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2001 Caol Ila 18 Year Old "Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseur's Choice" K&L Exclusive First Fill Bourbon Barrell #3308899 Nonchillfiltered Cask Strength Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The exceptional products coming from this humble Elgin bottler have long been sought-after by collectors and connoisseurs for their quality and value. Gordon & Macphail's special position in the Scotch industry is unmatched by any other blender or bottler. It is through the great vision of their predecessors that the current administration of this storied brand is able to offer such amazing and unique stocks that are otherwise not being sold. Represented in their warehouses are over 100 different Scottish distilleries, many of them closed and gone foreve...
Price: $189.99

We acquired a small parcel of this special selection via famed Italian importer Ferdinando Fiori or Nadi. Signor Fiori became famous in whisky circles when he founded Intertrade Imports in the 1980s. High Spirits was established after the dissolution of that special label. Signor Fiori has established exceptional relationships with Scottish bottlers over the years and gets particularly good access. He's officially in retirement, but we're doing everything we can to convince him to select more casks for his special line. He's offered us a small slice of h...
Price: $374.99

We acquired a small parcel of this special selection via famed Italian importer Ferdinando Fiori or Nadi. Signor Fiori became famous in whisky circles when he founded Intertrade Imports in the 1980s. High Spirits was established after the dissolution of that special label. Signor Fiori has established exceptional relationships with Scottish bottlers over the years and gets particularly good access. He's officially in retirement, but we're doing everything we can to convince him to select more casks for his special line. He's offered us a small slice of h...
Price: $179.99

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

We acquired a small parcel of this special selection via famed Italian Importer Ferdinando Fiori or Nadi. Signor Fiori became famous in whisky circles when he founded Intertrade Imports in the 1980s. High Spirits was established after the dissolution of that special label. Signor Fiori has established exceptional relationships with Scottish bottlers over the years and gets particularly good access. He's officially in retirement, but we're doing everything we can to convince him to select more casks for his special line. This lovely young Caol Ila was bot...
Price: $89.99

Wine Enthusiast: "This golden Scotch has a peaty aroma, with a honeyed undercurrent. Notably smooth and silky on the palate, a medicinal, iodine note leads on the palate, followed by bold peat smoke and hints of BBQ-like mesquite. A faint citrus note plays on the smoky, peppery fade. (KN)" (12/2016) K&L Notes: The Lost Distillery Company describes itself as "an independent, boutique Scotch whisky company" with a mission "to create present day expressions of legendary whiskies that belonged to the craft of whisky distilling almost a century ago." The Lo...
Price: $39.99



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

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

The Gordon & MacPhail Discovery range examines the core flavours at the heart of Scotch single malt whisky, and this is the headline of the Smoky side of things. A 13-year-old Caol Ila from the island of Islay, this is as typical a dram as you can get from the island, packed with sweet fruit and dark peat smoke.
Price: $69.99

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

Wine Enthusiast: "Although the “Botanist” name might suggest a floral gin, instead the flavor profile veers toward herbs and spices. There’s a subtle, herbal scent, with anise flavors up front, backed by coriander seed and cassia bark on the spicy finish. Made by Bruichladdich Distillery, which is renowned for its Scotch, on a pot-still named Ugly Betty. Sold in an attractive, square-shouldered, gift-worthy bottle. (KN)" (04/2012) K&L Notes: What happens when you take one of the great single malt distillers of all time, put him in a room with an old Sc...
Price: $34.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "A no age statement Bunnahabhain destined to replace the existing 12 year old, matured in first and second-fill sherry casks. Raisins, fruit spice, furniture polish, and roasted nuts on the nose, along with an edge of brine. Rich and full-bodied in the mouth, with malt, sweet sherry, and cotton candy, plus cloves and a sprinkling of sea salt. The finish offers red berries, lively spice, and dark chocolate. (GS, Spring 2019)" K&L Notes: The new entry level offering from Bunnahabhain is pronounced "stew-rahdur." The company has ...
Price: $39.99

