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Bardstown Bourbon Company Discovery Series #6 is a blend of straight bourbon whiskies. The blend consists of 68% 11-year-old Kentucky Bourbon, 16% 17-year-old Tennessee Bourbon, and 16% 7-year-old Indiana Bourbon. Bardstown Discovery Series #6 is a cask-strength bourbon bottled at 58% ABV.
Matured in a high proportion of first fill sherry seasoned oak casks and bottled at natural colour. This expression delivers heady notes with a character defined by salted caramel, mango and coriander seeds.
Yamazaki's astonishing 25 year old, aged in the finest Sherry casks for the entire maturation period to produce a fragrant, sherried, fruity, oaky masterpiece. Yummers.
The Yamazaki 25 is an elite bottle for those who demand only the best. Being a winner of the World Whisky Awards in 2012 for ‘Best Single Malt’, the Yamazaki 25 is a coveted and increasingly rare item. If you want to know what Suntory really is capable of when it comes to whisky, then you must try this!
The NV Eureka! Red Blend is made up of 57% Zinfandel, 12% Petite Sirah, 11% Syrah, 9% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Sangiovese and a small portion of other varieties, aged in both French and American oak.
A marriage of 21 casks which have spent 3 months in a traditional marrying TUN. The batch is comprised of whiskies from sherry refill butts, doublewood refill sherry butts and ex bourbon American oak barrels - all aged 21 years and older.
This Single Pot Still Irish whiskey was matured initially in American Oak Bourbon barrels and finished in virgin native Irish Oak Hogshead casks grown on the Knockrath Estate.
Number six in the seven-strong Kylebeg Wood series was aged in fresh hogsheads coopered from a single Irish oak tree. The pot still whiskey filled into those casks is packed with Midleton’s characteristic orchard fruit and spice, enhanced by a set of secondary flavours unique to one tree, from one forest, on a single estate in Ireland.
The Veuve Pasquinet cognacs represent the accomplishments of generations of talented and expert cellar masters. From the distilling to the oak-barrel aging, every step is performed with care and pride to ensure a smooth, elegant result.
Fragrant red apple skin, orange peel, fruit cake, vanilla and redcurrant. Palate: Silky dried fruits, almost perfumed, with dark toasty notes and some warming ginger. Finish: Figs and dark spices. Overall: Comforting and luxurious Sherried Speyside whisky.