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Limited Edition Bottling Design: Classic Johnnie Walker Blue Blended Whisky, but with a touch of San Francisco. Package and bottle have the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and Trans America building.
A honey-colored whisky with a spicy, smoky fragrance. The first sip is surprisingly sweet and honeyed, then the smoke gently creeps in like fog at dawn, softly surrounding the edges of the tongue. 95 Points Wine Enthusiast
Johnnie Walker Blue Label is incomparably rich and smoky, with velvety smooth breaking waves of powerful flavor.
The Macallan Double Cask 12yr old is aged 100% Sherry seasoned American oak casks. That may seem confusing. It is. Picture an American oak barrel that they put Sherry wine into to season with flavor before aging the whisky. A touch less sweet than the regular Macallan 12yr, this whisky is loaded with sweet candied orange peels, ginger, raisins and a boat load of goodness.
Color: Light mahogany
Nose: Dried fruits and ginger, with a hint of citrus, vanilla and cinnamon
Palate: Rich dried fruits with spice, clove, orange and wood smoke
Finish: Full and lingering with dried fruits and sweet toffee, ginger and a hint of wood smoke
Limited Edition – 750mL
Decadent and playful on the nose, you will find notes of sherry wine, dark berries and the fragrant sweetness of traditional sweet shops.
On the palate there is juicy red fruit, a dark brown sugar richness, the trademark Spice Tree ginger and clove spice character and an endlessly long, spicy, substantial finish.
From Compass Box:
As the name suggests, the liquid draws its inspiration from our Signature Range classic, The Spice Tree, but reinterprets it through the use of older components and a significant portion of sherry-cask aged malt whisky. The Spice Tree’s trademark spice character is retained but set within a richer, more elegant frame with a new depth of flavour and complexity.
Limited Edition 2015 Release – 750mL
Brooding, indulgent and older than ever before, this is a whisky born of oak, smoke and fire – with a big heart all of its own.
From Compass Box:
First released in 2006, Flaming Heart was the first whisky to combine the rich, complex spice of Scotch aged in new French oak with the evocative peat-fired smoke of Islay malt. It created a genre-defying style that was smouldering, spicy, complex – and so popular that we’ve re-released it four more times in the years that followed.
An effusive aroma of dried fruits, baking spices and light Sherry wine character. On the palate it’s soft and rich, with a complex sweetness in the form of vanilla and spice, and a finish of fresh green fruits and cream.
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Nose: Holy mother of funk this is a swampy marsh monster of a whisky. Muddy, boggy, earthy, musty, sulfur reek charges out of the glass like a mud covered bat out of hell. However, if you give it a good 10 – 15 minutes most of it blows off and what’s left are notes of iodine, dry vermouth, wood, overripe strawberries, dark fruit syrup, vanilla, cumin and ashy peat.
Taste: Again, if you go right in without letting it breathe you’re going to get a mouthful of that muddy, swampy, sulfury character and it’s not pleasant. If you get a bottle of this or are tasting it somewhere LET IT BRETHE. Once you do, and most of it blows off, there are some nice notes of wood, malt, vermouth, cinnamon, dark fruit, sherry like sweetness and more of that ashy peat.
Finish: A long, funky and malt heavy finish with notes of sherry, caramel, anise with slight vegetal and bog characteristics.
Balance, Body & Feel: Beneath the sulphur bomb is a nice harmony of sweet and spicy notes bouncing off of the even earthier undertones. A nice medium body with a soft texture make for a nice drinking experience.
Region: Campbeltown, Scotland
Distiller: Glen Scotia
Mashbill: 100% malted barley
Age: 21 years
Non-Chill Filtered | Natural Color
Distilled in 2012, the Red Wine Cask Matured has spent its full maturation term in the single cask type rather than being a finish.
The casks, from the Douro Valley in Portugal, were personally selected by Kilchoman Founder Anthony Wills. The Red Wine Cask Matured follows Port, Madeira and Sauternes matured expressions released annually since 2014.
As with all of the Kilchoman range, the Red Wine Cask Matured is peated and non chill filtered with this particular release having a natural coppery red colour as a result of extraction from the oak casks. This expression has been bottled at 50% ABV, slightly stronger than our typical 46% ABV, the higher bottling strength adding structure and intensity to the dram.
As the world began its ten-year saunter towards the new Millennium, Balblair distilled this expression of their excellent single malt in 1990 and set it aside to mature in ex-bourbon casks. 21 years later, they moved the whisky over to Oloroso sherry butts for the last two years of maturation before they bottled the single malt for this delicious release.
The latest release in the Ardbeg Twenty Something series, this superb 22 Year Old pays tribute to the whisky enthusiasts of yesteryear.
This whisky was born during a time when the iconic Ardbeg Distillery name was almost consigned to the history books. During a period of uncertainty for Ardbeg in the 1980s and 1990s, when the stills were near empty and the filling store silent, a handful of young whisky enthusiasts dared to dream. Together, with hope in their hearts, they laid down a handful of casks and kept the Ardbeg spirit alive.
On the nose, luscious tropical fruits fade into sweet smoke, soot and tar. Take a sip and discover fresh green apples with a crumble topping. Notes of peppermint tea and vanilla guide you towards a long smoky finish.
With a bright, golden colour and pleasant aromas of orchard fruit, almond and citrus, this exceptional whisky delights the palate with exquisite and delicate notes of apple pie crust and caramel, and finishes with lingering fruit and subtle hints of spice.
This is a full 12 bottle sleeve of 50 ml "airplane bottles".
Named after the founder of Highland Park, Magnus Eunson, this is an "unapologetically bold, smoky, and undeniably Orcadian" Single Malt whisky
"Smoked paprika, tar and baked peach leap from the glass. The spirit shines through in the mouth, revealing fresh berry flavors then the smoke comes back and finally the nicely astringent finish cleans the palate for the next sip." 93 Points, 2018 Ultimate Spirits Challenge
Macallan whiskey has a rich straw color, an excellent and grand full aroma with a hint of cinnamon and rose that is intense on the palate. When looking for a food to pair with it, there are good cheese, chocolate, fruit, a pub mix, and pork ribs that go well with this whiskey.
If you need a cheese to pair with this whiskey, strong cheeses like Roquefort go well with the smoky or spicy Scotch whiskey. With a sweet whiskey, eat soft cheeses such as Brie. If you want a variety of cheeses, serve a cheese tray with sharp cheddar, swiss, havarti, and gouda on it. For a chocolate treat, whiskey is a great complement to chocolate, especially dark chocolate. The more cacao a chocolate has in it, the better. Dark chocolate kisses or squares make a great dessert to have with this whiskey. If you need a fruit to pair with this whiskey, a tangy or tart fruit such as apples or pears go well with it. Stay away from fruits that have too much citrus, like oranges due to the fact that they mask too much of the whiskey’s taste. Pub mix is a good snack to serve with whiskey.