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2005 Laphroaig 13 Year Old "Chieftain's" K&L Exclusive Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Unchillfiltered Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The magical distillery on the south shore of Islay, like all south shore distillers, is quite unlike any other. But Laphroaig has a certain place in the hearts of the hardest core peat lovers. They're the last distiller down there to malt a portion of their barley on site. Their complex system of tiny stills create the most peculiar and enticing peated spirit in the world. The quality and consistency of their casks is second to none. But over the last decade, what was once a staple in the independent bottling repertoire has completely disappeared. Laphro...
Price: $159.99

2004 Ardbeg 15 Year Old "Chieftain's" K&L Exclusive Single Ex-Bourbon Barrel Cask Strength Unchill-filtered Islay Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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The wonderful Chieftain's brand from Ian Macleod had been one of our primary sources for several years. They've got a knack for finding special casks. This is the first barrel of Ardbeg we've bottled from the "new" regime and only the second exclusive Ardbeg we've ever managed to extricate from the clutches of this very stingy distiller. Who can blame them for keeping every drop? The Ardbeg brand is still on fire and there's absolutely no reason for them to be selling to brokers or blenders. Yet here we are. Their new release, a 19-year-old version that ...
Price: $239.99

Bowmore "Old Malt Cask" 21 Year Old K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Bowmore offers one of the most unusual dichotomies in Scotland. They make some of the finest whisky available, they floor malt roughly a quarter of their barley in-house, they have vast stocks of exceptional whisky, yet the core expressions from the distillery always seem a touch lack luster. They're filtered and proofed way back, sure, but the raw materials are so good that you wouldn't expect it present so glaringly. This is where the independent cask market thrives. The freedom to bottle at full proof and without filtration or additives allows for the...
Price: $149.99

2014 Bunnahabhain Staoisha Heavily Peated 4 Year Old "Signatory Unchillfiltered Collection" Dechar/Rechar Cask Strength Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The Bunnahabhain distillery is located at the far northern edge of the island of Islay and was built in 1881. There it has quietly made a famously non-peated Islay malt capturing many malt lovers' hearts. The distillery began experimenting with heavily peated malt in the 1990s and has continued to produce limited quantities under various names since then. We've fallen absolutely in love with the style and we're excited to see this special cask in the Signatory warehouse. We typically avoid malt this young, but the Staoisha we got from Milroy in an almost...
Price: $69.99

We didn't say no to a single Caol Ila cask this year. They're too good and too reasonably priced. With the demand for Islay peat as high as it has ever been, the quality of these casks combined with sharp pricing was an absolute no brainer. This Old Particular bottling is charged from a refill hogshead and, as always, bottled with no coloring or chill filtration. The meaty quality that we see in this year's Sovereign cask of Caol Ila is tamed here and while there is decidedly some richness of peat and decadent phenol components, this is really on the gen...
Price: $69.99

Lagavulin 16 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Elsewhere $100) (Elsewhere $100)
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Soy sauce, olive brine, peat, honey, oloroso Sherry, brewer’s yeast, bread dough, barley malt and cigar smoke in the bouquet. The flavor that magically includes the innate intense peatiness of Islay malts and the masterly employment of oak barrels phase defines “classy Islay.” Concludes sweetly, without sacrificing the tangy, astringent peatiness that is inherent. Gorgeous. *Best Buy* " (06/2006) 94 points Whisky Advocate: "An old classic, but how do the newest bottlings fare? Rich, chewy, slightly oily texture. Deep peat...

Alexander Murray has recently been making some waves. They've used their buying power through large volume purchases for many of the country's largest chain retailers to secure stocks of some very special and rare distilleries. While many of my suppliers are unable to offer me cask strength Laphroaig of any age for less than £100+ a bottle, Alexander Murray is putting small batch cask strength malt from Islay's most flavorful distiller into the bottle for a bargain. After a little poking and prodding, we were able to secure a special price and offer this...
Price: $99.99


The exceptional Big Peat Christmas 2018 is arriving with perfect timing for holiday gifting or sharing with relatives. This is a blend of seven Islay single malts including the rare closed Port Ellen distillery. Douglas Laing has confirmed Bowmore, Caol Ila, Ardbeg and Port Ellen in this blend. High quality blended malt bottled at full strength from these rare special distilleries, we'd expect a hefty price tag, but the wonderful Douglas Laing products are consistently affordable. Enjoy it now or stock up for the next year's holidays.
Price: $59.99

2013 Bowmore 5 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Barrel Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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We already know the greatness that can be young Islay. It's always a surprise the depth of flavor that can come from a punchy 5 or 6 year Caol Ila, Staoisha or Octomore. But we have never been offered such a youthful example of this famous old distillery. For me, Bowmore is truly one of the greats. Hand malting more than 25% of the production and responsible for some of true legends. The modern distillery bottlings tend to keep things VERY safe. But the Bowmore we come across on the independent market these days is almost always exceptional. I'm convince...
Price: $44.99

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...

