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Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 86 Proof, Kentucky (750 ml) High West Distillery American Prairie Blended Straight Bourbon, Utah (750 ml) Koval Single Barrel Rye Whiskey, Illinois (750 ml)
WE 93

This tawny Bourbon has a rich, spiced scent reminiscent of fruitcake. On the palate, look for caramel studded with dried cherry, orange peel and clove, finishing quite dry. A great profile for classic cocktails, and not too precious to mix.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Sept, 2014)
Made with a blend of straight Bourbons, this whiskey has a mild vanilla and resin scent. On the palate, flavors run to vanilla, cedar and citrus. Adding water brings out distinct cinnamon and peach notes, before falling into vanilla.
The Koval Rye Whiskey is a softer-style single barrel rye made from the heart cut of the distillate, no heads or tails (the rougher-tasting product of distillation). Aged in new American oak from Minnesota and made from grain sourced from a local organic farmer collective in the Midwest, there are lots of maple, candy corn, and spice notes on this easy-drinking rye.
The Feathery Blended Malt Scotch Whisky, Scotland (750 ml) Macallan 12 Year Old Sherry Oak Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside - Highlands (750 ml) The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside (750 ml)
92 Points Whisky Advocate

The Feathery is a blended malt which has been entirely matured in first class sherry wood which makes it slightly sweeter, fuller and more rounded than standard malts. Aged 8-10 years and blended from 3 single malts: Tamdhu, Glengoyne and Glendronach. The Feathery is the first expression of a range we are developing celebrating original Scottish craftsmanship. The Feathery is the original golf ball painstakingly hand crafted with feathers, tar and bird skin to make a perfectly rounded ball which was more streamlined and effective. The only downside is that it was also very expensive given the number of hours that went into one ball, when playing a game with a feathery the golfers would position two "spotters" who would ensure that the ball was never lost on the course. Additional Information Warm, rich oak, and deliciously sweet sherry flavored sultanas, orange segments, full mouth feel, raisins and soft fruits with a long and satisfying finish with spiced orange and chocolate with a hint of butterscotch.
Full, slightly sweet; toffee, ginger and dried fruits accompanied by sherry and cloves. Rich in both dried fruit and sherry, with a subtle toffee sweetness and pleasant touch of spice flavor with a touch of sherry sweetness and wood.
WE 90-95

First nosing exposes dry scents of walnuts, grass and dark toffee. Entry is malty and vanilla-extract bittersweet; mid-palate is silky, creamy, Sherry sweet, pruny and black raisin-like. Ends on a dark chocolate note that's chewy, medium-sweet and satisfying.
Talisker 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Isle of Skye (750 ml) Longmorn 16 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside (750 ml) Lagavulin 16 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay (750 ml)
Appearance: Brilliant gold.

Nose: Powerful peat-smoke with sea-water saltiness, the liquor of fresh oysters, and a citrus sweetness. Body: Full.

Palate: A rich dried-fruit sweetness with clouds of smoke and strong barley-malt flavors, warming and intense. Peppery at the back of the mouth.

Finish: Huge, long, warming and peppery in the finish with an appetizing sweetness.
WE 90-95

The low-key bouquet offers intense breakfast cereal smells with meek scents of spice and dried flowers. Palate entry is assertive, spirity, malty-sweet and slightly candied; the midpalate tastes include harmonious flavors of honey wheat toast, light fudge, caramel, marshmallow, candied almond, candied orange peel and oaky vanilla. Concludes elegant yet attractively potent.

- Wine Enthusiast
Soy sauce, olive brine, peat, honey, oloroso Sherry, brewer's yeast, bread dough, barley malt and cigar smoke in the bouquet. The flavor that magically includes the innate intense peatiness of Islay malts and the masterly employment of oak barrels phase defines "classy Islay." Concludes sweetly, without sacrificing the tangy, astringent peatiness that is inherent. Gorgeous.
The Macallan Fine Oak 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml) Lagavulin Distillers Edition Double Matured Pedro Ximenez Sherry Cask Wood Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml) Springbank 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Campbeltown (750 ml)
An initial bouquet of unsweetened coconut, honey, and light toffee beautifully complement the dried fruit aroma. The palate entry is chewy and honeyed; at mid-palate the dried fruit, clover, and honey flavors meld delightfully with the oily, creamy texture. Concludes sensuously and regally.
Wow! Phenomenal nose with deep richness with smoke from burning heather yet still space for some strong floral notes. Equally full in the mouth with all the nose had plus raisins, dried apricot and rich, spicy oak. Very energetic for its age yet still beautifully balanced. Warming. Mellow and satisfying. Long, full finish.
WE 96-100

