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Angels’ Nectar Blended Malt Whisky Rich Peat Edition (46% abv)

As the name suggests this is heavily peated. Bottled at 46% Vol., our Rich Peat Edition has been created from a selection of Highland malts. This whisky oozes peat like the welcoming smoke from the chimney of an old farmhouse in the Highlands, which is followed by a subtle fruity sweetness akin to toffee apples and dark chocolate. The peat is smoky rather than medicinal.

Big Peat – Islay Blended Malt (46% abv)

Big Peat is a remarkable marriage of Malt Whiskies only from the island of Islay. He is, of course, proudly without colouring or chill-filtration and bottled at high alcohol strength (46%), resulting in a naturally oily spirit that promises an incredible mouth-feel. With Caol Ila spirit bringing sweetness, Bowmore the perfect balance, Ardbeg the medicinal, earthy quality and Port Ellen, a degree of elegance, Big Peat represents all that is Islay in a bottle. Fred Laing tells us that of course, there are a couple of Blender’s Secrets in Big Peat too – but even after a few drams, he won’t share that info – and so it remains our peaty little secret!

Big Peat 27 Years Old – The Black Edition (48.3% abv)

The final part of Douglas Laing’s Big Peat Vintage Trilogy has arrived in the shape of this 27 year old expression, dubbed The Black Edition. As ever, this Big Peat is built from Islay single malts, though all of the whiskies in The Black Edition have matured for at least 27 years. It’s a big finish indeed for the Vintage Trilogy following the impressive Gold and Platinum expressions.

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Bushmills 21 Year Old (40% abv)

An exquisite Irish whiskey, matured in a mixture of Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon casks, before a two year marrying period spent in Madeira casks. Produced in limited numbers, each bottle is numbered.

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Campbeltown 5 Year Old 2014 – North Star Spirits (49.1% abv)

A 5 year old blended malt Scotch whisky, independently bottled by North Star Spirits. While its origin is a mystery, judging from its name – Campbeltown – we’d hazard a guess that it came from? Anyway, it was drawn from a refill bourbon hogshead and given a finishing period in a Pedro Ximénez sherry cask before being bottled with an outturn of 378 bottles.

Compass Box “Affinity” (46% abv)

A blend of XO quality Calvados from Domaine Drouin blended with malt whisky from Scotland. Once again Compass Box has gone off the board and we are all now closing our eyes and imagining what flavors this cross could possibly produce. Baked apple, clove, vanilla are just for starters.

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Compass Box Flaming Heart Whisky (48.9% abv)

In this 2018 edition, we have reintroduced a subtle sherry-cask influence that adds an additional layer of complexity and richness. A medium smoky-peaty base is enriched by a sweet maltiness and notes of baking spices and dried fruit. It’s a whisky to enjoy late into the night, perfect served neat or paired with rich cheeses.

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Compass Box No Name No.2 (48.9% abv)

No Name, No. 2 will transport you straight to the peat bogs and malt kilns of Scotland’s West Coast. Weighty on the palate, hugely complex and concentrated, No Name, No. 2 also introduces a degree of delicacy. Our second whisky in the series offers an elegant mix of dried fruit notes, reminiscent of red cherries, and even a floral quality.

Those who snapped up No Name, and who are familiar with The Peat Monster, will love this latest exploration of the smoky whisky spectrum. No Name, No. 2 proves that peat is far from one-dimensional.

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Compass Box Peat Monster Arcana (46% abv)

From the fantastic Compass Box team comes a limited edition bottling of their Peat Monster blended Malt, which explores the impact French oak can have on peaty whisky. Within the recipe for this expression is a portion of a cask strength version of Peat Monster, which was allowed two years in French oak casks that had previously matured some of Compass Box’s Highland malt blend, which mellowed the smokiness of the whisky and introduced some creamy, chocolatey and spicy notes.

Compass Box The Circle Whisky (46% abv)

The Circle is based around a parcel of fruity and creamy single malt from the Tamdhu Distillery in Speyside. This is supported by malt whisky from the Clynelish Distillery. A touch of peated malt whisky from an Orkney distillery and a small proportion of a French oak-finished blended malt whisky complete the recipe.
We think we’ve achieved exactly what Rosey envisaged. The whisky is bright and warm with a creamy softness. It practically radiates sunlight!

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Compass Box The Story of the Spaniard Whisky (43% abv)

In this, our first release, 48% of the whiskies have been aged in ex-Sherry casks and 25% in ex-Spanish red wine casks. We may change the type of casks from year to year based on availability and experimentation, but Spanish casks – either Sherry wine casks or Sherry-style wine casks – will always play the key role. John Glaser — Founder & Whisky maker

John Walker & Sons Bicentenary Blend 28 Year Old (46% abv)

A limited-edition blended whisky from John Walker, celebrating the journey that John Walker & Sons has taken over the last 200 years. Inspired by the list of flavours on an original inventory list form John Walker’s store, master blender Jim Beveridge has crafted a complex, rich whisky with a medley of tropical flavours imparted by rare stocks from ghost distilleries Pittyvaich, Cambus and Port Ellen. Aromas of exotic fruits, cinnamon, soft smoke, figs, candied ginger, berries and aromatic spices fill the nose and are echoed on the palate.

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