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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....
Price: $99.99

1995 Caperdonich 24 Year Old "Chieftain's" K&L Exclusive Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Unchill-filtered Speyside Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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The enigmatic Caperdonich Distillery is extremely rare. Built in 1897 and named "Glen Grant #2," Caperdonich by J. & J. Grant in the town of Rothes. Only 5 short years later, the Pattison whisky crisis shuttered the gleaming new distillery. It lay dormant for 60 more years before Glenlivet rebuilt it and resumed production. The name Caperdonich, meaning "secret well," was adopted due to new regulation prohibiting multiple distilleries from sharing the same name. It was purchased again in 1977 by Seagrams, who sold it to Pernod Ricard in 2001. Pernod ulti...
Price: $399.99

1995 Allt-a-Bhain 23 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Hogshead Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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A workhorse distillery in Speyside, Allt-a-Bahine was originally built in 1975 to produce a light and fruity malt for Seagram's blending purposes. In 2001 the distillery was aquired by Pernod Ricard and folded into the Chivas portfolio. Mothballed for a time in the early 2000's after the sale, the distillery has been operating at full capacity since 2005 as we've seen everything about Scotch boom. Distilled in 1995 this cask comes from the era when Seagrams was operating at the top of their game as the largest beverage company in the world, shortly befor...
Price: $119.99

1997 Benriach 21 Year Old "Chieftain's" K&L Exclusive Single Rum Barrel Finish Cask Strength Unchill-filtered Speyside Single Malt Whisky (750ml)
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We once could bottle wonderful casks of BenRiach distillery direct at extremely reasonable prices with no trouble. This unusual distillery has always been a favorite of ours, filled with experiments left over from their corporate past and their adventurous new owners. One of the few Speysides to still boast a malt floor and it was always exciting to see the unusual experiments that were hiding in the old warehouses at BenRiach. But at some point in the last 5 years, the prices climbed into the stratosphere and when the distillery sold to Brown Forman, ou...
Price: $169.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This amber-hued whisky offers caramel, oak and a hint of black cherry on the nose and mouth. The drying palate leads with black cherry and creamy honey, finishing taut, with leather, cigar wrapper, dark chocolate and clove heat. (KN)" (12/2017) K&L Notes: The excelllent Benromach 15 year was added to the core line in 2015. It's one of the best values for old Speyside on the market today. Designed to capture the old style of Speyside using both ex-bourbon and sherry casks, the Benromach 15 year offers something for every malt...

2003 Benrinnes 15 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Hogshead Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Benrinnes has become a staple on our shelves for the last several years. This isn't simply because Benrinnes is available, but because the whiskies we taste from this lovely little facility are delicious. And while it's true that its available relatively frequently, we're picky about which casks come home with us. Benrinnes is unique for several reasons. Firstly, between 1974 and 2007, the distillery conducted an unusual semi-triple pot distillation whereby the feints from the wash still, weaker spirits still and low wine still are included in the low wi...
Price: $74.99

Macallan "Edition No. 5" Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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As reported in The Spirits Business: "The Macallan Edition No.5 is described as a 'homage to the diversity and complexity of natural colour.' The whisky has been aged exclusively in American oak casks, offering 'sweet notes of caramel and fresh fruit combined with oak spices.' It follows the launch of four previous expressions in the Edition range, which 'explores the unique elements' of The Macallan. … Pantone Color Institute created an exclusive colour for The Macallan Edition No.5 – an 'intricate combination' of red and blue." (09/2019)
Price: $129.99


The ninth (and final?) release in Diageo's Game of Thrones Collection, Six Kingdoms, is a 15-year-old Mortlach single malt, matured in a combination of first-fill oloroso sherry and ex-bourbon casks. With an Independent North, Westeros is down to just Six Kingdoms, but any excuse for more great whisky is fine with us. The Beast of Dufftown has had a resurgence of late with Diageo placing a focus on the incredible malts that have historically just been for Johnnie Walker blends. Complete your collection of the Game of Thrones whiskies.
Price: $149.99

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 ...