Laphroaig 16 Year Old "Limited Edition"  Islay Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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The whisky’s maturation in ex-Bourbon barrels is said to have softened “the famously rich peat smoke” and added flavors of leather and sweet vanilla. John Campbell, Laphroaig distillery manager, said: “Laphroaig 16-year-old is the perfect illustration of how our rich whiskies mellow as they mature. Whilst this expression carries the iconic smoke of Laphroaig, this is married with sweeter notes of honey and caramel, creating a remarkable dram that’s perfect for the long evenings of late summer and into cosier nights of autumn. On the nose, the 16-year-old...
Price: $139.99
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Laphroaig 10 Year Old "Batch 011" Original Cask Strength Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Batch 011 of Laphroaig's popular small-batch edition of its 10-year-old single malt. Hard to find outside of the distillery, these whiskies are rightfully critically acclaimed, offering a punchy and intense take of the 10-year-old's medicinal and maritime character.
Price: $69.99

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 Lossit distillery operated on the island of Islay from 1817 to 1867 and was considered one of the best during its era.
Price: $39.99

Distiller's notes: "Distilled in 2013 from the 2012 harvest, the Octomore 10.3 has been brought home by farmer James Brown. Taking on the challenge of growing Islay Barley, he braces the conditions of the wet and wild west coast to combine an exploration of Islay terroir and stratospheric smoke. For the first time, the .3 is matured for six aged years but crucially only in ex-American oak. These top-quality casks have gently coaxed this Octomore spirit into life in Warehouse 16, next to our 10.1 edition. The components of our 10.1 and 10.3 are so simila...
Price: $249.99

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

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 ...

Lagavulin 8 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for a straw hue and unmistakably peaty, smoky scent. On the palate, fruity sweetness leads at first, quickly morphing into a billow of pungent peat smoke. Quite drying, and finishes fiery. Water tamps down the alcohol heat and brings more orchard fruit forward. Released in 2016 to honor Alfred Barnard, considered to be the first whiskey writer, as part of the 200th anniversary of Lagavulin. *Top 100 Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (12/2017) Whisky Advocate: "Light in color it may be, but this is no wimp. The nose goes straight t...

Lagavulin 9 Year Old "Game of Thrones House Lannister" Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Part of Diageo's line of eight single malt whiskies to commemorate the eighth and final season of HBO's hit television series,"Game of Thrones", that's based on the series of novels, "A Song of Ice and Fire", by George R.R. Martin. The Lannisters are known for their meticulousness and tenacity, traits also embodied by the legendary distillery Lagavulin. Taste note: "Lagavulin 9 Year Old is a roaring single malt that leaves an intensely smoky flavour in every sip. The golden liquid recalls the Lannisters’ riches and comes from being exclusively matured in...
Price: $69.99

Lagavulin 11 Year Old "Offerman Edition" Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Produced in partnership with actor Nick Offerman whose character Ron Swanson on the hit TV show Parks and Recreation had a profound fondness for Lagavulin and a rare steak.
Price: $119.99

Light, clean, fresh Bruichladdich whisky at 100 proof, made from entirely Scottish barley. The new Classic Laddie drinks more like the old Rocks expression with its fruity demeanor and profile that was definitely meant for a glass of ice. There's just a hint of phenolic action on the finish with a lovely coating of sweet grains and soft vanilla. Well done!
Price: $49.99

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....

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "A seductive brininess and waves of oily peat-reek greet the olfactory sense. The palate entry finds a surprisingly buttery-creamy leaning along with the peat-reek; at midpalate the flavor becomes concentrated, oily, malty sweet, and only moderately peaty. Ends on a sweet malty note. Builds from stage to stage, each phase being better than the last. *Best Buy* " (06/2006) Wine Spectator: "The first flush is fruity, with cherry and ripe berries, and then the smoke wafts in." (03/2017) Whisky Advocate: "Funny to think how rec...

