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Independently bottled by Auld Goonsy's Malt, this is a single cask bottling of Bruichladdich single malt, which was distilled in June 2006 and left to mature until June 2021. Following that rest, it was bottled up at 50% ABV, with only 196 bottles produced.

RM988.00

Single malt from Speyside's Dailuaine Distillery, independently bottled by Auld Goonsy's Malt. Distilled back in July 2008, the whisky was matured in a sherry butt for 12 years, before eventually being bottled in June 2021. Only 574 bottles were drawn from this single cask, bottled at cask strength and without chill filtration or any added colour – it's a wonderful example of whisky from Dailuaine.

RM537.00

From the independent Auld Goonsy's Malt range comes this glorious single malt from Bruichladdich, distilled under the Lochindaal name – indicating a medium level of peat. Distilled in December 2010, the whisky was left to rest for a decade in a first-fill bourbon barrel, before bottling in June 2021. A total of 270 bottles were drawn from this single cask.

RM1,188.00

DISTILLERY :
1. ARDMORE,
2. BENRINNES,
3. DAILUAINE,
4. LINKWOOD,
5. MANNOCHMORE,
6. TEANINICH

RM250.00

DISTILLERY :
1. ARDMORE,
2. BENRINNES,
3. DAILUAINE,
4. LINKWOOD,
5. MANNOCHMORE,
6. TEANINICH

RM150.00

This 13 year old single malt was distilled at Teaninich back in June 2008. The whisky was matured in a single cask for 13 years, before the fab gang at Old Goonsy's Malt decided it was time to crack it open and bottle it up in June 2021! A total of 549 bottles were drawn from the cask and the whisky bottled without any added colour or chill-filtration.

RM497.00

Aged 1 – 3 years and is filtered through active charcoal to remove dominant woody notes and colour from aging. Bacardi Carta Blanca neither dominates nor disappears. It’s the world’s most mixable rum with almost any mixer but more importantly was used in the earliest recipes of the Mojito. 

RM169.00

Slightly sweet with a touch of vanilla Perfect for mixing to start the night The first ever Ballantine’s recipe

RM185.00

Balvenie 14 Year Old Peated Triple Cask is a whisky with a bit of a backstory! In the 1950s, Balvenie distilled a batch of heavily peated malt, unlike other Speyside distilleries at the time. In the early 2000s the distillery started experimenting to recreate that same peated malt and since then, they have dedicated one week each year, aptly-named Peat Week, to using only peated barley in its production.

This peated expression was originally released for the Travel Retail market. It was aged for 14 years in three cask types – first-fill bourbon, refill bourbon and sherry cask. The resulting whisky is sweet, smoky and full of spices.

RM556.00

One of three releases in The Balvenie Stories range, this is a peaty 14 year old single malt Scotch whisky, inspired by distillery manager Ian Millar installing a peat burner at Balvenie. For one week each year, the distillery created peated whisky using Speyside peat, resulting in expressions that introduce fragrant smoke notes to the classic Balvenie flavour profile.

 

RM556.00

A fascinating release from Speyside's superb Balvenie Distillery. This expression was initially aged in American oak casks, before being transferred over to casks that previously held Pineau from France. This has introduced a generous helping of honey-glazed fruit and a subtle leafy hint to this 16 year old single malt's flavour profile.

RM888.00

A terrific single malt from The Balvenie. This Speysider was initially aged in traditional oak casks before it was finished in casks which previously held Caribbean rum, imparting some extra sweetness and warmth to the whisky. In fact, to create it, Balvenie malt master David C. Stewart made his very own blend of West Indian rums, filled it into casks, and then eventually replaced the rum in said casks with Balvenie's whisky! The fabulous result is a well-rounded whisky with notes of toffee, fruit and vanilla.

RM499.00

The Balvenie Double Wood is a 12 year old single malt which gains its distinctive character from being matured in two woods. Over its period of maturation, it is transferred from a traditional oak, whisky cask to a first fill European oak sherry cask. The traditional casks soften and add character, whilst the sherry wood brings additional depths of flavour.

