A single cask release from Amrut, exclusively available in Europe. This has been matured in new American oak before a period of finishing in a first fill bourbon cask, giving a combination of big woody spice and more traditional sweet and fruity notes.
Please note this is limited to two bottles per customer.
A special limited edition bottling from The English Whisky Company to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Only 3300 bottles have been produced, matured in Norfolk near to the Queen's estate at Sandringham.
A second single cask release from Indian distiller Paul John. Released in March 2013 this has been a much requested and waited for follow-up to the initial release, showing off the talents of this distiller in their first forays into the world of single malts.
A rye whiskey from Dutch producer Zuidam, obsessed with the number 100. It's 100% rye, 100 months old and is bottled at 100 Proof US (50% ABV). A great example of how it's not only the USA who can do good whiskey.
From French distillery Glann ar Mor comes this bourbon cask-matured edition of their 35ppm Kornog single malt, named Taouarc'h Trived (not sure what that means). All the Glann ar Mor whiskies are bottled without chill-filtration or colouring.
This special bottling was released in 2013 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. Seven casks were blended together to produce this wonderful single malt from the first legal distillery in England for over 100 years.
An unpeated release from Paul John, produced by Goa's John Distilleries and bottled in 2013 at cask strength. The distillery has been going from strength to strength since first hitting our shores in 2012.
A very special limited release bottling released for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011. St. George's distillery manager David Fitt has selected an eclectic range of casks for this bottling, including some stock finished in rum or port casks.
A new concept from Amrut. The spirit for Intermediate Sherry Matured starts life in a mix of ex-bourbon and virgin oak casks. It is then transferred to sherry casks for a period before going back into bourbon casks to complete its maturation. There's been a huge buzz about this, and we've only got a small allocation,
This is Millstone's 10 years old aged in French Oak. However this cask was actually bottled at 13 and a half years old. This is made at Zuidam's distillery in Baarle-Nassau, where they also produce, rum, genever and liqueurs.
Described as both 'fun and serious', St. George's distillery's dragon-themed English malt whisky Chapter 13 was launched at 1pm on Friday 13th September 2013. Bottled at 49% (because 4+9=13), this is an intensely-flavoured sweet and spicy whisky with one of the coolest labels you'll see.
A peated bottling from Goa's John Distilleries under their Paul John brand. Produced using peat imported from Scotland (there isn't any in India). it was bottled in 2013 at cask strength. The brand first arrived in the UK in 2012 and continues to go from strength to strength.
Kadhambam means 'mixture' or 'combination', and this Amrut certainly lives up to its name: a vatting of normal and peated Amrut that started life in ex-Oloroso casks before being transferred first into brandy casks, then into rum casks (both the rum and brandy having been produced at Amrut also). A curious admixture, you might say - but it works. This is a unique and thrilling whisky - but sadly we've only got a handful of bottles.
The limited edition cask strength edition of The English Whisky Company's award winning Chapter 11. Aged for a little over 3 years and then bottled at full proof this is a punchy young whisky which has aged very well.