The complex, understated bouquet finds aromas of barley malt, seaweed, heather, oaky vanilla, honey, sherry cask, scrambled egg and minerals. The palate entry is oily, buttery and oaky sweet; by midpalate the flavors include assertive tastes of marzipan, marshmallow, baked pear/peach pastry and bacon fat. Finishes with a luscious fruit/grape thrust. A masterpiece.

- Wine Enthusiast
Kavalan Sherry Oak Single Malt Whisky (750 ml) The BenRiach 'Septendecim' Peated 17 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml) Cadenhead's Small Batch Mortlach 20 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Speyside (750 ml)
Kavalan Sherry Oak dilutes Solist Sherry with Kavalan spring water to 46% strength. It is clean and complex with multi-layers of dried fruit, nuttiness and spices with some marzipan and vanilla touches to it.

By utilizing Taiwans unique natural resources and remarkable technological skills, aiming for the first whisky distillery in Taiwan, Kavalan distillery of King Car Group was founded. Kavalan, the earliest tribe that inhabited Yilan, represents sincerity, honesty, and the spirit of step-by-step cultivation. Kavalan distillery continues the tradition of passionate commitment to creating the premium whisky.
90 Points Whisky Advocate

Rich summer gold with a freshly harvested barley impression. NOSE: A robust mix of fresh peaty aromas, constructed around a central core of apples and toasted nuts which have been dowsed in wild mountain honey. PALATE: Sweet concentrated peat flavors dominate from the start. Bold and intense. The peaty heart is united with honey-infused raisins, roasted nuts and a luxurious leather impression. Full-bodied with fantastic length. A real heavyweight, which will impart a lasting impression on the palate.
Nose: Nougat, salty, ripe plums, demerara sugar, Christmas pudding. Very rich.

Palate: Huge sherry notes, sweet Oloroso, creamy coffee cappuccino, figs and caramelized sugar.

Finish: A long finish with the Oloroso sherry notes continuing on and on.
Prunier X.O. Cognac, France (750 ml) Longrow Springbank Distillery 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Campbeltown (750 ml) Tullibardine 25 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Highlands (750 ml)
Prunier XO Cognac is a very old Grande Champagne Cognac crafted from a blend of old cognacs of different styles and characters, some up to 50 years old. After distillation, it is matured for a minimum of 20 years and offers a bold and robust flavor profile, with notes of citrus and vanilla, candied oranges, honeyed oak, spice, vanilla and caramel on the palate with a long and slightly sweet finish.
Gently peaty, this whisky comes from the Springbank distillery in the Cambpeltown region of Scotland. The malt is dried over peat fires to impart that smokiness usually associated with Islay Scotch. But the final spirit is double distilled, removing much, but not all, of that flavor. The nose is typical of Springbank with notes of brine and the seaside. The palate is gently peated and spicy but there are sweet undertones there also with hints of autumn fruits and citrus.
This is benchmark Tullibardine, full-bodied, smoothand fruity in the mouth. There are a myriad of flavours coming from toffee, spice and dried apricots, through to the more obvious barley and vanilla notes on the finish. This is a Tullibardine to savour and take ones time over.