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This copper-hued whiskey offers concentrated caramel, pecan pie and oak aromas. The palate is oaky and drying, not as luscious as the aroma suggests, showing vanilla and spice, plus hints of baked apple and cocoa. Adding water brings out more nutty flavor and a whiff of smoke. (KN)" (12/2017) Whisky Advocate: "The first 10 year old release containing whisky produced entirely by the new owners. I love the interplay here between the malt, sherry, and smoke, with all getting a chance to shine. A rich vanilla-tinged malty founda...

96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fresh apple and pear aromas intertwine with a faint butterscotch richness. The silky palate is light, fresh and lively, opening with orchard fruit and fading to hints of violet, honey and smoke, plus white pepper and a ginger tingle. (KN)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: Jim Murray 97 points! When one of the most influential whisky publications in the world routinely lavishes top accolades on a whisky it is hard to not take notice. Jim Murray's Whiskey Bible is in its 16th edition with the 2019 version and yet again Glen Grant's 18 ye...
Price: $129.99

GlenAllachie 12 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Whisky Advocate: "This expression is described by the distillers as 'the heart of our range.' Matured in virgin oak, Pedro Ximénez, and oloroso casks. Oily on the nose, with ripe banana and a hint of oak. Quite full-bodied and slick on the palate, with vanilla, honey, and almonds. Milk chocolate and lime in the medium-length finish. (GS, Winter 2018)" K&L Notes: The GlenAllachie Distillery was built in 1967 outside of Aberlour. It quietly produced fine single malt without much fanfare until it's closure by Invergordon Distillers in 1987. Eventually, the...
Price: $54.99

The newest addition to the A'Bunadh family - The Alba is here. Alba is a double entendre referring to both Quercus Alba - the scientific name for American oak, and a term for Scotland itself roughly trasnlated as "The Scottish Original". As the name implies, this expression of A'Bunadh is aged in American oak giving a distinctly different feel from its heavily sherried brethren. While the spirit itself is responsible for many of the sweet and fruity notes familiar in the sherried expressions, the body and color of this dram is wildly different and more v...
Price: $79.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Had the Dufftown/Speyside Towiemore Distillery not closed in 1931, this is Lost Distillery's take on what the whiskey might taste like today, part of a series. This blended Scotch has a copper penny hue and an aroma that intertwines light peat smoke with baked pear and tea. The palate shows cocoa, peat smoke, cigar wrapper and tea, finishing with clove sparks in a long, warm, smoky and chocolaty finish. *Best Buy* (KN)" (12/2016) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Built between Keith and Dufftown in 1898, but closed at the start of...

Macallan "Estate" Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Delectable notes of oloroso Sherry, dried date, dried fig, caramel and toffee lead the nose. The palate opens with a roar of flavor—leather, dried date, cocoa powder and toffee. The finish is long and gentle with hints of honey, gingerbread and dried cherry, plus a cinnamon and cayenne tickle. A delicious and complex sipper. (KN)" (12/2019) Whisky Advocate: "Distilled with a portion of barley grown on the distillery’s Easter Elchies estate. The nose detects quite intense sherry, plus black forest cake, then warm leather and ...
Price: $249.99

Mortlach 20 Year Old "Cowie's Blue Seal" Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (ships like a 1.5L bottle due to shape)
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Whisky Advocate: "Named in honor of the family that owned Mortlach for many years, this was matured in sherry wood, like its 16 year old sibling. Milk chocolate, nuts, and coffee on the nose, with developing meaty aromas. Soft and slightly waxy on the palate, with almonds, apricots, and allspice. Milk chocolate and spicy orange in the finish. (JS, Winter 2018) " K&L Notes: The elegant older sibling of the two younger bottlings, this wonderful old expression of the special Dufftown distillery is aged exclusively in sherry butts. Deep and complex with ton...
Price: $199.99

Macallan's new Rare Cask uses handpicked first-fill sherry casks from the top 1% of barrels currently aging at the distillery. The result is a richer, darker, more chocolaty version of Macallan with a thicker profile and a complex palate of raisins, sultana, orange peel, and ginger. With the current market craze for first-fill sherry whisky, à la Aberlour, A'Bunadh and Glendronach, the Rare Cask represents an aggressive and more modern approach from the typically conservative Macallan. This is a bold, chewy, full-bodied single malt that showcases the dee...
Price: $269.99