2010 Port Charlotte "OLC:01" Oloroso Sherry Hogshead Finished Cask Strength Heavily Peated Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The newest release from Bruichladdich's Exploratory Cask Series, this heavily peated malt was distilled in 2010 from the 2009 crop of heavily peated Scottish barley. Filled into three cask types, ex-bourbon, ex-Syrah and ex-VDN (vin doux natural), it was transferred into a collection of ultra high quality bodega sherry hogsheads supplied on the personal recommendation of Jan Petterson, owner of the excellent Bodegas Fernando De Castilla. Bottled at cask strength in 2020, this powerful 9 year old malt one of the very few heavily sherried heavily peated Br...
Price: $124.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Classic ‘southern shores’ Islay from the onset: salty and medicinal on the nose, with smoked haddock, citrus fruits, and milk chocolate. The palate yields full-on hot peat, pipe tobacco, black coffee, licorice, and more chocolate. The finish is long and malty, with sweet smoke. Non-chill filtered. (GS, Fall 2018)" K&L Notes: Still holding our super low price on this classic Islay whisky, which was named World Whisky of the Year by Jim Murray in his 2008 edition of the Whisky Bible, making it easier for you, too, to fall in lo...
Price: $49.99

Kilchoman 100% Islay Barley 10th Edition Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "This expression was distilled from barley harvested on Islay in 2007 and 2009, and combines whisky aged in 43 bourbon barrels. Sweet peat, lemon juice, and sea salt on the nose, with honey, vanilla, and an herbal note. The palate opens with overt peatiness, followed by brine and lemon, plus vanilla and a hint of charcoal. Long in the finish, with ashy peat and sea salt. (GS, Spring 2020)" K&L Notes: Kilchoman's pièce de résistance - The 100% Islay Barley release. 2020's release features 39 bourbon casks and 2 oloroso casks in...
Price: $114.99

Laphroaig 10 Year Old "Batch 012" Original Cask Strength Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Laphroaig's Original Cask Strength 10 Year Old Single Malt has been a runaway success story for nearly 15 years. With each successive release, this gorgeous malt has seemed to outdo its previous iteration. While this most recent release (Batch 012) has yet to be professionally reviewed, the previous two batches received scores of 94 and 93 points respectively from the Whisky Advocate, putting them in the company of many of the top marquee 25 Year Old bottlings. This is truly one of the best 10 Year Olds on the market today.
Price: $79.99

Bowmore 18 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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94 points Whisky Advocate: "This 18 year old is aged in a mix of bourbon barrels and oloroso sherry casks. The nose is redolent of a damped-down bonfire, with stewed fruit, wood spice, and pipe tobacco. There are red berries, subtle peat, a hint of iodine, and soft oak on the complex palate. The finish yields more tobacco, oak, rich peat, and spicy dark chocolate. (GS, Spring 2020)" 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Complex and contemplative. The enticing scent mixes iodine, sea breeze and salted caramel, while the light, soft palate shows smoke, cocoa and dr...
Price: $129.99

accoridng to Distiller: "This is a limited edition release which marries single malt from an undisclosed Islay distillery which was distilled in 2006 and 2007. Aged for 12 years, a total of 18 ex-bourbon hogsheads were used in its creation. Bottled in 2020, this release yielded 5000 bottles worldwide and 720 for the US. It's bottled without chill-filtration at 45.8% ABV."
Price: $89.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This Islay single malt was finished in Sherry casks, delivering a ruddy hue and brisk, smoky scent with a hint of sea air salinity. Peat and iodine lead the palate, evolving into mouthwatering olive brine, kalamata olive and unsweetened chocolate, finishing long and dry with hints of ash, clove and black pepper. A splash of water integrates the cocoa and peat tones. (KN)" (12/2019) 92 points Whisky Advocate: "Formerly known as Darkest, this expression was given a secondary maturation for 3 years in oloroso sherry casks. The ...
Price: $79.99

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

F. Paul Pacult of Wine Enthusiast writes: "Over the last decade, none of Scotland’s other premier whisky districts—Speyside, Campbeltown, Lowlands, Islands (Skye, Jura, Orkneys, Arran, Mull) and Highlands (Northern, Central, Eastern and Western)—has garnered more acclaim from media, and more attention from consumers, than Islay (pronounced EYE-lah). Why has this bucolic dot of sod and rock, located off Scotland’s west coast and home to 3,400 inhabitants, become such a magnet for new and longtime admirers of Scotch whisky? Two words: peat and location."
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "This Islay single malt is all about the peat. Golden in the glass, the distinctly smoky scent hints at vanilla and honey underneath. Expect a big billow of smoke from the first sip, underpinned by subtle hints of honey, vanilla and sherry sweetness. The concentrated peat smoke leads right into the drying finish, plus hints of black pepper, iodine and spearmint astringency. (KN)" (12/2017) Whisky Advocate: "Another NAS Laphroaig made from a blend of different cask types. The nose is dry and lightly tarry—a note that continues...
Price: $114.99

