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This single malt scotch is starkly peaty on the nose, opening on the palate to reveal impressive layers of flavor shrouded in a cloud of smoke. Roasted nuts, eucalyptus, and honey, come to shine over a refreshingly light body. Pleasantly palatable for peaty.
Rich, complex and incredibly well-balanced, full of dark fruits, sweet vanilla and signature smokiness. Blended exclusively from whiskies matured for at least 12 years, it brings together flavors from the four corners of Scotland to create an experience that is complex, deep and rewarding.
The recipe of this remarkable bourbon dates back to 1796, when Basil Hayden himself was a master distiller. When he came to Kentucky, Hayden began making whiskey from a base of corn, but added a higher percentage of rye than other distillers, resulting in a smooth, mild bourbon that was
Magnificently powerful and intense. Caramels, dried peats, elegant cigar smoke, seeds scraped from vanilla beans, brand new pencils, peppercorn, coriander seeds, and star anise make for a deeply satisfying nosing experience. Silky caramels, bountiful fruits of ripe peach, stewed apple, orange pith, and pervasive smoke with elements of burnt tobacco.
Amber in the glass, this Scotch has a rich butterscotch aroma, with touches of fresh apple and tropical fruit. Look for dried fruit and Sherry upfront on the palate, with additional notes of vanilla and oak that hang on through the exceedingly long and rounded finish.
Bottled in a very unique and classic pot still decanter. The nose is delicate and refined and the palate is quite graceful. An easy drinking whiskey. A nice counterbalance of flavors with the different grains lending an equal amount of creaminess, spiciness and floral elements. On the finish there is
One of the most lush and rich Whiskeys on the market. Nose of walnuts, prunes, and floral notes. Palate mimics the nose with walnuts, prunes, spices, intertwined with lavender and balanced with the perfect amount of acid, that leads you down a path of lingering burnt caramel.
Pale straw/yellow color. Opening inhalations encounter richly biscuity and malty/grainy/breakfast cereal aromas. Entry is balanced, focused, and integrated, slightly astringent and nicely fruity. Midpalate has delicate tastes of marshmallow, brown sugar, oaky vanilla and marzipan.
A very special single unblended whiskey. It’s the only pure pot-still Irish Whiskey. The whiskey is aged for a minimum of 12 years in a combination of old Spanish Oloroso sherry casks and fresh American bourbon whiskey barrels. The flavors are a complex blending of spicy, perfumy, sherry notes, with
The Yellow Spot is a single pot still Irish whiskey which has been matured in three types of cask: American Bourbon cask, Spanish Sherry butts and Spanish Malaga casks for a sweeter flavor. The palate is fruity with a substantial body and a velvety texture. The finish is long and
Handcrafted using Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon, making it a perfect marriage of rich delicious cream and smooth Kentucky bourbon. This liqueur is rich and sweet. The smooth taste of Buffalo Trace Bourbon compliments the creamy vanilla flavor.
Woodford Reserve is known for aging their bourbon in heavily charred oak barrels, which give the whiskey a distinctive, deep, rich flavor and feel. Double Oaked is the same bourbon, given a second maturation, or finish, in barrels that have been toasted twice as long, but charred much more lightly
Cereal grain, roasted peat moss, and preserved citrus explode from this exquisite whisky. The palate has a chewy texture that further intertwines bayside air, saddle leather, and campfire embers, and the finish lasts a remarkably long time with further tones of sea and smoke..