Whisky Advocate: "The youngest of the 2018 Mortlach trio, this is named after the distillery’s famous small spirit still. Maturation has taken place in sherry and bourbon casks. Baked apricots and ginger on the nose, with black pepper, lots of milk chocolate, and an herbal note. The palate is mildly savory, with more milk chocolate, vanilla, orchard fruits, and cinnamon. Lingering chocolate ginger in the finish. (GS, winter 2018)" K&L Notes: Finally, a proper distillery bottling of Mortlach. Named for the unusually small 6th still that helps creates Mor...
Price: $49.99

Here you get a delicious whisky from Speyside Distillery, Scotland. It was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2018, and is 22 years old. It has been aged on a Sherry Hogshead cask with the number 18-2202. There are only 124 bottles of this bottling. The whisky has been bottled at 54.8% alcohol. This whisky has an incredibly nice and dark color from the sherry. Lost Drams Collection is specially selected single casks that are stored between 20-30 years. Whiskey from a bygone era - lost drams.
Price: $179.99

Macallan Classic Cut "2018 Limited Edition" Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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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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91 points Whisky Advocate: "One of the finest Balvenie 15 year olds that I’ve tasted. The flavors are clean, well defined, confident, and beautifully balanced. Full malty foundation (with some ripe barley thrown in). Soft, creamy vanilla, honeycomb, bright fruit (orange, nectarine, lemon peel, hints of pineapple), with emerging dried vanilla, coconut, oak resin, and subtle anise. Polished oak finish. It doesn’t have the depth that the classic older Balvenies have shown in the past, but what it does have, it has in spades. Quite splendid!" (03/2010) 90 ...

Whisky Advocate: "A new small-batch addition to the Aberlour line-up, Casg Annamh (Gaelic for ‘rare cask’) has been matured in European and American oak oloroso sherry casks. Rich, buttery caramel aromas, grilled pineapple, and ginger. The palate is smooth, and yields spicy vanilla, tangerines, and cloves. Lots of black pepper and licorice in the relatively long finish. Less complex than the distillery’s A’bunadh. (GS, Winter 2018)" K&L Notes: The newest release from Aberlour, Casg Annamh, or "rare cask" in Gaelic, is an expression of balance that remai...
Price: $59.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This sherry cask-finished Scotch offers creamy vanilla and crème brûlée, plus a mouthwatering citrus astringency on the midpalate and baking spice finish. Adding water pulls it all together, blending together lemon cream, almond and a gently spiced exhale. (KN)" (12/2017) Whisky Advocate: "A limited edition bottling to commemorate the great David Stewart’s 50th year in the business and, as befits this quiet man, here’s a release that rewards just sitting and listening. This gives more of a nod to Cognac than Speyside; someth...
Price: $125.99

90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bouquet is austere and leathery with curious aromas of beeswax, vegetable oil and oaky resin. Palate entry is focused on the resin; midpalate is splendidly multilayered and offers elements of black pepper, dried orange blossom, honeysuckle, dried fruit, sage, fennel and confections. Aftertaste is deep and unabashedly sweet and honeyed. *Superb, Highly Recommended*" (12/2009) Whisky Advocate: "Both bourbon and sherry casks were used for aging. Stewed fruits, butterscotch, and soft spices on the nose. Silky palate deliv...

Balvenie "Port Wood" 21 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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94 points Wine Enthusiast: "A port cask finish gives this Scotch a copper penny hue. The aroma suggests baked apple, while the palate has a chewy, concentrated vanilla-oak profile, leading to walnut, leather and espresso. The rounded finish sings with sherry and spice. Adding water coaxes out baked apple sweetness and dials back the oak. (KN)" (12/2017) 91 points Whisky Advocate: "This is the ultimate PortWood expression from Balvenie and has been finished in 30-year-old port pipes. A more vibrant and textured Travel Retail variant is non-chill filtere...

