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Although Port Dundas Distillery closed its doors in 2010, there are select, rare remaining stocks that allow a glimpse into the glorious past of one of Scotland’s most respected and historic distilleries.
NOSE: Heady virgin oak, bursting with lemon zest and sweet barley sugar, with delicious notes of apple and nutmeg. PALATE: A delightful sweetness, evoking memories of candied fruits and vanilla toffee, balanced with heather honey. FINISH: A satisfying light spice, with a rewarding burst of honeyed malt and sweet oakiness.
Aged in fine Spanish Oloroso wood and American oak to mature this rich, this is an intriguingly fruity and robust oak expression, but there are many more reasons why this expression is special.
From the producer: Spicy and savoury, Ardcore grips the senses with waves of marmite, burnt toast, chicory charcoal and infused coffee grounds making for a mosh pit in the glass. Like a safety pin through the septum, a classic Ardbeg herbal top note is present, while swirling, smoky bonfire and molasses loiter backstage.
A creamy Highland single malt from the Glencadam Distillery, dubbed American Oak Reserve. This expression was matured in bourbon barrels, imparting their gloriously vanilla-rich, softly fruity, enjoyably spicy notes to Glencadam's expertly crafted spirit, resulting in a wonderfully enjoyable dram.
In 2018, the Isle of Jura whisky range got a rather snazzy relaunch, which included this tasty 12 year old single malt. Distilled on the eponymous Inner Hebridean island, this expression was initially matured in American white oak ex-Bourbon barrels, before being moved over to Oloroso sherry casks for a finishing period. A great example of Jura's delicious malts, more than suitable as an after dinner dram.
Named the Best Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky of 2020 by the Ultimate Spirits Challenge and ranked third in the Top 100 spirits of the year. Try The Glenrothes 18 Year Old and you’ll be enormously impressed by this whisky’s exquisite character and balance.
A rich and smoky 10-year-old single malt from Laphroaig that has been finished in oloroso sherry casks, creating a rich, full-bodied character. Aromas of TCP, Manuka honey, clove, smoked bacon, leather and pine tar fill the nose, complemented by notes of treacle, wax, toffee, maple syrup, dark chocolate, pine needles, chestnut honey and rich peat smoke throughout the palate.
Highland Park has expanded its cask strength single malt whisky series with Highland Park Cask Strength Release No.3.
Created using the traditional “straight from the cask” method, this Scotch is 128.2 proof.
Exhaling honey, citrus and spicy cloves. Sherried and full like fruitcake, then dabs of rich dark chocolate and a soothing, mouth-coating finish.
A rich and full nose, with a strong character, there are notes of dried fruit, chocolate and herbs. Sweet and exceptionally well rounded. Toffee and barley sugar with a hint of smoke and peat. Medium to long finish.
Part of Glen Moray's core range comes this tasty 21 Year Old Portwood expression. The single malt spent much of its maturation in bourbon casks, before it was transferred to Port casks for a finishing period. The fruity Speysider was bottled at 46.3% ABV without chill-filtration.