A selection of products new to our online shop.

    Benromach 10 Years Old

    The Benromach 10 Years Old is a beautifully balanced whisky that has been entirely handcrafted at Benromach. Every moment of its making was an expression of the art of distillation. What The WSD thinks:  Cinder toffee and woodfire ash.  There's newspaper in there as well.  Very different on the palate with lots of fruit.  Drawing/starting a fire with newspaper while eating tropical fruit.  
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    Macallan 12 Years Old Fine Oak

    The distillery tell us 'The Macallan Fine Oak is triple cask matured in a unique, complex combination of exceptional oak casks; European oak casks seasoned with sherry, American oak casks seasoned with sherry and American oak casks seasoned with bourbon. This triple cask combination delivers an extraordinarily smooth, delicate yet complex single malt, matured at the Macallan distillery for a minimum of 12 years.  

    £50.95Add to Cart

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    Glen Scotia 2008 Vintage Ruby Port Finish

    This limited edition Glen Scotia Single Malt celebrates the pairing of peated whisky matured in bourbon barrels then finished in ruby port casks for six months bringing red fruit character of raspberry and cranberry and sweet blossom honey, with the subtly smoky and maritime character of Glen Scotia with a long finish of soft medicinal peat and dry saltiness.
    £47.95Add to Cart

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    GlenAllachie 12 Years Old Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival Bottling

    We are very proud and honoured to have this Spirit of Speyside Festival Bottling for sale for you in our shop. The Distillery say 'We are delighted to present this wonderful sample of the GlenAllachie that was set aside to mature many years ago. This is a superb example of our special flavour, character and heritage.' Bottled in 50cl bottles, this was distilled on 19th April 2006 from cask #897, which produced 1028 bottles.
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    Kinrara Gin

    Kinrara’s highland distillery is nestled in 12,000 acres of Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore. One of Soctland's newest micro distilleries they make Highland dry gin and liqueurs and will eventually produce single malt and rum. Kinrara distillery prides itself on creating a handcrafted small batch spirit. From the distillation of the gin right down to the bottling, everything is lovingly done by hand, by our passionate highland team. The distillery tell us 'Our gins are developed on ‘Wee Alice’, a fifty litre Hoga copper pot still which is ideal for creating unique spirits. Once we are happy with the recipes, we move up to our 100 litre stills for production. These are as yet unnamed. The distillation process sees us macerating our botanicals for several hours.' A  juniper led dry gin, combining both foraged and locally sourced botanicals. The rosehip’s and rowan berries that we use in the gin have been gathered from the estate grounds throughout the year. With a nose which is fruity and Floral with a hint of Rosehip and slight sweetness, and a slightly Floral, Juniper led dry gin with a long subtle orange finish on the palate. This is from batch 7 and is one of only 240 bottles. The distillery recommend serving in a tumbler with lots of ice and topped with a premium tonic and a sliver of orange peel.  
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    Lagavulin 8 Years Old

    The distillery tell us Alfred Barnard described the Lagavulin 8 Years Old as exceptionally fine when he sampled it in 1886. In homage to Lagavulin's timeless ability to produce exceptional malts, this is a reinterpretation of the 8 year old from Barnard's era.
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    Tamdhu Batch Strength Batch 3

    The Tamdhu Batch Strength honours and upholds the passion to make only the finest single malt. A small number of exceptional sherry oak casks have been hand selected and bottled un-chillfiltered, at natural colour and high strength to represent Tamdhu at it's best.  Each batch is unique and varies slightly in style and strength but always captures the complex richness and intensity of sherry cask matured whisky.
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    Old Curiosity Lavender & Echinacea Secret Garden Gin

    We are told 'The Old Curiosity Distillery was founded in a barn full of curious things, set in the lowlands of our enchanting botanical nursery just outside of Edinburgh. At the Secret Herb Garden we grow, pick, dry, and infuse all of our glorious herbs by hand so we know that they are 100% natural. The Secret Garden Range is a labour of love. Three enchanting combinations of hand-grown; picked and infused botanicals from our secret herb garden bottled up with a little bit of nature’s magic… add tonic and watch your Secret Garden Gin transform

    £34.50Add to Cart

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    Redcastle Gin

    Redcastle Scottish Gin is the first addition to the Redcastle Spirits family. This is batch 4. The distillery says 'our Gin is a unique, secret blend of 13 botanicals including kaffir lime leaf and pink peppercorn, small batch distilled in Angus, to give a lightly spiced gin with a zesty edge. Each bottle is individually filled, sealed, wax dipped, labelled and numbered, by hand, at Redcastle Brewery in Carmyllie.

