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2007 Glenlivet 12 Year Old "Signatory Unchillfiltered Collection" 1st Fill Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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For those who've been paying attention for the last decade or so, you'll know that we've had some pretty incredible success with Signatory. Likely the most requested and reminisced about product from them was a series of heavily sherried Glenlivets we bottled nearly four years ago. Those stupendous casks from this blue chip distillery were really quite rare, and have become legends. But the quality of those incredible offerings and their scarcity resulted in an absolute explosion in their price. What we once stocked for under $100, now were pushing $300....
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "With worm tubs and a fiendishly complex partial-triple distillation, Mortlach has adhered to an old style of making whisky — and older, richer, darker flavors. Big and bold, it is at its best in ex-sherry casks. The nose is meaty (think gravy/beef stock) with fig, raisin, and molasses. In the mouth it’s concentrated, with good grip and a savory sweetness. A cult malt. (DB, Fall 2011)" K&L Notes: The excellent new 16 Year Old bottled by the Mortlach distillery is a truly welcome expression from "The Beast of Dufftown." The 16 ...

This fabulous recreation of one of Scotland's closed distilleries is sourced from the unusual and rare Benrinnes Distillery in Speyside. The Morrisons of A.D. Rattray compared samples from the original Stronachie Distillery, distilled in 1904, to the Highland and Speyside's finest malts until the located a stylistic match. The 18 year is bottled in small batches, using both bourbon hogshead and sherry butts. Benrinnes, sometimes compared to Mortlach, has a very earthy almost herbal side. Truly a great value from A.D. Rattray now discontinued.
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91 points Whisky Advocate: "Aromas of newsprint, damp foliage, and wood spice dominate on the nose. Confident, almost fizzy sherry notes on the full palate, with sultanas, figs, and fruit spices. It becomes progressively more citric. The lengthy finish produces dark chocolate dipped in chili sauce. A sherry-soaked dram. (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: This is the fourth edition of Tamdhu's Batch Strength single malt. A sherried treat, this is matured exclusively in European and American oak Oloroso casks and then bottled at a healthy 57.8% ABV. It's a rich ...

93 points Whisky Advocate: "The yin to Aberlour A’bunadh’s yang, this cask-strength single malt is matured entirely in bourbon casks rather than sherry. The result is a bracingly pure whisky with deceptive simplicity; its flavors are clean and its structure precise, but it’s far from boring. The nose recalls black-and-white cookies, vanilla-frosted yellow cake, and shortbread with caramel topping, along with honeysuckle, jasmine, and coconut cream. Mouth-coating and full, it has flavors of poached pear, malt balls, nougat, lemon curd, toasted coconut, an...


This limited edition Macallan harkens back to an older and much lauded regular release, The Macallan Cask Strength. Adopting the royal crimson colored label - a color made famous by its predecessor - is a warning of the impending intensity of this exceptional Highland Single malt whisky. The Macallan Classic Cut is aged exclusively in sherry seasoned oak from Jerez and bottled without the addition of any water prior to bottling. This preserves the extraordinary character of this most exalted of Highland malts. The higher proof adds texture and depth, hig...
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Whisky Advocate: "This expression dates from 2002, when Balvenie first produced a batch of heavily peated malt. Matured in American oak casks, the nose exhibits subtle peat balanced by honey, vanilla, and ripe red apples. On the palate, the soft smoke is well integrated with vanilla, more honey, ginger, and overripe pears. Ashy peat, citrus fruits, cinnamon, and tangy oak in the finish. An elegant peated whisky. (GS, Winter 2017)" K&L Notes: Another cracking smoky whisky from the newly beloved Peat Week series by The Balvenie. For one week every year, T...
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This wonderful cask of Glen Keith was selected by our friend Doug McIvor for its exceptional balance and character. The distillery in Keith has been rare in modern times due to its closure from 2000 until 2013. While it served as a partner to neighboring Strathisla as one of the component malts in the Chivas Blend, it was also the site of much experimentation and some unusual production techniques. There they developed unique yeast strains and alternative ways of peating whisky--namely the use of extremely peaty water to ferment the mash. Keith has long ...
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From the bottler: "Aultmore have been producing whisky in the Speyside region since the late 1800s, and their expressions impress us on a regular basis. However, despite their hundred-year-long history, there's hasn't really been a big, juicy story about Aultmore for us to turn into a label. So, what happened instead was we made the label be a shark going toe-to-toe with a velociraptor (or should that be fin-to-weird-scaly-claw?) on a cargo ship. We reckon we made a pretty good choice."
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