to keep things interesting. The finish is long but bracing ...
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In 1963, William Grant and Sons built the Girvan Distillery as a staple source of grain whisky for blending purposes. The distillery is sited within an unused munitions factory from World War Two, sited ...
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A 25 year old blended whisky from the folks at Cutty Sark, released to celebrate Burns Night 2012. It’s named for one of Burns’s most famous poems, the fairly epic Tam O’Shanter, a tale of staying too late ...
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Curiositas uses a heavily peated malted barley as the cereal varietal to produce a unique, fresh, peated expression. This rare peated single malt, from the Heartland of Speyside, has wonderful overtones ...
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The nose opens with tanned leather and smoke tones. The body has notes of maple, toasted oak, cereal and just a light hint of persimmon. The finish lingers with allspice and rhubarb flavors. This is a rich ...
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The 18 year old version of the single malt Stronachie. This is actually from Benrinnes, and they bottle it in small batches that offer a sherried style of whisky.
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Benromach Organic is the first bottled single malt to be fully certified by The Soil Association. The whole process - raw ingredients, distillation, maturation and bottling - is certified organic to rigorous ...
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Scotland has five main growing regions, each with its own style and flavor profile. There is plenty of variety amongst the regions and even within one region to produce a diverse selection. The country produces several types of scotch, any combination of single or blended and grain or malt.

In order to deserve the Scotch whiskey label, the spirit must adhere to a strict set of legal regulations. Authentic Scotch is twice distilled, aged in oak barrels for at least three years and are meant to retain the color, aroma and taste of the original malt or grain. Look for the Scotch label, and keep in mind the age listed indicates the age of the youngest Scotch used.

The flavors, colors and aromas of Scotch vary. Be on the lookout for a range of profiles from savory and fruity to sweet and smoky. The spirit tends to be pleasantly aromatic with a long, complex finish that is meant to distinguish the good from the great.

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