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  • Oban 14 Year Old 1L


    A bustling seaside resort has grown up around the distillery in the two centuries since it was first built in the fishing town of Oban. The West Highland malt is still produced in the same unhurried, traditional fashion and this 14 Year Old is a classic dram from the distillery.

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  • Jura Diurachs’ Own 16 Year Old


    This 16 Year Old from the Isle of Jura was a bronze medal winner at the 2004 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

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  • Scapa Orkney 14 Year Old 1L


    From a tiny distillery in Orkney, Scapa is often overlooked in favour of its more famous neighbour Highland Park. This 14 Year Old was quite a shortlived bottling 2007.

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  • Scapa 16 Year Old


    This 16 Year Old from Orkney’s Scapa was relaunched in 2008.

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  • Isle Of Skye 21 Year Old Ian Macleod


    Full-bodied and packed with honey'd malt, brown sugar, banana chip and elegant peat smoke notes, the 21 Year Old Isle of Skye blended Scotch whisky from Ian Macleod makes a very good impression indeed. If you're a fan of the range, which features an 8 Year Old, 12 Year Old, 18 Year Old, and the classic Smokehead 18, this one ought to be in your drinks cupboard.

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  • Ailsa Bay Single Malt


    It’s heartening to see a Scotch single malt whisky pushing boundaries like this, especially at a time when capacities have been pushed to the limit. It’s a testament to the ideology behind William Grant & Sons that when they commissioned the building of Ailsa Bay in 2007, innovation was at the forefront of their minds. Everything from the variations on distillation, attention to the new spirit and original maturation processes wouldn’t have been possible if not thought through a long time in advance. These elements come together in Ailsa Bay to create a thoroughly modern single malt full of originality.

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  • Smokin’ The Gentleman’s Dram


    A fine, smoky blend from Duncan Taylor, first released in February 2013. It puts one in mind of barbecues, bonfires, fine cigars and other manly pursuits, as well as containing a good lick of the south coast of Islay. Suitable for smoke loving ladies as well, we’re sure.

    The HP sauce of the whisky world (with a pipe).

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  • Arran Devil’s Punchbowl Chapter 3

    The devil”s back, and this time, it’s fiendish. That’s right, it’s time for the thrilling conclusion to The Devil’s Punch Bowl series from Arran. Following in the smouldering steps of Chapter I – The Devil’s Punch Bowl and Chapter II – Angels and Devils, The Fiendish Finale is comprised from a devilishly delicious selection of casks.
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  • Abhainn Dearg Distillery – The Spirit Of Lewis


    The Spirit Of Lewis – Abhainn Dearg Distillery

    This is a limited release where every bottle has been filled, labeled, corked and sealed by hand. Each bottle is signed by Mark Tayburn, who’s dream it was to build a distillery on Lewis and create a Single Malt, the dream goes on.

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  • Compass Box – The Peat Monster


    A peaty offering and a vatted malt created by the renowned John Glaser, of Compass Box.

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  • Ledaig 10 Year Old


    700ML // Strength // 46.3% ABV

    A 10 Year Old from the Tobermory distillery on Mull, a Gold Medal winner at the 2008 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

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  • Highland Park 15 Year Old – Premier Barrel // Douglas Laing


    700ML // Strength // 46% ABV

    First released as a UK exclusive in 2003 and now globally available, Highland Park 15 Year Old is a fabulously smooth, easy to drink single malt with a luxuriously light floral flavour and a gentle smokey finish.

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