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  1. Ancnoc 12 Year Old - Highland Single Malt Whisky Drink

    AnCnoc 12 Year Old - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    £34.00

    £34.00

    AnCnoc (pronounced "a-nock") is an award winning malt, made with traditional methods, but very modern in style. On the nose it's soft and aromatic with hints of honey and lemon in the foreground. On the palate it's initially sweet with and appetising fruitiness and a long smooth finish.

  2. Ancnoc Cutter Highland Single Malt Whisky 70cl

    AnCnoc Cutter - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £50.00

    Was £55.00

    £50.00

    This whisky takes its name from the hand tool used to cut peat from less wet, shallower bogs. This means the peat it reveals is drier and therefore more easily burnt producing a whisky that has a medium-heavy smokiness. Pale yellow in appearance, the nose has an initially thick and oily smoke structure, reveals a sharper, more medicinal phenolic layer, a piercing burst of fruitiness and an intense finish. The nose is intense and unforgettable. On the palate, leather and spicy vanilla abound, together with notes of pink grapefruit and ripe orchard fruits. A kaleidoscope of spicy and peaty notes culminate with a juicy burst and call for another sip.

  3. Ancnoc Rascan - Highland Whisky - 70cl

    AnCnoc Rascan - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £48.00

    Was £53.00

    £48.00

    Many twists and turns of innovation over the years have given way to a new limited edition of malts. 'The Rascan' is part of their Peaty Range and is named after the Rascan Spade which is used for breaking up turf to get to the peat underneath. The resulting whisky has a sweet, pleasant smokiness, with a palate that exudes rich yet gentle peat-iness, golden honey, toffee and gentle vanilla spice.

  4. Bell's Blended Scotch Whisky 1 Litre

    Bell's - Blended Scotch Whisky - 1 Litre

    Now £20.00

    Was £23.00

    £20.00

    Bell's has a history dating back to 1825 and a strong claim to be Britain's most popular whisky. The unique flavour of Bell's comes from some of the finest malt whiskies in Scotland - from the fresh, sweet malts of Speyside to the smoky sea salt of the Islands - all matured in selected oak casks for a richer flavour. The malt at the heart of the Bell's blend is rich, spiced and nutty, reminiscent like ginger cake, and comes from Bell's home, the Blair Athol distillery.

  5. Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old - Islay Single Malt Whisky

    Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old - Islay Single Malt Whisky

    Now £49.00

    Was £52.00

    £49.00

    Pronounced "boona-havn" and located down a single track road at the North-Eastern tip of Islay, Bunnahabhain distillery enjoys spectacular views. Called "the gentle heart of Islay", they use unpeated barley and their water rises through limestone and is piped in to ensure no peat character is picked up along the way. Fresh with a hint of sea spray, the palate is soft and sweet with a surprising maltiness. Unchillfiltered to maintain richness and purity of flavour.

  6. Bunnahabhain Stiureadair Islay Single Malt Whisky

    Bunnahabhain Stiureadair Islay Single Malt Whisky

    Now £37.50

    Was £42.50

    £37.50

    Bunnahabhain's welcoming taste comes namely from our choice of location. In this particular spot, the whisky benefits from the breath of the bold sea on one side and on the other, the pure spring water of the underground Margadale River. The whisky is matured in first and second filled sherry casks giving intense notes of dried fruit, creamy caramel, hints of brine, vanilla nuts and a touch of smoky spice.

  7. Cardhu Gold Reserve Whisky 70cl

    Cardhu Gold Reserve Single Malt Whisky

    Now £37.00

    Was £42.00

    £37.00

    Cardhu are well known for their easy-drinking, sweeter styles of whisky and their Gold Reserve Single Malt is no exception to this. Aged in hand selected toasted oak casks, the whisky offers something different to their classic 12 year old with a fruiter nose of honey, stone fruits, toffees and red apples. The rich, surprisingly dry palate has warming flavours of oak, hints of cinnamon and toffee follows through from the aromas with a subtle smokiness throughout.

  8. Copper Dog Speyside Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

    Copper Dog Speyside Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

    Now £27.00

    Was £30.00

    £27.00

    Copper Dog sounds like it could well be a superhero, taking down people who spell whisky with an 'e' through a mixture of biting and oxidatively turning their skin green. Yet, in actuality Copper Dog is not really one super hero but many, just like the Avengers... or the Power Rangers if you're from the 80's. On their own, the 8 whiskies that make up Copper Dog possess strength and virtue but when united, they combine to deliver a righteous nose of pear and dried apple, easing into classic Speyside notes of honeyed cereals.

  9. Deanston 12 Year Old Whisky

    Deanston 12 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Now £43.00

    Was £48.00

    £43.00

    A new, relaunched 12 year old, bottled at a slightly higher ABV than its predecessor. This removed the need for chill-filtration allowing it to retain most of its original charm. It is rich with zesty orange and light cereal aromas before a soft, nutty camarel on the palate with hints of salinity. Soft and abrupt to finish.

