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A variation of the wonderful Sheep Dip Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, made with malt whiskies from the island of Islay. Plenty of classic Islay character runs through its core, and it’s still adorned with ...
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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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Dream fulfilled. Rich and assertive with that unique creaminess of the Laddie. The non chill-filtered spirit drifts serenely over the palate, warming the taste buds. It is going to linger with you as long ...
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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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Honed, muscular and lithe. The texture is rich and robust with the maltiness of the barley very much at the fore. There is a natural innocence and purity to this spirit that brings an unbelievable depth ...
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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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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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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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Finished in Amoroso casks, this is quite different to the standard-issue 10 year-old, with an extra layer of sweetness that may not appeal to some Talisker purists but is well worth a look for those intersted ...
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Notes: Lagavulin 16-Year Single Malt Scotch is famous for its intense peatiness. Matured in oak barrels, this whisky takes on a deep golden amber color that hints to its richness. Its strong aromas include ...
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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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Smokehead is a rich, seaweedy and intensely peaty Islay single malt whisky. The flavour is fresh, fruity and immense, with notes of sherry, iodine, toffee, smoke and sea salt all fighting for recognition. ...
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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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