The history of Tullibardine as a location for brewing and distilling is one of the oldest in Scotland. Located in Blackford, the gateway to the Highlands, it was here in 1488 that the young King James 4th of Scotland stopped by on his way to his coronation, to purchase beer from the local brewery. This is recorded as the first public purchase of beer. In 1503 the brewery received the first Royal Charter issued by James IV, in recognition of the fine beer produced at Tullibardine. Although the easy access from the north and the south makes this the perfect location for distilling and brewing, the most important aspect is the plentiful supply of fresh, spring water from the surrounding Ochil Hills. These hills were formed more than 400 million years ago with layers of basalt and red sandstone, and are well known for the gold that was mined from them. The water that reaches the distillery has taken 15 years to reach the Danny Burn, which is the spring where we take our water from. This is the same water bottled by the renowned mineral water company, Highland Spring. In 1947 William Delme Evans began converting the original brewery buildings that remained into a distillery, and in 1949 the first spirit was distilled at the newly named Tullibardine Distillery. The name in Gaelic means ‘lookout hill’, and was taken from the small medieval chapel built in 1446, which is close to the distillery. In 1953 the distillery was sold to Brodie Hepburn, who were themselves later sold to Invergordon Distillers. For the next few decades production continued using the original two stills and maturing the spirit in sherry casks. In 1973 the capacity was increased with the addition of two more stills. Recently Tullibardine began a new chapter in its history as in November 2011 the distillery was purchased by an independent family company already involved in the Whisky Industry. There is no doubt that the future of Tullibardine is in safe hands. With a wide portfolio of stock ranging back as far as 1952, Tullibardine is a lovely sweet, elegant and complex malt whisky.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label Blended Scotch Whisky (750 ml) The Macallan Rare Cask Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml) Talisker Limited Edition 30 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml)
WE 93

Featured as a blend of Johnnie Walker’s rarest whiskies, this Scotch billows with sweet cigar smoke from the very first sip. Underneath that, look for vanilla, oak and dry cocoa, finishing dry and spicy with cigar wrapper, allspice and clove, plus a mouthwatering saline note.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Dec, 2014)
BTI 94

Bright amber color. Bright, attractive aromas of sautéed almonds, dried fruits, spicy custard, and leather with a supple, crisp, fruity medium-full body and a warming, complex, long raisin compote, chocolate nuts, brown spices, and cedar and minerals finish. A flavorful and stylish, after dinner dram with a lot of attractive Sherry barrel character.

- Beverage Testing Institute (May, 2015)
As part of a rebranding of the entire Talisker range, Diageo has brought its Special Releases 25 and 30 year old cask strength expressions into the full-time fold, reduced in strength to 45.8%. A more mature, reserved Talisker which is also confident, consistent and clearly in its prime. An interesting and complex whisky, with aromas that change constantly and a lively taste; remains a Talisker through and through and is an excellent example.
Bruichladdich Black Art 4th Edition 23 Year Old Unpeated Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay 1990 (750 ml) Laphroaig Cask Strength 25 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay (750 ml) Johnnie Walker Blue Label Blended Scotch Whisky (1.75 Liter)
The marriage of the spirit from truly magical caskshas created a sensational texture, both sleek and suggestive. Lose yourself in the sweet, fruity, mellow oakiness of this bewitching spirit.

NOSE: The aromas rise and mingle beautifully creating an olfactory symphony in your hand. Little notes of rich, plump, crystallised grapes flirt over heavier notes of honey. Go deeper and you will find the tang of lemon and lime - This is the DNA of our Bruichladdich spirit; the terroir of ancient peat lands and Islay’s exposed coastline, living, breathing proof that magic really does exist.

PALATE: Without water the first thought that enters my head is wow! This is strong and my cheeks flush, my eyes water but my heart is in heaven. Its so, so mellow and mature and yes, you can find all of the aromatics on the taste buds and more!!! I get chocolate and coconut, tangerine and papaya and a wonderful infusion of barley sugar with a pinch of cinnamon and aniseed. Completely mesmerizing.

FINISH: Grilled peach and apricot sprinkled with demerera sugar, quite outstanding.
Delicious nuttiness mixed with stone fruit nectar and a very pretty floral character all mingle in the nose. Both soft and strong in the mouth, flavors span a wide range of flowers, nutty caramel and toasted grain.
WE 93

Featured as a blend of Johnnie Walker’s rarest whiskies, this Scotch billows with sweet cigar smoke from the very first sip. Underneath that, look for vanilla, oak and dry cocoa, finishing dry and spicy with cigar wrapper, allspice and clove, plus a mouthwatering saline note.

- Kara Newman, Wine Enthusiast (Dec, 2014)
Old Pulteney 35 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml) Laphroaig 30 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay (750 ml) Johnnie Walker Private Collection Blended Scotch Whisky 2015 (750 ml)
Color: Light amber.