Clan Denny Craigellachie 10 Year Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml) (Previously $45) (Previously $45)
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Clan Denny proudly holds specialist, rare and aged single malt and single grain Scotch whiskies. Bottled as the distiller intended, without coloring or chill filtration, affording the whisky a rich, oily quality. A Douglas Laing bottling of 10 year old single malt from the Craigellachie distillery, released as part of the Clan Denny series. Only 382 bottles were made. "Craigellachie" and "Clan Denny" sound kind of similar, so we hope that influenced the decision to release this whisky under this bottling range.
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The Whisky Archives independent bottler grew out of one of the internet age's most unique phenomenon. In 2007 Menno Bijmolt created an online database to catalog and document his collection. Apparently, the rest of the Scotch drinking world liked the idea and today Whiskybase.com boasts a list of over 120k unique whiskies in the database. The team opened their Whisky Shop and Independent bottling line in 2011 and have bottled over 120 casks since then. Only the best casks and barrels can carry the Archives label—single cask whiskies, bottled at cask stre...
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The Balmenach Distillery is one of Speyside's oldest. Originally licensed to James McGregor in 1824, it was likely running illicitly for years before. The distillery sits hidden behind Lethendry Hill on the banks of the river Spey outside the town of Cromdale. The distillery changed hands many times over the last two centuries and was mothballed on occasion as well. In 1997, the distillery was sold to current owners, Inver House, who also sell the Balblair, Old Pultney, Knockdhu, and Speyburn whiskies. All of those brands have taken center stage over the...
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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 ...

Balvenie 12 Year Old Single Barrel Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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As Balvenie continues its trajectory toward Glenfiddich/Glenlivet/Macallan status, competing with Glenmorangie for a spot in the Final Four, their quality remains steadfast. Any Balvenie fan would eat this single barrel up – big time. It is decadent, mouthwatering stuff. A first-fill ex-Bourbon barrel malt that oozes fat vanilla, tropical fruit sweetness, and spice on the finish, further emboldened by a 47.8% alcohol content. It's pricier than the Doublewood, but it's single barrel hooch and it's a higher proof.
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90 points Whisky Advocate: "Light amber. The initial impression is one of bulk. There are heavy florals — think lilies and stewed white fruit, and just-overripe banana — but this is given a mysterious extra heft by an underpinning of a light meatiness, accompanied by a tiny lift of (good) sulfur. The palate is, unsurprisingly, thick and creamy with huge fruit that fills the mouth. A highly physical, old-style Speyside dram with classic distillery character. A statement whisky that is a must-try. (DB, Winter 2014)" K&L Notes: Finally, the new release fro...

This distillery direct cask is exclusive to the CA market. The 1st fill sherry butt yielded just 516 bottles at 58.3%ABV. Bottled without chill filtration, this is a unique opportunity to own an Aberlour classic. All of the barley was sourced from within 15 miles of the distillery and produced with their uniquely soft water from the Birkenbush spring. From the distillery: Nose: Rich, fruity aromas of ripe oranges and raspberry jam. Syrupy plums balanced with warming spicy ginger. Palate: Round and complex. A citrus burst of mandarin and orange marmalade ...
Price: $279.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "Molasses, orange peel, and prickly oak spices on the nose; herbal, oily green notes develop. Finally, more overt sherry. The palate is supple, with sweet sherry and icing sugar notes, plus Turkish Delight, fruitcake, and toffee. Ultimately, cinnamon and dark chocolate. Cloves, more dark chocolate, and mouth-drying oak in the long finish. (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: From the producer: "From your first sip of our new 15-year-old expression, you’ll fully appreciate that time maturing exclusively in the finest sherry oak casks. Y...
Price: $109.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Silky and downright succulent, this Scotch is made with two types of oak casks—as the DoubleWood name suggests—but it’s really all about the influence of the ex-Sherry cask. Aromas suggest golden raisins and dried apricots. The silky palate starts out moderately smoky, but glides into a richer, honeyed, nutty profile that finishes with cocoa and clove accents. (KN)" (12/2015) Whisky Advocate: "This ever-popular expression of Balvenie is matured for roughly 12 years in ex-bourbon casks and finished for 9 months in Spanish oak...

