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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, 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 anyw...
Price: $54.99


Owner Inver House Distillers has revamped its Balblair portfolio replacing its vintage releases with age statement versions. The 12 year matures in American oak ex-bourbon and "double-fired" American oak. Bottled at natural color with no chill filtration at 46%
Price: $59.99

Wine Spectator: "Spicy. Scotland's smallest stills make big, warm whiskies like this one, which offers overwhelming warmth. The peaty, nutty nose shows notes of caramel before opening up to licorice and blackberry on the palate, then finishing with bread dough and sharp cheese. Natural color." (02/2011) K&L Notes: God bless Andrew Symington and Iain Henderson for what they have helped to create at Scotland's smallest distillery. It is also the closest to the working 19th-century farm distilleries that used to be found all over central Perthshire. Just ...
Price: $64.99

Whisky Advocate: "Strawberry jam and heather honey on the nose, with subtle woodsmoke, vanilla, and pineapple. Bold tropical fruits on the palate, with toffee, red berries, and more soft woodsmoke. The medium-length finish highlights licorice and drying oak. (Gavin Smith, Fall 2019)"
Price: $84.99

30 Year Old Peated Scotch from a great distillery that floor malts part of their grain on site...No not Laphroaig, BenRiach - and just $500 bucks. An absolute stone cold classic.
Price: $499.99

Exceptionally rich and smooth, Chivas 18 has a velvety, dark chocolate palate with elegant floral notes and a wisp of sweet mellow smokiness. Maybe it's been a while since you tried this blended spirit, but the 18-year old truly is a multi-layered dram with a fruity, spicy, buttery rich character that provides a nice respite from Single Maltdom.
Price: $59.99

BenRiach has revamped their entire lineup for 2020. Under Rachel Barrie's (of Glendronach fame) guiding hand the whiskies are better than ever from this often overlooked distillery. The 10 year is a touch smokier and thicker than the Smoky Twelve. The Ten packs a big punch for those that like a bolder style.
Price: $49.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This silky Highland sipper seems to glide on the palate. Aromatics include vanilla and caramel, with a faint smokiness. This is echoed on the palate, with vanilla leading into butterscotch that’s tinged with a light saline note, turning to peat smoke on the exhale. (KN)" (12/2011)
Price: $49.99


The pride of downtown Edinburgh is now the joy of the K&L gin department. Once contracted from London, today the complete line of Edinburgh gin is distilled either underground at the eponymous Edinburgh Gin Distillery, or at their recently opened second distillery at The Biscuit Factory in the historic port of Leith. Focusing entirely on gin, the company recently merged with Ian Macleod of Tamdhu, Glengoyne, and Chieftain's fame to resurrect Scotland's great distillation traditions. From the producer: "Perthshire is celebrated for producing the most flav...
Price: $27.99

Made with 40% single malt, the Pig's Nose drinks like a really tasty, value-priced single malt. The proportion of grain whisky is almost unnoticeable next to the incredible balance of the Lowland, Speyside, and Islay single malts. We hope to make this a unique, interesting alternative to the big brand blends we don't currently offer. I'd choose this over many single malts, let alone inexpensive blended whiskies. Rich, sherry-aged flavors on the entry that last clear until the finish. Yes, please! (David Driscoll)
Price: $32.99

Whisky Advocate: "Finished in sherry casks. The nose is slightly reticent, with orange peel, instant coffee, and a hint of burning coal. More obvious orange notes on the palate, with milk chocolate and drying oak. Dark chocolate and slightly bitter oak in the medium-length finish. (GS, Summer 2019)" Wine Enthusiast: "This Sherry-aged Highland single malt has a maple syrup color, a caramel aroma and a thick, velvety feel. Expect citrus-tart and butterscotch flavors, with a smoky finish. Add water to mitigate the alcohol burn. (KN)" (12/2011)
Price: $109.99

The newest release from the exceptional and ultra rare Last Drop collection has complex history. It began its life in 1983 and was originally blended into 11 sherry butts where it was left to marry for 9 more years. At 21 Years part of the blend was bottled and the rest was transferred to for a third maturation. The rest of its 24 years were spent in American oak. The resulting whiskey is one of the most complex and powerful blends we've yet to come across. Ultra decadent and complex, but not sappy or overly sweet. Expect a nose of pungent wild honey, ro...
Price: $3,499.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: " Historically used for blending, Tamdhu flies under the radar of many scotch aficionados. But this underappreciated Speyside whisky compares well with more famous sherry bombs by offering a sweet, savory, slightly funky depth. At first sniff, Tamdhu seems like it might knock you out with one blow—but this gentle giant is a lover, not a fighter. Viscous and meaty, this cask-strength stunner reveals dried fruit, dark chocolate ganache, ginger spice, and saline minerality, thundering softly into a long finish. Ian Macleod Distil...
Price: $99.99

95 points Whisky Advocate: "Would you have gambled The Last Drop 1960 liquid in new sherry wood for four more years? The indulgent nose proffers maple syrup, buckwheat honey, roasted spices, blue grapes, pomegranate, raspberry compote, cilantro, pandan leaf, and beefsteak juices soaking into mushroom gills. The complex, lustrous mouthfeel is replete with a sheen of rich maltiness, molasses lashed by sherry before a dry, resinous finish. Water brings an oily nuttiness, then further drops produce a silky, clingy texture. Glorious. Miraculous. Victorious. (...
Price: $3,999.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: "This release from independent bottler The Last Drop has a captivating aroma of dark toffee, cinnamon, Brazil nut, star anise, polished oak, vanilla seed, crème de cassis, and a wisp of smoke that shows more charred stave as time goes on. Peach and baked orange precede an early peak of spice and smoke, then sit back and swim in the soothing mélange of chocolate brownie, Whoppers, stewed apple, vanilla pod, oak, sultana, and plum jam. *Collectibles* (JM, Winter 2019)" K&L Notes: *96 points, Ultimate Spirits Challenge Top 100 of...
Price: $3,799.99

A truly legendary offering from Speyside's finest distillery. 6 generations of Grants have distilled the whisky at Glenfarclas, located in the little valley in Ballindaloch. The distillery has specialized in old vintage whisky since the inception of it's coveted family cask line, but has never released a whisky this old. Drawn from a single cask distilled in 1953 and bottled in a hand made crystal decanter, this is easily one of the world's great single malts. Bottled back in 2014, this cask yielded only 350 bottles for the world.
Price: $20,000.00


*Special Order Only* *Based on availability from distribution* Jim Murray’s tasting notes... Cask No.16203: “Fruit toffee ensures there is a surprising creamy softness (...) The hallmarks of antiquity are here, they just happen to be without aggression or tiredness. Layers of vanilla and the lightest liquorice without taking away from the short burst of juicy barley which arrives about a third of the way in. Brilliant.” 95.5 points
Price: $5,999.99

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