Nose: The initial wave of honey sweetness, exotic spices and citrus is followed by fruit cake and bitter chocolate. Over time gentle undertones open up with hints of fresh vanilla and sticky toffee pudding. A truly indulgent whisky on the nose enriched and fabulously balanced by the long maturation.

Palate: Full bodied and bursting with attitude. This exceptional dram is sweet and spicy and quickly develops a range of signature Old Pulteney flavours from honey, rum soaked raisins and Californian oranges to the heavier notes of seasoned leather, pralines and a touch of the salty North Sea air. A slow long finish with gentle waves of dried fruit and silky tannins.
Laphroaig Distillery was established in 1815 on the rocky south coast of the Isle of Islay off the west coast of Scotland. This malt whiskey distillery continues to malt barley using its traditional malting floors and malt kiln. In 1994 the distillery was awarded the Royal Warrant. The core range is quite extensive and supplemented by limited releases including a 21 year old was issued in 2015 to celebrate 21 years of Friends of Laphroaig. Independent bottlings are also available from Signatory, Cooper's Choice and Hunter Laing.

30 years of aging has taken the aggressive, pungent edge off this fine Islay scotch. While still maintaining pleasant peat smoke and toast flavors, sherry and vanilla enter the mix with a lasting, peppery finish. One to collect, savor and enjoy.

John Walker Private Collection 2015 Edition (46.8% ABV) is packaged in a deep red glass decanter, with an angled cut to reflect the slanted label on the distinctive Johnnie Walker square bottle. It comes in a cream box with the story of the ‘Rare Fruit Character’ of this blend. This 'Rare Fruit' character blend by Walker master blender Jim Beveridge is the second annual release in the series that flows the previous Directors’ Blends which were made for Diageo directors to hand out to key Johnnie Walker clients. These elite ranges are meant to showcase the expertise and craft of the blenders behind all Johnnie Walker’s blended scotch whiskies, the world’s leading scotch whisky brand.

The Private Collection launched with the 2014 Edition, which is described as “an exploration of the John & Walker & Sons signature smoky character from three Scottish regions. The 2015 Edition continues the exploration Walker house style with a small batch blend of 29 bespoke and experimental casks that reveals the fruit distillery character that unfolds in the top notes of its blended scotches”. Beveridge and his team are said to have had access to the greatest breadth and depth of fruit character in Diageo’s vast reserves. Within these stocks are special casks laid down to develop sophisticated, precise expressions of fruit styles from different regions. Beveridge said: “The 2015 Edition is a unique blend of mature expressions of fruit character from the heart of Scotland. The wonderful lightness of fresh and exotic Speyside fruits deepens into the warm, autumnal fruits of Highland malts, finishing with a lift from the spicy, West Highland fruit character.”
The Caledonian Distillery 'The Cally' Limited Release 40 Year Old Single Grain Scotch Whisky, Lowlands (750 ml) Laphroaig 32 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay (750 ml) Brora Limited Edition 38 Year Old Natural Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Highlands (750 ml)
A Single Grain Scotch Whisky from Caledonian, an Edinburgh distillery long since decommissioned. Nicknamed “The Cally” by its workers, it’s the oldest Caledonian ever released by the original distillers, and a true individual – highly complex yet wonderfully open and accessible, with a compelling nose.
Laphroaig 32-Year-Old Islay Single Malt. Image courtesy Beam Suntory. This whisky is the fourth in a series of special bottlings marking Laphroaig’s 200th anniversary in 2015, and is a limited-edition release. It was matured in ex-Oloroso Sherry casks, and the nose is smoky and sweet with notes of barbecue sauce, grilled meat, and hints of figs and brine that don’t overpower the nose, but give hints of a gentle strength.

The taste is luscious and sweet at first, followed by intense peatiness and cinnamon spice with hints of heather, brine, and honey in the background. The finish is very smooth, but still forceful with good spices and peat smoke along with hints of honey, vanilla, and cocoa. It’s the whisky equivalent of an iron fist in a velvet glove.

