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A well balanced blend of malt and grain whiskies with 40% from the Speyside and Highlands regions, and 60% grain whisky from the Lowlands. The mix is aged for five years in older oak casks and bottled at 43%ABV. Bank Note is a great introduction to the A.D. Rattray line of whiskies, which has been around since 1858. This classic blended Scotch is best enjoyed on rocks, and works very well mixed into cocktails.
The history of Deanston began with a cotton mill along the River Teith and grew into its own thriving, self-contained village with the mill eventually replaced by today's whisky distillery. Their location by the river affords them excellent water quality, and the ability to power their distillery sustainably with turbines. Unlike many whisky producer in Scotland, all of the grains used at Deanston are from local Scottish farmers, and they do not use chill-filtration or any colorings or additives. The Virgin Oak bottling is aged in new oak barrels, which gives it pronounced flavors of honey, vanilla, and sweet nutmeg, and a gentle spice on the palate for an easy-drinking, approachable Scotch. Michelle DeWyngaert
Distiller's Art selects superior casks from across Scotland to highlight each region or distinct distillery. Each bottling is left unadulterated, with no additives, coloring, or chill-filtration. This single cask from Inchgower gives a taste of this whisky on its own, as most of the production at Inchgower is used in blends. Located in Speyside, the Inchgower has a history of being a fairly self-sufficient distillery. The site even housed it's own cooperage, which is pretty unique. This single malt, single grain and unpeated whiskey is bottled at cask strength without any additives. It’s maturation is done in specialty selected individual bourbon and sherry cask for 10 years. Bottled at 58.4% A.B.V it is exceptionally smooth for its proof showing a pale straw color with a fruity nose followed by a cearal , floral, and white tea aroma leading into a dried fruit, touch of oak spice and slight honey comb and ending with a beautiful delectable and long finish. Nelson Dejesus
I urge you to look past this ridiculous label, because it does not at all reflect the beautifully blended Lowlands Scotch whisky inside! As with all whiskies selected and bottled by Douglas Laing & Co, the 'Epicurean' is bottled without additions, coloring, or chill-filtration at 46.2% ABV, presenting the spirits "as the Distiller intended." Pale and delicate in the glass with notes of fresh grass, linen, ripe pear, toasted cereal, heather honey, and just a touch of hot pepper on the finish. A lovely sipping Scotch to be enjoyed neat or on the rocks. Michelle DeWyngaert
Kilchoman is the first new distillery on the famed island of Islay for 124 years. The concept is a "farm distillery" that houses every aspect of the production, from growing the grain to bottling the barrels. The results are fantastic with soft peat and salty citrus flavors. This bottle is a vatting of three, four and five year old whiskies, with meticulous barrel selection giving the scotch a more mature profile than one may think. JR
**Arrives 12/8** In 2004, David traveled to Scotland with his youngest daughter to help her get situated in her first of four years at St. Andrews University. The trip also involved a visit to the Isle of Arran for hiking, haggis and good whisky. Fast forward to a year or two ago, when a customer was chatting with him on the phone and the subject of Scotland came up. David mentioned the memorable visit to Arran, and the gent on the phone got excited and posed a question. He had purchased a barrel from the Isle of Arran Distillery, and had then discovered that there was no way for a civilian to bring a barrel home to the US. David mentioned our friend Nicolas Palazzi and the fine work he does with importing spirits, and suggested a collaboration of sorts.The result is this unique bottling of a stellar 24 year old Single Malt from Isle of Arran, finished in Cognac barrels. Rich, enveloping caramel, with just the slightest whiff of smoke. We are happy to have a small amount of this limited edition Scotch!
The bottlers of That Boutique-y Whisky Co. have been selecting exquisite batches of single malts, single grains, and bourbons for several years now aiming to please the geekiest (in the best way) whisky afficianados, and occasionally to give them a bit of a challenge with mystery bottles like this Islay # 2. Aged for 25 years, bottled at 48.7%ABV in 375mL format, with less than 2,000 bottles released.