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The award-winning Nikka Whisky From The Barrel blend is absolutely full of flavour. Bottled at 51.4% ABV. The blend combines both single malt and grain whisky from the Miyagikyo and Yoichi distilleries, which are then married in a huge variety of casks, including bourbon barrels, sherry butts and refill hogsheads. A huge depth of flavour in this stunning Japanese whisky. We can't recommend this enough.


This is the 16 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Tomintoul distillery, matured in selected bourbon casks. It was crafted by fourth generation distiller, Robert Fleming. Rather elegant and flavoursome, this one.


A gentle 10 year old from the Speyside distillery, Tomintoul. This was introduced to their range in 2002, two years after the distillery was bought by Angus Dundee.


This Speyside malt is like sitting in your favourite wood panelled library enjoying the musty smell of old books and enjoying the familiar smell of home cooking.


It's batch number two of The Gauldrons Sherry Edition from Douglas Laing. Made from a blend of Campbeltown malts and finished in sherry casks, the soft smoke of the whisky has been joined by dried fruits and warming spice.


Douglas Laing's Rock Island blended malt gets the sherried treatment and a generous maturation in this limited edition 14 year old expression. The blended Scotch whisky is built around single malts distilled on the isles of Orkney, Jura, Arran, and Islay.


The Macallan has collaborated with renowned pastry chef Jordi Roca (from El Celler de Can Roca, which has three Michelin stars, we'll have you know) on a smashing single malt with a decidedly chocolatey flavour profile. Macallan whisky maker Polly Logan worked with Roca as well as Casa Cacao chocolatier Damien Allsop on this expression, which is made with whiskies aged in sherry-seasoned European oak casks and sherry-seasoned American oak casks. As you might expect, this brilliant single malt pairs wonderfully with chocolate...

Not only that, but the 100% recyclable presentation box also pays homage to the chocolatey characteristics of the whisky, having been made using husks from cacao pods!


In the second limited annual release of the Harmony Collection, The Macallan looks to coffee. This Highland single malt is inspired by intense arabica, with plenty of roasted coffee bean, red fruit, and chocolate notes finding their way into the whisky, having been matured in sherry seasoned oak casks. Even the packaging has a coffee connection and is made from recycled cascara.


Dewar's early innovations was the practice of marrying whiskies, by region of origin, for six months or more before blending them into the final expression and aging it for another six months or so. The process, developed by A J Cameron, Dewar’s first master blender, was described as “double aging,” and was credited by the company with making its whisky particularly smooth and giving it a consistent “it never varies” character.
The company has now announced a new four-stage aging process, termed a “double double.” It was developed by its current master blender, Stephanie Macleod and is designed to further enhance the brand’s legendary smoothness. The four-step process begins with the conventional aging of malt and grain whiskies in separate oak casks. The grain whiskies are then blended together and allowed to marry while they are being aged for a second time in neutral (or exhausted) oak casks. The malt whiskies undergo an identical process.
In the third step, the grain and malt whiskies are mixed together into the final blend and then aged again for a third time in neutral oak casks. They typical aging during the second and third steps is usually for six months, although the final decision is left to the discretion of the master blender. Following the third stage, the blended whisky undergoes a fourth and final finishing in sherry casks for up to a year. The process creates an exceptionally smooth and complex whisky.
Recently Dewar’s announced the release of the first three whiskies in its new Double Double series. The range features a 21 YO, 27 YO and a 32 YO blended whisky, which has been finished in a variety of sherry casks. The whisky is non-chill filtered and no artificial coloring has been used. The series is only available, for now, at travel retail outlets and are packaged in 500 ml bottles.


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