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Aberlour A’bunadh

A’bunadh (a-boon-akh) means “origin” in gaelic. The whisky is created the same way as in the 18th century with selected Oloroso sherry casks. The are non-chill filtered and there is not adjustment with water so every batch have different volume …

Dalwhinnie 15 Years

Strikingly clean flavours. Salt and malt in the nose. Clear Highland malt character with subtle peatiness. Aromatic. Delicately spicy. Unshakeable grass- and grain-type vegetative associations: cut grass, wheat, fields of grain. Refreshing.

A good introduction to the delights of single …

Greenore 8 Years

A gold medal-winner at the International Wine & Spirits Competition, this unique concoction is a 100% Single Grain Irish whiskey, with no malt content at all.

Sweet, appetising and organic nose. Sweet with vanilla, dried banana chips, and coconut oil.

Lagavulin 16 Years

Lagavulin takes its water from the Solum Lochs, contributing some of the whisky’s peatiness. Malt peated with 35ppm of phenolic flavour compounds passes this flavour into the spirit. The malt is ground, washed several times with hot water which is …

Macallan 12 Years

One of the most selling and popular bottle for Macallan. The whisky is blended from more than 50 different Macallan casks, most are Spanish sherry casks fist fills. Some of the casks are older than 12 years.…