The James Macarthur brand of single cask single malt is not well known in the states, but they've been around for nearly three decades and offer some unique expressions from high quality distillers. This very young Bunnahabhain is much more gentle than the average Islay, without the use of peat-dried barley, but offers subtle aromatics and a interesting saline quality. The exceptional price and unique qualities of this cask are what first intrigued us, but the amazing price reduction is what sealed the deal. If you're looking to better understand the old...
Price: $39.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Full-on Ardbeg on the nose! Hot tar, lemon juice, charcuterie, thick peat smoke, ginger, and a hint of Jaffa oranges. The palate is oily and well-integrated, with black pepper, coal tar soap, cloves, vanilla, and orchard fruits. Spicy in the lengthy finish, with more tar, peat, and salty oak. (GS, Fall 2020)" K&L Notes: The famous distillery at the end of the road on Islay's south shore has just released this monster of a dram, its youngest, smokiest permanent release to date. The Wee Beastie is designed specifically with smo...
Price: $44.99

This landmark 1988 vintage has never been re-casked. It has matured over 30 years in our warehouses in the same wood it was originally filled into – refill bourbon and, unusually, rare refill squat hogsheads. The subtle influence of these refill oak casks has resulted in a delicate and measured relationship between spirit and wood, quietly cultivated over time. It was always understood that this small parcel of casks required no interference, no guiding hand; just a watchful eye and palate to see it through. It is definitive, old, Bourbon-aged Bruichladd...
Price: $899.99

Whisky Advocate: "Bruichladdich describes this as a “multi-vintage cuvee” and only Scottish-grown barley is used in its distillation. Ozone, lemon juice, fresh-planed wood, and a hint of honey appear on the nose. The palate features toffee apples, cinnamon, ginger, salt, and oily oak. Pepper, sea salt, and relatively dry oak in the finish are balanced by toffee sweetness. (GS, Fall 2018)" K&L Notes: Light, clean, fresh Bruichladdich whisky at 100 proof, made from entirely Scottish barley. The new Classic Laddie drinks more like the old Rocks expression ...
Price: $49.99

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

91 points Whisky Advocate: "The whisky begins sweet and creamy, with notes of vanilla, honey, and ripe malt (reminiscent of a malting floor). Then the Laphroaig signature peat smoke, seaweed, tar, and medicinal notes emerge. Bottling at 48% and without chill-filtering keeps the whisky from being dulled down. A whisky that is very dynamic. Nicely done. (JH, Vol. 15, #2)" Wine Enthusiast: "Bold and overwhelmingly smoky, this golden single malt was matured twice, first in large casks and then transferred to smaller “quarter casks,” for more contact with th...
Price: $59.99

According to The Whiskyphiles: "The limited-edition Autumn Edition Port Askaig 12 Year Old single malt is a combination of nine refill American oak hogsheads, five oloroso sherry butts and three solera sherry butts, bottled in 2020. Aromas of cranberries, smoky bacon, black cherries and Christmas pudding fill the nose. The palate offers notes of red grapes, smouldering driftwood, dry seaweed, cherry tomatoes and hawthorn berries."
Price: $109.99

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: $79.99

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...
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "A great introduction to Bowmore’s single malts, and one of the best 12 year old single malt scotches around. The nose offers tropical fruit, sweet smoke, a hint of brine, new leather, and floral notes. Peaches, honey, vanilla, and more full-on smoke on the rounded palate. Brine, cocoa powder, citrus fruits, and fading woodsmoke in the finish. (GS, Spring 2020)" 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Perfect for peat-lovers: This burnished gold single malt leads with peat smoke on nose and palate, though it’s laced with mellow hints of h...
Price: $54.99

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

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