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Whisky Advocate: "The only survivor from Old Pulteney’s core range shake-up of 2018, this has been matured in first and second-fill bourbon casks. The nose is delicate, with almonds, honey, and floral notes. Malt and toffee on the palate, with spicy oak and a hint of brine. The medium-length finish is nutty, with wood spices. (GS, Winter 2018)" K&L Notes: The Old Pulteney distillery is the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland, situated in the town of Wick. Your nose and palate discern complex combinations, robust yet delicate with a hint o...
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Arran "The Bothy" Quarter Cask Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $80) (Previously $80)
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92 points Whisky Advocate: "Initially matured in bourbon casks for 7 years, this spends another 2 years in quarter casks, taking on aromas of vanilla, shortbread, canned pineapple chunks, wax, and cinnamon, all buffeted by the bright saltiness of fresh sea air. A hefty deep palate is unencumbered by the cask and instead trumpets its clean sweet flavors: lemon, orange, pineapple, fresh ginger, blueberry, cinnamon, shortbread, and saline. Full-flavored to the last, this whisky is muscular, but never aggressive. (SSB, Spring 2021)" K&L Notes: Independently...
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The folks at Arran, which has been independently owned since its inception in 1995, have been quietly making some of the best island-distilled whisky in Scotland for 25 years. Their water source is 100% rainwater coming from Loch Na Davie, high above the distillery. The clean water, combined with 100% concerto malt and a careful distillation, is the essence of Arran — it's fresh, barley-forward, and shows flavors heavy with citrus, stone fruit, and vanilla pudding. They never color or chill filter any of their whiskies, choosing instead to retain all of ...
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Mortlach 15 Year Old "Game of Thrones Six Kingdoms" Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $150) (Previously $150)
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "The ninth and final release in Diageo’s Game of Thrones series was aged in first-fill sherry-seasoned casks and finished in bourbon barrels. Vanilla and toffee, plus spicy oak on the nose, while the full sherried palate yields dry fruit, spicy citrus notes, almonds, more vanilla, and caramel. The leisurely finish presents wood spices and Jaffa oranges. (GS, Spring 2020)" K&L Notes: The ninth (and final?) release in Diageo's Game of Thrones Collection, Six Kingdoms, is a 15-year-old Mortlach single malt, matured in a combinati...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fresh aromas suggest red apple slices and hint of vanilla. The supersoft palate rings out with vanilla cookie and custard, finishing long and mouthwatering on sweet spices, piquant cayenne and drying hints of cigar wrapper and campfire smoke. Consider this as a dessert pairing. (KN)" (12/2020) Whisky Advocate: "Gold color. Delicate aromas of tropical fruits (coconut, pineapple, mango), marshmallow and vanilla. Light in body, with delicate exotic flavors that deliver what the aroma promises. Soft, gentle, delicately creamy fi...
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "I feel this is by far the best whisky in the standard Auchentoshan portfolio, and it is one of the best Auchentoshans ever released. It’s delicious, nicely balanced, and with lovely depth for a Lowland whisky. Baked muffins, creamy vanilla, honey, and caramel blend nicely with delicate fruit notes (lemon, red current, strawberries). An impeccably balanced whisky. Similar to the 10 year old reviewed below, but with greater depth and a drier finish. (JH, Winter 2004)" K&L Notes: The quintessential Lowland single malt; it doesn’...
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1969 Benromach 50 Year Old Single Refill Sherry Hogshead #2003 Speyside Single Malt Whisky (750ml) (Previously $11250) (Previously $11250)
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This single barrel of BenRomach was distilled in 1969 and bottled in July of 2019 at cask strength. Considering the extreme quality of this exceptional distillate and the unbelievable explosion in price for the very oldest scotches, this rare offering is relatively affordable compared to many of the region's other distillers. A bottle of 50 year old Balvenie will cost you nearly 4 times the price and while that brand might have more name recognition, BenRomach should be considered in the top tier of quality producers from Speyside. It's presented in a un...
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Compass Box "Juveniles" Limited Edition Blended Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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90 points Whisky Advocate: "A blend of four single malts for the latest incarnation, this has poached pear, sweet green apple, melon skins, light spices, barley sugar, and yet some crunchy barley notes too. Sweet vanilla fattens out to orange, peppercorn, honey, and barley sugar, with apple and herbal greenery appearing at the end. Hold for at least 30 seconds, then there’s spice at the swallow, and a waxy, mouth-coating finish of smooth-pulped fruits. (JM, Spring 2019)" K&L Notes: Compass Box's latest release is a celebration of Juveniles Bistrot a Vin...
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On one of our visits to the distillery Hunter Laing's master blender Tom Aitken who used to blend for Dewar's back when Bacardi first bought the brand joined us for the tasting. Tasting samples with a veteran who understands the inner workings and the history behind some of these lesser-known distilleries is invaluable. Tom explained that former owner Diageo used the distillery as a sort of experimental lab during the nineties. They made all sorts of different styles back then apparently and the quality could be wildly variant. Bacardi has since turned R...
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The Tweeddale brand was created by the brothers John and Andrew Davidson in the mid-1800s. In 1895, Richard Day was hired as an office boy and began to learn the art of blending. Mr. Day took over the business in 1923 and continued to buy and blend whiskies until World War II caused a decline in market viability. Day sold his stocks and retired. In 2010, Alasdair Day inherited his great-grandfather's cellar book and the quest to recreate the Tweeddale whisky was born. The peated Grain of Truth is one of the most unusual and exciting examples on the marke...
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "The dense aroma, profound with honey and wafting with smoke, hints at what's to come. On the palate, sweet vanilla and baked apple give way to lots of mouthwatering spice on the finish—clove, cinnamon and nutmeg. (KN)" (12/2013) K&L Notes: This whisky just shocked the hell out of us when we retasted it recently. It's supple, textural, chewy, and full of sweet barley and pure Scotch whisky flavor. Imagine a combination of the Glenmorangie 18 and Oban 18, a whisky that is the perfect balance point between these two classic mal...
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Whisky Advocate: "Toasted coconut, custard cream biscuits, vanilla, freshly peeled banana skins, and ice cream wafers make this an enticing olfactory prospect. Vanilla, lemon, cream, and shortbread, this puffs out beautifully with a tug of pepper, always in balance, before relaxing into lemon meringue pie territory, with those sweet lemons persisting into the finish. A mellow, well-balanced offering, but you’ll know the truth when you taste it. (JM, Spring 2019)" K&L Notes: The Tweeddale brand was created by the brothers John and Andrew Davidson in the ...
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91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a crème brûlée fragrance and vanilla richness on the palate, all blanketed with smoke. It finishes long, dark and spicy, with clove, allspice and black pepper notes and a quick bite of alcohol warmth. (KN)" (12/2015) K&L Notes: Glen Garioch (pronounced "geery") is one of the oldest operating distilleries in Scotland. Since 1797 the distillery has been making malt in the northeasterly town of Oldmeldrum, near Aberdeen.
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