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A. D. Rattray Tobermory 2008 12 Year Old (57.8% abv)


Distilled: 18.12.2008
Number of Bottles: 102
Cask Type: Bourbon Barrel
57.8% ABV

Nose: Sweet cereals, fresh stone fruit, and a gentle medicinal quality

Palate: Medium body, with playful, mouthcoating creaminess. Excellent balance between the sweeter caramel and cereal notes, and soft pepper, wood spice and sea salt

Finish: Great length, with some more dry cereal and pepper lingering

Arran Barrel Reserve Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky (43% abv)

Exclusively matured in ex-bourbon barrels and distilled at Isle of Arran Distillers’ Lochranza distillery, Arran Barrel Reserve is a fresh, light single malt released in autumn 2019. Aromas of citrus and vanilla mingle with lively apple and delicate sea breeze on the nose, while the palate offers notes of sweet fruits, warm spices, citrus, creamy vanilla and charred oak.

Breath of the Isles 14 Year Old 2007 (Adelphi) (58.3% abv) 

Another single malt from Adelphi’s Breath of the Isles series here – once again, we know it was from a distillery on one of Scotland’s whisky-producing islands, we just don’t know which island or which distillery. What we do know is that this one was distilled in 2007 and matured for 14 years before being bottled in 2021, with 1,020 bottles produced.

Cask Orkney 18 Years AD Rattray (46.0% abv)

The Cask Orkney 18 years old comes from the independent bottler AD Rattray, who fills and markets various single malts under the Cask series. The 18-year-old Cask Orkney also marks the first bottling in the series with an indication of age. Since it is a peated and slightly smoky Orkney bottling. It was stored in ex-Bourbon barrels for 18 years. This creates a fruity, soft single malt with a subtle smoky note and a little salt. The Cask Orkney 18 years is uncolored and unfiltered with 46.0% vol. bottled. The edition is limited and will then disappear from the market.

Highland Park 10 Year Old (40% abv)

Matured predominantly in European and American sherry seasoned oak casks, Highland Park 10 Year Old is a vibrant and smooth single malt, bursting with flavours of crushed citrus fruit and lightly whipped vanilla cream. You’ll detect hints of heather honey in its aromatic peat smoke and just a trace of peppery spice. Delicious with pan-fried scallops wrapped in bacon or with a salted-honey vanilla cream parfait – you can use it to create a classic Old Fashioned too.

We’ve been crafting our award-winning whisky at the Highland Park Distillery in Kirkwall, Orkney, since 1798. Age, experience and respect for tradition may define our whisky, but it’s Orkney that sets it apart. Something magic happens here and the result is the wild harmony of flavours found in our whisky.

Highland Park 13 Year Old 2007 Cask Strength (Duncan Taylor) (54.6% abv)

This single malt was distilled at Highland Park in November 2007 and placed into a single oak cask for maturation. After 13 years, the cask was opened by Duncan Taylor releasing a total outturn of 384 bottles, at 54.6% ABV for its independent Dimensions range.

Highland Park 17 Year Old – The Dark Whisky (52.9% abv)

The Dark is a rich and powerful expression of Highland Park, matured in sherry seasoned European oak casks to deliver a distinctively deep flavour.

This special release of 28,000 bottles shares the story of the noble Viking warriors who are our ancestors, of our contrasting island seasons and of the intense balance of our whisky.

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Highland Park 21 Year Old 1999 – Octave Premium-Duncan Taylor (55.3% abv)

A fantastic addition to Duncan Taylor’s The Octave collection, this single malt was distilled at the Highland Park Distillery in 1999, which feels like a millennium ago to us! Matured for an admirable 21 years before bottling in 2021, there was an outturn of only 67 bottles from this cask.

Highland Park Fire Edition 15 Year Old (45.2% abv)

Completing this two-part series, which also included Highland Park Ice Edition, is the Highland Park Fire Edition! Celebrating Muspelheim, the glowing Norse fire realm of destruction, this 15 year old single malt was matured in refill Port casks before being bottled at 45.2% abv. It’s presented in a cradle shaped like a mountain (or is it a volcano this time?). Master of Malt review.

Highland Park The Light – 17 Year Old (52.9% abv)

The dark and light are concepts that exist in opposition, yet together create a perfect balance, and inspired our limited edition releases of the same name. Presented in a majestic serpent-dragon embossed bottle, The Light 17 Year Old was created to celebrate warm summer days in Orkney. (Yes. They do exist.)

Made to honour a time when we emerge from winter hibernation, ready to embrace the fresh air, clear skies and long days of summer, the whisky is light and bright. Its delicious warm-season-friendly palate is the result of 17 years’ maturation in refill American oak casks, which have a more gentle influence than first-fill European oak casks. The result is a fine balance of caramelised pear, nutmeg, vanilla, cedarwood and lightly smoked peat… Orcadian Summer in a bottle.

Isle of Jura 1998 21 Year Old-The Whisky Agency (49.2% abv)

21 Year Old Single Malt distilled at Isle of Jura in 1998 and bottled in 2019. Aged in Hogshead Cask with an abv of 49.2%.

Isle of Jura 2007 14 Year Old (First Editions) (50.1% abv)

A 2007 Isle of Jura single malt from indie bottler Hunter Laing, matured in a single sherry butt for 14 years before being bottled in 2021 as part of its First Editions series. Aromas of crème brulee, vanilla custard and gingerbread fill the nose, complemented by notes of fudge, vanilla shortbread, buttery pastry and toffee apples throughout the palate.