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Jim McEwan: "Colour - Gorgeous Deep Ruby with a cherry red edge. Aromas - It opens on a beautiful rare combination that can only be discovered from single cask bottling. This spirit is wonderful & rare, seldom found as most bottling are from many casks married together. The Sherry & smoke character from 18 years of maturing on the Island of Drams is incredible. I have seldom come across spirit like this and I am super proud to meet one of my children after 18 years, what a wonderful experience! Palate - The aromas and flavour are of plump red grapes, n...
Price: $429.99

2004 Port Charlotte 18 Year Old "Dramfool" Bourbon Cask #1197 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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Jim McEwan: "Colour - Harvest Gold Body- Mellow & Mature Aromas - Beautiful oak, peat & hints of Atlantic swells leading onto Coastal Flora & Fauna. It has a true Hebridean DNA that works beautifully with the spice from the Bourbon that first filled the cask. Little hints of Jupiter & Pine drift by on a classic Islay marine overture all held in the warmth of a peat fire. Palate - The texture of the spirit is beautiful, viscous, mellow and brimming with all that makes Islay malts so unique. Flavours of melon & pear emerge held beautifully by the oak & ...
Price: $359.99

Samaroli is Italy's premier spirits bottler and has been selecting and blending world class rums for decades. This bottling showcases an 18 year old Haitian rum agricole made from fresh sugar cane juice rather than molasses.
Price: $225.00

Distilled 06/2004 and bottled 08/2022 cask strength, unchillfiltered, and without added color.
Price: $249.99

Pronounced "Glen Murray" this elegant Speysider sits outside of Elgin next to the River Lossie. Originally established as a brewery it was converted to malt production shortly before the start of the 20th century and then was promptly closed in the whisky bust that followed shortly after. It's had a tumultuous ownership history, but today is mostly used for blending by its current French owners. Producing a soft fruity spirit, it takes on many types of wood nicely and indeed Glen Moray was early in the finishing cask game, particularly with wine barrels....
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