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1792 Aged 12 Years (48.3% abv)

Twelve years is a long time to wait, but patience has its rewards. Starting with our signature “high rye” recipe, this impeccable bourbon whiskey is the satisfying result of maturing for more than a decade in the finest charred American white oak barrels. Tasting Notes: Rich flavors of vanilla and cocoa abound in this full-bodied bourbon. After spending twelve years in oak, the delicate fruit notes in this whiskey are met with a lingering smoky finish that is more complex than most.

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1792 Bottled In Bond-Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (50% abv)

While this offers no age statement, it revels in the renewed respect for bottled in bond whiskey which assures us it is at least 4 years old, 100 proof, from one distillery, and one distilling season. This new appreciation is for good reason. Toasted oak, chocolate-covered banana, vanilla, and apple meet hints of coffee and cinnamon on the nose. The high-rye recipe delivers the requisite cracked pepper and baking spices on the caramel-laden palate laced with licorice. This widely available bourbon seems to dwell in the age sweet spot, is nicely balanced with oak, and comes at a price that leaves little cause for hesitation. —Jeffery Lindenmuth

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1962 Glen Grant Archives (56 Year Old) Gordon & MacPhail (54.6% abv)

 Glen Grant 1962 Archives– Rich Sherry influences, dark fruits – dried figs and blackcurrant with spicy cloves. Thick treacle notes give way to polished oak and aged leather. The palate has fruitcake, intense spices , Seville orange and charred oak flavours. Morello cherries and liquorice give way to a charred edge and subtle coffee grounds. The finish is long and full bodied with plenty of spice and oak. DISTILLED: 17th September 1962 BOTTLED: 18th September 2018 AGE: 56 Years Old CASK TYPE: 1ST Fill Sherry Butt CASK #: 4405 COLOUR: Darkest Mahogany STRENGTH: 54.6% OUTTURN: 55 Bottles

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1967 Linkwood Archives (50 Year Old) -Gordon & MacPhail (42.4% abv)

 Linkwood 1967 (50 Year Old) Archives – Intense dried fruit aromas with plenty of oak and spices. A subtle hint of roasted hazelnut and underlying soft smoke. Mouth clinging and spicy – cloves, bitter orange and oak tannins offer a robust palate. Mouth drying, dark liquorice and oak persevere on the finish. DISTILLED: 23rd February 1967 BOTTLED: 26th January 2018 AGE: 50 Years Old CASK TYPE: 1ST Fill Sherry Hogshead CASK #: 695 COLOUR: Darkest Mahogany STRENGTH: 42.4% OUTTURN: 29 Bottles

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1969 Dallas Dhu 50 Year Old Private Collection Gordon and MacPhail (43.10% abv)

Dallas Dhu 1969 Gordon and MacPhail Private Collection (Lost Distillery) 

A spectacular vintage bottling from closed Speyside distillery, Dallas Dhu. Distilled on 10th June 1969 and bottled from refill sherry hogshead #1656.

 

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1979 Glenlivet Archives (39 Years Old) Gordon & MacPhail (46.2% abv)

Glenlivet 1979 Archives – Ripe fruit aromas with vanilla and delicate elderflower aromas. The palate has fresh peach and some ripe melon flavours with underlying lime. Medium bodied the finish has a touch of pepper , oak and citrus. DISTILLED: 24th September 1979 BOTTLED: 12th October 2018 AGE: 39 Years Old CASK TYPE: Refill American Hogshead CASK #: 19233 COLOUR: Amber STRENGTH: 46.2% OUTTURN: 37 Bottles

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Aberlour 25 Year Old 1994 – Xtra Old Particular (55.9% abv)

A 1994 Aberlour from Douglas Laing’s Xtra Old Particular range, matured in a refill hogshead for a quarter of a century, before being bottled in August 2019. Sweet aromas of juicy peaches, exotic spice, cookie dough and strawberry jam fill the nose, and the palate offers notes of gruit compote, chocolate ganache and rich barley.

AnCnoc 2000 Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky(46% abv)

The first vintage from the 21st century in the AnCnoc range from Knockdhu distillery, this 2000 vintage has been bottled at 46% without colouring or chill-filtration. AnCnoc Vintage 2000 has matured in Spanish oak ex-sherry butts and American oak ex-bourbon barrels and has been bottled in its most natural form, neither chill-filtered nor coloured.

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anCnoc Stack Highland Single Malt Whisky (46% abv)

Stack joins sister expressions Peatlands, Tushkar, Rutter, Flaughter, Cutter and Rascan in the award winning range carrying the names of traditional peat cutting tools, referencing the heritage within whisky making and bringing it into the modern day. The term ‘stack’ refers to the last step in the gathering process, where the peat blocks are stored together to dry ahead of being burnt.

Ardbeg 1992– 26 Year Old – Kinship Collection (47.2% abv) Hunter Laing & Co.

The family owned Scotch whisky distiller, blender and bottler Hunter Laing & Co. has released a new edition of its Kinship collection to coincide with Feis Ile 2019.

This is the first Kinship Collection since the company inaugurated its first distillery at Ardnahoe, the newest on Islay, and to commemorate this each of the bottles in this year’s collection are from Islay distilleries.

Once again, the collection has been specially selected by Jim McEwan, Master Distiller and his tasting notes can be seen below.

Ardbeg 1992– 26 Year Old 

Cask Type – Refill Hogshead – 47.2%Vol
Beautiful notes of sea breezes, drying freshly cut peat, and sun-bleached seaweed. At this age it’s in its absolute prime. Stunning notes of oak smoked toffee and marzipan introduce themselves onto the senses. Heather moor fires, salt encrusted sails, bracken with a rare dash of pepper and lemon. It’s elegant and succulent without a hint of harshness

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Ardmore 2002 18 Years Old Highland – Adelphi (55.8% abv)

1 of only 226 bottles / Cask# 285 / Refill Bourbon Hogshead

Drawn from a refill bourbon hogshead, displaying a good bead and yellow gold in colour. The pungent, spicy nose is bursting with prunes, forest floor, peanut brittle, kippers, speck and soot. The palate expands on this with leather, pine needles, green peppercorns, brine, Old Spice and the smouldering remnants of last night’s barbecue. A lengthy, green finish brings this one home in style.

William Teacher’s son Adam Teacher established Ardmore Distillery in 1898 at Kennethmont in Scotland’s Highland whisky region. He selected an ideal site to the south of Huntly with a plentiful supply of soft highland water from springs on the hills to the north and peat to hand. With Kennethmont railway station on the Great North of Scotland Railway was right next door. Now equipped with eight stills and continuing to supply a large proportion of its malt whisky to blends, the official Ardmore single malt range, including Ardmore Traditional and Ardmore 12-year Port Wood, remains limited. Ardmore Single Malt has a long commitment to quality. With an unshakable belief in traditional distilling methods and using aromatic smoke from natural, Highland peat fires to dry our malted barley.

 

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