Rich sherry flavours with forest fruits and a delicate smoke note. This whisky takes you back to the 1930s when Speyside malts tended to have a touch of peat.
"Started in bourbon casks before being moved to Pedro Ximenez casks this whisky has some great vanila and spicey fruit notes." Founded in 1832, this distillery is on the Kintyre...
"A sweet start with fruity hints as it grows as it moves along the palate with a clean finish." Founded in 1832, this distillery is on the Kintyre Peninsula and...
Fresh green apples, toffee and a hint of nuttiness. This is the taste of distilling slower than anyone else in Scotland, and it is one of the most gentle and...
Complex, sweet and rounded with a spicy oak finish. This is the taste of distilling slower than anyone in Scotland, and of barley we dry by air, never peat. The...
A brilliant older whisky - round, complex, sweet and savoury aromas and then a lovely rich malty flavour... wowzers!
After being closed in 2010, Tamdhu was saved by Ian Macleod Distillers, who own Glengoyne, and have released this fantasic, cereal dominant whisky with sweeter sherry notes.
The name 225 comes from the 225 litre cask from Chateau Suduiraut that the whisky is matured in. Loads of citrus peel and allspice, with a black pepper, candied orange...
A spiced aroma with hints of vanilla and toasted oak. The palate has sweet custard, red apple peel, red berries and a lovely honey finish.