  10. Four Roses Small Batch Whisky

    Four Roses Small Batch Bourbon Whiskey

    Now £29.00

    Was £32.00

    £29.00

    Four Roses is the only Bourbon Distillery that combines 5 proprietary yeast strains with two separate mashbills to produce 10 distinct Bourbon Recipes.

    The whisky is a combination of rich spicy flavours, with sweet fruity aromas and hints of sweet oak and caramel. The palate is creamy leading to a soft, well balanced sweet finish.

  11. Glengoyne 10 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Glengoyne 10 Year Old - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £30.00

    Was £34.00

    £30.00

    Glengoyne is distilled slower than any other single malt Scotch whisky making it a soft, subtle and complex dram. Malts are air dried so you'll find no peat here, just a delicate balance of smooth barley, baked apples and oaky spice. In his Whisky Bible 2008 Jim Murray says "Seriously chewy and textbook bittersweet balance. Incredibly long and defined for such a light malt. A little beauty. 90 points."

  12. Haig Club Clubman Whisky 70cl

    Haig Club Clubman Whisky

    Now £19.00

    Was £22.00

    £19.00

    Light, sweet, vibrant and matured in ex-bourbon American Oak casks, it's a whisky like no other. A more mainstream line from the Haig Club brand. This whisky is rich with vanilla and caramel notes.

  13. Ledaig 10 Year Old - Island Single Malt Whisky 700ml

    Ledaig 10 Year Old - Island Single Malt Whisky

    Now £45.00

    Was £50.00

    £45.00

    Handcrafted at the Tobermory Distillery on the Isle of Mull, this is light but complex with citrus, charcoal smoke, wax polish, sea spray, mint chocolate, pepper and floral notes. This is a peated whisky that gives Islay a run for its money.

  14. Old Pulteney Navigator Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Old Pulteney 'Navigator' - Highland Single Malt Whisky

    Now £39.00

    Was £44.00

    £39.00

    The Navigator is a limited edition whisky and travelled in the 'Old Pulteney' Clipper, which departed from London's Tower Bridge on September 1, for the Old Pulteney-sponsored Round the World Race. The Navigator is matured in a mix of ex sherry and bourbon casks. Honeycomb coloured, with a full-bodied taste and bursts of honey, cocoa and oranges, the malt's long-lasting, spicy finish delivers faint notes of the salty fresh air of the North Sea.

  15. Old Pulteney Clipper Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl

    Old Pulteney Clipper - Single Malt Whisky

    Now £50.00

    Was £55.00

    £50.00

    The Pulteney Distillery was established in 1826 in the heart of 'Pulteneytown', the town created to house fishermen during Wick's herring boom. The Navigator is a limited edition whisky and travelled in the 'Old Pulteney' Clipper, which departed from London's Tower Bridge on September 1, for the Old Pulteney-sponsored Round the World Race. The Navigator is matured in a mix of ex sherry and bourbon casks. Honeycomb coloured, with a full-bodied taste and bursts of honey, cocoa and oranges, the malt's long-lasting, spicy finish delivers faint notes of the salty fresh air of the North Sea.

  16. Port Askaig 8 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Port Askaig 8 Year Old Single Malt Whisky

    Now £41.00

    Was £46.50

    £41.00

    Although every distillery on Islay has its own character, London-based Specialty Drinks has selected parcels of what it believes to be the most balanced single malt whisky on the island to bottle as Port Askaig. Named after the first port of call for visitors to the island as they come across on the mainland ferry. Although Islay's signature smokey, maritime character is present in Port Askaig 8 year, there is also a fruity and citrus character captured. As with all independent bottlings produced by Specialty Drinks, Port Askaig is non-chill-filtered and is free of added colour.

  17. Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry Oloroso

    Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry Oloroso

    Now £55.00

    Was £60.00

    £55.00

    Opposites attract, as they say, and in the case of Tomatin and Oloroso this couldn't be more true. In a classic tale of Whisky meets Sherry, Tomatins life is changed for the better when it's introduced to the elegant and gentle character of Oloroso.

    Having lived a rough and rugged youth, Tomatin is influenced heavily by Oloroso's age and wisdom, transforming it in to a silky-smooth dram with sweet aromas, slightly bitter flavours and a dry finish.

  18. Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry PX

    Tomatin Whisky Meets Sherry PX

    Now £52.00

    Was £57.00

    £52.00

    Tom's simple life in hogshead was thrown into turmoil when the famous Spanish wonder Pedro Ximenez appeared at the distillery. Their chance encounter bloomed into a full-blown love affair as their radically different lifestyles drew closer and closer together.

    In awe of Pedro, Tom looked deep into his glossy bottle and said "I'm just a whisky, standing in front of a sherry, asking it to share its flavours."

    The pair put their differences aside and went on to live a long and harmonious life together, gorging on all the figs, raisins, apricots and plums they could find. It's all rather sweet, really.

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