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93 points Whisky Advocate: "Ardbeg doles out occasional limited releases for their avid fans, but for nearly a decade the core range consisted of just three whiskies: 10 year old, Uigeadail, and Corryvreckan. The addition of An Oa, matured in a combination of virgin oak, Pedro Ximénez sherry, and bourbon barrels, and married in a French oak ‘gathering vat’ prior to bottling, marks a reason to celebrate. An Oa is a more approachable Ardbeg. It lacks some of the typical oiliness, but flavor and complexity abound with hot peat, black tea, and peppery cloves...
Price: $59.99

Ardbeg "Uigeadail" Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $73) (Previously $73)
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94 points Whisky Advocate: "Launched in 2003, Uigeadail remains one of Ardbeg’s core offerings. Matured in a mix of sherry and bourbon barrels and bottled at cask strength. Peppery peat, warm tar, coffee grounds, machine oil, and black pepper on the nose. The palate is complex and rich, offering orange segments sprinkled with sea salt, dark chocolate, malt, and ever-present sweet peat. Nicely balanced. Lengthy in the finish, with smoky caramel. (GS, Fall 2018)" Wine Spectator: "Lots of peat sprinkled with Sherry, raisins, bread dough and maritime notes....
Price: $59.99

Ardbeg "Corryvreckan" Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Elsewhere $82) (Elsewhere $82)
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96 points Whisky Advocate: "Powerful, muscular, well-textured, and invigorating. Even within the realm of Ardbeg, this one stands out. The more aggressive notes of coal tar, damp kiln, anise, and smoked seaweed are supported by an array of fruit (black raspberry, black cherry, plum), dark chocolate, espresso, molasses, bacon fat, kalamata olive, and warming cinnamon on the finish. Quite stunning! (JH, Fall 2009)" K&L Notes: 2009 Scotch Whisky of the Year from the Malt Advocate. Named for Europe's largest whirlpool, this whisky is now available on a full...
Price: $74.99

Whisky Advocate: "A new, and welcome, permanent member of the core Kilchoman range, this comes from a mix of sherry finished and sherry matured whisky. The nose kicks off with a lovely cigar ash note—a cigar club toward the end of the evening—and while there are some dried fruits from the sherry, Kilchoman’s gentle, light character gives energy and lemony lift—shellfish, grass, and herbs. Lovely balance. Rounded, softly fruity, and highly approachable. (DB, Summer 2016)" K&L Notes: *97 points, Ultimate Spirits Challenge Top 100 of 2020* The newest full-...
Price: $69.99

There is not a distillery on the south shore of Islay that I wouldn't be happy to drink and while the actual source has not been confirmed, it is presumed that this whisky comes from the first one off the road from Port Ellen, Laphroaig. This special distillery is becoming exceedingly difficult to source on market and even in its most youthful versions is becoming very expensive. When we noticed the reduced price of this excellent whisky we jumped at the chance to offer something unique and affordable to our customers. It's not often that we see single c...
Price: $54.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "Distilled from Scottish barley, this is the first permanent age-statement Port Charlotte bottling. First and second-fill American oak and French wine casks were used for aging. Rock pools, lemon juice, caramel, but little overt peat on the nose. The palate boasts big orchard fruit notes, smoky coconut, and brine. Again, the peat is quite muted. Long and spicy in the drying, peaty finish. (GS, Fall 2018)" K&L Notes: The first permanent release of Port Charlotte 10 Year. Apparently, they've got enough whisky to keep this going ...
Price: $64.99

The heavily peated malt for this whisky came from three farmers in Islay. Port Charlotte is a small coastal town about two miles south of Bruichladdich Distillery where this whisky is produced in a Victorian era still house. Notes from the distiller: "The sweetness of the oak and the barley are matched beautifully by the dry peat smoke. Islay grown, the barley seems more distinct and brings through the peach and apple typical of our spirit."
Price: $69.99

It's no secret that we're big fans of Kilchoman distillery here at K&L. Our visit to the distillery on Islay really opened our eyes to the incredible job they're doing. Kilchoman is a tiny operation, producing on one still and malting whatever they can inside their humble barn. Because of their small scale, cost of production is higher and prices for their whisky have not been inexpensive. But having tasted the new-make spirit right off the still, we can firmly say that, in our opinion, there is no higher quality peated whisky being produced anywhere els...
Price: $54.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "The nose is fresh, with sea salt, tangerines, and light smokiness. Vanilla, sultanas, malt, a hint of sherry, hazelnuts, and woodsmoke are present on the oily palate. Lingering in the finish, with salt and drying smoke. (GS, Fall 2019)" Wine Spectator: "A refreshing malt, notable for its transition from a slightly austere nose of olive oil, seaweed and a whiff of peat to a glamorous palate of honey candy and spice. Finishes rather quickly with aromatic spices. Non-chill filtered. Natural color. (JB, OD)" (02/2011) K&L Notes...
Price: $52.99

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