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: The newest full-time release from Kilchoman distillery, located on Scotl...
Price: $69.99

It's no secret that we're big fans of Kilchoman distillery here at K&L. Our recent visit to the distillery on Islay really opened our eyes to the incredible job they're doing. Kilchoman is a tiny operation. A true farm distillery. But having tasted the new-made spirit right off the still, I can firmly say that, in my opinion, there is no higher quality peated whisky being produced anywhere else. Kilchoman's hands-on style and attention to detail make a world of difference. Every release has been better than the last, albeit extremely limited in supply. T...
Price: $54.99

Ardbeg 10 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $50) (Previously $50)
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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) " 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This Islay single malt has a straw hue and saline, seaweed and peat aromas underpinned by light vanilla and coconut. The palate is distinctly smoky, and has a mouthwatering saline qualit...

93 points Whisky Advocate: "This was distilled in 2012 and matured in 43 red wine casks that had been shaved, toasted, and recharred, hence ‘STR.’ The nose offers rich, creamy, medicinal peat, sea salt, vanilla, and loganberries. Sweet berry notes and caramel on the slick palate, then peat gathers momentum, with cinnamon and tangy citrus fruits. The finish features barbecue smoke, chili, and black pepper. (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: A creation of the late Dr. Jim Swan, STR refers to a specific formula for the "shaving, toasting and re-charring" of casks...
Price: $119.99

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...

Single malt whisky has the unique ability to capture and preserve a snapshot in time. This edition of our Black Art, 07.1, is symbolic of a moment in time that should not be forgotten. Signifying the end of an era, 1994 was the year Bruichladdich was closed for what could have been the last time.
Price: $399.99

This 10th anniversary celebration bottling from Port Askaig highlights one of Islay's most well regarded distilleries. Blended from multiple casks, but retaining its cask strength, this whisky is loaded with sexy smoke, gobs of fruit, and a very pretty nose. One of the easiest drinking cask strength Islay bottlings to hit the market this year.
Price: $99.99

This Small Batch Vatting, exclusively available in the USA, combines ex-bourbon barrel and ex-sherry cask matured Kilchoman at 46% ABV with one one specially selected Port Cask at natural cask strength. The cask influence breakdown is 70% bourbon, 5% sherry, and 25% port. The result is a marriage of citrus and peat smoke notes with layers of red currents, fresh vanilla pods and dark chocolate. Batch No. 1 yielded only 1,260 bottles.
Price: $79.99

Laphroaig 10 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "A veritable aromatic feast of maritime notes: seaweed, iodine, pine needle, matchstick and olive brine. The palate entry is full of mint, Sherry, pork rind, bacon fat, chimney soot and rancio tastes; by midpalate flavors of cocoa, coffee, pipe tobacco, chocolate-covered orange, marzipan and vanilla extract proliferate. Luscious and stupendously good. (PP)" (12/2007) 92 points Whisky Advocate: "This expression offers an uncompromising note of brine-laden peat and iodine, with charcoal and sweeter fruit notes also present. ...

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...

93 points Whisky Advocate: "Initially aged in bourbon barrels before being transferred into quarter casks, and ultimately oloroso sherry butts. The sherry influence adds an additional dimension to the quarter-cask style, hence an oily nose of dates, vanilla, tropical fruits, and bonfire smoke. The palate is drier than might be expected, with Laphroaig iodine, barbecued meats, muted sherry, and peat smoke. The finish comprises dried fruits and lots of oak. (GS, Fall 2018)" K&L Notes: A limited release that was supposedly for European travel retail only! ...

Ardbeg 19 Year "Traigh Bhan" Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Named after Islay’s Traigh Bhan beach, known locally as the Singing Sands, the whisky will be available in limited batches produced on an annual basis. The whisky’s recipe is set to change with each batch, creating subtle differences between future iterations. Each batch of Ardbeg Traigh Bhan will feature a unique code on the carton and bottle, which drinkers can enter into the distillery’s website to find out more about the story of the whisky. Dr Bill Lumsden, Ardbeg’s director of distilling, whisky creation and whisky stocks, said, "A new, permanent ...
Price: $299.99

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...