93 Points Whiskey Advocate

Another Special Releases staple, this is the fifteenth and oldest Brora in the series to date. The nose offers hemp, oiled brown paper, lemon juice, ashy peat, and sweetening malt. The oily palate boasts sweet fruit notes, peaty toffee, and ginger. Long in the softly smoky finish, with black pepper, plain chocolate, char, and licorice.

- Whiskey Advocate (Winter, 2016)

Macallan Fine Oak 25 Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Whisky (750 ml) Port Ellen 16th Release 37 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay (750 ml) The Glenlivet 'The Winchester Collection' 50 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750 ml)
Superlative Speysider from Macallan, this astonishing 25 year old is one of the most revered whiskies in the world. It received a perfect 100 out of 100 score from the Beverage Testing Institute in Chicago, 1999. It also received a Gold at the International Spirits Challenge.

Nose: Very fruity, with notes of orange and pear on the nose. Also has a good dollop of sweet spices which develop into an almost smoky character. The sherry on the nose is refined and well balanced, with hints of honey and caramel.

Palate: Textbook malt delivery which gives way to a mouthful of dried apricots, prunes and figs. Hints of nutmeg and cinnamon weave in and out of an epic whack of honey that only a Speyside distillery of this kind of nobility can produce.

Finish: A long, full finish that carries fig, spices, chewy oak and a touch of light smoke.
A limited edition, natural cask strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky from Port Ellen, a silent distillery on the Isle of Islay. The oldest Port Ellen ever released. Sixteenth of a limited series of annual releases that are very rare, highly sought after and will only be available a little longer. Earlier and far larger releases in this series now change hands among collectors for up to ten times their original SRP.

From refill European Oak butts filled in 1978, the last year of production. Self-assured, well-integrated and hugely complex whisky in which subtlety is all, with an effortless balance of sweet fruit notes, citrus, honey, smoke, fire and oak.
Tasting Notes:

Color: Polished teak

Nose: Sophisticated and understated; dry overall, opening with distant, faint smoke before a wave of familiar sweet and smoky notes. Pleasing sweet aromas of honey-cured smoked meats drift above the fragrant smoke. Fresh, cleansing notes with sweet mint and sharp citrus.
Body: Medium

Taste: Wonderful at natural strength. Sweet, prickly and drying, with a great mix of wood ash, burnt jam tarts, toffee and caramelized orange. Then more all-pervading smoke with a spicy-herbal complex featuring cloves. Water makes things cooler but doesn’t alter the well-balanced flavour profile.

Finish: Long, cooling and complex. Instantly appetizing with toffee apple, burnt toast, lemon zest, ripe red apples. Deeply herbal and heavy with wood smoke.
In 1966, former Master Distiller Robert Arthur laid down a run of particularly outstanding spirit. For five decades, our dedicated Master Distillers have monitored this exclusive whisky as it slowly aged at The Glenlivet distillery. This precious spirit became imbued with increasing depth and complexity, soaking up flavor and a sense of history in equal measure. Now, at the peak of its maturation, Master Distiller Alan Winchester has released just 100 bottles of this rare single malt. Crafted over generations, it’s a tribute to George Smith, who created the original single malt that set the standard in taste and quality. Vintage 1966 is the second edition in The Winchester Collection of 50-year-old single malts.

Released over a number of years, the collection is set to become one of the most sought-after and priceless. Matured in an exceptional ex-sherry cask, Vintage 1966 bursts with soft fruit and sweet treacle flavors, and is tantalizingly rich and dark in color. Upon opening the bottle, the nose exudes sweet, rich aromas of treacle, moist raisins, and homemade apricot jam. On the palate, Vintage 1966 bursts with an abundance of soft fruits, treacle, and juicy orange, with hints of cinnamon and liquorice. The finish is exceptionally luscious and long lasting.

The packaging for The Winchester Collection Vintage 1966 brings together the craftsmanship of Brodie Nairn, Richard Fox, and John Galvin. Every element has been designed and created to stay true to the product and pioneering spirit of The Glenlivet. All of the materials and finishes have been chosen to create a work of art that’s as timeless as the precious liquid inside. Housed in a hand-blown decanter that shines like moving water, encased in a handmade wooden box, and sealed with a precious stopper, each bottle of this remarkable Speyside single malt sets new standards for luxury and taste. Simply put, it’s a masterpiece of whisky-making tradition.