Whisky Advocate: " Representing House Targaryen, this features its three-headed dragon on the label. Malt and honey on the subtle nose, with a hint of cinnamon. Medium-bodied, with milk chocolate, caramel, and youthful oak. Jaffa orange and gentle spice in the relatively short, spiky finish. (GS, Spring 2019)" K&L Notes: 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 is based on the novel series, A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin. In Westeros,...
Price: $39.99

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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Whisky Advocate: "This is the first batch of the only cask-strength bottling in the lineup and was matured in a combination of American oak, Pedro Ximénez, oloroso, and virgin oak casks. The nose offers gingersnap, melon, and cocoa powder, becoming floral in time. Bright fresh fruits on the palate, notably apricot and mango, with honey. Drying slowly, with a sprinkling of black pepper. (GS, winter 2018)"
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Sip or mix this single malt, aged in American and European ex-sherry barrels. Mellow honey and smooth, nutty flavors taper off into a long fade that shows vanilla, citrus, sweet spices and a hint of cocoa. (KN)" (12/2017) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Two oaks are better than one in this single malt, which marries whiskies matured in sherry-seasoned casks of both American and European oak. The sherry imparts aromas of raisins, figs, hazelnuts, blanched almonds, candied orange peel, and leather. A backbone of vanilla sweetness ...

Notes from the distillery: "Pour yourself a dram of our 12-year-old expression and you’ll appreciate why we mature our spirit entirely in the finest sherry oak casks. The luxury box reveals the stylish bottle, allowing the natural amber spirit to shine from within. You’ll taste the intense richness on the palate and enjoy the deep, long finish it delivers. So sit back and savour."
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2003 Balvenie "Peat Week" 14 Year Old Vintage Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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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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Orphan Barrel 26 Year Old "Forager's Keep" Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml (ships as 1.5L) (Previously $450) (Previously $450)
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The first single malt Scotch in the Orphan Barrel program. Distilled at Pittyvaich Distillery in Speyside. Closed in 1993, the Pittyvaich Distillery only produced for 18 years before its closure, making it one of the rarest malts on earth.
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Aged in oak and former Sherry casks, this enticing Scotch has a ripe red-apple scent and rich salted caramel and butterscotch on the palate. It’s powerful, with a thick, buttery feel and a long finish of lip-smacking spice cake and sea brine notes. (KN)" (12/2015) Whisky Advocate: "Somehow this 12 year old—a mix of sherry and American oak—is overlooked by malt lovers heading straight to the mental world of a’Bunadh. This is Aberlour at a crucial point in its growth: you’ve lost the maltiness of the 10 year old, but there’s n...


The first single malt Scotch in the Orphan Barrel program. Distilled at Pittyvaich Distillery in Speyside. Closed in 1993, the Pittyvaich Distillery only produced for 18 years before its closure, making it one of the rarest malts on earth.
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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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The ultimate in luxury Scotch whisky, Macallan M is the apex of the storied distillery's line. From the luxury lifestyle magazine Robb Report: "The rich amber-brown of the Macallan M single-malt whisky—a special iteration of the Macallan contained in a hand-blown 750 mL Lalique crystal decanter—is noticeably deeper and darker than even the Scotch maker’s iconic 25-year-old whisky. Yet there is no age statement on this bottle, for the spirit is composed of whisky from seven casks selected by the Macallan’s master whisky maker, Bob Dalgarno, after more tha...
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The Glenlivet has just released extremely limited quanitites of excpetional single casks that offer an experience unlike any other. Cask #58022 yielded just 528 bottles and was bottled at cask strength without color or chill filtration. From The Producer: Nose: Sweet damson plums and poached pears in licorice root syrup, rounded off by a burst of fresh citrus and cinnamon. Flavor: A medley of warming ginger spice and dried fruit flavors balanced with rich treacle toffee, sweet marziplan, enhanced by a gentle hint of dark chocolate with lively lemon peel....
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About this producer: "An old adage states that 'Rome was built on seven hills, but Dufftown stands on seven stills.' Dufftown is one of the pre-eminent Whisky towns in Speyside and the eponymous distillery lies on the outskirts near to the ancient Mortlach church."
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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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