1997 Laphroaig 21 Year Old "Signatory 30th Anniversary Series"Hogshead Cask Strength Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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Extremely limited quantities of exceptional bottlings were produced to celebrate Signatory's 30th anniversary.
Price: $699.99

The "Secret Islay" from the famous Cooper's Choice brand owned by the Vintage Malt Whisky Co. This is the company that made the Finlaggan brand a thing. It's likely a single vintage Lagavulin for a seemingly affordable price and there's no question that with the success of Diageo's own 8 year Laggie, these casks are in even more demand. The style is big bold smoke, citrus oil, brine and subtle herbs. Medium to full bodied, it definitely doesn't feel like Laphroaig or Ardbeg! Maybe there's a tiny chance it's Caol Ila, but the weight definitely makes us th...
Price: $49.99

From the distillery: "In 2016, Laphroaig 30 Year Old was launched and in 2017 the 27 Year Old Double Matured Laphroaig continues this series. The entire range is presented in white wooden boxes with hand carved images of the distillery inside. To make this exquisite liquid, mature Laphroaig previously aged in refill hogsheads was transferred into first-fill ex-bourbon barrels and refill quarter casks. Patiently aged in Laphroaig’s famous Warehouse No. 1, these casks were then hand selected for a final maturation. This rare whisky features a touch of Lap...
Price: $899.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "Remarkably fresh and fruity on the opening nose, then lively pineapple, mango, and peaches. Ashy woodsmoke lurks behind the fruit. Finally, brine and black pepper. Vibrant orchard fruits on the palate, with barbecue flavors that become peatier and spicier in time. Aniseed, lemon, tobacco, and tangy oak in the lengthy finish. (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: This exceptional Port Askaig bottling is a cask strength single malt from a famous Islay distillery. At its advanced age it is exceptionally pretty, a touch floral, and it stil...
Price: $449.99

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. (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 the ba...

From the producer: "Distilled from Scottish barley in 2013, Octomore 10.1 is the benchmark of the 10s series. Deliberately stripped back to an ex- American oak maturation, aged just 5 years old, the .1 edition exposes the structure and presence of the Octomore spirit. Combining smoke with a modest maturation, this 10.1 first and foremost demonstrates the true potential of a considered, patient distillation."
Price: $169.99

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) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Darkest now has an age statement of 15 years old. This new release is an improvement from the original Darkest, both ...

Valinch & Mallet descend from a long tradition of Italian bottlers of fine single malt and rum. This tradition, one of the first outside of Scotland to truly value the unique and sublime potential that single cask spirits offer, is becoming the norm for highly engaged consumers around the world. The two men who founded the company, Fabrio Ermoli and David Romano, came together from two very different professions over this common passion. This shared belief that selecting a single cask is not a science, but in fact art. It's an expression of one's tastes ...
Price: $149.99

That pure Islay barley flavor--even more so, as it's organically grown! The distillery notes: "The whisky we distill from the organic barley of Mid Coul reflects the complex natural flavours of the landscape. Just as our stillmen refuse to abandon the traditional crafts of distillation in favour of automation or industrialisation, so farmer William Rose rejects the use of herbicides, pesticides and artificial fertilisers. Crop rotation is key. Our barley must take its turn in a seven year farm cycle that also produces organic cattle, sheep, oats, beans,...
Price: $89.99

Port Askaig has pulled out all the stops. This 45 year old single malt is a vatting of 5 sherry butts married for a year before bottling. Its banana and cream notes may give away the distillery in the bottle, but it almost doesn't matter. The chance to drink a 45 year old single malt from Islay is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Price: $1,999.99

Toiteach A Dha (pronounced Toch-ach ah-ghaa, means "smoky two" in Scots Gaelic). It's the beautiful smoked Bunnahabhain Toiteach you already know and love with the addition of a heavier sherry influence and bottled at a slightly higher proof.
Price: $69.99

This six year old whisky uses barley from nearby Rockside Farm (the same source Kilchoman uses for their 100% Islay whiskies) to make an expressive, pure, and dynamic single malt of supreme character. Much like Bruichladdich showcased with their fantastic Bere Barley release a while back, the barley really can make a huge difference when you don't mask the inherent flavor of the whisky with sherry maturation or heavy peat. The aromas of the whisky are full of sweet grains, heady vanilla, and hints of caramel mixed with faint butterscotch. The palate is l...
Price: $59.99

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

91 points Whisky Advocate: "Sweet fruity peat, new leather, cinnamon, and ginger on the nose. Good blend of smoke and sherry on the substantial palate, with peppery red berries, dark chocolate, and peat. The long smoky finish features lively fruit spices. (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: From the producer: "Loch Gorm is our annually released sherry matured limited edition. The loch, murky and peaty in colour, reflects the dark coppery tone of the sherry matured Loch Gorm release, the only release in our range to be fully matured in sherry casks (from filling...