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1792 Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon

A high rye component adds peppery lift to the predominant and sweeter corn in this bourbon, formerly named Ridgemont Reserve. But this is a rich, creamy spirit at its core. Brown sugar, butter, toffee, apple pie and licorice come through on a velvety texture. It carries the (precisely measured) 46.85-per-cent alcohol well, thanks to its depth of flavour. Score – 94. (Beppi Crosariol, The Globe and Mail, Jan. 17, 2017 )

2001 The Coopers Choice Ardmore Single Malt Whisky (51.5% abv)

Single cask single malt from Ardmore, Following maturation for 15 years, the whisky was bottled for The Cooper’s Choice range by The Vintage Malt Whisky Co. with an outturn of 300 bottles.

Adelphi Ardnamurchan 2017 AD (53.6% abv)

Founded in 2014, the Ardnamurchan distillery is already renowned for bottling sell-out editions of spirit too young to be called whisky. This latest version promises to be just as popular, not least because of its extra innovation: the bottle features a QR code that, using blockchain technology, links to a secure digital certificate and record of the bottle’s unique story.

Ardnamurchan Spirit 2017 AD is a mix of peated and unpeated spirits matured in sherry octaves, then married in ex-Pedro Ximénez casks for an extra four months. The resulting notes are of honey-roasted nuts, sultanas, baked apples, liquorice allsorts, rock salt and nutmeg.

Adelphi Ardnamurchan Spirit 2018 AD (55.3% abv)

The third annual release from Adelphi’s Ardnamurchan distillery. A blend of spirits between 1 and 3 years of age, on their way to becoming single malt Scotch whisky. It has been matured in Oloroso and Pedro Ximinez ex-sherry casks.

Adelphi Breath Of Speyside 11 Year Old (58.4% abv)

A pale amber colour with moderate beading. From a firstfill Sherry cask.

The top note is floral (moorland), on a base of soft vanilla fudge. Sticky!

Water dries out and sweetens the aroma, introducing boiled sweets. Smooth texture, slightly spritzich; sweet taste (more boiled sweets – lemon and pear), with drying in the short finish.

At reduced strength the taste is sticky toffee pudding, then dry and peppery. Liquid toffee in the development.

Adelphi Glenborrodale 8 Year Old Batch 6 Blended Malt Scotch Whisky (46% abv)

Batch 6 of Adelphi’s annual blended malt consists of Highland Park, Bunnahabhain, Tamdhu and Glenrothes. The combination was transferred to sherry butts fourteen years ago and topped up with an eight year old sherry cask release from Glenrothes (hence the younger age statement). Bottled in 2018 non chill filtered and with no added colour. 1500 bottles world wide.

Notes From Adelphi… Nose: smoked meat with warm toast, butter and heather honey. Palate: dark cherries with white peaches and kiwi compote finished with some Nutella. Finish: rich and round. 46% Alc./Vol.

Adelphi Nightcap Edition #7 Whisky Gift Set (58.2% abv)

A beautifully presented case containing four hand-bottled single cask selections from Scotland’s premier independent bottler, Adelphi. This range showcases the well known ‘Breath of’ series. A bottle each of Breath of Speyside 2006, Breath of the Isles 2007, Breath of the Highlands 2005 and Breath of Islay 2010. These four 100ml bottles are included, along with tasting notes. A fantastic gift for the whisky buff, or someone looking to explore the world of cask-strength whiskies.

Adelphi Private Stock Blend (40% abv)

On the nose: Sweet, with Strawberry chewitts, caramel/butterscotch and bubble gum. Also, leafy and floral, like a bunch of daffodils. Sweet, and although a little ‘grainy’ there is plenty of malt character too. Strawberry bubble gum. A great value blend that is a perfect session dram to keep in the cabinet. An everyday dram for the single malt drinker.

Adelphi The E & K (57.8% abv)

The E&K is a combination of Scottish and Indian single malt from Ardmore (peated), Glenrothes (sherried) and Amrut. The Ardmore gives it peaty and sooty aromas whilst the Glenrothes brings sherry aromas and creamy sweetness. The Amrut tops it off with tropical fruit and spices. Since the Amrut is 5 years old that’s the official age statement of this whisky which is bottled at natural cask strength of 57,8% ABV, non chill filtered and with no added colour. A limited release of 825 bottles.

 

Adelphi The Winter Queen First Edition (52.7% abv)

The Adelphi The Winter Queen is the newest bottling of Adelphi and Fusion Whiskey. It is the successor of The Glover, Kincardine and E & K, all combinations of Scotch and Japanese or Indian whiskey. The Winter Queen is a wedding of a bourbon barrel Longmorn, a few liters of Glenrothes sherry cask and two Oloroso sherry hogsheads Millstone (Zuidam). A special marriage between Scottish and Dutch whiskey that produces a true sherry bomb. A limited release of 866 bottles bottled at cask strength of 52.7%, non chill filtered and without the addition of dyes.

 

Adelphi’s Glenborrodale 8 Year Old Batch 5 (46% abv)

Glenborrodale 5 continues Adelphi’s small batch blended malt range with Edrington base stock bought in – all matured in sherry butts from an early age – and then reinvigorated with a little extra, heavily sherried Glenrothes. This particular batch has more Speyside and less Island/Islay than batch 4, so a little more sherry, and less peat. 1050 bottles.

 

Alberta Premium 20 Year Old Limited Edition Canadian Rye Whisky (42% abv)

Amber gold in colour. Complex aromas of buttery caramel, rich vanilla, a hint of spice and wood. The taste is ultra-smooth with the sweetness from the caramel and toffee notes combining with the spiciness of rye and underlying wood befitting a liquid aged for 20 years. The finish is warm and lingering with hints of caramel, toffee and spice.