    The distillery recommend:  Best served with Mediterranian tonic, ice, a twist of orange peel and star anise or Redcastle Gin with Aromatic Tonic, served over ice and garnished with a twist of lemon peel, kaffir lime leaf and star anise

    £34.95Add to Cart

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    Teasmith Gin

    The distillery tell us 'The Teasmith creators were inspired to form a gin that captured the essence of the land and stories that surrounded them. The regions largely unknown rich historical links to the tea-trade influenced the spirit’s careful blend of finely curated botanicals, specifically the use of hand-picked Ceylon tea to give the gin its characteristic taste.' Light on the palate with a distinct, crisp freshness, The Teasmith is one of a kind.

    Some of the other botanicals include: juniper, coriander, grains of paradise, orange peel, liquorice root.

    The distillery recommend:  Best served long with a sprig of mint, copious ice and quality tonic, The Teasmith is the refreshing choice of a new generation of gin connoisseurs.

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    Hills & Harbour Gin

    The distillery tell us this gin has 'been made tasty by the forests and coastlines of Galloway. Galloway is our home and a special corner of Scotland. Surrounded by forests and unspoilt coastlines, it’s the perfect larder for our ingredients. Noble Fir needles & Bladderwrack Seaweed are distilled with 9 other botanicals, creating a smooth and vibrant gin.'

    We use 11 botanicals in our core expression, it leads with juniper and is balanced with hints of forest fir, tropical fruit, citrus spice, tangy sherbet and a subtle scent of the shore. Balanced and versatile it serves well with almost any garnish, which means you can get creative and serve the gin the way you like it.

    The distillery recommend: Pour a 50ml measure of Hills & Harbour Gin over plenty of ice, add some good tonic and a slice of fresh mango to garnish.

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    Granite North Gin

      Taking its name from the rock so closely associated with the North East of Scotland, Granite North Gin is inspired by the rugged peaks and ancient forests of the Scottish Highlands. Developed for the modern adventurer, Granite North is a smooth Scottish gin packed with flavour. A juniper-forward gin, its fresh, citrus taste is smooth enough to drink on its own or with a light tonic to release even more of its zesty flavour and is robust enough to stand up and stand out in cocktails. Its outdoor personality is revealed in the subtle infusion of Grand Fir needles that complement the native taste of its juniper cousin, helping to summon the fresh aromas of the pure mountain air. The distillery recommend: A double measure (50ml) of Granite North Gin, your favourite premium light tonic water, plenty of large, rugged chunks of chipped ice and a generous curl of fresh grapefruit rind.  
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    Kintyre Gin

    Beinn An Tuirc Distillery proudly presents 'Kintyre Gin, a beautifully blended spirit using carefully selected botanicals which reflect our unique coastal, pasture and woodland position on the east coast of the Kintyre peninsula.'

    Kintyre Gin is sustainably produced using our very own renewable energy, powered from the small hydro-electric scheme at Torrisdale Castle Estate. Our water is sourced from the hill from which we take our name. ‘Beinn an Tuirc’ translates from gaelic as ‘The Hill of the Wild Boar’ and is the highest point in Kintyre, located above our distillery building.

    We use 12 botanicals in our core expression, Kintyre Gin, which have all been sustainably sourced. To achieve the characteristics of a very flavoursome and well-balanced spirit, the gin consists of 10 commonly used botanicals (orris root, liquorice, lemon peel, juniper, almonds, cubeb berries, corriander, cassia bark, bitter orange peel, angelica root, with the addition of 2 which are unique, namely Icelandic moss and sheep sorrel - both grow on the estate in abundance. Either through maceration or vapour infusion, these produce a gin which our expert tasting panel described as having earthy and spicy characteristics, being deep in flavour, with a very pleasant floral aroma. A true taste of Kintyre!

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