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We just couldn't say no to the chance at selling ANOTHER barrel from Jamaica's most special distillery. This legendary estate, which cannot be named by our bottler, produces the most traditional rum in Jamaica and perhaps the entire world. Famous for the use of "muck" to aid in fermentation, the distillery takes spent lees and organic refuse to create a secondary fermentation which cultivates certain types of bacteria. Those bacterial are particularly adapted at producing acids, which result in the creation of esters during alcoholic fermentation. This i...
Price: $280.00

This exceptional barrel of Clynelish was selected by the unparalleled palate of Signor Massimo Righi for his wild "Whisky is Class...iscal" series of single cask single malts. Each is named for a classical piece of music and this one for composer Gaetano Donizetti which premiered in Milan on May 12th, 1832. Bottled in 2016 at cask strength without chill filteration only 259 bottles were produced. Only 36 have been secured for the US market and they're already trading in Europe at a significant mark up from our price.
Price: $400.00

Distilled in Grenada in 1993 on a coulmn still, this Spanish style rum is lighter in body than many other Samaroli rums. Aged for 24 years and bottled in Scotland in 2017 from cask #1279. Just 336 bottles in 750ml. 52%ABV Samaroli notes: Initial tones of balsamic and mineral scents on the nose followed by dried fruit, cocoa and cornmeal on the palate. Coconut is a dominant flavor here, evoking the Caribbean, and on the finish, rich notes of tobacco, vanilla, and licorice linger in the mouth.
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Bid on this bottle of 1993 Penfolds "Grange" Shiraz South Australia (95WS, 94JH, 91RP). Wine Spectator: "Dark, peppery and earthy overtones add substance to this chewy, remarkably complex red wine. It delivers a ripe core of plum and dried currant, then branches out, hinting at anise and mineral on the finish. Approachable now, but oh what a future this has. *Ranked #18 in Wine Spectator Top 100 of 1998* (HS)" (11/1998)
Starting Bid: $265.00

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