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Ancnoc 35 Year Old (44.3 abv)

A fantastic release from AnCnoc, the oldest bottling in their regular range at 35 years old. A combination of a small number of bourbon and sherry casks to produce a balanced, sweet and fruity dram.

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Benriach 1986 29 Years Old Cask #7569 Batch 13

If you love the combination of Sherry and peat, you’ll definitely want to take a look at this – an Oloroso Sherry butt finished peated 29 year old BenRiach! This was distilled in December 1986 and bottled in August 2016 as part of their 13th batch of single cask releases. 568 bottles were produced.

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BenRiach Cask #10300 1998 Vintage

A Tawny Port Finished 1998 BenRiach.The colour is very dark. Cask No.10300, distilled 11/02/1998 and bottled in August of 2016 at 18 years. 54.2%, only 597 hand numbered bottles.

 

 

 

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Canadian Club 40 Year Old Whiskey

There were just 7,000 bottles made, all released this month across the country as a luxe-whisky tribute to Canada’s 150th anniversary. It’s remarkably crisp and delicate for its age, though with prominent caramel-toffee notes and whiffs of cedar, vanilla and spice that seem to speak of the oak.

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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.

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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.

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Delamain Tres Venerable Cognac De Grande Champagne

This 100% Grande Champagne blend contains cognacs from different distillers and growers from the Cognac region. The original strength of the blend is normally at 50% ABV, but it is brought down to 40% by adding older and thinner 15% Cognac (“vieilles faibles,” very old, weak Grande Champagne) and one of the strengthes of Delamain cognac. Delamain Très Vénérable Grande Champagne Cognac is blended from different old Cognacs. The label design actually comes from a French Revolutionary bank note, the bottle was introduced in 1976. 45-50 Years Old Cognac

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Glenfarclas 40 Year Old ( 46% abv )

A remarkably well-priced addition to the Glenfarclas range, this 40yo has been simply-packaged in line with the rest of the standard bottlings from the distillery, and has been bottled at the perfect drinking strength of 46%. A 40 year old sherried Speyside designed for drinking rather than sitting on a mantlepiece or in a display cabinet – bravo. Awarded a very well-merited Gold Medal at the Malt Maniacs Awards 2010.

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Glenfiddich 40 Year Old

For such a unique, fine Single Malt we ensure that the presentation is also second to none. The elegant bottle is offered in a handsome presentation case of the finest, hand-stitched calf-leather with embossed print work and an intricately designed lock and key.

GREAT FOR: Those seeking an exceptional, silky smooth and luxurious taste with intense dried fruit flavours of christmas cake, dates, raisins and stewed apples.
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Glenfiddich Experimental Series – Winter Storm 21 Year Old

                                                                              Arriving soon

For his latest experiment, Malt Master Brian Kinsman found his inspiration in the freezing vineyards of the renowned Peller Estates winery near Niagara, Canada. When he returned to the Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, his memories of the extreme conditions and the unique production process of the intensely sweet Icewine led him to experiment with several French oak Icewine casks. What he found fascinated him.

 

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Glenglassaugh 39 Year Old 1973 – Aleatico Wine Cask Finish (50.7 abv)

This Glenglassaugh is finished in an Aleatico wine cask. Aleatico is an ancient Italian red grape variety, brought to the Crimea in 1830. Aleatico accumulates sugar well making it ideal for turning into sweet wine.

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Glenglassaugh 41 Year Old 1973 – The Massandra Connection – Sherry Wood Finish (44.5 abv)

Aged for over four decades, this Glenglassaugh single malt is certainly well matured. It sits at 41 years of age, including a finishing period in a Sherry puncheon from the Massandra winery, which has given this Highland whisky a superbly sweet flavour profile.

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