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anCnoc 35 Years Old 2nd Release (41% abv)

Aged in American oak ex-Bourbon barrels, just 670 bottles of anCnoc 35 Year Old Second Release are available globally.

“The 35-year-old second release is a special expression for anCnoc, having been matured for more than three decades in our traditional dunnage warehouses which still retain their earthen floors and add so much to the quality and character of this special liquid.”

“The second release has lain in ex-Bourbon barrels, offering fans something slightly different to the original expression. Our limited edition is a testament to the 35-year-old’s popularity with whisky lovers worldwide and we’re confident that this unique release will entice drinkers to add it to their collections.”

Big Peat 1992 – The Platinum Edition (51.5% abv)

This rare Big Peat bottling carries only the finest selected gems of malt whiskies from the Isle of Islay, aged to an absolute minimum of 26 years. Its platinum covered livery reflects the appropriate rare metal to commemorate Douglas Laing’s 70th year since it was founded, in 1948.

 

Bruichladdich 1984 “All In 32 Year Old Rare Cask Series” (43.7% abv)

“These whiskies when tasted leave me speechless. They are in their prime, the last of their kind and can never be repeated, never recreated. Nothing quite like them will ever be seen again.”

The 1984 is drawn from just 12 casks of classic Bourbon-aged Bruichladdich, a style Adam considers to be: “the ultimate expression of our spirit. The fruit, the faint salt tang, the signature elegance is all there with layer upon layer of vanilla/butterscotch complexity.”

 

Bruichladdich 1985 “Hidden Glory 32 Year Old Rare Cask Series” (48.7% abv)

“These whiskies when tasted leave me speechless. They are in their prime, the last of their kind and can never be repeated, never recreated. Nothing quite like them will ever be seen again.”

The 1985 comes from the final 22 casks of legacy stock originally filled into gentle third fill bourbon casks that lay untouched until 2012 when it was re-casked into fresh Bourbon before a final coup de grace in French oak from one of the greatest French chateaux.

Bruichladdich 1986 “The Magnificent 7 ” 30 Year Old Rare Cask Series (44.6% abv)

Ultra-rare. This is our elegant, floral Bruichladdich with intense, full-term Sherry maturation. First filled into Oloroso butts in 1986, this spirit lay untouched in our loch-side warehouses until 2012 [already 26years old], when our then master distiller Jim McEwan decided to supercharge this sublime single malt by filling it into our privileged parcel of Pedro Ximinez butts from winemaker Jan Pettersen at Bodega Fernando de Castilla.

Bruichladdich Black Art 4 (49.2% abv)

This fourth incarnation of the now legendary Black Art is as enigmatic as ever, the composition of casks a mystery to all but its creator. Working with the very finest American and French oak to explore that most esoteric relationship between spirit and wood, Black Art 4 is Master Distiller Jim McEwan’s personal voyage into the heart of Bruichladdich. We believe in the soul of the artisan.

Château de Montifaud 150th Anniversary

An celebratory Cognac from Château de Montifaud, honouring their 150th Anniversary! Six different eaux-de-vie were used for this expression, to represent the six generations that has been at the helm of Château de Montifaud – the oldest spirit in this expression dates back to 1850(!), and the youngest was produced in 2005. 1,866 bottles were produced.

Chichibu The Peated 2010 Bottled 2013 (53.5% abv)

The second release of peated whisky from Ichiro Akuto’s Chichibu distillery. Distilled in 2010 from heavily peated, 59.6pmm malt, it’s bottled at a higher strength than the first batch, giving a bolder and more intensely smoky flavour, with spice and sweetness.

Chichibu The Peated 2011 Bottled 2015 (62.5% abv)

Ichiro’s Malt Chichibu ‘The Peated’ 2015 Cask Strength. A 3 year old heavily peated whisky from Japan, this is as interesting as it is unusual. Bottled at 62.5% this whisky has a fantastic nose full of smoke and vanilla, and those elements hold up on the palate too. It’s packs an ingenious range of flavours with smoke and citrus and a great malt backbone. This is a fantastic whisky worthy of any collection.

Delamain Cognac Réserve de la Famille

Réserve de la Famille was until historically reserved strictly for the Delamain family and guests. Its defining feature is that it is not a blend but a single-estate bottling from one barrel aged for 60 years, the maximum period over which a Cognac can improve in cask. This cognac is graceful, yet full bodied and flavorful with a saturation on the palate that reveals the maturity of lush fruit that flourishes within the Grande Champagne region. Recently Reserve de la Famille was one of eight in 2013 inducted into F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal Hall of Fame, which includes only 120 spirits from the entire globe.

GlenDronach “Limited Release” 1990 Pedro Ximenez Cask 7005 (53.4% abv)

This particular single cask bottling of Glendronach was aged for 27 glorious years in a hand-picked Pedro Ximenez sherry puncheon and is one of only 546 bottles released. It’s also the oldest in the set of 6 bottles released in June 2017 known as Batch #15. Rare and collectable, this 27yo is a sherry beast showcasing the fact that Glendronach is one of the crown jewels in producing sherry-cask, single malt scotch whisky.

The Batch #15 collection is part of Master Distiller, Billy Walker’s bi-yearly ritual of specially selecting a handful of individual casks from the Glendronach warehouses to be bottled as a single cask ‘Limited Release’.

GlenDronach 1992 “Limited Release” 25 Year Old Cask #52 (58.5% abv)

A single cask GlenDronach, aged for quarter of a century in a Sherry butt – from May 1992 to May 2017. This was bottled for their 15th batch of single cask releases, with 554 bottles produced.