RM398.00

Benriach The Original Ten, is a non-peated single malt which is aged in bourbon, sherry, and virgin oak casks. After at least 10 years of aging it is bottled with natural color at 43% ABV. It is one of four new core expressions crafted by master blender Rachel Barrie which launched in October 2020. The Original Ten encapsulates the signature smooth and multi-layered character of Benriach. Three cask matured for at least ten years in bourbon barrels, sherry casks and virgin oak, to create layers of luscious orchard fruit, sumptuous honeyed malt and toasted oak, all interwoven with a subtle trace of smoke. The perfect introduction to our signature style and richly layered Speyside Single Malt.

The BenRiach distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in the Speyside area of Scotland. It is currently owned by Brown-Forman Corporation after being purchased on 1 June 2016 as a subsidiary from the BenRiach Distillery Company Limited, formed by two South African funding partners, Geoff Bell and Wayne Keiswetter, and Scotch whisky expert Billy Walker. In 2008, the company expanded their portfolio with the acquisition of the Glendronach distillery. as well as the Glenglassaugh distillery in March 2013.

The BenRiach Distillery was established by John Duff in 1898, close to the Longmorn Distillery which was also owned by Duff. The distilleries were joined by a private railway, with a private steam locomotive, the Puggy, to transport coal, barley, peat and barrels between the distilleries. Soon after the railway was established in 1900 the distillery stopped production in the wake of the bankruptcy of Pattison’s whisky, a major Scotch Whisky purchaser. Only BenRiachs maltings remained in active use, producing malt for Longmorn. It didn’t produce spirit again until 1965 when it was reopened by Glenlivet Distillers Ltd. In 1978 the distillery changed hands, this time to Seagrams. Seagrams became part of Pernod Ricard in 2001 and the BenRiach distillery began operating for just three months of every year. In 2004 the distillery was acquired by an independent consortium, the BenRiach Distillery Company Limited.

RM335.00

Benriach The Smoky Ten, Benriach broke convention in Speyside by returning to distilling batches of whisky in the old, 19th century style, using malted barley smoked with Highland peat. This wood rich Highland peat imparts distinctly sweet and smoky notes into Benriach peated whiskies. Benriach The Smoky Ten has been crafted from a combination of unpeated and peated spirit and three cask matured for at least ten years in a combination of bourbon barrels, Jamaican rum casks and toasted virgin oak. The whisky is then expertly married together to create sublimely smooth layers of sunripe fruit, aromatic smoke and toasted oak spice, lingering into the perfectly balanced sweet and smoky finish.

The BenRiach distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery in the Speyside area of Scotland. It is currently owned by Brown-Forman Corporation after being purchased on 1 June 2016 as a subsidiary from the BenRiach Distillery Company Limited, formed by two South African funding partners, Geoff Bell and Wayne Keiswetter, and Scotch whisky expert Billy Walker. In 2008, the company expanded their portfolio with the acquisition of the Glendronach distillery. as well as the Glenglassaugh distillery in March 2013.

The BenRiach Distillery was established by John Duff in 1898, close to the Longmorn Distillery which was also owned by Duff. The distilleries were joined by a private railway, with a private steam locomotive, the Puggy, to transport coal, barley, peat and barrels between the distilleries. Soon after the railway was established in 1900 the distillery stopped production in the wake of the bankruptcy of Pattison’s whisky, a major Scotch Whisky purchaser. Only BenRiachs maltings remained in active use, producing malt for Longmorn. It didn’t produce spirit again until 1965 when it was reopened by Glenlivet Distillers Ltd. In 1978 the distillery changed hands, this time to Seagrams. Seagrams became part of Pernod Ricard in 2001 and the BenRiach distillery began operating for just three months of every year. In 2004 the distillery was acquired by an independent consortium, the BenRiach Distillery Company Limited.

RM352.00