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.
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.
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.
A superb single cask bottling, independently released by Auld Goonsy's Malt. This single malt was distilled at Ardmore in July 2008 and left to rest in a peaty Islay whisky barrel! After 12 years of maturation in June 2021, the cask was cracked open and the whisky was bottled up, with a total outturn of 258 bottles.
22 Hand-Foraged local botanicals delicately augment nine berries, barks, seeds and peels during an achingly slow distillation.
The recipe was created in the garden, using a blend of 13 botanicals including homegrown blackberries, dandelion root and lavender. We took inspiration from these three key ingredient and built our recipe around them.
Tanqueray gin was initially distilled in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray in the Bloomsbury district of London. The retail outlet of Edward & Charles Tanqueray & Co was established on Vine Street, London in 1838. When Charles died in 1868, his son Charles Waugh Tanqueray inherited the distillery, which continued to operate until it was severely damaged during World War II.
Hendrick's Gin is a deliciously super premium gin, made with number of unusual twists to deliver a most curious arrangement. Unlike ordinary gins, Hendrick's Gin is distilled in Scotland, and made with infusions of cucumber and rose petals, alongside a blend of 11 botanicals, producing a wonderfully refreshing gin with a delightfully floral aroma that is passionately loved by a tiny, yet growing, handful of individuals all over the world.
GORDON’S London Dry Gin established in the Southwark area of London in 1769 by Alexander Gordon. Over the years, the site of distillation has moved and is now primarily produced in Scotland. It is, however, distilled in other countries throughout the world and at different strengths. In the U.S., we get a Canadian product at 40% ABV. The recipe is the same, however. It is a neutral grain base with disclosed botanicals of juniper, coriander, angelica root, licorice, orris root, and orange & lemon peel.